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Whatever the group is doing is then interrupted by Allison (Annie Murphy), the classically attractive wife, who pauses their fun with her desire for a little more stereotypical domesticity. When “KCFH” was initially announced back in 2018, multiple outlets immediately connected it to the then-recently canceled sitcom “Kevin Can Wait,” starring Kevin James. Kevin isn’t just an overgrown man-child: He’s a domestic abuser who spent 10 years first grooming and then isolating Allison. It’s hard to know if “KCFH” will be AMC’s first nonzombie show to hit big since “Breaking Bad” ended. And, as the show goes on, the ironic “sitcom” sequences do get harder to sit through.
Persons: Kevin, , It’s, Eric Petersen, Pete, Brian Howe, Neil, Alex Bonifer, Patty, Mary Hollis Inboden, Allison, Annie Murphy, Allison gets, , Kevin James, James ’, Queens, Murphy, she’d, Allison —, Kevin isn’t, He’s, Sabrina ”, Wanda, he’s, , it’s, doesn’t, Allison isn’t, “ KCFM, Lyz Lenz Organizations: AMC Locations: Paris, Hell,
U.S., Taiwan officials discuss trade, plan meeting 'in coming weeks'-USTR
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +2 min
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai testifies before the Senate Finance Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., May 12, 2021. Susan Walsh/Pool via REUTERS/File PhotoUnited States Trade Representative Katherine Tai discussed trade and investment issues with Taiwan minister John Deng on Thursday and agreed to convene a meeting of the countries' Trade And Investment Framework Agreement Council "in coming weeks", Tai's office said in a statement. "Ambassador Tai emphasized the importance of the U.S.-Taiwan trade and investment relationship and explained the Biden-Harris administration's worker-centered trade priorities," USTR said. Taiwan has long angled for a free trade deal with the United States, but trade and investment talks between the two have been stalled since the Obama administration. The outcome could affect trade talks with Washington.
Persons: Katherine Tai, Susan Walsh, John Deng, Tai, Harris, USTR, Antony Blinken, Biden, Obama, Barack Obama, Donald Trump's, Robert Lighthizer Organizations: Trade, Senate, Capitol, United States Trade, U.S ., Biden, Reuters, American Institute, Cultural, World Trade Organization, New Zealand, Washington, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, Taiwan, U.S, Washington, Beijing, United States, Taipei, China, Singapore, New
Marvel’s “Loki,” Disney+’s third Marvel Cinematic Universe streaming series, is the Marvel machine firing on all cylinders, by turns charmingly droll and whimsically kooky, taking the best parts of previous fare and putting them altogether into a bona fide hit. Loki may never reach his dream of being god-king of the universe, but “Loki” is about to become the god-king of Disney+. Since this is a series about time travel, let’s rewind to Loki’s origins. In creating this new show, the producers of “Loki” have managed to combine all the winning elements of Marvel’s previous series successes. Like the big-screen “Avengers” movies before it, “Loki” is the perfect distillation of everything Marvel has been working toward — just slightly smaller and less godlike.
Persons: Loki, charmingly droll, whimsically kooky, , Kenneth Branagh, “ Thor, ” Branagh, Tom Hiddleston, Joss Whedon, Marvel’s, Thor, Mobius, Wunmi Mosaku, Owen Wilson, Gugu, Terry Gilliam, “ Loki ”, “ Loki, Falcon ”, Loki ”, Jessica Jones ”, “ Luke Cage ”, Marvel Organizations: Marvel, Disney, TVA, ABC, Hulu, Netflix Locations: triplicate, Brazil,
China defends cultural links with Japan amid online nationalist fury
  + stars: | 2021-06-09 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.60   time to read: +2 min
Chinese and Japanese flags flutter in front of the Tiananmen Gate ahead of Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit, in Beijing, China October 25, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas PeterThe Chinese foreign ministry defended the value of cultural exchanges with Japan on Wednesday after Chinese intellectuals came under heavy attack from nationalists online for attending events sponsored by the Japanese government over many years. Some prominent Chinese scholars and writers came under fire last week after nationalistic netizens noticed their names among a list of 144 Chinese intellectuals who had been sponsored by the Japan Foundation to visit Japan from 2008 to 2016. "We must focus on setting the tone right, be open and confident but also modest and humble, and strive to create a credible, lovable and respectable image of China," Xi said, according to Xinhua news agency. Some Chinese diplomats and commentators have taken up hardline positions on social media in recent years, appealing to nationalist passions among their online followers.
