1970S TELEVISION SHOWS
The following is a list of David Susskind Shows possibly housed in a number off-site facilities--if they can be located at all. These listed programs HAVE NOT BEEN INSPECTED thus we cannot guarantee the existence, quality, duration or timely delivery of any of the material listed here. We offer access to these tapes on the following basis ONLY: All tapes are on their original 2" video format. The only way to verify the contents is to screen them, thus we will need to pull them from the inventory, ship and transfer them before we are able to verify content and quality. A $500 fee PER TAPE is required when ordering screening material from this collection. This fee is NON-REFUNDABLE. This fee will cover the cost of 2" tape handling, 2" Fed-Ex shipping (2-way) and 2" transfer. PLEASE NOTE THAT MANY SHOWS ARE ON TWO SEPARATE TAPES, THUS IT COULD COST DOUBLE ($1000) TO SCREEN SOME COMPLETE SHOWS. PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT EVEN IF YOU ORDER A SHOW BASED ON THE CATALOG NUMBER AND TITLE FROM THIS DATABASE WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL GET THE TAPE YOU ORDER. THIS IS BECAUSE THROUGH THE YEARS TAPES MAY HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE INCORRECT CASES AND THE WRITTEN INFORMATION ON THE CASES IS ALL WE HAVE TO ID A TAPE BEFORE IT IS TRANSFERRED. WHILE WE WILL USE ALL EFFORTS TO EXPEDITE YOUR REQUEST, BUT WE CANNOT RUSH THE PROCESS, AND YOU ORDER THESE AT YOUR OWN RISK. IF WE DO NOT LOCATE THE TAPE THERE IS NO CHARGE, BUT IF WE DO AND IT IS REMOVED FROM THE FACILITY FOR TRANSFER, YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THESE NON-REFUNDABLE FEES. THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1978-1979 06/24/78 09/24/78 PART I: BABIES FOR SALE -- THE BLACK MARKET IN CHILDREN DAVID LEAVITT, BETTY LIPMAN, LINDA, CONGRESSMAN HENRY HYDE, NANCY BAKER, ROBERT BURNS, JUNE MATZ 29243 CHICAGO 05/31/78 09/24/78 PART II: PORTRAIT OF A WELFARE MOTHER RENEE NATTER 29243 09/28/78 10/01/78 JOHN J. O' CONNOR 30703 CHICAGO 09/28/78 10/01/78 PART II: TURNING OFF THE TUBE -- LIFE WITHOUT TELEVISION A. CHILDREN: FRED IFRAH, DAWN KAYNO, DEREK LIPPNER, CHRISSY MAGLIOCCO, LEAH PIKE, DAVID STEINGLASS B. PARENTS & TEACHERS: JOYCE SUSSKIND, NANCY PIKE, BARBARA GOLDFARB, PAT MAGLIOCCO, JUDITY ROHN, TANYA KAUFMAN 30703 05/20/78 10/08/78 PART I: FED UP WITH THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION - SIX ASEXUALS GAIL RACHLIN, BILL PRIEST, DANIELLA GIOSEFFI, RICHARD MILNER, MARIAN TESSA, GARY NULL 29240 CHICAGO, DC 06/24/78 10/08/78 PART II: HOW TO COPE WITH LONELINESS ERICA ABEEL, DR. JAMES LYNCH, BRUCE JAY FRIEDMAN, TERRI SCHULTZ, MARK KLINGMAN 29240 DC 09/23/78 10/22/78 PART I: WE'RE MAD AS HELL -- THE RADIO CALL-IN RAGE JERRY WILLIAMS, ED SCHWARTZ, IRV HOMER, HERB JEPKO, BERNARD MELTZER 30702 CHICAGO 09/23/78 10/22/78 PART II: THINK RICH -- BE RICH JERRY GILLIS, H. STANLEY JUDD, IAN ANDERSON 30702 CHICAGO 10/12/78 10/29/78 PART I: CAN CARTER CUT IT IN 1980 HENRY GRUNWALD, NICHOLAS VON HOFFMAN, JERALD TER HORST, WILLIAM RUSHER 30706 CHICAGO 10/12/78 10/29/78 PART II: PSYCHICS WHO SOLVE CRIME DOROTHY ALLISON, BEVERLY JAEGERS, DAVID HOY, MIKE CASALE, SAL LUBERTAZZI 30706 CHICAGO 10/21/78 11/05/78 PART I: THE SWINGERS' PARADISE -- PLATO'S RETREAT MARY & LARRY LEVINSON, BONNIE & JACK, PHIL NOBILE 30709 CHICAGO, DC 10/21/78 11/05/78 PART II: "THE DOOMSDAY TAPES" BARDYL TIRANA, HERBERT SCOVILLE, LEONARD REIFEL, LEON GOURE 30709 05/31/78 11/12/78 THEY'RE STILL THE FUNNIEST MEN AROUND -- VETERAN COMICS MAC ROBBINS, JIMMY JOYCE, LARRY BEST, MICKEY FREEMAN, JOEY FAYE, LOU MENCHELL 29241 DC 11/04/78 11/19/78 PART I: DRESS FOR SUCCESS -- LOOK LIKE A MILLION -- MAKE A MILLION JOHN WEITZ, JOHN T. MOLLOY, EMILY CHO, WILLIAM THOURLBY, ROBERT L. GREEN 30710 CHICAGO 05/04/78 11/19/78 PART II: SUPER SALESMEN JOE GIRARD, LOIS BECKER, TOM WOLFF, BOB SHOOK 30710 CHICAGO 11/08/78 11/26/78 PART I: STARTLING STORIES OF LIFE AFTER DEATH DR. MAURICE RAWLINGS, CHARLES MCKAIG, VIRGINIA FALCY, KENNETH RING, HELEN NELSON, DR. MICHAEL SABOM 30712 CHICAGO 11/08/78 11/26/78 PART II: ANGRY CITIZENS VS THE POST OFFICE JAMES FINCH, BOB GRANT, ROBERT MEYERS, JAMES LAPENTA, PAT BRENNAN 30712 CHICAGO 11/22/78 12/03/78 PART I: SURGEON/SALESMAN -- BILL MACKAY 30714 DC 11/22/78 12/03/78 PART II: LONELY, UNHAPPY & BROKE -- DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS FLORENCE GRIFFIN, JACQUELINE BACHMAN, LESLIE WALD WALDHORN, SANDRA JACOBS, JANE LEE LITTLETON 30714 CHICAGO, DC 12/02/78 12/10/78 PART I: IF BETTY FORD COULD DO IT...ALL ABOUT FACELIFTS RICHARD KIELING, LILLIAM FRASER, D. RALPH MILLARD, M.D., DORIS LILLY, MICHAEL HOGAN, M.D. 30716 CHICAGO 12/02/78 12/10/78 PART II: TO JOG OR NOT TO JOG DAVID BRODY, M.D., DAVID NOONAN, RICHARD A. SCHWARTZ, M.D., RICHARD RESTAK, M.D., PAUL FETSCHER 30716 CHICAGO 09/16/78 12/17/78 WE WANT A BABY -- NEW HOPE FOR INFERTILE COUPLES A. PATIENTS: SUSAN & LEE WELLING, CAROL & ERNEST D'ANGELO, CATHY & JOHN SCOTT B. EXPERTS: DR. WAYNE DECKER, DR. ALVIN GOLDFARB, DR. RICHARD SHERINS, BARBARA ECK MENNING, DR. LUIGI MASTROIANNI 30701 11/29/78 12/24/78 PART I: YOUR PAMPERED PET -- FROM SHRINK TO MINK DR. PETER BORCHELT, DR. DANIEL TORTORA, DR. ALBERT LAMPASSO, MORDECAI SEGAL, LOIS LANDAUER, KAREN THOMPSON, GEORGE JEWEL 30715 CHICAGO 11/29/78 12/24/78 PART II: MIND YOUR MANNERS -- THE NEW ETIQUETTE LETITIA BALDRIGE, JUDITH MARTIN, MARJABELLE YOUNG STEWART 30715 CHICAGO 10/07/78 01/14/79 06/24/79 PART I: THE DIET THAT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE -- PRO & CON A. PATIENTS: BILL UTTAL, JULIE BREAKSTONE, FRED SILVER, DR. HARRY PARKER, JOE HUME B. EXPERTS: NATHAN PRITIKIN, DR. SAMI SASHIM, DR. ROBERT E. BAUER, DR. STEPHEN SCHEIDT 30704 CHICAGO 10/12/78 01/14/79 06/24/79 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH THE BRILLIANT PETER USTINOV 30704 CHICAGO 12/09/78 01/21/79 PART I: THE PRIEST WHO FIGHTS PIMPS FATHER BRUCE RITTER 30711 CHICAGO, DC 11/04/78 01/21/79 PART II: MAKING INFLATION WORK FOR YOU HARRY BROWNE, DAN DORFMAN 30711 CHICAGO, DC 12/09/78 01/28/79 PART I: LONG LINES, SHORT TEMPERS -- THE AIRPORT MESS KAY SLOMAN, HARRY KLETTER, ROB MANGOLD, FRED FORD, KAREN ZUPKO, STEVE BIRNBAUM 30717 CHICAGO, DC 12/09/78 01/28/79 PART II: ARE YOU REALLY IN LOVE? DR. DEBORA PHILLIPS, DR. CHARLIE SHEDD, DR. STANTON PEELE 30717 CHICAGO, DC 01/13/79 02/04/79 PART I: WE ARE BI-SEXUALS LARRY KANE, TONI TUCCI, DR. FRED KLEIN, "JULIA", "JOANNE" 30720 CHICAGO, DC 01/27/79 02/04/79 PART II: TREASURE HUNTERS MEL FISHER, EUGENE LYON, ART MCKEE 30720 CHICAGO, DC 01/06/79 02/11/79 INSIDE THE CULTS: THE TERRIFYING TRUTH FROM EX-MEMBERS PART 1 - EX-MEMBERS: SUSAN SMITH, CHRIS EDWARDS, MORRIS DEUTSCH, STEVE HASSAN, ANDREW STUBBS PART II - EXPERTS: FLO CONWAY, JIM SEIGELMAN, GALEN KELLY, DR. JOHN CLARK 30718 CHICAGO, DC 01/27/79 02/18/79 PART I: MEN WHO ARE KEPT BY WOMEN: TRUE CONFESSIONS REAL, MICHEL, MARK, PAUL, LOU 30721 CHICAGO, DC 01/27/79 02/18/79 PART II: THE TRUTH ABOUT ASPIRIN DR. LOUIS ALEDORT, DR. THOMAS KANTOR, DR. DAVID CODDON, PAUL E. SCHINDLER 30721 CHICAGO, DC 02/03/79 02/25/79 PART I: BEAUTIFUL WOMEN SHARE THEIR SECRETS (HOSTED BY JOYCE SUSSKIND) BEVERLY SASSOON, ADRIEN ARPEL, CRISTINA FERRARE 30722 CHICAGO, DC 02/03/79 02/25/79 PART II: WHEN YOUR PARENTS GROW OLD JOHN PERRY, RITA SIGLER, BARBARA FELDMAN, MARIE CARROLL, JERRY ORNSTEIN 30722 CHICAGO, DC 02/10/79 03/04/79 TRUMAN CAPOTE TELLS ALL TRUMAN CAPOTE 30723 CHICAGO (T), UCLA (2"), DC 11/18/78 03/11/79 PART I: WE CAN'T STOP DIETING -- VICTIMS OF ANOREXIA STEVEN LEVENKRON, KATIE, PATRICIA DE POL, ROBERTA, LISA WOLFF 30713 CHICAGO, DC 11/18/78 03/11/79 PART II: WHEN FEAR TAKES OVER -- AGORAPHOBIA JEAN ESTERBROOK, JOEL GREENBAUM, EILEEN WEBBER, MARIA WEBBER, DR. MANUEL ZANE 30713 CHICAGO, DC 02/28/79 03/18/79 PART I: WILD & CRAZY PAPARAZZI -- PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO SHOOT THE STARS RON GALELLA, ADAM SCULL, DICK CORKERY, GENE SPATZ 30725 CHICAGO, DC 02/28/79 03/18/79 PART II: IT'S NOT SO GREAT IN BRITAIN FRED HIFT, REX BERRY, ROBIN DUTHY, VALERIE WADE 30725 CHICAGO, DC 01/13/79 03/25/79 PART I: THINGS TO COME -- LIFE IN THE YEAR 2000 ISAAC ASIMOV, FRANK KENDIG, DR. JERRY POURNELLE 30719 DC 02/28/79 03/25/79 PART II: HAPPINESS IS A POSSIBLE DREAM DR. JONATHAN FREEDMAN, LYNN CAINE, JOAN, BOB DRESNER, BOB GOODRICH 30719 CHICAGO, DC 03/24/79 KHJ-TV, LA 04/01/79 THE TELEVISION CRISIS MICHAEL DANN, PAUL KLEIN, GRANT TINKER, NORMAN LEAR, DAVID GERBER 30726 CHICAGO, DC 02/10/79 04/08/79 HOT GOSSIP ABOUT THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE RUDY MAXA, CLAUDIA COHEN, NEAL TRAVIS 30724 CHICAGO 03/31/79 04/08/79 PITY THE HAPPY HOUSEWIFE JUDITH VIORST, MARY KUCZKIR, ANN TOLAND SERB, JOAN WESTER ANDERSON 30724 CHICAGO 04/15/78 04/15/79 MIRROR, MIRROR ON THE WALL -- THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE UGLY TELL ALL GUESTS -- MODELS AND SELF-PROCLAIMED UGLIES: MATT COLLINS, CATHY MORRIS, DANNY LEE MCCOY, JEAN SOKOL, SUZANNE FELZEN, SUSAN BRECHT EXPERTS: FRANCESCO SCAVULLO, MICHAEL HOGAN, M.D., ADRIEN ARPEL, SUSAN GREEN, PH.D 29232 CHICAGO, DC 04/14/79 04/22/79 IS CARTER A CATASTROPHE? ELIOT JANEWAY, WILLIE L. BROWN, JR., ROBERT H. MALOTT, WILLIAM W. WINPISINGER 30728 CHICAGO, DC 04/28/79 05/06/79 PART I: LEE MARVIN, WHAT HAVE YOU DONE? MARVIN MITCHELSON, MELVYN HABER, SUNNIE SOBEL, NORMAN M. SHERESKY, HERBERT A. GLIEBERMAN 30730 CHICAGO, DC 04/28/79 05/06/79 PART II: THE INCREDIBLE TRUTH ABOUT HOWARD HUGHES JAMES B. STEELE, DONALD L. BARTLETT 30730 DC 03/31/79 05/13/79 PART I: DEAR ANN LANDERS... ANN LANDERS 30727 CHICAGO, DC 03/31/79 05/13/79 PART II: THE CULTS ANSWER BACK GADDAHAR PANDIT DAS, RABINDRA SWAROOP DAS, DIANE KETTERING, ARTIE MAREN 30727 CHICAGO, DC 05/11/79 KCOP, LA 05/20/79 THE MAN WHO WOULD BE PRESIDENT: JERRY BROWN GOVERNOR JERRY BROWN, CALIFORNIA 30732 CHICAGO (T), UCLA, DC 05/19/79 06/03/79 PART I: WATCH OUT! HOWARD JARVIS IS COMING HOWARD JARVIS, JOHN L. LOEB, JR., JAMES FARMER, STEPHEN BERGER 30733 CHICAGO, DC 05/19/79 06/03/79 PART II: HOW TO SLASH YOUR FOOD BILLS IN HALF ARLENE STOLARSKI, PATTI UMLAND, MARY ANNE HAYES, SUSAN SAMTUR 30733 05/27/79 06/10/79 PART I: SHOULD YOU BUY A HOUSE NOW -- OR NEVER? DONALD I. HOVDE, BENNY KASS, WILLIAM WOLMAN, MICHAEL SUMICHRAST 30734 CHICAGO, DC 05/19/79 06/10/79 PART II: MALE SECRETARIES DONALD HARLEY, CHARLES W. BARKER, JOSEPH R. LICCARDO, ANTHONY ZATTI, KEITH M. WHITE 30734 DC 06/03/79 06/17/79 PART I: HOW TO LIVE WITH CONSTANT PAIN PATIENTS: HERBERT A. DIAMOND, BARBARA B. WOLF, ROSALIE TERRAVECCHIA DOCTORS: DR. GERALD ARONOFF, DR. DONALD M. DOOLEY, DR. NELSON H. HENDLER, DR. HAROLD CARRON 30736 CHICAGO, DC 06/03/79 06/17/79 PART II: THE MAN WHO GIVES ADVICE TO ANN LANDERS DR. EUGENE KENNEDY 30736 CHICAGO, DC 06/23/79 07/01/79 PART I: OUT OF GAS -- WHO'S TO BLAME? LESLIE J. GOLDMAN, JAMES F. FLUG, CHARLES KITTRELL, SENATOR HOWARD M. METZENBAUM 30738 CHICAGO, DC 06/23/79 07/01/79 PART II: "THE FLYING WHITE HOUSE" COLONEL RALPH ALBERTAZZIE 30738 CHICAGO, DC THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1979-80 05/26/79 04/14/79 10/07/79 04/19/81 DAVID SUSSKIND MEETS THE MARTIANS A. LYDIA STALNAKER, BRYCE BOND B. RUTH NORMAN, THOMAS MILLER 30729 CHICAGO, DC 09/22/79 10/14/79 PART I: ORGANIZED CRIME: THE BIGGEST BUSINESS IN AMERICA HANK H. MESSICK, RICHARD E. JAFFE, RALPH F. SALERNO, JACK KEY, THOMAS RENNER 32101 CHICAGO 09/22/79 10/14/79 PART II: BATTLE OVER BLACK ENGLISH MICHAEL MEYERS, DR. GENEVA SMITERMAN, DR. ELAINE LEWNAU, ETTA LADSOM 32101 CHICAGO 10/13/79 10/28/79 THE BLACK-JEWISH CRISIS DR. JOSEPH E. LOWERY, ARNOLD FORSTER, RANDALL ROBINSON, HOWARD M. SQUADRON 32105 CHICAGO 11/03/79 10/28/79 THE KENNEDY-CARTER SHOWDOWN ALLARD K. LOWENSTEIN, ARTHUR SCHLESINGER, JR., STUART EIZENSTAT, GERALD M. RAFSHOON 32109 CHICAGO, DC 10/27/79 11/11/79 09/07/80 03/28/82 PART I: SEX FOR SALE...4 "JOHNS' TELL ALL TOM, MARK, HUGH, GEORGE 32107 CHICAGO (T), DC 10/17/79 11/11/79 09/07/80 03/28/82 PART II: IS STRESS KILLING YOU? JOHN J. PARRINO, PH.D, KENNETH GREENSPAN, M.D. 32107 CHICAGO, DC 04/28/79 11/18/79 09/28/80 05/31/81 THE BARE FACTS: QUEENS OF BURLESQUE GEORGIA SOTHERN, ZORITA, SHERRY BRITTON, HOPE DIAMOND 30731 CHICAGO, DC 06/23/79 11/18/79 09/28/80 05/31/81 SUPER SALESWOMEN DOT COOK, ANDREA BERRITY, LINDA SCHMITT, SHIRLEY HUTTON 30731 CHICAGO 06/09/79 11/25/79 07/06/80 PART I: RICH & FEMALE - WOMEN WHO MAKE MILLIONS MURIEL SIEBERT, MARY ANN HALMI, EVA HORTON, DAISY TALLARICO, JOAN LEVINE 30737 CHICAGO, DC 06/09/79 11/25/79 07/06/80 PART II: GOTHIC WRITERS ROBERTA ANDERSON & MARY KUCZKIR (FERN MICHAELS), JANET DAILEY, PATRICIA MATTHEWS 30737 CHICAGO, DC 10/06/79 12/02/79 PART I: "BREAKING UP IS HARD TO TAKE" -- CHILDREN OF DIVORCE DON, CAREN, LIZ, GILLIAN, LISA 32102 CHICAGO 09/29/79 12/02/79 PART II: "THE WICKED TRUTH ABOUT STEP PARENTS" WILLIAM NOBLE, SUZY KALTER, MARCIA WYRTZEN, JEANETTE LOFAS, BOB MARTIN 32102 CHICAGO 10/27/79 12/09/79 PART I: LIARS BEWARE -- THE LATEST IN LIE DETECTION CHRIS GUGAS 32108 CHICAGO 10/06/79 12/09/79 PART II: THE RED BERETS -- TEENAGE VIGILANTES CURTIS SLIWA, DINO REYES, KATO, JEFF MONROE, JERRY MONROE, ET. AL. 32108 CHICAGO 11/10/79 12/16/79 07/13/80 PART I: HOW TO TEST YOUR DOG'S I.Q. AND PERSONALITY MATTHEW MARGOLIS 32115 CHICAGO 12/03/79 12/16/79 07/13/80 PART II: DAZZLING WOMEN FROM ABROAD LIVIA SLYVA WEINTRAUB, JACLINE MAZARD (JEAN MAHIE), REGINE, GEORGETTE KLINGER, PRINCESS SUMAIR 32115 CHICAGO 11/17/79 12/23/79 HOW TO PROSPER DURING THE COMING BAD YEARS HOWARD RUFF 32114 CHICAGO, DC 12/15/79 12/23/79 07/27/80 PART II: CHINA TODAY -- A CONVERSATION WITH HAN SUYIN HAN SUYIN 32114 32121 CHICAGO, DC 11/10/79 01/06/80 08/17/80 ARE YOUR TEENAGERS DRIVING YOU CRAZY? HELP IS HERE! DR. THOMAS J. COTTLE, ELIZABETH ROBERTS, DR. DAVID ELKIND, EDITH B. PHELPS, ELIOT DALEY 32110 CHICAGO 11/24/79 01/13/80 10/26/80 PART I: SHORT PEOPLE HAVE FEELINGS TOO! PAMELA BROWN, MIKE PARADINE, BILL GILE, NANCY HENKEL, IRWIN HASEN 32111 CHICAGO 10/17/79 01/13/80 10/26/80 PART II: LAUGHTER IS THE BEST MEDICINE NORMAN COUSINS 32111 CHICAGO 12/15/79 01/20/80 07/20/80 PART I: OWNERS OF GREAT RESTAURANTS TELL THEIR SECRETS SHELDON TANNEN "21"; WARNER LEROY, MAXWELL'S PLUM, TAVERN ON THE GREEN; EDMUND LILLYS, THE GLOUCESTER HOUSE; SIRIO MACCIONE, LE CIRQUE; VINCENT SARDI, JR., SARDI'S; PETER ASCHKENASY, U.S. STEAK-HOUSE, LUCHOW'S, CHARLEY O'S, AND THE AMERICAN CHARCUTERIE. 