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'I'm An American' Radio Show Promoted Inclusion Before World War II ›
In 1940, on the eve of the United States' entrance into World War II, then-President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Immigration and Naturalization Service wanted to promote tolerance toward immigrants. At that time, radio was the most important medium in the U.S. More than 80 percent of American households had a radio, and people listened for three or four hours every day. So, to reach the American people, the agency made a radio show. Aptly named I'm An American , the program featured "distinguished naturalized citizens" who were brought on to talk about their citizenship and remind the country of the "possession which we ourselves take for granted but which is still new and thrilling" to those who recently acquired it. I'm An American wasn't full-on wartime propaganda, but historian Gerd Horten says it did have a distinct political goal. "Most Americans, because of the Great Depression and their experience in World War I, were very reluctant to receive immigrants," says Horten, a professor
Mon, 16 Oct 2017 22:23:00 +0000
In The Wake Of Harvey Weinstein Scandal, Women Say #MeToo ›
The news of Harvey Weinstein's expulsion from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences over the weekend is prompting victims to share their own experiences of sexual harassment and assault. The academy ousted the powerful Hollywood producer over multiple abuse allegations, prompting social media users around the world to proclaim a simple idea: that sexual abuse is a common experience in women's lives. The tweets and other social media posts — mostly from women, but also other survivors — describe a culture of silence around sexual assault. Others condense traumatic moments into 140 characters. Miranda Yaver of New Haven, Conn., said she began talking more about her assault in the wake of the Access Hollywood video released just before Donald Trump was elected President last year, in which he can be heard bragging about touching women's genitals without consent. "I think that when you see more and more powerful people in Hollywood and business, etc, coming out and saying that
Mon, 16 Oct 2017 22:07:00 +0000
Florida Man Awarded $37,500 After Cops Mistake Glazed Doughnut Crumbs For Meth ›
It sounds like a joke, but, well — keep reading. In December 2015, 64-year-old Daniel Rushing had just dropped off a friend at chemotherapy and was driving home an older woman from his church who worked at the 7-Eleven and would otherwise walk the 2 miles home. As Rushing drove away from the convenience store, police pulled him over. The officer said he had been driving 42 miles an hour in a 30 zone and had failed to come to a complete stop before entering the roadway. When Rushing handed over his driver's license, Officer Shelby Riggs-Hopkins noticed his concealed-weapons permit. Rushing confirmed he had a pistol, and she asked him to step out of the car for her safety. The officer then asked if police could search his car, and Rushing said sure — if it meant he wouldn't be ticketed. Rushing watched as the officers, who now numbered four, conducted a very thorough inspection of his car. Finally, Riggs-Hopkins said to him, "You want to tell me about what we found?" "There's nothing to
Mon, 16 Oct 2017 21:58:00 +0000
Harvey Weinstein Case Highlights Pitfalls Of Workplace Harassment Claims ›
Former Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein's ouster from the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences following numerous allegations of sexual misconduct have prompted others on social media to open up about workplace harassment complaints that have gone unheeded. Most employers in most industries have written policies on and procedures for reporting incidents of sexual harassment, and human resources officials are required to investigate those claims. And while recent decades have seen a cultural shift and more education to help minimize sexual harassment, HR consultant Sharon Sellers says there is still a big gap between what should happen, and what actually does. One concern is that many people don't feel safe reporting claims. "The employer should take every complaint seriously, and this is one area I see where it falls down," Sellers says. And there are plenty of other pitfalls and challenges. Sellers says a typical investigation should start immediately — the next day after a
Mon, 16 Oct 2017 21:06:00 +0000
Hurricane Maria Could Offer A Chance To Build A New Tech Infrastructure In Puerto Rico ›
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: In Puerto Rico, nearly a month after Hurricane Maria hit, much of the island is still without power or cell phone service or Wi-Fi. That represents a crisis for people living in Puerto Rico, but also maybe an opportunity. That's our topic for this week's All Tech Considered. (SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC) KELLY: Big tech companies are contemplating the chance to build a new tech infrastructure from scratch in Puerto Rico. Ina Fried has been talking to folks at some of those big tech companies. She's chief technology correspondent for Axios. Hi there. Welcome. INA FRIED: Good to be here. KELLY: Which companies are we talking about? Which tech firms are working in Puerto Rico right now? FRIED: It's a lot of the big-name companies you'd expect and a few that you might not. Facebook, Cisco, Google are all there both trying to assist in the rebuilding as well as in the emergency response efforts so far. KELLY: And I heard that some of
Mon, 16 Oct 2017 20:44:00 +0000
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