Persons: Shinzo Abe's, Thomas Peter The, netizens, Diguaxiong Laoliu, Guyan Muchan, Wang Wenbin, Wang, Xi Jinping, Xi Organizations: Japan's, REUTERS, Japan, Japan Foundation, Communist Party, Thomson Locations: Beijing, China, Japan, Britain, United States, Germany, France, Italy, Canada
US President Joe Biden speaks during a commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre at the Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on June 1, 2021. President Joe Biden on Thursday expanded restrictions on American investments in certain Chinese companies with alleged ties to the country's military and surveillance efforts, adding more firms to a growing blacklist. In an executive order, Biden barred U.S. investors from financial interests in 59 Chinese companies over fears of their links to the Chinese government's geopolitical ambitions, continuing some portions of the tough tact former President Donald Trump took in discussions with Beijing. allows the United States to prohibit – in a targeted and scoped manner – U.S. investments in Chinese companies that undermine the security or democratic values of the United States and our allies," the White House said in a press release. Among the 59 companies barred are Aero Engine Corporation of China, Aerosun Corporation, Fujian Torch Electron Technology and Huawei Technologies.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Donald Trump, China — Organizations: Greenwood Cultural Center, U.S, White, Corporation of China, Aerosun Corporation, Fujian, Technology, Huawei Technologies Locations: Tulsa, Tulsa , Oklahoma, Beijing, United States, China
“Lisey’s Story” may be one of Stephen King’s best novels — but that’s exactly why it may be better for fans to wait for a better adaptation than they’ll find on Apple TV+ starting June 4. Apple, of course, additionally decided to have the master of horror himself write the screenplays for all eight episodes. Apple TV+ tends to produce series of the chapter format but then does weekly releases — including with “Lisey’s Story” — which wind up a disservice to the show and the audience. Apple TV+ tends to produce series of the chapter format but then does weekly releases — including with “Lisey’s Story” — which wind up a disservice to the show and the audience. Of the second wave of streaming services that began arriving in 2019, Apple TV+ is the only one that was not previously in the business of producing its own media, which has done the company both good and ill since.
Persons: , Stephen King’s, they’ll, , Julianne Moore, Scott Landon, Clive Owen, , Scott, Joan Allen, Lisey, Moore, that’s, Owen, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Pablo Larraín, “ Jackie ”, It’s, King, King’s, Larraín’s, Larraín, Scott’s, “ Dickinson, Ted Lasso ”, Mankind Organizations: Apple, Academy
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden will travel to Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tuesday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa race massacre, one of the worst instances of racial violence in the nation’s history. Biden is scheduled to tour the Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa and meet with Black members of the community who survived the 1921 massacre. The event will also be attended by Housing Secretary Marcia Fudge, White House domestic policy adviser Susan Rice and senior adviser Cedric Richmond. “You cannot begin to address the racial wealth gap without addressing the student loan debt crisis. President Biden's budget fails to address the student debt crisis.”An administration official previewing the new actions said Monday that he had no announcements to make about student debt.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Marcia Fudge, Susan Rice, Cedric Richmond, Biden's, , Derrick Johnson, ” Johnson, Organizations: WASHINGTON, Greenwood Cultural Center, Housing, White House, White Locations: Tulsa , Oklahoma, Tulsa, Black
Biden Meets With Tulsa Massacre Survivors, Discusses Racial Wealth Gap
  + stars: | 2021-06-01 | by ( Tarini Parti | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.95   time to read: +1 min
President Biden detailed what he said was the lasting impact of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre on Black Americans and laid out steps his administration will take aimed at narrowing the racial wealth gap, after meeting Tuesday with survivors of the tragedy. He is the first president to travel to Tulsa to commemorate the massacre. Mr. Biden issued a “Day of Remembrance” proclamation on Monday, committing to honor the legacy of the Greenwood community. The president said actions like those of the white mobs in Tulsa contributed to what he described as the ways racism became embedded in the country’s laws and culture. “We can’t just choose to learn what we want to know and not what we should know,” Mr. Biden said.