32117 CHICAGO 01/12/80 01/20/80 07/20/80 PART II: MAITRE D'S OF GREAT RESTAURANTS JOSEPH GARNI, LE CIRQUE; BRUNO MOLINARI, THE PALM; GIANNI GARAVELLI, NANNI AL VALLETTO; JEAN-CLAUDE COUTELLER, LE PERIGORD EAST 32117 CHICAGO 09/29/79 01/27/80 A MEDIUM WHO TALKS TO THE DEAD -- DORIS STOKES DORIS STOKES 32103 CHICAGO 11/17/79 02/03/80 10/05/80 PART I: PROSTITUTES TELL ALL "NINA", "CATHERINE", AND "MELINDA" 32112 CHICAGO, DC 01/12/80 02/03/80 10/05/80 PART II: WOMEN AGAINST PORNOGRAPHY DOLORES ALEXANDER, JANE MCHUGH, FRANCES PATAI, AND BARBARA MEHRHOF 32112 CHICAGO, DC 01/26/80 02/10/80 WHAT'S NEW WITH JACKIE, SINATRA, STREISAND, BEATTY, MINNELLI AND REYNOLDS, TOO LIZ SMITH, CHICAGO TRIBUNE-NEW YORK DAILY NEWS; TAKI THEODORACOPULOS, ESQUIRE; DAVID SHEEHAN, DIANA MCLELLAN, "THE EAR", IN THE WASHINGTON STAR 32119 11/24/79 02/17/80 09/21/80 12/13/81 PART I: LIFE AT THE TOP -- WIVES OF FAMOUS MEN JOYCE DAVIDSON SUSSKIND, NANCY MEHTA, MARILYN FUNT, NORRIS CHURCH 32113 CHICAGO, DC 11/17/79 02/17/80 09/21/80 12/13/81 PART II: ALL ABOUT THE CIA THOMAS POWERS, "THE MAN WHO KEPT THE SECRETS: RICHARD HELMS AND THE C.I.A." 32113 DC 01/12/80 02/24/80 09/14/80 MOVIE STARS CAME TO DINNER -- GROWING UP IN HOLLYWOOD JILL ROBINSON, "BED TIME STORY" AND "PERDIDO"; MICHAEL KORDA, "CHARMED LIVES"; WARNER LEROY, LINDA JANKLOW, BROOKE HAYWARD, "HAYWIRE". 32118 CHICAGO 02/02/80 02/24/80 09/14/80 PART II: GARBAGE OF THE STARS A. J. WEBERMAN, GARBOLOGIST 32118 CHICAGO 02/02/80 03/02/80 07/27/80 PART I: WE'RE HIGH ON BEING TALL GEORGE ANDREWS - 6'6", JUDY VOGEL - 6', CECILIA GARDNER - 6'1", KERRY KEANE - 6'6", TERRY LEE - 5'11", ALICE WHITE - 6' 32121 CHICAGO 02/02/80 03/02/80 PART II: SIZING UP THE NEWSCASTERS PHILIP MCHUGH 32121 12/03/79 03/09/80 08/24/80 PART I: 5 NEW YORK CABBIES TELL ALL MEL BENDOWITZ, EZRA CHITYAT, JAMES MORRIS, RICHARD CHEROL, LOIS DOYLE 32116 CHICAGO (T) 12/15/79 03/09/80 08/24/80 PART II: GOING BANANAS IN BEVERLY HILLS ELAINE YOUNG, JACK STARTZ, M.D., RONALD RICE, JUDY MAZEL 32116 CHICAGO 02/23/80 03/16/80 05/03/81 11/13/83 PART I: WE TAKE IT ALL OFF -- MALE STRIPPERS JACK THE STRIPPER, SEBASTIAN, CAREY GORDON, SUNSHINE, BERNARDO 32123 CHICAGO, DC 03/01/80 03/16/80 05/03/81 11/13/83 PART II: MUSCLES AND CURVES -- WOMEN BODY BUILDERS DORIS BARRILLEAUX, LYNDE JOHNSON, LYNN CONKWRIGHT, APRIL NICOTRA 32123 DC 03/01/80 03/23/80 08/03/80 PART I: THE DATING SERVICE FOR WINNER 'THE GODMOTHER' , ABBY HIRSCH CLIENTS: BARBARA WRENN, DOUGLAS RIPPETO, MITCHEL MITCHEL, BABTTE GLADSTEIN 32126 CHICAGO 02/23/80 03/23/80 08/03/80 PART II: THE GIRL WHO HAD EVERYTHING - DORIEN LEIGH DORIAN LEIGH 32126 CHICAGO 01/26/80 02/09/80 03/30/80 08/10/80 THE NEW REVOLUTION IN FOOD AND FUEL - A CONVERSATION WITH DWAYNE ANDREAS MR. DWAYNE ANDREAS, CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND COMPANY 32120 CHICAGO, DC 02/09/80 04/06/80 PART I: OUR HIDDEN SHAME: DYSLEXIA ARTHUR BIRSH, DELOS SMITH, EILEEN SIMPSON -- REVERSALS: A PERSONAL ACCOUNT OF VICTORY OVER DYSLEXIA, LYNNE HACKER, EMILY LANDAU, DANIEL GILDESGAME 32122 CHICAGO 02/23/80 04/06/80 PART II: THE NATIONAL LAMPOON P.J. O'ROURKE, GERALD SUSSMAN, TOD CARROLL, JOHN HUGHES 32122 CHICAGO 03/22/80 04/13/80 GORE VIDAL UNCENSORED 32130 CHICAGO, DC 03/08/80 04/20/80 PART I: APOCALYPSE SOON: A CONVERSATION WITH WILLIAM SIMON WILLIAM SIMON, FORMER TREASURY SECRETARY 32127 CHICAGO 03/22/80 04/20/80 PART II: BEWARE OF PICKPOCKETS CARL LEWIS, DETECTIVE ROBERT MAGONE 32127 CHICAGO 03/15/80 04/27/80 01/31/82 PART I: THE SHAME OF OUR HOSPITALS -- FIVE ANGRY NURSES 'CAROL', 'REBECCA', 'ELEANOR', 'RUTH' AND 'HELEN' 32129 CHICAGO, DC 03/29/80 04/27/80 01/31/82 PART II: DR. WILLIAM NOLEN WILLIAM A. NOLEN, M.D. 32129 CHICAGO 04/26/80 05/04/80 SEX IN AMERICA -- AN INTERVIEW WITH GAY TALESE GAY TALESE, AUTHOR: THY NEIGHBOR'S WIFE 32135 CHICAGO 03/29/80 05/11/80 PART I: SOFT, SWEET AND SOUTHERN -- 6 BELLES FROM DIXIE PHYLLIS MACBRYDE, REBECCA SINGLETON, NANCY BELLE BRASS, MARY MCMILLAN, ROSEMARY DANIELL; AUTHOR: FATAL FLOWERS; MARY VANN HUNTER; AUTHOR: SASSAFRAS 32132 CHICAGO 04/19/80 05/11/80 PART II: SOUTHERN JOURNALISTS TALK ABOUT JIMMY CARTER AND OTHER GOOD OLE BOYS LARRY KING, AUTHOR: OF OUTLAWS, CON MEN, WHORES, POLITICIANS AND OTHER ARTISTS; MARSHALL FRADY, AUTHOR: SOUTHERNERS; ROY BLOUNT, JR., AUTHOR: CRACKERS 32132 CHICAGO 05/10/80 05/18/80 HOW DID IT HAPPEN -- CARTER VS REAGAN TOM WICKER, THE NEW YORK TIMES; ALBERT R. HUNT, THE WALL STREET JOURNAL; WILLIAM A. RUSHER, NATIONAL REVIEW; HAYNES JOHNSON, THE WASHINGTON POST 32137 CHICAGO (T) 04/26/80 05/25/80 PART I: THE SPORTS EMPIRE OF SONNY WERBLIN SONNY WERBLIN, PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF THE MADISON SQUARE GARDEN CORPORATION 32134 CHICAGO, DC 05/03/80 05/25/80 PART II: THE LAST OF THE COWBOYS -- 5 TRUCKERS RUSSELL "CAPTAIN ZIG-ZAG" PATE, GEORGE "WILDMAN" RAWLS, ED "SKY PILOT" WINTERSTEEN, MIKE "DOUBLE R" CRAKER, JAMES "BUCKY" BUCKOWSKI 32134 CHICAGO, DC 03/08/80 06/01/80 PART I: BEAT INFLATION WITH DIAMONDS, ART, STAMPS AND COINS NICOLA BULGARI, RICHARD L. 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JOHN KING FAIRBANK 35472 CHICAGO, DC 03/10/82 04/11/82 PART II: COLLEGE GRADS IN MENIAL JOBS CHAS HICKEY, JANE HANSTEIN, ED CRICHIO, MARK NUNBERG, CAREY HUNTER 35472 CHICAGO (T), DC 04/14/82 04/18/82 PUBLIC SERVICE OR PUBLIC RIP OFF? -- UTILITIES EDWARD LARKIN, EDWARD HYNES, THOMAS FITZPATRICK, KAREN BURSTEIN, CAROL BARGER, ALFRED NARDELLI 35473 CHICAGO 04/25/82 ON THE VERGE OF RUIN: AMERICA'S DESPERATE FARMERS NITA GIBSON, WAYNE CRYTS, JOHN STULP, PETER CURRA, VAREL BAILEY 35476 CHICAGO, DC 04/24/82 05/02/82 COUNTDOWN TO DOOMSDAY: THE NUCLEAR ARMS DEBATE ADMIRAL ELMO ZUMWALT, DR. DANIEL MAGUIRE, DR. SCOTT THOMPSON, JACK GEIGER, M.D. FRITZ ERMARTH, CONGRESSMAN THOMAS DOWNEY 35477 CHICAGO, DC 03/24/82 05/09/82 PART I: FAST AND FUNNY: COLLEGE DEBATERS DAVID BAILIN, HARRY WALTERS, LARRY EICHENFIELD, EDWARD O'TOOLE, DAVID KIDD, J.J. GERTLER, GRANT OLIPHANT, RICHARD SOMMER 35473 CHICAGO, DC 05/08/82 05/16/82 GOOD NEWS AND BAD NEWS ABOUT THE ECONOMY DR. WILLIAM NISKANEN, JR., LEONARD SILK, DR. OTTO ECKSTEIN, DR. ALAN GREENSPAN, DR. JOSEPH PECHMAN 35479 CHICAGO (T) 05/05/82 05/23/82 10/03/82 "I'M ON WELFARE AND I HATE IT" -- A WELFARE MOTHER SHARON HUNT 35478 CHICAGO, DC 05/19/82 05/30/82 PART I: NOT FOR MEN ONLY -- BLUE COLLAR WOMEN TINA NANNARONE, LAURA SCHWARTZ, JANE KELLEY, SHARON HOLMES, JUDY HUGHES 35480 CHICAGO, DC 05/19/82 05/30/82 PART II: OUT OF CASH? TRY BARTER ANNIE PROULX, JERRY WEINER, GENE HOLTZMAN, CONNIE STAPLETON 35480 CHICAGO, DC 05/22/82 06/06/82 09/19/82 AN INTERVIEW WITH THE REMARKABLE VIDAL SASSOON VIDAL SASSOON 35481 CHICAGO, DC 06/13/82 WHO CAN AFFORD COLLEGE ANYMORE? -- PART I: ADMINISTRATORS JAMES POWELL, STEPHEN TRACHTENBERG, WILLIAM MAXWELL, HARVEY GROTRAIN 35482 CHICAGO 06/13/82 WHO CAN AFFORD COLLEGE ANYMORE? -- PART 2: PARENTS JOSEPH ZULLO, JOHN KAUFMAN, FREDERIC KRAMER, GLORIA GATTI, ALEXANDRA GREELEY 35482 CHICAGO 06/20/82 NO MORE LAND OF PLENTY NORMAN BERG, KREKEL KARCH, NEIL SAMPSON 35484 CHICAGO 06/20/82 CAREER COUNSELORS JOHN CRYSTAL, STANLEY HYMAN, ROBERT SWAIN, IRENE ANSHER 35484 CHICAGO THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1982-83 10/06/82 10/10/82 THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW -- 25TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL - PART I 35486 CHICAGO, DC 10/09/82 10/17/82 THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW -- 25TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL - PART II MAUREEN STAPLETON, ANTHONY QUINN, NORMAN MAILER, TRUMAN CAPOTE 37027 CHICAGO (T), UCLA, DC 07/16/82 10/24/82 08/28/83 TOP TRIAL LAWYERS DEMONSTRATE THE ART OF JURY SELECTION PHILIP CORBOY, HAROLD PRICE FAHRINGER, AARON BRODER, BILL COLSON 35483 CHICAGO, DC 04/17/82 10/31/82 07/17/83 PART I: COCAINE: A 30 BILLION DOLLAR EPIDEMIC ROBERT MILLMAN, M.D., ANDY KOWL, TOM HENDERSON, "AMY", "A.J.", "LIZA" 35475 CHICAGO, DC 04/17/82 10/31/82 07/17/83 02/03/85 11/17/85 PART II: PARTY CRASHERS GARY WATSON, STEVE GOLDSTEIN, FRANK FUSARO, MIKE BURKE 35475 CHICAGO (T), DC 10/30/82 11/07/82 HERPES: THE VENEREAL DISEASE THAT CAN'T BE CURED PART 1: VICTIMS: OSCAR GILLESPIE, PHD., JANE RUBINSKY , RUSSELL WOOD, "SCOTT" PART II: DOCTORS: ANDRE NAHMIAS, M.D., HERBERT BLOUGH, M.D., JOHN GROSSMAN, M.D., DR. CARLOS LOPEZ 37028 CHICAGO (T), DC 11/03/82 11/14/82 08/21/83 PART I: WHY DON'T PEOPLE DATE ANYMORE? DOUG FOSTER, DOUG BERNSTEIN, SERENA BLISS, MICHAEL SELBY, LIZ CASTELLS, MAGGIE PETERS, SIGNE WARNER, BOB POLLAK 37029 CHICAGO (T) 11/03/82 11/14/82 08/21/83 PART II: AN INTERVIEW WITH HAMILTON JORDAN HAMILTON JORDAN 37029 CHICAGO 11/06/82 11/21/82 01/26/86 05/25/86 08/17/86 PART I: DOLLAR A DANCE -- TAXI DANCERS ARIEL LUCAS, PAUL PRICKETT, PENNY PRUCHA, ELLEN STOKES, CAROL SUNDQUIST 37030 CHICAGO 11/06/82 11/21/82 03/18/84 PART II: THE MYSTERY OF THE FULL MOON ARNOLD L. LEIBER, M.D., CHARLES S. MIRABILE, M.D., DR. RALPH W. MORRIS, DR. DONALD P. LASALLE 37030 CHICAGO (T) 11/20/82 11/28/82 CONGRESSMEN WHO WERE DEFEATED DON CLAUSEN, GENE ATKINSON, TOBY MOFFETT, JOHN LEBOUTILLIER 37031 CHICAGO (T) 11/20/82 12/05/82 02/17/85 PART I: HOW TO MARRY A RICH MAN JACQUELINE THOMPSON, RITA LACHMAN, DIANE ACKERMAN 37032 CHICAGO 06/19/82 12/05/82 PART II: LONG DISTANCE MARRIAGE BRYNA SANGER, HARRY KATZ, KAREN AKERS, CATHERINE AND JIM FOSTER 37032 CHICAGO (T) 11/27/82 12/12/82 07/10/83 PART I: GROWING UP IN THE DEPRESSION WITH RUSSELL BAKER, ANNE JACKSON, ELI WALLACH AND ED KOCH 37035 CHICAGO (T) 11/20/82 12/12/82 07/10/83 01/20/85 01/19/86 PART II: THE EFFECT OF COLOR ON OUR LIVES JOHN OTT, DR. JAMES D'ADAMO, IRENE AUSTIN 37035 CHICAGO (T) 12/08/82 12/19/82 06/26/83 PART I: CHOCOLATE TOM KRON, LAURA BRODY, MILTON ZELMAN, AL PECHENIK, RUDOLF SPRUNGLI 37036 CHICAGO (T) 12/08/82 12/19/82 06/26/83 PART II: ENTERTAINING CHARLOTTE TREE, SANDRA KASPER, MARY MCFADDEN, GEORGE LANG 37036 CHICAGO 11/27/82 12/26/82 07/24/83 PART I: TV ANCHORWOMEN ROBIN YOUNG, MONICA KAUFMAN, SUE SIMMONS, PAT HARPER 37034 CHICAGO (T) 12/11/82 12/26/82 07/24/83 PART II: AMBASSADOR MALCOLM TOON 37034 12/11/82 01/02/83 10/16/83 07/29/84 02/16/86 07/13/86 PAR I: SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN: HOW TO FIGHT BACK DR. MARY CONROY 37039 CHICAGO 12/11/82 01/02/83 PART II: THE CAREER WOMAN'S DILEMMA: JOB VS. BABIES CAROL MASIUS, ANDREA DUNHAM, NANCY EVANS, MARIA CAMPBELL, SERINE HASTINGS 37039 CHICAGO (T) 12/18/82 01/09/83 HOW TO LIVE WITH ARTHRITIS PART I: PATIENTS DR. ROBERT GOULD, BOB NIRKIND, ROBIN MAY, JOHN MURPHY, MARTHA SCHORTTMAN PART II: DOCTORS GERALD WEISSMAN, M.D. FREDERIC MCDUFFIE, M.D., GEORGE EHRLICH, M.D., THOMAS KANTOR, M.D. 37038 CHICAGO (T) 01/05/83 01/16/83 PART I: WOMEN OF THE YEAR: BROADWAY'S LEADING LADIES ELIZABETH ASHLEY, ELLEN BURSTYN, JUDITH IVEY, BETTY BUCKLEY 37040 CHICAGO (T) 01/05/83 01/16/83 PART II: BANKS ON THE BRINK: THE FOREIGN LOAN MESS C.W. CARSON, JR., RICHARD ERB, JOHN G. HEIMAN, PETER KENEN, REP. CHARLES E. SCHUMER 37040 CHICAGO 01/15/83 01/23/83 PART I: WAITRESSES DEBORAH GRISORIO, KATHLEEN MCLANE, PAULA MURRAY, NANCY YOUNGBLUT 37041 CHICAGO (T) 01/15/83 01/23/83 PAR II: NUCLEAR DETERRENCE IN ROME, NY EDWARD BURTON, ED CALLAHAN, COL. JOHN ENGELMANN, EMLYN GRIFFITH, IRWIN REDLENER 37041 CHICAGO 01/27/83 01/30/83 PART I: IS THIS BULL MARKET FOR REAL? STEVEN EINHORN, ELIOT FRIED, JOHN HINDELONG, THOMAS STILES, JOHN TEMPLETON 37044 CHICAGO 01/19/83 01/30/83 12/11/83 PART II: COOKIES ARE BIG BUSINESS DAVID LIEDERMAN, BARBARA KAFKA, MARNI MILLER, JAN VERDONKSCHOT 37044 CHICAGO 01/22/83 02/06/83 THE RICH AND FAMOUS -- THE LATEST GOSSIP LIZ SMITH, DIANA MCLELLEN, TAKE AND MAXINE MESINGER 37043 CHICAGO 02/02/83 02/13/83 AMERICAN WOMEN WHO MARRY FOREIGN MEN JANA JAFFEE, KATHRYN JASON, SHARON COSTA DE BEAUREGARD, COUNTESS DE ROMANONES, MARTHA BURKE-HENNESSY 37045 CHICAGO 02/02/83 02/13/83 DOWNWARD MOBILITY -- THE END OF THE AMERICAN DREAM BOB SACCO, DAN RASUMSSEN, RHONA DROSSMAN, LLOYD SAVEL, HOPE POKRESS 37045 CHICAGO (T) 02/16/83 02/20/83 WHAT'S IN THE STARS FOR 1983 ASTROLOGERS POPE HILL, PATRIC WALKER, MARIA CRUMMERE, DEBBI KEMPTON-SMITH, JOELLE MAHONEY 37046 CHICAGO 02/16/83 02/27/83 12/02/84 05/04/86 PART I: STOPPING THE CLOCK? GEROVITAL EMILY WILKINS, BILL TICE, DORIS WHITEHEAD, JOHN COFFMAN, BARRY REISBERG, M.D. 37042 CHICAGO (T) 01/19/83 02/27/83 THE MYSTERY OF THE COMMON COLD STEVEN MOSTOW, M.D., R. GORDON DOUGLAS, M.D., SANFORD CHODOSH, M.D., HYLAN BICKERMAN, M.D., JOHN ABELES, M.D. 37042 CHICAGO 02/23/83 03/06/83 PART I: ANGRY CRIME VICTIMS DIANI MONTENEGRO, SHIRLEY BERNSTEIN, GUILIA PAGANO, ROBERT GRAYSON, DR. MICHAEL ROBINSON 37047 CHICAGO (T) 02/23/83 03/06/83 PART II: CRIME FIGHTERS SGT. JOSEPH DUNNE, DET. BILL CLARK, DET./LT. ROBERT GALLAGHER 37047 CHICAGO 03/05/83 03/13/83 FILM CRITICS PREDICT THE OSCARS DAVID DENBY, JANET MASLIN, REX REED, HOWARD KISSEL, STEWART KLEIN 37048 CHICAGO (T) 03/09/83 03/20/83 06/10/84 PART I: PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES JAMES IRVIN GLOVER, GRADY O'CUMMINGS III, LESTER BYERLEY, GERARD HIMMELMAN 37049 CHICAGO 03/09/83 03/20/83 06/10/84 PART II: IS PSYCHIATRY IN TROUBLE? STEPHEN SONNENBERG, M.D., LAYTON MCCURDY, M.D., ALLEN FRANCES, M.D., STUART YUDOFSKY, M.D. 37049 CHICAGO (T) 