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hansen's and there's a lot of history. people whom carcer older therapist has been and still is a lot of drug abuse and philadelphia and i think if you live in poverty and without hope it's very hard to dig yourself out of that it's very hard to do the things that need to do. is listen don't you gradually apply a little of that gradually i've tried to push for only if i don't like. this is just a simple choice but they're like the old college you think you're going to college . don't really like not really just kind of the. minute to leave. on the system full of the last. twelve thirteen. years you
we hate been a real gun shops people getting murdered trolls all of our life. as soon as we walk out of this building right any. can begin to start taking pictures or video of anything that we're doing we can't stop them from doing with their means everything that we do people will be watching so i mean if you have headphones in your years if you. you're throwing trash on the ground if
you're corsi instead of each other to be around all that you get from. the arcane several schools. school in brooklyn south bronx community charter high school in the bronx that's argued coalition we were in there every day for the last three weeks teaching these kids about racism teaching these kids about police brutality teaching these kids about taking pride in who they are teaching these kids that they have the power all the powers and the people that they have the power to affect your weight change this is what we told no one will be lookin at soon the city would soon have to say police brutality are you. are you. are you. still do. i. i. i i.
neighborhood with fifty two years we have a big right here in sixty three. and we really tore up the city so we're really not. you know never really came back from there the blacks around here always struggle school again war wisely always have problems during the sixty's there was a lot of drinking and wasn't allowed to join with problems the drug problems didn't hit us in tool really in the seventies the seventy's was. a lot. different drugs to this bro bed. really came came about in the seventy's we was really trying to get back from what we did in the sixty's and up the city in the eighty's the money was flowing the kids didn't need it the schools annoyed by it
was getting jobs and all here it was still. trying to survive. it started out with gang war but we stopped game one started having drug wars and drug wars was. developed from. you it was making money off the crack. they would fight fully you know stuff on the corners the main thing is. they start shutting down the schools start giving the kids different activities that they took out the gym school they took out. different activities for the kids to do they all have folk all the baseball games and stuff like that to go to we had a chance to know. the sports they had. best basketball player he was there he was he was looked up to. he was
so we asked surgeons in the spring how many of them knew you know could put their hands on a gun within twenty four hours and almost every student in the school felt that they could get their hands on a gun within twenty four hours my students are not buying guns but they know that their uncle has a gun and they know where it is or they know that. they know somebody in who has a gun and they not where it is so when i say they can put their hands on a gun i'm not saying i want.
good afternoon i want to introduce miles to raise some of you met him this summer he did a workshop on black guns matter this summer and he's here again to talk to us today . oh really. wow this is really cool hope. for. we've got a you got my you got your mind on one thing all the time i'm looking to go in this is art. i mean think about it but guns aren't the answer to everything you
have as a place to hitting a target one hundred yards away. with little rockets and a small dog that's all it. breaks and kill don't want to. join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics that's this i'm showbusiness i'll see that. during the great depression which i'm old enough to remember there was most of my family were poor working class there wasn't it was bed you know much worse subjectively than today but there was an expectation of the things were going to get better. there was a real sense of hopefulness there isn't today today's america where shaped by the
ten principles of concentration of wealth and power. reduced democracy attack solo down engineer elections manufacture consent and other principles according to no on chomsky one set of rules for the rich opposite. that's what happens when you put power into the hands of a narrow sector of will switch will is dedicated to increasing power for chills just as you'd expect one of the most influential intellectuals of our time speaks about the modern civilization of america. i think that this is a b.s. . that lost their lives there the cost something because there is a still a paternity to. say. the same position of serbia
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of. nothing. she was even. more bizarre this room. turned on bar from the sun will want to go you go british course that's enough. i mean the god. of god in. my eyes came came down. here with a great. great big. love the way here book deal with going to west he had told us they used in there a lot of matter he was here to talk to us about guns he ain't going in a mean mr yogi from
a gun store if they'll miss you in blue and you're right so they won't hear me talk about guns and shrill with what was he going for and how to take apart a gun what papias we used to hold in. coal. in cleaned your gun yes showed us day i filled it out. very. healthy but then at the same time i had to tell him that i didn't find. mitt every shooting because. filmed a play from the mud with a great joke he did. he didn't read from the roof to. help the kids talk about guns he will go under the name but to me i have been. basically good for the last five years ago when he broke down guns he had some very good point this are still wide open a black of those of where you got it like these look.
all black guns whether the firearm safety fairy will be fixed and basically go to areas with big events to go on things like just inform people about it you can see on the phone the foil of all this has anybody have a. very experienced explosive on how i would see. the lack of irony. just because. also you so not. have you know periods before i. learned to. be in an accident i just seem a lot of things. shot seven times easy as i see this out now. because. we're going to do anything he says. he's with us the lenses and some of the stuff it's an
important. so really important issue in our community and people are dying and there's a lot of searching going on and a lot of it is. because people are not thinking it's her and the people who are in their communities that are doing that need to come and talk to them. and share with them about their lives and five some about their lives so ongoing and mentor them i mean i think our stories all need mentors and community and i think there are it's a community is full of people who are i mean i think actually the most important icons are the ordinary people who just have figured out how to have a good life and are working to have families have a house. you know because i think the you know one of the problems in and i've had i've been working with this population for twenty five years and i think one of the
problems is that it's only the famous people are not the right people for it to be using as your models because very few people are going to become stars and that's you know i mean if you're lucky when that happens that's great but for the rest of the population figuring out what the balance is to have work that you're satisfied with and the pays your way and that keeps you in the house have friends those a really important skill set they need that need to be modeled. they. don't want to respect them because. they're. going to drive the next generation to take on
i. worked with them on laws old policy that they could push we also work with them organize a march. that. they did everything from media press relations to outreach team reached out to all the elected officials within new york city logistics to help plan a route marshalling may help keep the children safe they created signs there was a lot of beautiful things you just children did but we're teaching a lot of right. thing about the schools they develop your relations i mean occasions these are skills that they could take to college and into corporate america.