Persons: Biden, Mr, Organizations: Black, Greenwood Cultural, Greenwood Locations: Tulsa
Biden to Meet Tulsa Massacre Survivors, Discuss Racial Wealth Gap
  + stars: | 2021-06-01 | by ( Tarini Parti | ) www.wsj.com + 0.58   time to read: +1 min
President Biden is expected to detail steps his administration will take aimed at narrowing the racial wealth gap, as he meets Tuesday with survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre in Oklahoma and participates in events marking the centennial of the tragedy. Mr. Biden issued a “Day of Remembrance” proclamation on Monday, committing to honor the legacy of the Greenwood community. The administration is also expected to propose reversing steps taken by the Republican Trump administration to soften or revoke Obama-era regulations cracking down on discrimination in housing. Administration officials said ahead of his visit to Tulsa that Mr. Biden didn’t plan to announce new measures on some issues championed by progressives in his Democratic Party and civil rights groups, such as canceling student debt. “You cannot begin to address the racial wealth gap without addressing the student-loan debt crisis,” NAACP President Derrick Johnson said in a statement.
Persons: Biden, Republican Trump, Obama, Marcia Fudge, Derrick Johnson, Organizations: Greenwood Cultural, Greenwood, White, Republican, Urban, Democratic Party Locations: Tulsa, Oklahoma
Live Updates: Biden Will Visit Tulsa, Site of Racist Massacre
  + stars: | 2021-06-01 | by ( Michael D. Shear | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
Viola Fletcher, a survivor of the massacre in Tulsa, Okla., 100 years ago, during a ceremony for the victims in Tulsa this week. Mr. Biden will be the first president to visit Tulsa to commemorate the massacre. Mr. Biden had vowed to secure passage of the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act by May 25, the first anniversary of Mr. Floyd’s death. “The attack on Black families and Black wealth in Greenwood persisted across generations,” Mr. Biden said on Sunday in a proclamation honoring the anniversary of the Tulsa massacre. Mr. Biden has promised that his Justice Department will be a more active participant in helping to root out bias and bigotry in American police departments.
Persons: Biden, Viola Fletcher, Andrew Caballero, Reynolds, ” Derrick Johnson, Greenwood, Biden’s, George Floyd, Mr, Dick Rowland, Sarah Page, ” Mr Organizations: Agence France, Getty, , , Greenwood Cultural Center, George Floyd Justice, White, Black, Department Locations: Black, Oklahoma, Tulsa, Okla, Greenwood, United States, Minneapolis, Louisville, Ky
Across the street, a line of booths sold T-shirts and other memorabilia commemorating the financial and cultural success of a community once known as Black Wall Street. Hughes Van Ellis, 100, Lessie Benningfield Randle, 106, and Viola Fletcher, 107, the oldest living survivor of the Tulsa Race Massacre, at the Black Wall Street Legacy Festival 2021 in Tulsa, Okla., on Friday. Nehemiah Frank teaches his cousin David McIntye II about the Tulsa massacre in the Greenwood district on Saturday. "The proof is in the pudding," said Guy Troupe, co-owner of the Black Wall Street Liquid Lounge, a coffee shop south of the one remaining block of businesses in historic Greenwood. A woman holds her daughter on the corner of Greenwood and Archer during commemoration events Saturday ahead of the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre.