03/19/83 03/27/83 06/24/84 PART I: SEMINARY AND CONVENT DROP-OUTS CATHERINE BRUNO, PAUL HENDRICKSON, THOMAS SMITH, MARY GILLIGAN WONG, CHARLES DEVLIN 37050 CHICAGO (T) 03/19/83 03/27/83 PART II: MID-LIFE VOCATIONS SARAH B. TAYLOR, THOMAS H. GAINER, JR., REV. FRANK KILCOYNE, REV. JAMES F. HINCHEY, REV. FRANCIS J. FAJELLA, MSS.A 37050 CHICAGO 03/23/83 04/03/83 10/02/83 A CONVERSATION WITH ROBERT S. STRAUSS 37051 CHICAGO (T) 04/06/83 04/10/83 09/18/83 DEAR ANN LANDERS... ANN LANDERS 37052 CHICAGO 04/06/83 04/10/83 09/18/83 PART II: THE NEW YOUNG IMMIGRANTS CHRISTINA WACHTMEISTER, WILLIAM LEWIISHAM, ASHA PUTHLI, GIANNINA FACIO, FELIPTE PARAUD 37052 CHICAGO 04/13/83 04/17/83 09/25/83 S.R.O. HOTELS NAYNA VALDEZ, JOSEPH HOFFLER, LLOYD SMITH, ISMAEL RIVERA, ROBERT HAMBURGER, ALFRED GUNTHER, "ALICE" 37053 CHICAGO (T) 04/14/83 04/24/83 11/20/83 PART I: ANTHONY BURGESS 37054 CHICAGO (T) 04/23/83 04/24/83 06/08/86 PART II: BARBARA CARTLAND 37054 CHICAGO (T) 04/23/83 05/01/83 PART I: MEN WHO WANT TO MARRY RICH JEAN MORBELLI, DARIUS DE LA ROUCHEFOUCAULD, PATRICK KELLY, ROWEN NEGRIN 37055 CHICAGO (T) 04/23/83 05/01/83 03/11/84 08/05/84 04/13/86 06/22/86 08/24/86 PART II: BEST PLACES TO LIVE DAVID SAVAGEAU, RICHARD BOYER, DR. RONALD MINGE, DR. THOMAS BOWMAN 37055 CHICAGO 04/27/83 05/08/83 05/13/84 10/14/84 WE USED TO BE GAY - FORMER HOMOSEXUALS WILLIAM ATHERTON, DAVID TWOMEY, REV. WAYNE PLUMSTEAD, BRUCE BLAUSTEIN, JOSEPH MEGLINO 37056 CHICAGO (T) 04/27/83 05/08/83 BURN OUT - HOW TO RECOGNIZE AND DEAL WITH IT MICHAEL CRAWFORD, DR. HERBERT FREUDENBERGER, GAIL NORTH, CONNIE DE NAVE, SYLVESTER KARAGIS 37056 CHICAGO 04/30/83 05/15/83 10/09/83 BASEBALL WIVES DANIELLE TORRES, NANCY MARSHALL, BOBBIE BOUTON, KAROLYN ROSE, DIANE PEPITONE 37057 CHICAGO 05/07/83 05/22/83 08/07/83 PART I: LONLINESS JANE ADAMS, JOAN GOULD, JOHN HOLLANDER, MURRAY KELLMAN, MAURA SWANSON 37058 CHICAGO 05/07/83 05/22/83 08/07/83 PART II: PEOPLE MAD AT THE BANKS ALISON ROSENFELD, RON BANYAY, PAGE MELLISH, CALVET HAHN, GAYLE ESSAREY 37058 CHICAGO 05/25/83 05/29/83 07/31/83 01/27/85 BALLET - THE WORLD'S TOUGHEST SPORT CHRISTINE SPIZZO, MERRILL ASHLEY, CHRISTOPHER D'AMBOISE, KEVIN MCKENSIE 37060 CHICAGO (T) 05/25/83 05/29/83 07/31/83 02/12/84 12/22/85 06/15/86 THE LATEST WORD ON FOOTCARE JAMES PARKES, M.D., A. LOUIS SHURE, D.P.M., JOHN WALLER, M.D., MURRAY WEISENFELD, D.P.M. 37060 CHICAGO (T) 05/21/83 06/05/83 DAVID SUSSKIND AND FRIENDS JEAN KENNEDY, DAN BERKOWITZ, SAMANTHA SUSSKIND 37059 CHICAGO (T) 06/08/83 06/11/83 08/14/83 DR. CHARLES CLEMENTS, AN AMERICAN DOCTOR IN EL SALVADOR 37061 CHICAGO (T) 06/11/83 06/19/83 09/11/83 MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS DEANE W. LORD, MARY CAMERON LORD, LOIS WYSE, KATHERINE GOLDMAN 37062 CHICAGO (T) 06/11/83 06/19/83 09/11/83 PEOPLE WHO HAVE MOVED TO NEW YORK RAYNE BEAUDOIN, BONNIE KOLOC, KEVIN METHENY, MARY SUE MORRIS, KIM STEELE 37062 THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1983-1984 06/22/83 10/16/83 PART I: WHY CAN'T MEN SHOW AFFECTION?: MALE FRIENDSHIP RICHARD SCHICKEL, HERBERT GOULD, LARRY LEEDS, DAVID MICHEALIS 37063 CHICAGO (T) 10/17/83 10/23/83 07/15/84 A CONVERSATION WITH ANTHONY QUINN 37066 CHICAGO (T) 10/25/83 10/30/83 A MODERN MARK TWAIN: MAYOR ALFRED E. VELLUCCI OF CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 37068 CHICAGO (T) 10/15/83 11/06/83 FRIENDSHIP AMONG WOMEN JOANNA SIMON, CATHY CASH SPELLMAN, DEANE LORD, ALICE WHITE 37065 CHICAGO (T) 10/17/83 11/20/83 PART I: ANTHONY QUINN CONTINUED 37067 CHICAGO 11/23/83 11/27/83 PART I: HELEN GALLAGHER 37072 CHICAGO (T) 11/19/83 11/27/83 PART II: THE MAKING OF CARMEN PETER BROOK, ALEXANDER COHEN, HILDY PARKS 37072 CHICAGO 11/19/83 12/04/83 09/30/84 A PROBING LOOK AT THE RUSSIANS HEDRICK SMITH, DAVID SHIPLER 37071 CHICAGO (T) 11/23/83 12/11/83 07/29/84 PART I: BROADWAY AND HOLLYWOOD LAID BARE MILTON GOLDMAN, ANNA SOSENKO, RADIE HARRIS 37073 CHICAGO 12/10/83 12/18/83 09/09/84 PART I: RESTAURANTEURS SHELDON TANNEN, LELLO ARPAIA, SIRIO MACCIONI, ROBERT MEYZEN, GIANNI GARAVELLI 37069 CHICAGO (T) 10/29/83 12/18/83 09/09/84 PART II: PHOTOGRAPHER NORMAN PARKINSON 37069 CHICAGO (T) 12/17/83 12/25/83 PART I: CARD SHARK FRANK GARCIA 37077 CHICAGO (T) 12/17/83 12/25/83 PART II: SPECTACULAR EVENING GOWNS BY JANA JANA JAFFE DE ROSSELL 37077 CHICAGO (T) 11/30/83 01/01/84 PART I: BETTER THAN EVER: SHOW BUSINESS GREATS JOYCE BRYANT, SHERRY BRITTON 37075 CHICAGO 10/29/83 01/01/84 PART II: NOUVEAU IS BETTER THAN NO RICHE AT ALL MARYLIN BENDER, MONSIEUR MARC 37069 12/10/83 01/08/84 07/22/84 PART I: THE LATEST BREAKTHROUGHS IN THE TREATMENT OF HEART DISEASE MICHAEL DE BAKEY, M.D., ISADORE ROSENFELD, M.D. 37074 CHICAGO (T) 12/14/83 01/15/84 DO WE HAVE THE RIGHT TO KILL OURSELVES? VALERIA, DEREK HUMPHRY, DR. WILLIAM MARRA, PROFESSOR MARVIN KOHL, PROFESSOR DAVID BLEICH, DORIS PORTWOOD 37076 CHICAGO 01/11/84 01/22/84 08/19/84 WARNING: MEDICAL CARE MAY BE HAZARDOUS TO YOUR WEALTH SENATOR LOWELL WEICKER, MARTIN CHERKASKY, M.D., JOHN LARAGH, M.D. 40029 CHICAGO (T) 01/21/84 01/29/84 NEW YORK: A WONDERFUL TOWN MAYOR EDWARD KOCH, LEWIS RUDIN, ANTHONY BLISS 40030 (NY TV MUSEUM) 01/25/84 01/29/84 PART II: "NO NICE GIRL SWEARS" - ALICE-LEONE MOATS 40030 CHICAGO(T) 02/04/84 02/12/84 PART I: FORGET THE FEAR OF FLYING CAPTAIN T.W. 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BENITA EISLER, PAUL FUSSELL, TERRY NOEL TOWE 40038 CHICAGO 03/21/84 04/08/84 08/12/84 PART I: BIG TIME SPORTS ARE NOT FOR MEN ONLY DONNA DEVARONA, KATHERINE SWITZER, GINNY SEIPT, PATRICIA HALL 40037 CHICAGO (T) 03/24/84 04/08/84 08/12/84 PART II: "THE ULTIMATE SEDUCTION": AN INTERVIEW WITH CHARLOTTE CHANDLER 40037 CHICAGO 03/31/84 04/15/84 TOUGH JUDGES TALK ABOUT CRIME AND PUNISHMENT JUDGE BURTON ROBERTS, JUDGE HERBERT STERN 40039 CHICAGO (T) 04/16/84 04/22/84 PART I: EVERYTHING'S UP TO DATE IN KANSAS CITY MAYOR RICHARD L. BERKLEY, SANDRA DAY BERKLEY, ELLIS G. BRADLEY, BEVERLY BRADLEY, J.C. NICHOLS, JR., MARY NICHOLS 40043 CHICAGO (T) 04/16/84 04/22/84 PART II: AN INTERVIEW WITH SIR JAMES MURRAY 40043 04/09/84 04/29/84 09/16/84 AN INTERVIEW WITH A. BARTLETT GIAMATTI, PRESIDENT OF YALE UNIVERSITY 40042 CHICAGO (T) 03/31/84 05/06/84 PART I: YES, MR. 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The Century with Peter Jennings
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. "THE CENTURY" WITH PETER JENNNINGS 11:00:37 PACKAGE - Peter Jennings Commercial Break) ANNOUNCER: "The Century" continues. Here again, Peter Jennings. PETER JENNINGS, ABC News: When the broader adult world, represented by Ed Sullivan, accepted Elvis as one of its own, something of Presley's revolutionary appeal was lost. Elvis's moment at the crossroads of American culture had passed. In 1968, it appeared that Martin Luther King's moment at the crossroads might have passed as well. The civil rights struggle had become more complicated, its issues less clear cut, and many within the movement itself had grown frustrated with Dr. King's insistence on nonviolent protest. Dr. King needed a victory. DOROTHY COTTON, Aide to Dr. King: (singing) We're on our way to victory, we shall not be moved. We're on our way to victory, we shall not be moved. Just like a tree that's planted by the waters, we shall not be moved. MARTIN LUTHER KING'S STAFF: (singing) Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you... PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) On January the 15th, 1968, Martin Luther King celebrated his 39th birthday. MARTIN LUTHER KING'S STAFF: (singing)... happy birthday to you. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) It was to be his last. DOROTHY COTTON: And (inaudible), it says, "We are cooperating with Lyndon Johnson's war on poverty. Drop coins and bills in the cup." And (inaudible). He did say that he (inaudible). He said, "I dreamed I died and nobody came to my funeral." Now, there's a picture of Dr. King. You've seen that he's in deep thought. You've seen that picture many times. And he said, "And I'm lying there saying, Ralph... " meaning Ralph Abernathy, his best buddy -- "Ralph, go call those people, get those folk to come over here to my funeral." PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) Martin Luther King had always been certain that the civil rights movement would kill him. And shortly after this birthday, in the midst of a new struggle, his prediction would come true. DAVID J. GARROW, King Biographer: There's a guy named Abbie Mann (ph) who's a filmmaker who was talking about making a docudrama of King. And Mann says to King, "Well, how's the story end?" And King says, "It ends with me being shot." 11:02:38 1st NEWS ANNOUNCER: Memphis police report Reverend Martin Luther King has been shot. 2nd NEWS ANNOUNCER: Dr. King, 39 years old, Nobel Peace Prize winner, fatally wounded in Memphis as he stood on a hotel balcony. 11:02:41 3rd NEWS ANNOUNCER: Dr. King came to this city to help settle a garbage workers' strike which had been going on for two months here. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) During the last weeks of his life, Dr. King had come to this city on the banks of the Mississippi River to support garbage collectors. In one of the last great civil rights struggles, the workers had gone on strike after a tragic accident. TAYLOR ROGERS, Sanitation Worker: Well, we didn't have no white boys who was picking up garbage. The white boys was heavy equipment operators. No whites were picking up garbage, just the blacks. MINISTER: And whenever it rains, the white workers could go inside and get out of the rain. The black workers had to take shelter in the truck. JESSE EPPS, Union Leader: On this occasion, two men got in the back of the truck to escape the element, and somehow the mechanism of that truck got engaged. Either somebody hit one of the switches, or it was a malfunction. And that presser came down on them and crushed them to death. And so the men said, "No more. We will work no more." 11:03:40 STRIKE ORGANIZER: This is about our being willing to face macing, marching, and anything else in order to say no to racism and injustice. We will have a victory. Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES, Civil Rights Leader: The sign that they carried during the strike didn't say "Peace," it didn't say "Freedom," it didn't say "Justice." It said, "I am a man." PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) "It was a hell of a place for Dr. King to end up," a photographer said of his death. "And for one hell of a cause, a little garbage strike." But as it turned out, the events in Memphis leading up to Dr. King's death changed the civil rights movement and the way we remember its most famous leader. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, Jr.: I just want to do God's will. And I've seen the Promised Land. I may not get there with you, but I want you to know tonight that we as a people will get to the Promised Land. Rev. FRANK McRAE, Minister, United Methodist Church: As a child, I can hear it now, "If you don't go to school and learn things, you'll end up being a garbage man." And a garbage man was the worst thing you could be. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) In early 1968, Memphis garbage collectors were far from Dr. King's vision of the Promised Land for black Americans. They worked full time for the city but were paid so little that many still qualified for welfare. SANITATION WORKER'S WIFE: (crosstalk)... running water. Colored running water. REPORTER: No hot water? SANITATION WORKER'S WIFE: No hot water. TAYLOR ROGERS: I had eight kids that I was trying to educate, and I called my family, and we sat down and talked about it. They said, "Well, you know, you can't do no worser than you're doing now." JOHNIE HARDEMAN, Sanitation Worker: Shucks, you could have raised a chicken out of what we were making. That's right. I mean, that salary we was making, you couldn't raise a chicken on it, no way. MAN'S VOICE: For these men, who were at the lowest economic level, to challenge the system, that's unheard of. You can't do that. 11:05:47 CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT: Councilman Davis? COUNCILMAN DAVIS: Aye. CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENTS: Councilman Donaldson? COUNCILMAN DONALDSON: Aye. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) The men walked off the job on the 12th of February, 1968, and marched into city council chambers 10 days later. SANITATION WORKERS: (singing)... standing by the water... 11:06:02 PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) Singing "We Shall Not Be Moved," they refused to leave until the predominantly white city council met their demands. 11:06:07 SANITATION WORKER: But I want you to know one thing. I'm going to bring my little sleeping bag, because if the decision is not right, then, by jingo, I'm not going home any more. I mean it. WYETH CHANDLER, City Councilman: (inaudible) city saying, You've got a cotton bowl on the flag that needs to be ripped off and thrown in the river, because that represents slavery. And eventually they were eating salami off the beautiful antique tables. I think they were getting ready to just about tear the place apart. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) Prior to this confrontation, Memphis Mayor Henry Loeb (ph) had flatly refused to negotiate with the workers because it was against Tennessee law for city employees to strike. Rev. JAMES NETTERS, City Councilman: Mayor Loeb was a character that is very hard to describe without becoming offensive. He was not only, in my opinion, a segregationist, but he was a pighead. HENRY LOEB, Mayor of Memphis: Public employees cannot strike against their employer. And this you can't do. Rev. JAMES NETTERS: If the law said this, he was a sticker for that, and he had the general white community behind him. Mayor HENRY LOEB: I suggest to these men today that you go back to work. JESSE EPPS: The state of Tennessee says public employees could not strike, but also the moral law says that a man who works eight hours a day ought to be given a living wage, and his wife and his kids should not be hungry, and they should have running water, and they should have cleanliness of the house, and they should have health care and education. That law is bigger than Tennessee law. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) So ministers joined forces with the workers. Union officials descended from Washington. They all tried to pressure one of three black city councilors to make a public display that he was on their side. FRED L. DAVIS, City Councilman: Hold it, hold it, hold it. I will preside. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) It was a lot of pressure, Fred Davis remembers. FRED L. DAVIS: And I asked them, Do you want a performance, or do you want results? Wait a minute, wait a minute, wait minute, wait a minute. Don't force me to not represent you well... Now, I can try to get you results, but if I put on a performance, I'm going to alienate all of these white councilmen, and I won't never be able to get anything out of them. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) Davis asked workers to cool off so that he could work behind the scenes to pass a resolution that would meet their demands. The workers, thinking victory was near, called off the sit-in. But the full council had no intention of approving the plan, and the stage was set for the incident that would bring Martin Luther King to Memphis. WYETH CHANDLER: I think it's been compared to a seething boil that just simply had to be cut open. Rev. FRANK McRAE: This was a dilemma for this Southern town to understand what was going on and to try to do what was right, which was really a denial of the way we had lived all of our lives. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) While the fate of the Memphis strikers hung in the balance, Martin Luther King was in the middle of a major national project called the Poor People's Campaign. MOTHER: I am a mother with six kids, six -- and part of the time I don't even know where I'm going to get the next meal for my children. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) Dr. King was trying to take the civil rights movement in a new direction. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: It is easier to integrate a lunch counter than it is to eradicate slums. BILL RUTHERFORD, Aide to Dr. King: We had won the battle of being able to have entry into any public place. However, we didn't have the means to utilize them. It's one thing to have the right to go to a restaurant and another thing not to have the means to pay for a meal. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) With a plane trip and a public speaking engagement on average nearly every day, Dr. King was busy recruiting people for a massive march on Washington, just two months away. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: We want you all to come on to Washington when you get out of school. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) He no longer felt that joining smaller local struggles was the best use of his time. DOROTHY COTTON: Dr. King is now getting many invitations to come and help people in a lot of cities and towns. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: We're rushing to get over to Alabama, and we've enjoyed being in Mississippi today. DOROTHY COTTON: As a matter of fact, he got so many invitations that once he said, "I'm not a fireman, you know, I can't go just, you know, put out every little brush fire." PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) But King was about to change his mind, because of Memphis. On February the 23rd, a day after the raucous city council meeting, workers, union leaders, and ministers gathered in Ellis (ph) Auditorium, expecting to hear good news. Instead, they were shocked by a resolution that did not meet their demands. FRED L. DAVIS: The recommendation of our committee... I started to announce the agreement, and I said "Five cents an hour raise," and that is far as I got. The place went up in smoke and pandemonium hit, and somebody yelled from the balcony, "The nigger's gonna sell us for a nickel." It just went crazy. Wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute... Pastor JAMES LAWSON, Chairman, Strike Strategy Committee: The men, of course, were just outraged. They were shouting all kinds of slogans, "You promised us, and you betrayed us." TAYLOR ROGERS: We felt awful, you know, because we were ready to get back to work, and this come up and it killed it, put a damper on the whole thing. JESSE EPPS: The men were angry. They demanded that their spokesman be heard. They got up from their seats. Never before in the history would they think that these men who had been so docile now became so vocal, standing on their feet, not asked to be standing, they stood on their own. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) The workers were instructed to leave the auditorium and organize a march down Main Street. It was a way to vent their frustration. The strike leaders, like Dr. King, were staunch proponents of nonviolent demonstrations. Pastor JAMES LAWSON: We were very peaceful. But then suddenly we had not walked more than a block when squad cars came from everywhere and lined up alongside of us. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) The strikers had permission to walk on the right side of the road, but a police car kept driving over the line, crowding the demonstrators. Pastor JAMES LAWSON: I turned around and told the police officers, "Don't do that, you're trying to provoke us. You all stay on the other side of the line." PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) At first the police car stopped crossing the line. But when Lawson turned his back, he says, it started again. This time there was chaos. NEWS REPORTER: There's been a call for help from other officers. Officers are in trouble. Pastor JAMES LAWSON: I looked back, and I saw the men rocking this car. And instantly the police officers are pouring out of the cars with cans of Mace, and macing us. JOHNIE HARDEMAN: That tear gas was something else. Can't see. It's just like someone would take pepper, pepper water, and spray it in your eyes. And you have to breathe it. MAN'S VOICE: And it didn't matter who they were, women, men, clergy with collars on. They maced everybody. Pastor JAMES LAWSON: (voice-over) Never before in Memphis had the division between blacks and whites been so exposed. WYETH CHANDLER: At this time, you saw the disintegration of the city. You saw the hatred in people's eyes that just burned a hole right through you. FRED L. DAVIS: This city's going to hear, this city is going to give us justice. It's just that simple. Pastor JAMES LAWSON: There will be continued marches. We will not stop. Pastor JAMES LAWSON: The black community recognized that we were now in a major struggle. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) The strikers and their supporters immediately started daily marches. As far as they were concerned, the city had raised the stakes by breaking up their first major march. And this is when the call went out to Martin Luther King. WYETH CHANDLER: I didn't feel good when I heard that Reverend King was coming to Memphis, make no mistake about it. JOHN T. FISHER, Auto Dealer: The general sense in the community in which I live was that Martin Luther King was a trouble maker, that he was disruptive. But when Martin Luther King was invited to come to Memphis, it turned into an event that far exceeded anything I would have imagined at the time. (Commercial Break) ANNOUNCER: "The Century" continues. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: The year-old protest against city buses is officially called off, and the Negro citizens of Montgomery are urged to return to the buses tomorrow morning on a nonsegregated basis. DOROTHY COTTON: I see Martin Luther King lifting the sights of the people... 11:18:01 Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: I still have a dream... DOROTHY COTTON:... instilling a new vision of what it meant to be free. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: We are saying we ain't gonna let nobody turn us around. DOROTHY COTTON: And then I remember once that I think it was Rabbi Heschel (ph) who introduced him and talked about him and actually used the word -- talked about him as though he were a saint. And Dr. King seemed depressed after that beautiful introduction, because, you know, he knew he was not a saint, and wished that he were. SPEAKER: We very seldom think that here's a man like us, like other men... PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) When he first got the call to join the Memphis garbage strike, Martin Luther King understood well that many followers still hoped he could perform miracles. And the expectation weighed heavily on him. SPEAKER: I think we very seldom realize the extent to which Dr. King has most of the burden put on his shoulders. DAVID J. GARROW: The three or four people closest to Martin Luther King realized privately that Dr. King was more stressed out, more depressed than he had ever before been in his life. DOROTHY COTTON: You know, sometimes he was, you know, walking around in, you know, just sort of a zombie-like state because he hadn't had any sleep. But he couldn't sleep. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) In the previous summer, Dr. King had seen violence erupt in black ghettos. It was the worst rioting the nation had ever seen. 1st NEWS ANNOUNCER: Governor Romney of Michigan and the local officials in Detroit have been unable to bring the situation under control. 2nd NEWS ANNOUNCER: Hundreds were arrested, 30 killed. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) Many blacks blamed Martin Luther King for not doing enough to help poor blacks living in the cities. Many whites said he'd lost control of the civil rights movement. DOROTHY COTTON: Dr. King was deeply distressed and struggled with, you know, the position that he should take in the light of all of this criticism. SPEAKER: And so I'd like to invite Dr. King to bring you words on our Poor People's Campaign in Washington. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) Now, with the Poor People's March, Dr. King was about to gamble that he could attract thousands of supporters to Washington to demonstrate without an outbreak of violence. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: Thank you very kindly... PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) And some of King's followers were doubtful that he would be able to keep things under control. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.:... and power for poor people... KENNETH GOINGS, Historian: Dr. King was really wondering, was the movement over? Had the message been lost? And he needed success to show that he was still a leader and the movement could still function. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) Meanwhile, in Memphis, the garbage strike continued, and the black community was making little headway with the city's mayor, Henry Loeb. Mayor HENRY LOEB: Let no one make a mistake about it, the garbage is going to be picked up in Memphis. If the men do not return to work immediately, we will have no choice but to employ others to protect the public health. 11:21:01 PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) The date had been set for Martin Luther King to visit Memphis. Loeb still refused to recognize the strike as a civil rights struggle. And most of the city's white community supported him. LEWIS DONELSON, City Councilman: Mayor Loeb was very, very big into meeting with the common people. He had open houses maybe twice a week. And, you know, the proverbial little old ladies in tennis shoes came down to see him, and he talked to them. JOHN T. FISHER: He was absolutely convinced he was doing the right thing. And one of the ways he showed us that was, he reached and picked up a sack of letters and shook them in our face while we were sitting there to tell us how much support he had. LEWIS DONELSON: He felt like that he had the pulse of the people. It really didn't seem to react on him that those people were 100 percent white. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) With Mayor Loeb standing firm, some workers were losing heart, returning to work at the rate of two or three a day. Rev. FRANK McRAE: He told me a number of times that no matter what happened, he would never give in to the union, never. He thought he'd wear them out. JOHNIE HARDEMAN: Well, I tell you the truth, when those people started going back, I tell you the truth, I just almost give up on winning. TAYLOR ROGERS: Morale had begun to get low, and men had started wondering about that. But when Dr. King came in, we knew that we had him and God on our side. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: And it is criminal to have people working on a full-time basis at a full-time job getting part-time income. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) It was March the 18th, 1968, a month into the strike. Dr. King had finally come to Memphis to inspire hope, as he had done so many times in the earlier days of the civil rights movement. 11:22:57 Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: One day our society will come to respect the sanitation worker if it is to survive. For the person who picks up our garbage in the final analysis is as significant as the position, for if he doesn't do his job, diseases are rampant. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) King had planned to give just this one speech in support of the strikers. But then something happened. Pastor JAMES LAWSON: I want you to imagine these very wide aisles, and people were standing shoulder to shoulder. He sensed the unity, he sensed the friendship and the warmth. He sensed that, indeed, this was one of the movements of the South that he had led in the past. And he was turned on by this mass meeting in Memphis. JESSE EPPS: Dr. King turned to me on stage that night and said, "You know," he said, "I got a great feeling that this is the movement," he says. Pastor JAMES LAWSON: He said to me, "Jim, you are doing in Memphis what I hope to do with the Poor People's Campaign." We had gotten into one of the tough issues, that is, workers who need good work and decency and living wages while they work. He saw Memphis as pulling the movement into the right direction. So it was a watershed movement from his point of view. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: Through our planes we were able to draw up distance and place time and change. Through our submarines, we were able to penetrate oceanic depths. Seems that I can hear the God of the Universe saying, "Even though you've done all of that, I was hungry, and you fed me not." Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES: At the close of his speech, people were standing, still clapping, and he may have said in his remarks that we should support the striking workers and we should have a march. And my goodness, the place just went bonkers when he said that. So I said, "Would you come back and lead it?" And some other people were saying, "Yes, will you come back and lead it?" He said, "Well, let's work it out." I said, "Well, announce it, announce it." He said, "We are going to have a work stoppage in support of the garbage workers, and I want to come back and lead it." And the place just -- "Aaaahhhhh!" PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) That night at the Lorraine Motel, while his staff continued to prepare for the Poor People's Campaign, King talked about his plans for a second visit. Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES: After the rally, when we went back to the motel, there was a choir there from college. And when they found out that Dr. King was in the vicinity, they insisted that they had to sing for him, because they would probably never get this opportunity in 10,000 years or 1,000 years. And so they came in in their pajamas and the rollers in their hair and all the things that ladies do in preparation for bed, and sang beautifully. And he was quite moved by it, and we all thought that was a good sign, a very good sign. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) For King, returning to Memphis meant more than helping a local garbage strike. The stakes were much higher. KENNETH GOINGS: They wanted to use Dr. King to gain publicity for the strike, but King wanted to also use the strike to gain publicity for his movement and to show that he could still lead a movement. DAVID J. GARROW: King had indicated how after Montgomery, everybody believed that he'd be able to pull a rabbit out of whatever hat someone handed him. That expectation that he could always deliver a victory was a very oppressive burden on King. (Commercial Break) ANNOUNCER: "The Century: Memphis Dreams" continues. MAN'S VOICE: Dr. King has said he will come to Memphis for the march. We're also serving notice on the city of Memphis that the time for moving hastily towards genuine change is at hand. NEWS REPORTER: The march began to move from Mason Temple about five minutes to 11:00. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) The day for King's big march to support the garbage workers began with great movement spirit. His plane was late, but thousands of marchers had been assembling since early morning, as if for a giant street carnival. HESTER MOORE, Strike Supporter: I wanted to be there early, because I kept saying, I want to be near Dr. King. I wanted to be near Dr. King. I want to be close to Dr. King. 2nd NEWS REPORTER: Hundreds of people have joined. There must be 5,000 at this time. HESTER MOORE: There were, like, seas and seas of black people. FRANK McRAE: The first time I marched with the workers, I marched beside a man who had a white sign with black letters on it that said, "I am a man." And then I realized all of his life he had been "boy," because white people didn't address black people as men and women. It was, "Hey, boy." TAYLOR ROGERS: You felt like you were somebody. You felt like you was a man, not a boy. You felt like you was tired of people running over you, and you were going to stand up and be a man. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) Martin Luther King finally joined the march an hour after it was due to begin. People were getting restless, and there was tension between those who wanted a peaceful march and some trouble makers. Pastor JAMES LAWSON: I walked to one corner where there was a young man haranguing people. I didn't know him, I'd never seen him before. Obviously an agitator of some kind. I asked him to stop, and I tried to say to him, "Look, this is to be a nonviolent march. We've invited women and children to be with us." HESTER MOORE: I remember hearing, "Dr. King is here, Dr. King is here." Then the adults were saying, "Stay in line, stay in line." Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES: When the march moved off, it was already out of control, because there were people standing around, there were people drinking. The police could not control that, they were not even down in that part of the march. They were protecting the property up on Main Street. And then I could hear this sound, it was an unusual sound. I didn't know what it was. 3rd NEWS REPORTER: You can hear them yelling in the background. Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES: They were breaking out the store windows. 3rd NEWS REPORTER: (inaudible) we're now rolling up our windows. They are beginning now to break more windo ws (inau dible ), I don't know what' s happe ning here. HESTER MOORE: All of a sudden, people started running and screaming, "Go back to the church, go back to the -- run, run!" 3rd NEWS REPORTER: (inaudible) complete disorder has broken out here... HESTER MOORE: It was just horrible. I actually thought I was going to die. Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES: There was a policeman standing near me, and I could hear voices on the radio saying, "The nigrahs are rioting, the nigrahs are rioting." These young folks took the signs off of the sticks that were holding the signs and started breaking out the windows. Pastor JAMES LAWSON: As I turned the corner onto Main Street, I see a phalanx of police. They have on their helmets. They are in complete battle gear. 3rd NEWS REPORTER: The police have just been given instructions to break up the march. HESTER MOORE: They waded into the crowd and started beating anybody in sight. And I just saw blood, you know, people were just bleeding. And I remember standing there and saying, "Why?" That's not how Dr. King wanted it. Because they were looting. They started pulling things out of the stores. This was not supposed to happen. POLICE OFFICER: Get off the street. Do not assemble in groups. (inaudible)... Pastor JAMES LAWSON: Then I said to Martin King, "Martin, I want you to leave, because I'm turning the march around." And he immediately protested and said, "People will say I'm a coward and I'm running away." And I said, "I recognize that," but I said, "I'm stopping the march and turning it back." POLICE OFFICER: Get out of the street. 3rd NEWS REPORTER: Martin Luther King is getting into an automobile. Martin Luther King has left the march. Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES: The fellows who were around Martin had to pick him up bodily to take him to the Rivermont Hotel, which had just recently been integrated. And I went over there, and he was lying in bed, not in pajamas, but just lying on the bed in his clothes. And he was so despondent, and he was just -- he said, "What do you think happened? What happened? What happened?" Mayor HENRY LOEB: And of course we did ask for the National Guard at 11:32 this morning. There'll be 4,000 troops in this city by 6 p.m., 250 Tennessee... JOHN T. FISHER: I didn't think it would get this far. And I can remember truly feeling that the day I stood in the showroom of my automobile dealership looking out to Union Avenue and seeing trucks go by with tanks on them. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) The day after the disastrous march was one of the lowest moments in Dr. King's career. REPORTER: Dr. King, you've been criticized for coming in from outside and then abandoning the march when the going got rough. What' s your react ion to that? Pastor JAMES LAWSON: There was severe criticism of Martin King. It was said that we caused the riot, that was what was said. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: We did not run, as the Memphis paper said. We walked very slowly. And as I walked, I was agonizing over what had developed. Mayor HENRY LOEB: When the march degenerated into a riot, abandoned by its leaders, the police, with my full sanction, took the necessary action to restore law and order. DAVID J. GARROW: It was said that this is the last gasp of a nonviolent movement. REPORTER: Dr. King, can you or will you guarantee that there will be no violence during your next march in Memphis? Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: I am convinced that we can have here and in Washington a massive nonviolent campaign. DAVID J. GARROW: After March 28, which, in his mind, was the greatest public disaster that had ever befallen his reputation, King knows that he has to pull off a success. That pressure was perhaps as great as it might ever have been in his life. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) With Memphis in shambles, the Poor People's Campaign was in jeopardy. If King could not lead a peaceful demonstration in Memphis, could he lead one in Washington? Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: One of the problems is that I'm running into so many people now... PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) Back with his staff, King debated whether to lead another Memphis march. Some staff members thought Memphis was political quicksand. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: The first thing they say, "I want to be in Washington." JESSE EPPS: But I said to them that really, you can't go to Washington but by Memphis, because if we cannot have a peaceful march in Memphis, they make a case that you're not going to have it in Washington. KING AIDE: But don't let everything go too fast on you, and you can't... DOROTHY COTTON: He sat there all this time, listening to the staff arguing so violently the pros and cons. And everybody holding onto their position. Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES: His staff said, "We don't really have time, because we're running behind schedule with the Poor People's Campaign, and we just don't have time to do it." And he overruled the staff. He said, "No," he said, "this is what the Poor People's Campaign's about, poor working people." He said, "We're going to come back to Memphis, and we're going to have a peaceful march. We're going to do that." PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) April the 3rd, 1968. Despite tornado warnings, 2,000 people still turned out to hear Martin Luther King speak. JESSE EPPS: I shan't forget, it will be etched in my memory for all the years to come, the clouds came in and the weather -- it was as if somehow the Providence was against us. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) When King had arrived for this third and final trip to Memphis, he was tired. At first he decided to stay behind at the Lorraine Motel, and he sent Ralph Abernathy to Mason Temple to give the main speech in his place. Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES: He said, "You guys go over and have the rally, I'll stay here and work on the Poor People's Campaign." When we walked in, Ralph's preacher sense said, "Wait a minute, these people are not clapping for us, they think Martin's behind us." He said, "I ain't making no speech tonight." We went to the phone and called Martin and said, "Man, you better get over here. These people came out in the weather to see you, and you need to get over here." He said, "Well, if you think I need to come, I'll come." But we almost missed the Mountaintop speech. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) And so the evening began in earnest, with a 25-minute introduction of King by Ralph Abernathy. RALPH ABERNATHY: And sometimes we ought to stop and introduce a man properly. Martin Luther King was born in Atlanta, Georgia... Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES: Black audiences know how to move a speaker on, and they didn't do that to Ralph. Usually they would say, "Amen, amen, brother." That means, "Get out of the way." Never said it. The wind was blowing the shutters in the temple, and every time they would bang, he would jump and look around, Martin would. And they would say, Bam! And I noticed that it was making him really nervous. So I got the janitor to turn the fans on so the shutters would blow out, and so they wouldn't bang. RALPH ABERNATHY: The Moses of 1968, Martin Luther King. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) Finally it was King's turn to speak. He took no script to the podium. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: You know, several years ago, I was in New York City autographing the first book that I had written. And while sitting there autographing books, a demented black woman came up. Before I knew it, I had been stabbed by this demented woman. It came out in "The New York Times" the next morning that if I had merely sneezed, I would have died. Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES: He preached the fear out of him of death. He worked it out. That whole speech was about getting death behind him. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: Well, I don't know what will happen now. We've got some difficult days ahead. But it really doesn't matter with me now, because I've been to the mountaintop. And I don't mind. Like anybody, I would like to live a long life. Longevity has its place. But I'm not concerned about that now. I just want to do God's will. And he has allowed me to go up to the mountain. And I've looked over and I've seen the Promised Land. I may not get there with you, but I want you to know tonight that we as a people will get to the Promised Land. So I'm happy tonight. I'm not worried about anything, I'm not fearing any man. Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord. Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES: We were just standing there crying. We didn't know why we were crying. We were just -- we just stood there and looked at each other, said, "Oh, my God." DOROTHY COTTON: I know people speculated afterwards that he sensed that he had done all that he was called to do, and some of us believe that perhaps he had done all he was called to do. "I may not get there with you, but I've been to the mountaintop. I've seen the Promised Land." But my people -- and my people will get to the Promised Land. Ooh. (Commercial Break) ANNOUNCER: "The Century" continues. DOROTHY COTTON: (singing) We're on our way to victory, we shall not be moved. We're on our way to victory, we shall not be moved. Just like a tree that's planted by the waters, we shall not be moved. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) In their brief journey together, the garbage workers had struggled to tell the world that they were men. Dr. King had struggled to remind others he was only a man. Now the journey was to come to an end. The night after King's speech at the Lorraine Motel, he dressed for dinner. Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES: Martin asked me in the room while we were preparing to go why I thought the old movement spirit had come to Memphis, come back to Memphis. And I said, "I think people really identify with the garbage workers." And it was a very relaxed time. He had really come out of that depression, and he preached the fear out of him of death the night before. And he was just in a very light mood. So we walked on the balcony, Martin here and I'm here. And he was greeting people he had not seen in the courtyard. And I walked about five steps. And the shot rang out. BAY- OW! And I ran to him, and it was like a nightmare. I was trying to wake up, but I was already awake. It was like I was shaking my head. This gaping hole -- The necktie that I picked out for him after he'd put another shirt on, the impact of the bullet severed the knot and turned it upside down. And I don't know why I remembered that. But it's etched in my mind. I ran in the room and picked up the phone, and I couldn't get the operator. So I was saying, "Answer the phone, answer the phone, answer the phone!" HESTER MOORE: I was out taking driver's education, and we were sitting in class. And there was another trooper that came in the class, and beckoned the state trooper that was teaching the class to come here. And when he said something to him, this trooper just turned, totally red. He had such a fear on his face. I mean, it was like he -- you know. So he came to the front of the class, and he said, "Class is dismissed. Dr. King has been shot." BILL RUTHERFORD: I didn't believe it. I thought it was not possible. I arrived at the office, and people were having hysterics. "Dr. King's been shot, Dr. King is dead," someone even said to me. I said, "Don't be ridiculous." I said, "That's the most ridiculous rumor I've ever heard, please stop." WYETH CHANDLER: I'm sorry that anybody gets killed. I don't -- I'm not in anyone's -- not any sorrier that it, you know -- the one thing that happened that -- I was sorry it happened in Memphis. I knew that Memphis now would have the Dallas syndrome, where -- "Oh, yes, that's where they killed King." JOHNIE HARDEMAN: And it just looked like the end of the world had come. It sure did. DOROTHY COTTON: (singing) I've been in the storm so long, oh, let me tell you, sister, just how I've come along. Give me a little time to pray. With a hung-down head and an aching heart, Lord, give me a little time to pray. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) The day after King's assassination, more than 300 religious leaders went to the mayor's office to say, "Enough is enough." It was time to settle the strike. Rev. FRANK McRAE: So I called Henry and said, "Henry, we're coming." And he said, "You're going to get in trouble." I said, "There's no way, Henry, that I can stop them from coming." PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) That day Loeb's phone was never silent, his office never empty. JOHN T. FISHER: The same people who had asked him to stand his ground told him to abandon the ground. And the basic tone was, "Henry, settle it. I don't care what you do, but this has gone too far." WYETH CHANDLER: I think that some of his best friends had called and said, "Now look what you've done, you've ruined the city, you've caused a calamity, you've killed, you know, the blacks' messiah." And he was stricken. MINISTER: If we had been able to get a hearing, as ministers of the black community, we never would have needed to send for King or anybody else. Mayor Loeb, in opening the meeting, he asked me to offer a prayer. I said, "You're the man who caused his death." You know, "To me, you're the man." I said, "Mayor, I'm sorry, I just -- I can't pray on this occasion." PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) In the wake of Dr. King's death, Memphis couldn't avoid the national spotlight. Even President Johnson got involved in the local strike. He sent a negotiator from the Labor Department to help iron out an agreement between the garbage workers and the city. LABOR DEPARTMENT NEGOTIATOR: This labor dispute is like the tiny pebble dropped in a calm pool, and the rings that are created have gone out and out and out, and have created fantastic problems throughout our nation. And they all begin here. FRED L. DAVIS: Many years after we went through this ordeal and people came at me with difficult things, I would laugh them off and say, you know, "You can't faze me, I've been through the sanitation strike. Just make your best shot." All in favor of the resolution, let it be known by saying aye. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) It was April the 16th, and the workers gathered one more time to consider an agreement. They voted overwhelmingly to end the strike. And every worker knew at what cost. JOHNIE HARDEMAN: If Dr. King hadn't have got killed, I don't believe we would have made it, because those people was crossing the line so fast. And I think that's what done it. It's bad to say it that it happened, but I still say, if he hadn't got killed, I don't think we would have made it. I really don't. Rev. FRANK McRAE: The sanitation strike in Memphis was where Memphis was catapulted into a new age and a new day for the life of this city. We can no longer go back and live the way we once did. And some of that is frightening, but nevertheless, we must persevere. PETER JENNINGS: (voice-over) The strike had lasted 64 days. Martin Luther King had been killed. But Memphis had finally said to every one of its garbage collectors, "You are a man." And early the next morning, they went back to work. Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: We've got some difficult days ahead. But it really doesn't matter with me now, because I've been to the mountaintop. Rev. SAMUEL BILLY KYLES: There has to be a witness to that crucifixion. And so my witness is that Martin Luther King, Jr., didn't die in some foolish way. But he died, gave his life, helping garbage workers. (Commercial Break) PETER JENNINGS: That's "The Century" for this Monday evening. We will be back on Thursday. I hope you'll join us then. I'm Peter Jennings. Good night.
1970S TELEVISION SHOWS
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CAROLYN BELL, MARSHALL LOEB, ROBERT LEKACHMAN 25502 09/29/74 08/10/75 PART I: WOMEN ALONE -- DIVORCEES & WIDOWS PAT LOUD, RENE CARPENTER, LYNN CAINE, MERLE SHAIN 25501 CHICAGO 09/29/74 PART II: THE MAD ADVENTURES OF RABBI KORFF RABBI BARUCH KORFF 25501 10/06/74 CAN OUR CITIES BE SAVED? MAYORS KEVIN WHITE, JOSEPH ALIOTO, MOON LANDRIEU, RICHARD HATCHER, ABE BEAME 25503 10/13/74 A CONVERSATION WITH BILL MOYERS BILL MOYERS 25504 CHICAGO 10/20/74 FUMBLERS, BUMBLERS, SOLDIERS, SPIES -- ALL ABOUT THE CIA CONGRESSMAN MICHAEL HARRINGTON, SEYMOUR HERSH, DR. RAY S. CLINE, WILLIAM RUSHER, TAD SZULC 25508 10/27/74 PORTRAIT OF A FUNNYMAN: MILTON BERLE MILTON BERLE 25506 CHICAGO (T), UCLA 11/03/74 PART I: GORE VIDAL ON THE DECLINE & FALL OF AMERICA GORE VIDAL 11/03/74 PART II: AS OTHERS SEE US -- FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS GITTA BAUER, STEPHEN BARBER, CLAUDE MOISY 11/10/74 07/27/75 PART I: "DEAR ANN LANDERS...I HAVE A PROBLEM" ANN LANDERS 23244 CHICAGO 11/10/74 07/25/75 PART II: HOW TO BE YOUR OWN BEST FRIEND -- DRS. NEWMAN & BERKOWITZ MILDRED NEWMAN, BERNARD BERKOWITZ 23244 CHICAGO 11/17/74 09/14/75 FACING DEATH: A YOUNG MAN WHO HAS SIX MONTHS TO LIVE LARRY & MARIAN BOHNE, ROBERT NEALE, SAMUEL KLAGSBRUN 25513 DC 11/24/74 07/13/75 PART I: THE TRUTH ABOUT FAT FARMS EMILY WILKINS, JAMES VILLAS, KAY THOMAS, SUZANNE PIEROT 23238 DC 11/17/74 07/13/75 PART II: "I AM THE SON OF THE REAL GODFATHER": A CONVERSATION WITH BILL BONANNO BILL BONANNO 23238 DC 12/01/74 SIX SOVIET STUDENTS COMPARE LIFE IN THE U.S. AND THE U.S.S.R. ALEXANDER TSEPELEV, EVGENY KRAMARENKO, ANDREY MALOV, ALEXANDER MARKIN, SERGEY KARMENSKY, IGOR POLUYAN DAVID KUNST 25509 12/08/74 ARE DOCTORS GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER? -- THE MEDICAL MALPRACTICE MESS RONNIE HARRISON, N. CARL SCHWARTZ, DR. BURTON WHITE, DR. GEORGE SAYPOL, DR. CYRIL WECHT, JOHN J. BOWER, ALFRED JULIEN 25505 12/15/74 CAN WE FEED 500 MILLION STARVING PEOPLE DR. JOHN KNOWLES, SARWAR LATEEF, GARRETT HARDIN, ALAN BERG, LESTER BROWN 25512 12/22/74 PART I: THE IRREPRESSIBLE REX REED REX REED 25514 DC 12/22/74 07/20/75 PART II: THE SECRET WORLD OF PLANTS RANDALL FONTES, RICHARD CHAMPION, RALPH SNODSMITH, PROFESSOR ARTHUR GALSTON, PETER TOMPKINS 25514 DC 12/29/74 07/06/75 PART I: THE LAST OF THE MOVIE MOGULS: JOSEPH E. LEVINE JOSEPH E. LEVINE 25515 DC 12/29/74 07/06/75 PART II: THE MEANEST CRITIC IN AMERICA: JOHN SIMON JOHN SIMON 25515 DC 01/05/75 08/24/75 PART I: TO SLEEP, PER CHANCE TO DREAM -- ALL ABOUT INSOMNIA DR. RICHARD BOOTZIN, JUNE FREBERGE, ABRAHAM WEINBERG, RICHARD KAGAN, DR. PETER HAURI 25516 DC 01/05/75 08/24/75 PART II: GROWING OLD IN AMERICA MAE LAUFER, MOLLY POLLAK, JULIA AVERY, MARY KEALTY, SARA RICKARD, CHRISTINE TARATETA 25516 DC 01/12/74 06/29/75 SIX JUDGES DEBATE CRIME AND PUNISHMENT ALPHONSO SEPE, BRUCE WRIGHT, NICHOLAS TSOUCALAS, ALFRED BURKA, CHARLES HALLECK, BURTON ROBERTS 25518 01/19/75 PART I: PROFILE OF A FASCINATING WOMAN: CLARE BOOTHE LUCE CLARE BOOTH LUCE 25507 01/19/75 08/10/75 PART II: SHERLOCK HOLMES IS ALIVE AND WELL NICHOLAS MEYER, JOHN BENNETT SHAW, ALBERT ROSENBLATT, SAM ROSENBERG 25507 CHICAGO 01/26/75 IT'S HELL BEING UNEMPLOYED -- SIX VICTIMS OF THE RECESSION CHARLES GROHE, PAUL JARVIS, ANNE IMHOFF, RICHARD CAMPBELL, MARY LOU BRIGGS, VERNON MCCOY 25520 01/26/75 PART II: EXPERTS LOUIS LEVINE, JAMES FUCHS 25520 02/02/75 08/17/75 PART I: TEEN-AGE CRIMINALS TELL ALL 25517 CHICAGO, DC 02/02/75 08/17/75 PART II: EXPERTS DISCUSS TEEN-AGE CRIMINALS DR. ESTHER ROTHMAN, ASSEMBLYMAN ALFRED DELLIBOVI, DETECTIVE IRWIN SILVERMAN, CHARLES KING 25517 CHICAGO, DC 02/09/75 PART I: NATURAL CHILDBIRTH -- A LABOR OF LOVE DR. IRWIN CHABON, CAROLYN HECHT, ROGER AND CAROL AUGLIERA, JULIE AND TOM CORE 25522 02/09/75 PART II: WILLIAM "FISHBAIT" MILLER WILLIAM "FISHBAIT" MILLER 25522 02/16/75 HAS HENRY KISSINGER OUTLIVED HIS USEFULLNESS SENATOR JACOB JAVITS, JOSEPH KRAFT, ANTHONY LEWIS, DR. ZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKI 25525 02/23/75 09/07/75 PART I: THE MYSTERY OF THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE JOHN WALLACE SPENCER, CLAES ROOTH, DON HENRY, DAMIAN HOUSMAN, CHARLES BERLITZ 25519 CHICAGO, DC 02/23/75 09/07/75 PART II: THE AGONY OF BEING BLACK IN SOUTH AFRICA JOHN KANI, WINSTON NTSHONA 25519 CHICAGO, DC 03/02/75 IS PSYCHIATRY DEAD -- 6 PSYCHIATRISTS IN HEATED DEBATE DR. NATHAN S. KLINE, DR. SAUL TUTTMAN, DR. E. FULLER TORREY, DR. THEODORE LIDZ, DR. RICHARD M. RESTAK, DR. RAYMOND VEEDER 25526 03/09/75 CAN ARABS AND ISRAELIS LIVE IN PEACE? PART I: EGYPTIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE U.N. DR. ESMAT ABDEL-MEGUID 25533 03/09/75 CAN ARABS AND ISRAELIS LIVE IN PEACE? PART II: AN ISRAELI ANSWER -- DR. SHLOMO AVINERI 25530 03/16/75 PART I: ILLEGAL ALIENS WHO LIVE IN FEAR 25528 03/16/75 PART II: EXPERTS DEBATE DEPORTATION OR AMNESTY FATHER LOUIS GIGANTE, EDWARD KAVAZANJIAN, IRA GOLLOBIN, JAMES BISHOP, ARTHUR FRIEDMAN, NICHOLAS KISBURG 25528 03/23/75 07/27/75 PART I: WHAT GOES ON BEHIND LOCKED DOORS: 12 JURORS DISCUSS THEIR VERDICT JOHN BURDSALL, BUNNY WEISS, HAROLD KEELING, KAREN SEITEL, PHINEAS YOSHIDA, THERESA MORRISON, NED HOPKINS, GLORIA MORALES, MAE JOHNSON, ELICH BUDOVSKY, CHARITY SHACKELFORD, ARTHUR COLLINS 25531 DC 03/23/75 