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An Interview w/ Avant-Garde Trombonist David Whitwell Listen to this 2015 interview, examining avant-garde trombonist David Whitwell's take on Classical Music during the early days of his career.
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An Interview w/ Avant-Garde Trombonist David Whitwell Listen to this 2015 interview, examining avant-garde trombonist David Whitwell's take on Classical Music during the early days of his career.
Defund the Police: The Case for Cutting NYPD's $5.9 Billion Budget June 1, 2020Honestly, I think we know by now that it’ll take a combination of things to move forward from this. I’ve been trying to figure out a proper response to George Floyd’s murder - and the subsequent violence against more Black people - while even more Black people die from COVID-19 - and emotionally, I’m spent. The most I can put my mind to right now is spotlighting community-based solutions that I learn about through my work. One of these, is something that directly relates to every New Yorker RIGHT NOW. In a couple of weeks, NYC’s city council is going to finalize $827 million in cuts from the Department of education - and only $50 million from NYPD. They’re trying to make up for an estimated $10 billion tax revenue shortfall from the lockdown.Here's the thing:NYPD's Budget is actually $5.9 BILLIONYou could literally take just $1 Billion of that $5.9 Billion, and make a 9-week summer program that could literally pay ALL 1.1 million public school kids in New York $100/week to just stay out of trouble. I personally would argue that it would probably do just as good a job at preventing crime & keeping are youth safe during quarantine, but with a fraction of the harm done. Here’s how you can make a difference now. If you’d like to see more cuts to NYPD’s budget rather than education and other social services during the quarantine - let the people you elected to make that decision know.Contact your City Council Member, or:Finance Committee Chair Daniel Dromm Email: DROMM@COUNCIL.NYC.GOVOffice: 212-788-7066Twitter: @DROMM25Public Safety Committee Chair Donovan Richards Email: DRICHARDS@COUNCIL.NYC.GOVOffice: 212-788-7216Twitter: @DRICHARDS13---------------#blacklivesmatter #georgefloyd #defundthepolice #abolishthepolice #racialjustice #FTP #Activism #ATP #documentaries #adultswim #shortdocumentaries #newyorkcityFor anyone interested in learning more about our rates or services please visit: https://www.thenoticeblog.com/product...- Paul Notice Like. Share. Love.www.thenoticeblog.comPaul@thenoticeblog.com
The Immaculate Re-Conception of Kraig Lewis | ft. Kraig Lewis and Dr. Fareed Nassor Hayat Featuring: Kraig Lewis, Fareed Nassor Hayat Voiceover Script: Ean Kessler & Paul Notice Editor: Paul Notice Producers: Josmar Trujillo, Alex Vitale, Paul Notice DP: Paul Notice Produced by: The Notice Blog The Policing and Social Justice Project Special thanks to Bk Defenders The Policing and Social Justice Project
"Are the Kids Alright?" ft. Marnie Lenox, Afrika Owes, and Anthony Placeres In this fourth installment of the #GangDatabase series, we talk to Marnie Lenox & Afrika Owes about the Constitutional and ethical issues surrounding NYPD's use of a gang database. Directed & Edited byPaul NoticeFeaturing: Marnie Lenox Afrika OwesAnthony PlaceresLyndon Chris PlaceresProduced byTNB StudiosJosmar TrujilloThe Policing & Social Justice Project
“The Replacements” An ode to ATI’s & Violence Interrupters | ft. Victor Dempsey, Anthony Posada and more ATI's & Violence Interrupters are proving to be a healthier more sustainable alternative to predatory policing. Let's take a deep dive into what that looks like in East New York.
What happens, if you “legalize” gangs? ft. Antonio “King Tone” Fernandez & David Brotherton Join me, as we journey back to a 2017 Conference at John Jay College, where radical academic David Brotherton and former head of the Latin Kings, Antonio Fernandez aka “King Tone” discuss how they were able to mobilize gang members for social and political good, and what happens when one country “legalizes gangs.”
The Truth About Crews| Gang Database | Pt 2 (Archives) We join the Legal Aid Society, as they work with anti-violence groups in Brooklyn to solve the issue of not only gang violence, but NYPD's newest method to work around the ban on Stop & Frisk: Gang Databases part 2.
"The Truth About Crews" | Ft. Vidal Guzman & Chris Williams (Archives) Recently, New York City has seen a growing number of stories related to gang-related crimes. It's sparking several projects aimed at ridding NYC of gangs for good. But… Who are the people the NYPD call gangsters? In this podcast episode, we ask just that. We take a look, with JustLeadership USA.
"We'll be back to get you in a couple of years..." Ft. Taylonn Murphy Sr., Ms Smith & Josmar Trujillo I remember visibly shaking when I first heard Taylonn Murphy tell this story. The cruelty and lack of empathy involved in how the officer regarded the boy is exactly the sort of trauma over-policing invites into our neighborhoods. Take a look at the #sneakpeek at one of the latest projects I'm working on with Josmar Trujillo & Alex Vitale about NYPD's #gangdatabase
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