Persons: Greenwood, trickled, Hughes Van Ellis, Lessie Benningfield Randle, Viola Fletcher, Polly Irungu, Joe Biden, Stacey Abrams, John Legend, Nehemiah Frank, David McIntye II, Brandon Bell, Guy Troupe, Tulsa's, Archer, Lawrence Bryant, Reuters Monica Smith, Smith Organizations: Vernon AME Church, Reuters, Greenwood Cultural, Vernon AME Church . Former Georgia, Greenwood Locations: TULSA, Okla, Vernon, Tulsa's Greenwood, Tulsa, Black, Greenwood
GHI | Universal Images Group | Getty ImagesA century ago this week, the wealthiest U.S. Black community was burned to the ground. In the matter of hours, 35 square blocks of the vibrant Black community were turned into smoldering ashes. A group of people looking at smoke in the distance coming from damaged properties following the Tulsa, Oklahoma, racial massacre, June 1921. The 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Commission was formed to investigate in 1997 and officially released a report in 2001. Dr. Robert Turner of the Historic Vernon Chapel A.M.E. Church holds his weekly Reparations March ahead of the 100 year anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S., May 26, 2021.
Persons: Jim Crow, Greenwood, Scott Ellsworth, Ellsworth, Michelle, I've, Alicia Odewale, wasn't, Odewale, Alvin C, Dick Rowland, Sarah Page, Rowland, Page, Christopher Creese, Tulsans, Harvard University's Alex Albright, , Robert Turner, Polly Irungu Organizations: Greenwood District, American, Getty, U.S, Greenwood District of, of, Tulsa, Oklahoma Historical Society, University of Michigan, National Guard, Greenwood Cultural, Oklahoma Commission, Tulsa Historical Society & Museum, University of Tulsa, National Association for, Advancement of Colored People, Congress, Reuters, Police, Tulsa Tribune, Tribune, Progress Administration, Greenwood, Bloomberg, Harvard, Historic, Church Locations: African, Tulsa , Oklahoma, Greenwood District of Tulsa , Oklahoma, Oklahoma, Tulsa, U.S, Ellsworth, Greenwood, Greenwood District of Tulsa Oklahoma, Georgia, A.M.E
Mexico accuses Zara, Anthropologie & Patowl of cultural appropriation
  + stars: | 2021-05-30 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Mexico has accused international fashion brands Zara, Anthropologie, and Patowl of cultural appropriation, saying they used patterns from indigenous Mexican groups in their designs without any benefit to the communities. The Ministry of Culture says Zara, owned by Inditex, the world's largest clothing retailer, used a pattern distinctive to the indigenous Mixteca community of San Juan Colorado in the southern state of Oaxaca. URBN, Inditex, and Patowl could not be immediately reached for comment. The extent to which fashion designers have profited from incorporating cultural designs without acknowledging their origins or fairly compensating communities has been a point of contention in recent years. In 2019, the Mexican government accused fashion house Carolina Herrera of cultural appropriation of indigenous patterns and textiles from Mexico in its collection.
Persons: Alejandra Frausto, Santa Maria Tlahuitoltepec, San Antonino Castillo Velasco, Patowl, Carolina Herrera Organizations: Mexico's Ministry of Culture, Mexico's, Culture, Inditex, URBN, Ministry of Culture, Thomson Locations: Mexico, Zara, Anthropologie, Mexico's, San Juan Colorado, Oaxaca, Santa Maria, San
Black Land Ownership Primed Greenwood’s Rebound After Massacre
  + stars: | 2021-05-29 | by ( Keiko Morris | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +14 min
In 1940, the homeownership rate among Black residents in Tulsa was 49%, surpassing the rate of 45% among white residents, U.S. Census data show. Thompson was among the Greenwood residents who mortgaged property to rebuild after the massacre. Photo: Tulsa Historical Society & MuseumRestrictive real-estate covenants limited the mobility of Black residents and property owners beyond Greenwood’s boundaries. A century later, entrepreneurs and activists are working to preserve “Black Wall Street’s” memory while pushing to rebuild and recover what was lost. Her father closed the pool hall and liquor store when redevelopment uprooted Greenwood businesses, she said.