these are the careers they want to pursue which is for a while lot of these kids will have something that they'll have a leg up on all the kids in a situation who want to become a lawyer that's. right now be able to write out legislation ok we will go and lobby for. in the state capital in albany down at city hall these kids are a part of history and it's important that we make them part of the site. gives them a way to false to be changed if they want to help them create solutions based on the future of these kids all the future of the city and we are hoping to get to where they need to be. this.
is a who cooking. him are you having a good. cook does but the other two pieces they can give your. kids are going to. be following the type and. get a good base. we were shopping the malls. i asked the teacher that one day i have seen this while we go home with them or the reason those who don't get harmed is they don't feel like doing the work. forty you got forty kids to
a classroom doggery forty kids papers tessa's plus homework they say oh we're going get a relative audience so we just. know we need to education gushy be able to do day for us not say oh we don't. blame the teachers because the tondo home where he got cut out of school to school districts having budget cut is not every day you see a kid go to school and do what i got to do the mission my family get out the hurdle make sure i'm doing i'm going to school for you reason it's not a lot of time in syria a lot of people stay school some of i cannot get out the way some of. my mom or my dad stop saying some i get out they out now we have african teachers in urban teachers that did not speak perfect english but you got to teach lucic lace i can understand what they saying is a highly teaching. but that's just because of the budget cuts.
at the right times to replace just good they. make people education but you can't try to educate people of the person as they. don't know the knowledge they self they don't know how we learned. these. drugs drugs to get it to. pull. everybody have a different. vision you. tuesday do puzzle is. lost on here. and be awful if we. can't rule. because he's allowed to gangster
to do for you because if you said no. you can't act as a police officer without probable cause even if you see somebody who looks suspicious they're doing something suspicious you can't necessarily do a lot about it unless you see that i'm doing something specific so you may see somebody standing out and it's really cold out and they're along and you wonder what they're doing but you really can't search them or anything like that where the . critical things that you might be looking for are people who are out in cold weather or in odd parts of the city you could observe them from a distance if they can't see. these under the saloon
there he's at a bar he's standing outside and people inside may know that if you want anything go outside and see that guy pick it up and take a baguette. but chances are he's not going to be dealing on the street if he is outside of a bar if he has any connection to the bar because that the best way to deal in a bar situation is in the men's room. this guy here that's given a good luck and he's welcome back that's good if you are in uniform if you're not in a cruiser he knows that you saw him so he may decide not to be doing any more business tonight. he is standing there in the dark and why and again. it's a constant like around whether it's five minutes later twenty minutes later you're
coming back around again now it is you have to. if you're in uniform if you're in a cruiser and he knows you're a cop probably less danger if he knows you're a cop if you're if you're in uniform he knows that you saw him he knows that you saw him standing there and you may come back around and he met or better not be holding anything he better not be in the middle of dealing anything like that if you're working undercover you really don't want to be seen you don't want to make eye contact with the guy unless you want to make some sort of a deal with and you certainly don't make him suspicious although you might well make eye contact in terms of giving him that the idea that you want something. this pizza shop here. that could be a lie depending upon how late that's open that pizza shop could be a place where people are going to congregate they're going to go there are late at night place it's open twenty four hours
a day or very very late that's where people want to go after the bars and they want may want to keep the party going a little bit so that would be a good place to sell. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy for them to let it be an arms race off and spearing dramatic development only personally i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful it's very critical time to sit down and talk.
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to be for us to see what before three in the morning can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters of my house. there should. be zero service. to get up off the ground. sir began to pen them down. and then prints on them sounds kind of fighting into a grown man like wrestling essentially the officer who. drew his or her own. individual twisted away from the officer holding the toys out of his crib. the obvious or did they kind of lunge for the weapon once missed and then what happened on tree swung at the officers hands didn't hit him i never saw any contact between the two any kind went back to where they were so the officers back here there try again fifteen feet apart at this point and that's when the officer pulled out his
gun and aimed it on three. regulations well long with the invisible hand because when you every put respond to gather they will try to fix prices so the u.s. . will end up with market fundamentals we only believe in price and price manipulation even more so the profits because profits are the result of the founding of the economy as a result of the four becoming farms that you can pay to have any result you want. to. go with the.
one thousand yellow vests protesters take to the streets and wrongs despite a government warning that soldiers could open fire if riots i didn't endanger lives all possible that is in tahrir square as the french government closed several iconic landmarks for protests but it's since at this saturday the demonstrators found an other well known location. u.s. backed kurdish forces in syria declare victory of islamic states off to camp during its last foothold we call to donald trump attacking the terror group had been defeated. around one million people descend on central london for nineteen breaks that macho image growing on go over the way the u.k. government has termed the pros.