07/27/75 PART II: JOSEPH BURTON -- FORMER SPY FOR THE F.B.I. 25531 DC 03/30/75 06/22/75 PART I: GOD AND THE REVEREND COFFIN AT YALE WILLIAM SLOANE COFFIN, JR. 25529 DC 03/30/75 06/22/75 PART II: DAVID KLEIN - A CONSUMER WHO FIGHTS BACK PROFESSOR DAVID KLEIN 25529 DC 04/06/75 THE DESPERATION OF THE BLACKS REVEREND JESSE JACKSON, MARGARET BUSH WILSON, CONG. RONALD DELLUMS, VERNON JORDAN, JR., BAYARD RUSTIN, JULIAN BOND 25523 04/13/75 PART I: WILLIAM LOEB: THE MAN POLITICIANS FEAR MOST 25532 04/13/75 PART II: A SNEAK PREVIEW OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY JOHN PERRONI, DAVID BANKS, ROBERT RAICHE, LUCILLE KELLEY, KIM ZACHOS, JERRY CARMEN 25532 04/20/75 PART I: THE INSIDE STORY OF AN ACADEMY AWARD MOVIE: "HEARTS AND MINDS" PETER DAVIS, BERT SCHNEIDER, WALTER GOODMAN 25534 04/20/75 PART II: TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION HERBERT MOSS, DENISE DENNISTON, DON PEASE, DR. ALFRED JENKINS, JAMES SINCLAIR, CHARLES DONAHUE 25534 04/27/75 HOW TO FIND A "GOOD" NURSING HOME -- PART I: ELDERLY PEOPLE HAPPY IN THEIR HOMES ANNETTE RUEFF, LORETTA GERARD, DR. RICHARD BLACK, TILLIE LEVY, LENA ROUDA, ANNA WEISS 25533 DC 04/27/75 HOW TO FIND A "GOOD" NURSING HOME -- PART II: NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATORS WHO CARE JACOB REINGOLD, MOTHER M BERNADETTE, PASTOR RICHARD REICHARD, DR. EVERETT LUTHER, REV. HOWARD WASHBURN 25533 DC 05/04/75 PART I: J.F.K. WITHOUT TEARS BENJAMIN BRADLEE 25535 05/04/75 PART II: BUTLERS TELL ALL TONY BECKETT, HENRY BURKE, ERIC BERTENSHAW, LORENZE ARMENDARIZ 25535 05/11/75 PART I: THE P.L.O. OBSERVER TO THE U.N. SAADAT HASAN 25538 05/11/75 PART II: ISRAEL'S NEW AMBASSADOR TO THE U.N.: GEN. CHAIM HERZOG 25538 05/18/75 PART I: KISS & TELL -- THE LIFE AND LOVES OF HELEN LAWRENSON 25536 05/18/75 PART II: FOREIGN MEDICAL STUDENTS RICHARD LANDER, MIKE RITOTA, THOMAS MATRKA, ANDREW WELLMAN, ROBERT BRAUN, JUDY WRIGHT 25536 05/25/75 THE DECLINE & FALL OF RICHARD NIXON -- PART I: THEODORE WHITE 25539 05/25/75 THE DECLINE & FALL OF RICHARD NIXON -- PART II: JIMMY BRESLIN 25539 06/01/75 STOP THE PRESSES: 6 JOURNALISTS CRITICIZE THEIR CRAFT JAMES WECHSLER, PATRICK BUCHANAN, RICHARD POLLAK, NEIL SHEEHAN, PAUL WEAVER, J. ANTHONY LUKAS 25537 06/08/75 CAMPUS '75: CUTTHROAT COMPETITION FOR GRADES -- PART I: STUDENTS FRED WEISS, JOHN MACEY, RICHARD SANDLER, FRAN CARPENTIER, "KIP" EAWLEY, GENE BUCKNER, JONATHAN DAVIS 25524 06/08/75 CAMPUS '75: CUTTHROAT COMPETITION FOR GRADES -- PART II: DEANS DR. ERNEST BUCK, DR. PHILLIP MAYERSON, DR. ELDON NONNAMAKER, ARCHIE EPPS, LEE VERSTANDIG 25524 06/15/75 PART I: A CONVERSATION WITH A CHIMP NIM CHIMPSKY, STEPHANIE LAFARGE, DR. HERBERT TERRACE, DR. GEOFFREY BOURNE 25540 DC 06/15/75 07/20/75 PART II: "THE KIDNAPPING OF THE PRESIDENT" CHARLES TEMPLETON 25540 DC 06/15/75 PART III: 102 YEAR OLD MAN MORTIMER CHESHIRE 25540 DC THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1975-76 09/21/75 WHO KILLED JOHN F. KENNEDY - PART I DAVID BELIN, WESLEY LIEBELER, JOSIAH THOMPSON, DR. JOHN K. LATTIMER, DR. ROBERT JOLING, ALLARD LOWENSTEIN 26701 DC 09/28/75 WHO KILLED JOHN F. KENNEDY - PART II DAVID BELIN, WESLEY LIEBELER, ALLARD LOWENSTEIN, PETER DALE SCOTT, FRANK MANKIEWICZ 26702 DC 10/05/75 06/20/76 DIVORCED MEN WHO WON CUSTODY OF THEIR CHILDREN JERRY RENKE, RICHARD DAVAMOS, BILL BELICKIS, THOMAS SCHENDORF, DR. PAUL HANSON, ALFRED PASCARELLA 25541 DC 10/05/75 06/20/76 PART II: BILL GERAWAY 25541 DC 10/12/75 ARE EUROPEAN WOMEN DIFFERENT MRS. OSCAR DE LA RENTA, DIANE VON FURSTENBERG, ADELA HOLZER, MAXIME DE LA FALAISE MCKENDRY 25542 10/12/75 PART II: VEGETARIANS FRANCES GOULART, VIRGINIA BELL, HOHN MCMATH, FRANCES MOORE LAPPE, LYNNE SKRESKO, JAY DINSHAH 25542 10/19/75 THE BATTLE OVER BUSING IN BOSTON JANET PALMARILLO, LEON SNEED, BEVERLY LEWIS, QUINCY ALLEN, LUTHER ALLEN, RICHARD LAWS, MRS. R. JOHNNENE, CAROL MURPHY, ROBERT JOHNNENE, MARIE CLARKE, MARY PERRY, MARY FOREMAN 26703 DC 10/26/75 IS ASTROLOGY A FAKE? DR. ZIPPORAH DOBYNS, ROBERT HAND, CHARLES JAYNE, DR. PAUL KURTZ, LAWRENCE JEROME, DR. RICHARD BERENDZEN 26704 11/02/75 06/27/76 PART I: DWARFS -- THE WORLD OF LITTLE PEOPLE GERALD RASA, GINA ZINGARO, CHARLES BEDOW, GEORGE BAEHM, JANET PICKARD 26707 11/02/75 06/27/76 PART II: COLLEGE SUPERSTARS -- 5 POPULAR PROFESSORS JEROME LETTVIN, PETER STANSKY, VINCENT SCULLY, J. ALAN HYNEK, ROBERT GURLAND 26707 11/09/75 08/15/76 TRAMPS & THIEVES? GYPSIES STRIKE BACK PART I: MICHAEL JOSEPH, BARBARA GILK, MANUEL GILK, DINAH GILK, GEORGE GILK, MARY YOFON, DAVID GILK, PAT YOFON 26710 11/09/75 TRAMPS & THIEVES? GYPSIES STRIKE BACK PART II: STEVE, JOHN COSTELLO, GEORGE, NICK 26710 11/16/75 PART I: WHO KILLED HOFFA? FRANK RAGANO 26713 11/16/75 PART II: THE PRIVATE LIVES OF THE RICH AND THE POWERFUL MYRA MCPHERSON, MARILYN BENDER 26713 08/01/76 PART I: LITTLE MICHAEL -- MIRACLES FOR SALE "LITTLE MICHAEL" LORD 26705 CHICAGO 08/01/76 PART II: ADDICTED DOCTORS -- THE BEST KEPT SECRET IN MEDICINE 26705 CHICAGO 11/30/75 PART I: "ON THE TRACK OF MURDER": HOMICIDE DETECTIVES BARBARA GELB, JAMES GRANT, SGT. GERALD MCQUEEN, SGT. RICHARD DAVIES, DET. THOMAS KILCULLEN, DET. JEFF GREENE 26709 11/30/75 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH ROBERT ALTMAN 26709 12/07/75 PART I: WHO SAYS WOMEN CAN'T BE PRIESTS? REV. JEANETTE PICCARD, REV. LEE MCGEE, REV. BETTY BONE SCHIESS, REV. ALISON PALMER 26711 CHICAGO 12/07/75 PART II: MALE PRIESTS -- THAT'S WHO MRS. EMILY GARDINER NEAL, REV. GEORGE RUTLER, REV. ROBERT TERWILLIGER, MOTHER ELISE 26711 12/14/75 GORE VIDAL ON SEX, POLITICS AND TURNING 50 26716 12/21/75 PART I: WHY WE CAN'T HAVE NEW LIFE SAVING DRUGS: DOCTORS VS. F.D.A. DR. JOHN LARAGH, DR. STEPHEN L. DEFELICE, DR. J. RICHARD CROUT, DR. ROBERT TEMPLE, DR. SIDNEY WOLFE, DR. JAMES HOLLAND 26718 12/21/75 PART II: SHOULD THE RAILROADS BE SUBSIDIZED FRED CURRY, PAUL REISTRUP 26718 01/04/76 PART I: THE BRILLIANT ANTHONY BURGESS 26714 01/04/76 PART II: OLDER WOMEN WITH YOUNGER MEN NICK & BEA UNGARD, RANDY MUDGETT, MYRTIS COLLINS 26714 01/04/76 PART III: CRIME FIGHTER - DENIS DILLON 26714 01/11/76 07/11/76 "OH, YOUR ACHING BACK": HOW TO PREVENT AND CURE BACK PAIN ROBERT HIGGENS, YVONNE LAPPAS, DR. MERVIN RHOADES, DR. LYMAN SMITH, DR. LEON ROOT, DR. HANS KRAUS, DR. ALBERT FINKELSTYNE, DR. KEITH MACELROY 26715 CHICAGO, DC 01/18/76 THE TRUTH ABOUT LYNDON JOHNSON JACK VALENTI, ALLARD LOWENSTEIN 26720 01/25/76 08/29/76 PART I: HOMOSEXUALITY IN PRO FOOTBALL -- DAVE KOPAY 26719 01/25/76 08/29/76 PART II: WE'VE GONE BANKRUPT JUNE RENO, MAURICE ALEVY, RICHARD RUBINO, KAREN KOWALSKI, JUDGE ROY BABITT, JEROME MEYERS, LINN TWINEM 26719 02/01/76 THE HOWARD HUGHES CONNECTION: WHAT WATERGATE WAS ALL ABOUT J. ANTHONY LUKAS, TERRY LENZNER, HANK GREENSPUN 26723 02/08/76 PART I: MARION JAVITS TALKS ABOUT MARION JAVITS 26721 02/08/76 PART II: THE NEW MILLIONAIRES BOB GUCCIONE, DAVID BROWN 26721 02/15/76 09/12/76 PART I: LOAN SHARKS REVEAL THEIR DIRTY BUSINESS JACK, SAL 26717 CHICAGO, DC 02/15/76 09/12/76 PART II: VICTIMS OF LOAN SHARKS BERNIE PALMER, JERRY, GEORGE IRWIN 26717 CHICAGO, DC 02/22/76 08/08/76 PART I: WE'VE SEEN THE LOCH NESS MONSTER DR. ROBERT RINES, ROY P. MACKAL, CHARLES WYCKOFF, ISAAC BLONDER 26722 02/22/76 08/08/76 PART II: EX-CONS DEBATE GUN CONTROL GARLAND LANIER, JOE YEAMENS, JOE SULLIVAN, BOB DAVIS, BURR LEYSON 26722 02/29/76 PART I: JACK ANDERSON REVEALS THE LOVE LIFE OF J.F.K. 26725 02/29/76 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH WYATT COOPER 26725 03/07/76 THE SELLING OF A PRESIDENT 1976 FRED DUTTON, FRANK MANKIEWICZ, JOHN SEARS, ROBERT KEEFE, F. CLINTON WHITE 26726 03/14/76 PART I: WHY THE RICH GET A KICK FORM COCAINE JOHN CUSACK, DR. ROBERT DUPONT, RICHARD ASHLEY, RICHARD WOODLEY 26724 CHICAGO 03/14/76 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH JONATHAN KOZOL 26724 CHICAGO 03/21/76 07/25/76 THE EST WAY TO HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS EST GRADUATES 26728 DC 03/28/76 PART I: IS EST GOOD FOR YOU? LUKE RHINEHART, JESSE KORNBLUTH, ADELAIDE BRY, CARL FREDERICK 26729 DC 03/28/76 PART II: UNWED TEENAGE MOTHERS NAOMI, LINDA, LYDIA, RENEE, CYNTHIA, MIRIAM, SUSAN 26729 DC 03/28/76 PART III: A CONVERSATION WITH JERRY RUBIN 26729 04/04/76 ADOPTEES WHO FOUND THEIR MOTHERS ELEANOR KAY, CRYSTAL HOLJES, ELLEN TURNER, FRAN BLANKENSTEIN, HOLLY CABOT, YODY WORCESTER, KATRINA MAXTONE-GRAHAM, CHARLES LEVENSOHN, MRS. ZORAH BUCHTMAN, LINDA TRAUM 26730 DC 04/11/76 UNFIT DOCTORS, UNNECESSARY SURGERY -- THE MEDICAL CRISIS DR. WILLIAM NOLEN, DR. MAX PARROTT, DR. WILLIAM STAHL, DR. MARVIN BELSKY, DR. MICHAEL HALBERSTAM 26727 04/18/76 07/04/76 RAPE, ROBBERY AND ASSAULT IN OUR SCHOOLS IRVING WITKIN, LINDA SADUR, WILLIAM BELL, GAIL RAE HORN, JOSEPH SHERMAN, BRUCE CARR 26733 04/18/76 07/04/76 PART II: POLISH-AMERICANS STANLEY KOKOSKA, TED MALISZEWSKI, EUGENE KUSIELEWICZ, MAGDA RATASKI 26733 04/25/76 WIFE BEATING -- 6 BATTERED WOMEN PAM, DIANE, RUTH, CAREY, CINDY, SALLY, KATY 26731 DC 04/25/76 PART II: EXPERTS DISCUSS BATTERED WOMEN DR. RICHARD GELLES, DR. ERIKA FREEMAN, DR. MURRAY STRAUS, MARJORY FIELDS 26731 DC 05/02/76 YOU CAN HARDLY AFFORD TO DIE ANYMORE JOHN KASTING, JOHN CURRAN, BURTON HIRSCH, MARIAN LIGON, BARBARA KRONMAN, VAL WASHINGTON, RAYMOND ARVIO, BECKY COHEN 26734 CHICAGO, DC 05/02/76 PART II: ADLAI STEVENSON REMEMBERED -- JOHN BARTLOW MARTIN 26734 DC 05/09/76 07/18/76 SOVIET JEWS TELL WHY THEY LEFT RUSSIA YURI BROKHIN, DR. LEONID TARASSUK, VALERY KUHARETZ, HELENA SHALAMOV, DR. IRENE GUNTHER 26732 DC 05/09/76 07/18/76 PART II: NARCOLEPSY - THE URGE TO SLEEP WILLIAM BAIRD, DR. CHARLES POLLAK, DR. WILLIAM DEMENT, JEAN LYMAN, GENE RALSTON, MARY REID 26732 DC 05/16/76 08/22/76 PART I: "STRAIGHT LIB" STRIKES BACK RICHARD, PETER, RITA, JOAN, BOB 26735 DC 05/16/76 08/22/76 PART II: CAMPUS QUEENS KAREN DAVIS, JANE WERTZ, ANDREA FOXE, NANCY WHITE 26735 DC 05/16/76 08/22/76 PART III: CLEANING WOMEN EDNA RADIGAN, DARLENE WILLIS, MELBA TONGE, MIRIAM BLUE 26735 DC 05/23/76 FACE TO FACE CONFRONTATION BETWEEN AN ISRAELI AND A P.L.O. SPOKESMAN YOSEF TEKOAH, IBRAHIM ABU-LUGHOD 26736 DC 05/30/76 IS SOCIAL SECURITY GOING BROKE? ROBERT TILOVE, IRWIN SCHIFF, BERT SEIDMAN, WARREN SHORE, NELSON CRUIKSHANK 26738 DC 05/30/76 PART II: AN UNAUTHORIZED LOOK AT NELSON ROCKEFELLER SAM ROBERTS, MICHAEL KRAMER 26738 DC 06/06/76 NEW BREAKTHROUGHS IN THE WAR AGAINST CANCER DR. JAMES HOLLAND, DR. JORDAN GUTTERMAN, DR. NORMAN JAFFE, DR. DONALD MORTON, DR. VINCENT DEVITA, JR.26740 DC 06/13/76 HOW TO BEAT THE BLUE COLLAR BLUES DR. SIDNEY HARMAN, DR. MICHAEL MACCOBY, IRVING BLUESTONE, ARTHUR MCCARVER, LILLIE GATEWOOD, AUGUSTA HOWARD 26741 DC 06/13/76 PART II: FRANK MUIR 26741 DC THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1976-77 09/19/76 PART I: HOPELESS AND DESPERATE: BLACK UNEMPLOYMENT 27801 DC 09/19/76 PART II: COMMUNITY WORKERS DONALD MORRIS, ROSEMARIE HARRIS, FREDERICK JONES, SANDY KOONTZ, HERBERT CROSSMAN 27801 DC 09/26/76 07/03/77 PART I: HOW TO COPE WITH JET LAG DR. JAMES CRANE, MARIAN KARPEN, WILLIAM HOOVER, HARVEY SCHEIN, EVA MAKITALO, CAPT. ROD GILSTRAP 27802 DC 09/26/76 07/03/77 PART II: WHITHER THE WEATHER: THE ALARMING CHANGES IN OUR CLIMATE LOWELL PONTE, DR. STEPHEN SCHNEIDER, DR. REID BRYSON 27802 10/03/76 PART I: IS COLLEGE NECESSARY ANYMORE? HENRY SCHUYLER, LEON BOTSTEIN, FRED WHITEHEAD, DR. J. HERBERT HOLLOMON, DR. JOHN SILBER, STEVEN FISCHER 27803 10/03/76 PART II: CHINA AFTER MAO: A CONVERSATION WITH HAN SUYIN 27803 10/10/76 06/19/77 ARE WE WINNING THE ARE AGAINST HEART ATTACKS? DR. MICHAEL DEBAKEY, DR. ISADORE ROSENFELD 27804 DC 10/17/76 FAMILIES IN TROUBLE: CONFRONTATION BETWEEN PARENTS AND CHILDREN JOE GAULD, EDWARD LEGG 27806 CHICAGO 10/24/76 THE MAFIA-CIA CONNECTION WITH NORMAN MAILER, ROBERT SAM ANSON, NICHOLAS GAGE, HARRY ROSITZKE 27807 10/31/76 08/14/77 11/06/77 SUPER SLEUTHS: PRIVATE EYES REVEAL THEIR SECRETS FRED OTASH, JERRY MCAWARD, MIKE PASCAL, FRED RAYNE, DAVID FREENBERG, IRWIN BLYE 27809 CHICAGO, DC 11/07/76 06/26/77 12/31/78 RE-INCARNATION -- IS THERE LIFE AFTER DEATH DICK SUTPHEN, RUTH MONTGOMERY, GINA CERMINARA, HUGH LYNN CAYCE 26737 CHICAGO, DC 11/14/76 PART I: HELL NO! WE DIDN'T VOTE FOR PRESIDENT HOWARD SINGER, MARY PRITZ, WILLARD ESPY, LARRY SHERMAN, ANN WEBSTER MARVEL, WILLIAM SLATTERY 27808 11/14/76 PART II: CONVERSATION WITH A 100 YEAR OLD MAN MR. AND MRS. RODNEY JONES 27808 11/21/76 CARTER VERSUS FORD -- DID THE MEDIA PLAY FAIR? ELIE ABEL, THOMAS VAIL, EDWARD KOSNER, MICHAEL DANN, FREDERICK TAYLOR, BURNS ROPER 27810 11/28/76 07/24/77 PART I: THE NAZI NEXT DOOR -- WAR CRIMINALS HIDING IN THE U.S.A. CHARLES ALLEN, VINCENT SCHIANO, SAM BERNSEN, JOHN BARRY, HOWARD BLUM, ANTHONY DEVITO 27811 DC 11/28/76 07/24/77 PART II: WHAT THE GOVERNMENT IS DOING ABOUT IT CONGRESSMAN JOSHUA EILBERG, CONGRESSWOMAN ELIZABETH HOLTZMAN 27811 DC 12/05/76 PART I: PEPSI COLA & SOYBEANS -- DOING BUSINESS WITH THE RUSSIANS DWAYNE ANDREAS, DONALD KENDALL 27812 12/05/76 PART II: AMERICANS WHO'VE LIVED IN RUSSIA LEONA & JERROLD SCHECTER, ALAN ZEITHAMER, WILLIAM DYESS 27812 10/23/76 12/12/76 07/31/77 PART I: THIS SHOW COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE -- HOW TO RESCUE A HEART ATTACK VICTIM? DR. JOSEPH ORNATO, FRED HEWITT, GERARD CASE, EDWARD FRIEDMAN 27805 DC 12/12/76 07/31/77 PART II: ARE WE CHANGING OUR DRINKING HABITS? JAMES VILLAS, MARK KELLER, PATRICK CAMPBELL, MARVIN SHANKEN, CHARLES BURCK, KIRKE WALSH 27805 DC 01/30/77 "IS IT TRUE WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT DIXIE?" TOM WICKER, SHELDON HACKNEY, A.J. COOPER, WILLIAM EMERSON, BRANDT AYERS, BETTY TALMADGE, BARRY BINGHAM 27820 02/06/77 THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORTS -- FUNNY, GLAMOROUS, AND SEEDY RED SMITH, DAN JENKINS, DICK SCHAAP, MORRIE SIEGEL, DAVE ANDERSON PETE AXTHELM 27821 02/13/77 NEVER AGAIN -- THE BITTER LEGACY OF VIET NAM WILLIAM COLBY, DAVID HALBERSTAM, GLORIA EMERSON 27823 02/20/7 08/21/77 PART I: THE BARE FACTS ABOUT BALDNESS JERRY DELLA FEMINA, KENNETH BATTELLE, ROBERT TEMLIAK, ELLIOT NONAS, DENIS LAMARSH, DR. JAY BARNETT 27824 CHICAGO, DC 02/20/77 08/21/77 PART II: GET THE COCKROACHES OUT OF YOUR HOME ALICE GRAY, NORMAN COOPER, RICHARD ELDREDGE, NORMAN GOLDENBERG 27824 CHICAGO, DC 02/27/77 07/17/77 GIVE 'EM DEATH? THE BATTLE OVER CAPITAL PUNISHMENT JUDGE BURTON ROBERTS, ROBERT LEONARD, BRYANT HUFF, MORRIS DEES, SENATOR JOHN RUSSO, JOE FREEMAN BRITT 27826 DC 03/06/77 08/07/77 PART I: SINGLES IN THE SUBURBS LINDA NARD, JEFF BEAL, SARA HUDSON, KELLY EMMONS, ED ZEIDNER, JACQUE DEJOHN, GENE MIKOLS, KITTY GREENSETIN. 