Persons: Greenwood, Hannibal, , James O, Goodwin, Larry O’Dell, , O’Dell, Thompson, E.B, James Henri Goodwin, Edward Goodwin Sr, Rob Alcaraz, Thompson’s, Trent Bozeman, Carlie, James H, James, Carlie Goodwin, Edward Goodwin, Clark, Lynn H, Holderness, Lynn’s, Lynn Holderness’s, Richey, Jobie Holderness, Johnson’s, Ray Charles, James Brown, Otis Redding, Lonnie Williams, Richard Thompson, Andranez Williams, Stephens, Lonnie Williams’s, Ms, Williams, , Lester Shaw, Shaw, ” — Shane Shifflett, Keiko Morris Organizations: Tulsa, Wall Street, Rebuilding, Tulsa Historical Society & Museum, Oklahoma Eagle, U.S, Oklahoma Historical Society, Greenwood, Cogswell Lumber Co, Blacks, Tulsa Urban League, University of Tulsa’s Department, Redevelopment, Street, Detroit, Helmerich Research Center, Oklahoma State University, The Wall Street, Cincinnati Street, Oklahoma, Columbia Center, Greenwood Cultural Center, Tulsa Drillers, Tulsa’s, The Wall Street Journal, Lloyd, Banner, Apache, Tulsa Tribune Locations: TULSA, Okla, Greenwood, Tulsa County, Tulsa, U.S, Tulsa’s Greenwood, , Oklahoma, L.S, city’s Greenwood, Water Valley, Miss, Lynn, Jobie Holderness, keiko.morris
Shane Brown for The Wall Street JournalGreenwood was among the few places in Tulsa where Black people could build wealth. Greenwood boundaries in 1921 Greenwood neighborhood Greenwood business district Peoria Ave. Pine St. Hartford Ave. Greenwood Ave. Banner Grocery Market Lynn & Clark Cleaners Kenosha Ave. Haskell St. Greenwood Ave. Home of P.S. A nearby park that the Nails family owned was home to the Nails Dance Pavilion and Recreation Rink. The Tulsa Massacre | 100 Years Later The Wall Street Journal explores the legacy of the Tulsa Race Massacre and its economic reverberations, piecing together a story of both resilience and loss.
Persons: Shane Brown, Shennette Garrett, Scott, Clark, Thompson Vernon, Isaac Evitt's, Jack, Daisy Scott Oklahoma, Archer St, Haskell, Archer, Lynn, Thompson, Daisy Scott 4, Vernon, , Tiffany McGhee, Greenwood’s, Freeman Culver, Ross, Mr, Kavin Ross, Isaac Evitt’s, Martin Luther King Jr, , Ross’s, Cameron St, ” Mr, Don Ross, Rogers, Tulsa Historical Society & Museum John W, Rogers Jr, J.B, Stradford, Stradford’s, Rogers’s, John W, Jr, Ariel, Brenda Nails, Alford, Trent Bozeman, James Nails, Henry Brady, Wyatt Tate Brady, Vasinora, James Sr, Greenwood, Robert Barba, Aisha Al, Amber Burton Organizations: The Wall, Greenwood, didn’t, University of Mississippi, Peoria, Hartford, Market, Thompson Vernon A.M.E Church Detroit Ave, Oklahoma Eagle, Theatre, Daisy Scott Oklahoma Eagle, Kenosha Ave, Detroit Ave, Isaac, Dreamland, Daisy Scott 4 Oklahoma Eagle, Vernon A.M.E, Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, Tulsa, Mr, Commission, Greenwood Cultural Center, Tulsa Historical Society & Museum, Ariel Investments, Oberlin College, Indiana University’s School of Law, University of Chicago Law School, Oklahoma, Recreation Rink, Ku Klux Klan, shoemaking, Langston University, North Greenwood, Wall Street Locations: TULSA, Okla, Greenwood, Tulsa, Tulsa’s Greenwood, Peoria Ave, Pine St, Hartford Ave, Kenosha, Haskell, Greenwood Ave, U.S, California, Oklahoma, Independence, Chicago, Ohio, Honey Grove , Texas, shoemaking, North, Lacy, aisha.al, Amber.Burton
Ms. Williams suffered an estimated $79,164 in losses, according to lawsuits she later filed, equivalent to $1.2 million today. Ms. Williams was one of at least 70 Greenwood property owners who filed insurance claims after the massacre. After many of their claims were denied, Ms. Williams and others sued the insurance companies and later the city of Tulsa, unsuccessfully. After nearly a year and a half of litigation, two insurance companies paid Ms. Williams $566.25 in returned premiums, court records show. Photo: Corbis/Getty ImagesAfter the Greenwood massacre, some property owners took out loans or mortgaged their land to rebuild.
Persons: Loula Williams, Charles Christopher, Shane Brown, Williams, wouldn’t, , , Christopher Messer, , Danya Bacchus, Williams’s, Williams’s Greenwood, Kevin Matthews, Courtney Coles, Tulsans, Matthews, Messer, Emma Gurley, Hope Watson, Chubb, Robert Hartwig, Hartwig, Greenwood, Jan Elaine Christopher, William Danforth Williams, Ms, Christopher, John Wesley Williams, — Leslie Scism, Jared Organizations: Dreamland, The Wall, Greenwood, U.S . Bureau of Labor Statistics, Colorado State University, Pueblo, Tulsa, Williams, Cultural, Getty, Oklahoma Historical Society, Historians, Tulsa Historical Society & Museum, Commission, Colorado State, Blacks, Hartford Financial, Group Inc, Great American Insurance Group, Hartford, CNA Financial Corp, Chubb Ltd, CNA, Chubb, Center for Risk, University of South, National Association of Insurance, National Register of Historic Places, jared.council Locations: Greenwood, Tulsa, Okla, Tulsa’s Greenwood, Black, Oklahoma, an Oklahoma, Dreamland, , Hartford, University of South Carolina
So she’s been rewarded with a Joker-like origin story in Disney’s latest live-action reboot, “Cruella,” in theaters this weekend and on Disney+ Premier Access. The film’s cattiness means it accidentally stumbles into being more delightful than it has any right to be. Unfortunately, the film, at nearly 2 1/2 hours, doesn’t always stay as buoyant as its visual and aural joys. How does one go from bon mots, pranks and a groin kick to leading a London-wide puppy-napping ring and committing mass puppy murder? Estella may not live up to the reputation of Cruella de Vil that preceded her, but if Emma Stone’s take doesn’t entertain you, nothing else will.
Persons: , she’s, Disney’s, Estella ”, let’s, It’s, Estella blessedly, Emma Stone, Jasper Badun, Joel Fry, Baroness von Hellman, Emma Thompson, von Hellman, Thompson, doesn’t, Mary Poppins, Regina George, Glenn Close, de Vil, Hell, “ Cruella ”, Estella, Emma Stone’s Organizations: Disney, Locations: , London, verisimilitude, Disney
Tulsa Race Massacre Sidelined Legacy of Black Wealth in Greenwood
  + stars: | 2021-05-28 | by ( Wsj Staff | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +9 min
Today North Tulsa, where many of the Greenwood residents’ descendants migrated, has a dearth of medical services available. “I survived the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre,” Lessie Evelyn Benningfield Randle, 106 years old, told a congressional subcommittee this month. 75 Greenwood Tulsa International Airport Catoosa 44 244 Sand Springs TULSA (Current borders) Downtown 51 Oakhurst Broken Arrow 44 64 Tulsa 75 OKLAHOMA Greenwood Tulsa International Airport 244 TULSA (Current borders) Downtown Broken Arrow 44 64 Tulsa OKLAHOMA 75 Greenwood Tulsa International Airport 244 TULSA (Current borders) Downtown 44 Broken Arrow 64 Tulsa OKLAHOMA 75Greenwood’s history since 1921 shows other obstacles that have faced Black communities. The effect, Black leaders say, has been to diminish their ability to enact policies like those potentially directing more capital to Black businesses. Greenwood was rebuilt, and the Black homeownership rate in the Tulsa metro area outstripped that of white residents by 1940.
Persons: , ” Lessie Evelyn Benningfield Randle, George Floyd, Lessie Evelyn Benningfield Randle, Tulsans, Greenwood, , Harry Hollines, Trent Bozeman, Tulsa desegregated, Shennette Garrett, Scott, Today’s Greenwood, Brenda Nails, Alford, “ I’m, Kian Kamas, we’re, Dr, Cecelia Nails Palmer Organizations: Greenwood, . House, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Tulsa, Latino Leadership Institute, The Wall, Survey, Consumer Finances, Federal Reserve, Cerulli Associates, International, Sand, OKLAHOMA Greenwood, Tulsa OKLAHOMA, Arrow, National Register of Historic Places, Tulsa Urban Renewal Authority, Cultural, University of Mississippi, Tulsa Urban League, University of Tulsa, The Wall Street Locations: TULSA, Okla, Greenwood, Black, Tulsa, North Tulsa, Black Tulsa, Minneapolis, Boston, Sand Springs TULSA, ,
In mid-May, Italy reopened its borders to tourists from other European countries including Switzerland, where I live. In celebration of the reopening, I set out for the spaghetti bowl of hiking trails in the Parco Naturale Regionale di Portofino set along the Ligurian coast. The Parco Naturale di Portofino, which occupies the mountainous Portofino promontory, is just one segment of the 419-mile Sentiero Liguria trail. At just under 6 square miles, the Portofino park might seem like an espresso cup of land compared with venti-size Big Bend and Yosemite, but it packs a punch. Fifty miles worth of trails wind through Mediterranean macchia leading to an abandoned 9th-century abbey, waterfalls and beach coves.
Persons: Elisabetta Vitelli, Il Bosco, Vitelli Organizations: U.S ., Parco, Cultural Association of Forest, La Spezia Locations: Portofino, Italian, Italy, Switzerland, U.S, Genoa, Cammino, Ascolto, Ventimiglia, La, Tuscany, Yosemite
In mid-May, Italy reopened its borders to tourists from other European countries including Switzerland, where I live. In celebration of the reopening, I set out for the spaghetti bowl of hiking trails in the Parco Naturale Regionale di Portofino set along the Ligurian coast. The Parco Naturale di Portofino, which occupies the mountainous Portofino promontory, is just one segment of the 419-mile Sentiero Liguria trail. At just under 6 square miles, the Portofino park might seem like an espresso cup of land compared with venti-size Big Bend and Yosemite, but it packs a punch. Fifty miles worth of trails wind through Mediterranean macchia leading to an abandoned 9th-century abbey, waterfalls and beach coves.
Persons: Elisabetta Vitelli, Il Bosco, Vitelli Organizations: U.S ., Parco, Cultural Association of Forest, La Spezia Locations: Portofino, Italian, Italy, Switzerland, U.S, Genoa, Cammino, Ascolto, Ventimiglia, La, Tuscany, Yosemite
A construction site is seen near the pre-Hispanic ruins of Teotihuacan in Oztoyahualco, in the State of Mexico, Mexico May 27, 2021. REUTERS/Carlos JassoJust beyond the towering pyramids of what was once the largest city of the Americas, an illegal building project threatens irreparable harm to the remains of temples and some two dozen other ancient structures in the path of the bulldozers. A tall cinder block wall surrounds the illegal construction, located on two plots in an area known as Oztoyahualco that is believed to be one of the ancient city's oldest districts. Rivero Chong said authorities have for years struggled to stop illegal building, often carried out at night or on the weekends. She said the latest illegal construction is in an area just west of the Moon Pyramid, where other nearby excavations have revealed elaborately decorated structures built around plazas in a densely developed part of the ancient metropolis.
Persons: Carlos Jasso, Rogelio Rivero Chong, INAH, Rivero Chong, Linda Manzanilla Organizations: Reuters, Local, United Nations Educational, Cultural Organization, UNESCO, Mexico's National Autonomous University, Thomson Locations: Oztoyahualco, State of Mexico, Mexico, Americas, Mexico City
Sam Dester taught the race massacre to 11th graders in U.S. history and advanced placement U.S. history at Charles Page High School in Sand Springs this year. Damaged properties burn during the Tulsa massacre in June 1921. Teaching the Tulsa race massacre and the Greenwood District remains part of the state's academic standards in state and U.S. history. Nichols resigned from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Commission this month because of the new law. Susan Foust, a recently retired librarian who helped teachers develop the fifth grade curriculum for teaching the race massacre at Emerson Elementary School in Tulsa, agreed.
Persons: Katrina Eaton, Isaac's, Eaton, I've, , we've, Joy Hofmeister, Hofmeister, time's, Sam Dester, Ford, We're, Kevin Stitt, " Stitt, Monroe Nichols, Nichols, Naomi Andrews, Susan Foust Organizations: Carver Middle School, Greenwood, Education Department, Greenwood Cultural, Department, The Education Department, Charles Page High, Cleveland Bailey Elementary School, Oklahoma Historical Society, Getty, Republican, Twitter, State, Emerson Elementary School Locations: Tulsa , Oklahoma, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Sand Springs, Europe, Midwest City, Greenwood
He said outside of the single remaining block of Greenwood businesses, there are only four Black property owners in the downtown area, one of which is the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce. Tulsa’s Black residents have faced displacement and a loss of property and wealth that has stretched across generations. Freeman Culver III, president and CEO of the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, said few Black business owners remain in downtown Tulsa. But if racial equity isn’t considered in the redevelopment, she said, then Black residents will continue to lose out on leases to the wealthy and well-connected. Most of what remains of Greenwood’s 35 blocks is owned by the City of Tulsa and the Tulsa Development Authority.
Persons: Culver, Freeman Culver III, Christopher Creese, , Sean Thomas, ” Thomas, Greenwood, Mabel Little’s, Lockheed Martin, I’m, Jennifer King, Little’s, ” King, Jobie Holderness, Eddie Faye Gates, Holderness, Burlinda, NBC News Radney, isn’t, Frederick Douglass, Damario Solomon, Simmons, They’re, Radney, “ Frederick Douglass, Moreno, A.C . Jackson, “ They’re, ” Moreno, Organizations: Forbes, Tulsa, Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, NBC News, Oklahoma, Clerk’s Office, Lockheed, Greenwood, Greenwood Cultural, City, Tulsa Development Authority, Frederick Douglass Elementary School, Authority, AME Church, Oklahoma State Locations: Tulsa’s, Greenwood, Tulsa, Oklahoma, California, Dallas, Vernon
Around 100 wolves live in the wild in Switzerland and their numbers are rising. The pro-conservation side won and the relaxation of shooting regulations did not happen, but some people from both sides of the divide are now working together to manage the threat from wolves whilst gaining better mutual understanding. But he added:"I think if it continues like this we have to eliminate wolves who cause problems. As soon as the wolf starts to jump over the fence then we farmers no longer have a chance." "Maybe in the summer if I can go to the Alps with the sheep and some dogs, that would be my wish.
Persons: Patrizio, Pasturs, Sibylle, Marcus Berther, Berther, Sommerer Organizations: REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Segnas, Switzerland, Wiegmann City, Winterthur, Zurich, Grisons
From Trump buddy Steve Bannon’s vitamin “defense pack” to Gwyneth Paltrow’s apparently exploding vagina-scented candles, ever more celebrities are using their star power to hawk the evidence-free, the ridiculous or the downright dangerous. Scientific evidence does not support using zinc and vitamin D3 supplements as a cure, or even a treatment, for the coronavirus. Functional medics seem particularly obsessed with vitamin supplements. Despite the fact that, unless you have a proven deficiency, science says adding lab-created vitamin supplements to your diet (instead of getting them in healthy food) is unnecessary at best and harmful — even fatal — at worst. But we don’t need fake wellness sages playing on our frustrations to sell us snake oil.
Persons: Steve, Gwyneth Paltrow’s, , you’ll, Bannon, doesn’t, Mother Jones, Elle Macpherson, thenotorious, Andrew Wakefield, maven, she’s, Macpherson, Pete Evans —, Paltrow, Will Cole, David Gorski, Gorski, Mark Hyman, Bill, Hillary Clinton, Robert F, Kennedy Jr, , Organizations: Trump, Justice, Wellness, Food and Drug Administration, Viral, Pfizer, Wakefield, Goop Inc, NBC Locations: America, WelleCo, California, United States
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