27827 DC 02/22/77 03/06/77 08/07/77 PART II: REGGAE MUSIC TIMOTHY WHITE, MICHAEL COOPER, STEPHEN COORE, PERRY HENZELL, BARBARA GLOUDON, MAX ROMEO, BRETT ALEXANDER 27827 DC 03/01/77 03/13/77 09/11/77 05/27/79 PART I: CONVERSATION WITH A PIMP TOM 27829 CHICAGO 03/01/77 03/13/77 09/11/77 05/27/79 PART II: THE PIMP SQUAD SERGEANT GEORGE TRAPP, JOHN MCMORMICK, ARTIE STOECKER, EDWARD MILLER, RICHIE CONFORT 27829 CHICAGO 02/12/77 03/20/77 HOW TO GET RID OF YOUR HEADACHES A. PATIENTS - JOELLA CRAMBLIT, BEN SMITH, JAMES ANDERSON, SHERRY HUBER B. EXPERTS - DR. DAVID CODDON, DR. SEYMOUR DIAMOND, DR. CHARLES DEMIRJIAN, DR. WALTER CASKEY 27825 DC 03/08/77 03/27/77 GORE VIDAL UNCENSORED 27832 03/02/77 03/11/77 04/03/77 TEENAGE MUGGERS CONFESS A. MUGGERS: JOHN, BILL, MIKE, PETER SAVAGE, MICHELLE, TOM, GENE B. BLACK KIDS WHO'VE MADE IT: CARLOS GRIFFITH, VERNICE MILLER, GEORGE O'NEAL LYONS, VIETTA JOHNSON, ROBERT HARPER 27830 DC 03/11/77 04/10/77 DON'T GET SICK IN AMERICA -- THE RUNAWAY COST OF MEDICAL CARE DR. MILES GALIN, DR. JAMES G. HAUGHTON, DR. MARTIN CHERKASKY, DR. C. ROLLINS HANLON, WALTER J. MCNERNEY, CONGRESSMAN ANDREW MAGUIRE 27833 DC 03/01/77 04/17/77 PART I: YOU SHOULD MEET STUDS TERKEL 27828 03/02/77 04/17/77 PART II: JEWS WHO'VE BECOME CATHOLICS & OTHER CONVERTS TOBY STEIN, ALBERT SIMON, PAUL MAYER, CLARE ROSEN, BEVERLY SPERRY 27828 04/19/77 04/24/77 TERRORISTS: HOSTAGES, POLICE AND THE MEDIA A. LIEUTENANT FRANK BOLZ, LARRY HABER, ANTHONY COOPER, JULIE HARSTON, DR. FREDERICK HACKER, BERNARD SIMON B. ROBERT MACNEIL, EUGENE METHVIN, JAMES HOGE, BERNARD JOHNPOLL, PAT POLILLO 27834 04/20/77 05/01/77 PART I: HOW CHILDREN FEEL ABOUT THEMSELVES AND THE WORLD AROUND THEM KARA ZAITZ, JEREMIAH AND JOSHUA COHEN, CLAUDE BROOKS, AISSIA RICHARDSON, MATTHEW NEWTON, ORIANA ZILL, POLLY ERICKSEN, PETER BURRIS, ADAM MICHAELS 27835 04/20/77 05/01/77 PART II: EXPERTS ON CHILD BEHAVIOR DR. LEE SALK, DR. NICHOLAS ZILL, PEGGY CHARREN 27835 DC 04/26/77 05/08/77 PART I: WE'VE COME A LONG WAY: WOMEN MOVIE MAKERS NANCY DOWD, BARBARA KOPPLE, ELEANOR PERRY, JOAN MICKLIN SILVER 27836 04/26/77 05/08/77 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH JOHN CHEEVER 27836 05/03/77 05/15/77 PART I: WHERE THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE EAT PEARL WONG, ARMANDO ORSINI, PAUL KOVI, SHELDON TANNEN, WALLY GANZI, WARNER LEROY 27838 05/03/77 05/15/77 PART II: ARE WE A NATION OF JUNK FOOD JUNKIES? JOHN HESS, MIMI SHERATON, MARVIN HEAPS, DAVID SISK, WEXLER, CALVIN TRILLIN 27838 05/17/77 05/22/77 YOU CAN SURVIVE A PLANE CRASH -- HERE'S HOW A. SURVIVORS: ALAN BRESLAU, JANET MACAA, DICK SMITH, SARAH UZZELL B. EXPERTS: JAMES O. ROBINSON, HARRY ROBERTSON, CAPT. RAY GERBER, CAPT. J.D. SMITH, RICHARD WITKIN, CHARLES O. MILLER, NORMAN COUSINS 27837 DC 05/20/77 05/29/77 THE BIG BOOM ON BROADWAY ALEXANDER COHEN, DAVID MAMET, ZELDA FICHANDLER, HAROLD PRINCE, ANTHONY PERKINS, CLIVE BARNES 27840 DC 05/24/77 06/05/77 WE STILL LIKE NIXON: THREE DIEHARDS BRUCE HERSCHENSOHN, HENRY CASHEN, ARAM BAKSHIAN 27841 DC 07/10/77 PART I: THE CAT'S MEOW -- SEVEN FELINES AND THEIR OWNERS JOAN BREARLEY, DR. ALFRED GROSSMAN, BILL WIELER, JUDY FIREMAN, LINDA WORTHINGTON 27815 CHICAGO, DC 07/10/77 PART II: DR. HERBERT BENSON AND "THE RELAXATION RESPONSE" 27815 CHICAGO, DC 08/28/77 PART I: MISTRESSES ANNONYMOUS BARBARA CONDOS, MELISSA SANDS 27842 DC 08/28/77 PART II: HITLERMANIA: OUR FASCINATION WITH THE NAZIS DR. ROBERT JAY LIFTON, ROBERT G.L. WAITE, DR. LOUIS SNYDER, JOHN TOLAND, DR. WILLIAM SHERIDAN ALLEN, DR. HENRY TURNER, TIM MASON 27842 DC THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1977-78 06/07/77 09/18/77 PART I: SHAPE-UP AMERICA -- THE PHYSICAL FITNESS EXPLOSION DR. HERMAN HELLERSTEIN, DR. NORBERT SANDER, KATHERINE SWITZER, DR. PAUL MILVY 27843 DC 05/31/77 09/18/77 PART II: CONFESSIONS OF THREE WHITE COLLAR CRIMINALS JOE BRISBOIS, JACKIE BUTNER, BILL SCHONOWSKI 27843 05/17/77 09/25/77 WE'RE MAD AS HELL -- SECRETARIES STRIKE BACK PAT FITZGERALD, JUDITH RINK, RENEE LORD, TESSA GEORGE, MARGIE ALBERT, JUDI FREEMAN 27839 CHICAGO, DC 06/07/77 09/25/77 FORMER SECRETARIES CHARLOTTE JONES, PAULA HUGHES 27839 CHICAGO, DC 09/21/77 10/02/77 WHO WAS LEE HARVEY OSWALD? JACK ANDERSON, ROBERT SAM ANSON, DAVID PHILLIPS, ROBERT GEMBERLING, JONES HARRIS, PETER DALE SCOTT 29201 09/24/77 10/09/77 PART I: THIN IS IN RAYSA BONOW, BLAIR SABOL, ROBERT L. GREEN, DR. MARCI GREENWOOD 29203 CHICAGO (T) 10/01/77 10/09/77 PART II: SUCCESS -- LOOKING OUT FOR #1 DR. WAYNE DYER, ROBERT J. RINGER, MICHAEL KORDA, JANE TRAHEY 29203 CHICAGO (T) 10/01/77 10/16/77 06/25/78 PART I: MAFIA INFORMERS -- NO PLACE TO HIDE FRED GRAHAM, EDWIN STIER, JAMES DRUKER, MARVIN EVANS, HERB HARWOOD 29202 CHICAGO 09/24/77 10/16/77 06/25/78 PART II: TODAY'S WORLD OF ROCK DAVE MARSH, JOHN ROCKWELL, DEE ANTHONY, JOHNNY WINTER, GEORGE FRAYNE aka COMMANDER CODY 29202 10/08/77 10/23/77 06/18/78 PART I: HYPNOSIS CURES: DOCTORS AND PATIENTS DEMONSTRATE DR. ERNEST ROCKEY, DR. BARBARA DEBETZ, DR. HERBERT SPIEGEL, DR. DAVID SPIEGEL, DR. JEFFREY TARTE, D.D.S., CHARLES SNYDER, MARJORIE STRIDER, ELYCE ENGLAND, HERBERT KLIEGERMAN, SANDRA BEHRMAN 29204 CHICAGO, DC 10/29/77 10/30/77 PART I: "TORTURE AND MURDER -- THE HUMAN RIGHTS DEBATE" AMBASSADOR ALLARD LOWENSTEIN, CONGRESSMAN PHILIP CRANE, REVEREND WILLIAM SLOANE COFFIN, JR., DR. FRED WARNER NEAL 29207 10/29/77 10/30/77 PART II: THE WORLD OF ADVERTISING GEORGE LOIS, BOB GIRALDI, GENE FEDERICO 29207 10/19/77 11/13/77 PART I: CELEBRITY WATCHING -- JACKIE, BARBRA, REDFORD AND FARRAH TOO! RICHARD B. STOLLEY, LIZ SMITH, ALBIN KREBS, REX REED, JAMES BRADY 29206 10/19/77 11/13/77 PART II: BETTING ON SPORTS -- TOUTS AND TIPSTERS RICHARD BOMZE, GREG PELLINI, JULIUS "GAFFNEY" SCHANZER, JIM FEIST 29206 10/15/77 11/20/77 PART I: ALL ABOUT SEX THERAPY DR. HELEN SINGER KAPLAN, M.D., DR. JOSEPH LOPICCOLO, PH. D., DR. MAJ-BRITT ROSENBAUM, M.D., DR. BENJAMIN SADOCK, M.D., DR. VIRGINIA SADOCK, M.D., ROBERT KOLODNY, M.D. 29205 CHICAGO 10/15/77 11/20/77 PART II: CHILDREN OF THE HOLOCAUST JODY CUKIER, JACOB FRUCHTMAN, ABRAHAM KRIEGER, CHAIM ZLOTOGORSKY, DIANA WYSHOGROD ZLOTOGORSKY 29205 *11/12/77 11/27/77 09/10/78 02/10/85 TALK SHOW HOSTS SPEAK OUT -- DICK CAVETT, PHIL DONAHUE AND STANLEY SIEGEL 29210 CHICAGO (T), DC (copy @ NY TV MUSEUM) 11/05/77 12/04/77 PART I: IS THERE TOO MUCH SEX AND VIOLENCE ON TELEVISION? ALFRED R. SCHNEIDER, DR. FOY VALENTINE, JIM KARAYN, VAN GORDON SAUTER, DR. EVERETT C. PARKER 29208 DC 11/05/77 12/04/77 04/29/79 PART II: THE NEW BREED OF IMMIGRANT -- RICH AND GLAMOROUS JACLINE MAZARD, JOHN RICHARDSON, COUNTESS MARINA DE BRANTES, BARNEY GOODMAN, MARIAN SCHIANO 29208 CHICAGO, DC 11/12/77 12/11/77 PART I: "WHITES NEED NOT APPLY" -- THE FIGHT OVER REVERSE DISCRIMINATION ARNOLD FORSTER, PAUL J. ASCIOLLA, CONG. JOHN CONYERS, JOSEPH L. RAUH 29209 DC 11/19/77 12/11/77 PART II: THE WHISTLE BLOWERS RALPH STAVINS, DR. ANTHONY MORRIS, ERNIE FIRZGERALD, DR. STANLEY MAZALESKI, FRED KISTLER 29209 DC 11/30/77 12/18/77 "DOES THE BIRTH CONTROL PILL KILL?" DR. NATALEE S. GREENFIELD, JAMES LUGGEN, HEIDI EVANS, ILA COOPER, BARBARA SEAMAN, HOWARD SHAPIRO, M.D., EDWIN ORTIZ, M.D., BEN-ZION TABER, M.D., MELVIN TAYMOR, M.D. 29213 12/17/77 12/25/77 07/09/78 OUR HOUSES ARE HAUNTED -- SPIRITS, PHANTOMS AND TRUE GHOST STORIES JAY ANSON, ARNOLD COPPER, FRED MOORE, BETTY MOORE, DR. JOHN FRANK, SUSAN C. GIGLIO, EDWARD WARREN, LORRAINE WARREN, FR. ALPHONSUS TRABOLD, OFM, DR. ALEX THOMAS 29217 CHICAGO, DC 12/07/77 01/08/78 PART I: ARE CRIMINALS BORN OR MADE? DR. STANTON SAMENOW, WILLIAM HELLERSTEIN, MEL RIVERS, DR. EMANUEL HAMMER, JOSEPH BORKIN, JOEL KLEIN 29214 12/07/77 01/08/78 PART II: HOW TO SAVE YOUR TEETH FRANK BOWYER, D.D.S., JERRY LYNN, D.D.S., DAVID SCOTT, D.D.S., STANLEY BEHRMAN, D.S.S. 29214 12/10/77 01/15/78 PART I: RUSSIAN SPIES ARE EVERYWHERE -- THE TRUTH ABOUT THE KGB JOHN BARRON, JACK FISHMAN, LEW NAVROZOV, HARRY ROSITZKE 29215 11/19/77 01/15/78 PART II: WEST POINT GOES COED JOAN ZECH, DIANE HAASE, KATHY ANN WILDEY 29215 01/21/78 01/22/78 PART I: FEELING DEPRESSED? -- HOW TO OVERCOME IT MYRNA WEISSMAN, PH.D., HELEN DEROSIS, M.D., RONALD FIEVE, M.D., AARON BECK, M.D. PATIENTS: HILDA ROBBINS, RAYMOND GUMBRECHT, NANCY SMITH, MICHAEL BAVAR 29221 CHICAGO 12/10/77 01/22/78 PART II: SECOND LADY AT THE WHITE HOUSE -- PRESIDENTIAL ASSISTANT MIDGE COSTANZA MIDGE COSTANZA 29221 01/14/78 01/29/78 HOUSE-HUSBANDS, LONG-DISTANCE MARRIAGE, AND OTHER LOVING COUPLES BURT WOLF, LINDA HOWARD, TUCKER CLARK, JAMES & LINDA FOX, LANA SKIRBALL, ANTHONY COLLIS 29219 CHICAGO 01/14/78 01/29/78 PART II: DR. ROBER LIBBY, DR. ROBERT RYDER, NENA O'NEILL 29219 01/07/78 02/05/78 07/30/78 01/07/79 THE FUNNIEST WOMEN AROUND -- ANNE MEARA, JANE CURTIN, MARILYN SOKOL AND OTHERS COMEDIANS: ANNE MEARA, JANE CURTIN, ZORA RASMUSSEN, REBECCA REYNOLDS, NANCY PARKER, MARILYN SOKOL 29216 DC 01/21/78 02/05/78 01/07/79 THE FUNNIEST WOMEN AROUND - PART II WRITERS: DEANNE STILLMAN, ANNE BEATTS, MARILYN MILLER, ROSIE SHUSTER 29216 DC 01/28/78 02/12/78 09/17/78 PART I: HOMOSEXUALS VS. COPS: A CONFRONTATION GAYS: DAVID ROTHENBERG, GREGORY NORRIS, ALAN BELL, JEREMY WEISS, NICK BOLLMAN COPS: JOHN TOBACCO, IGNATIUS SCLAFANI, FRANK ODESSA, STEVEN BERVINE, JOHN CODIGLIA 29222 CHICAGO, DC 01/28/78 02/12/78 09/17/78 PART II: THE HORROR OF MEXICAN PRISONS PRISONERS: DWIGHT WORKER, DAVID SEIGLINGER, DAVID ALSOP, CONGRESSMAN FORTNEY STARK, ROBERT HENNEMEYER 29222 DC 01/07/78 02/19/78 PART I: YOUR SMOKE GETS IN MY EYES - THE BATTLE OVER SMOKING JACOB J. MEYER, CHARLES MORGAN, JR., RHODA NICHTER, WILLIAM DWYER, PETER GEORGIADES, ETHEL GOLDBERG 29218 CHICAGO, DC 12/17/77 02/19/78 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH LEO ROSTEN 29218 DC 02/11/78 02/26/78 07/23/78 04/29/79 PART I: OUR WIVES BEAT US UP -- CONFESSIONS OF THREE BATTERED HUSBANDS VICTIMS: MICHAEL FRENCH, JOHN, BOB EXPERTS: ROGER LANGLEY, PAULETTE OWENS, JAMES WALSH 29224 CHICAGO, DC 02/11/78 02/26/78 07/23/78 PART II: BOBBY HALPERN - A REAL LIFE ROCKY BOBBY HALPERN, CHARLIE CASERTA 29224 CHICAGO, DC 02/08/78 03/05/78 07/02/78 SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER - THE REAL TONY MANEROS DISCO: VICTOR MEDINA, CARMEN PISANI, JODY OLIVER, GENE ROBINSON, CHUCK RUSINAK, SUSAN RAINONE, DIANE LUDWIG, ALEX MARCHAK SOLO INTERVIEW: STEVE RUBELL BALLROOM: DON DENATALE, OLGA VARVARO, NORMA MCLAIN STOOP, NICK PARNELL, JOHN LUCHESE, NANCY BRECKER LEEDS, ALAN & JOSEPHINE HALL TAP: HOWARD "SANDMAN" SIMS, CHUCK GREEN, BUNNY BRIGGS 29223 CHICAGO, DC 02/25/78 03/19/78 MORRIS UDALL -- THE MAN WHO SHOULD BE PRESIDENT CONGRESSMAN MORRIS UDALL 29225 03/11/78 03/26/78 08/13/78 PART I: SHOW BIZ KIDS AND STAGE MOTHERS CHILDREN: SUZANNE FIERO, DAWN WALKER, DAVID REED, MONICA WOLFF, TINA FOX, WAYNE HARDING, GLYNIS BIG, JUSTIN FREIMAN, MISSY HOPE PARENTS: ANINA REED, LOIS FREIMAN, BETTE FOX, CAROL FIERO, KAY BIG 29228 CHICAGO 03/02/78 03/26/78 08/13/78 PART II: CHARLES TEMPLETON CHARLES TEMPLETON 29228 06/18/78 PART II: TIMOTHY LEARY 29204 07/16/78 PART I: ELVIS LIVES AGAIN - THREE PRESLEY IMPERSONATORS 29230 CHICAGO (T), DC 07/16/78 PART II: ON THE WATERFRONT -- DOCK WORKERS SPEAK OUT 29230 CHICAGO (T), DC 08/06/78 YOU CAN'T LOCK US UP -- MENTAL PATIENTS ARE ROAMING THE STREETS 29229 CHICAGO 08/20/78 YOUR COMPLETE MEDICAL EXAM -- DR. ISADORE ROSENFELD 29239 CHICAGO 08/27/78 PART I: WE WON'T PAY -- TAXPAYERS IN REVOLT 29227 CHICAGO, DC 08/27/78 PART II: TERRORISTS BEWARE: PROFESSIONAL PROTECTORS 29227 CHICAGO, DC
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: GOLDEN GLOBES
TAPE_NUMBER: EN0004 IN_TIME: 10:34:30 LENGTH: 10:04 SOURCES: Hollywood Foreign Press Association/ Dick Clark Productions/APTN RESTRICTIONS: All No Access Internet, No re-use/re-sale of film/video clips without clearance All Hollywood Foreign Press Association/ Dick Clark Productions material = Strictly No re-use/re-sale without clearance FEED: SCRIPT: xfa English/Nat STORY: GLOBES LOCATION: LOS ANGELES DATE: JANUARY 23 2000 AMERICAN BEAUTY, the debut feature from British director SAM MENDES, swept the boards at the Golden Globe awards at the annual Los Angeles spectacle on Sunday. The film picked up a total of six Golden Globes. Success at the Globes is often a forecast for eventual Oscar wins. Elsewhere DENZEL WASHINGTON took home the Golden Globe for best actor for his portrayal of a boxer wrongly imprisoned for murder in HURRICANE. He paid tribute to the man, RUBIN HURRICANE CARTER, on whom the story is based. BARBRA STREISAND was honoured for her numerous roles in both television and films, as well as her dozens of albums produced over a 30 year history on screen, stage and studio. An excitable SHIRLEY MACLAINE was on hand to give her the award. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association honours actors, directors, writers and producers for movies and television series. In the television awards, THE SOPRANOS swept the categories for best actress and actor. The Sopranos is a popular series about the life and personal traumas of a Mafia family and the internal squabbles over who will rule the criminal activity of the family. The two major stars of the series won in their respective categories, Edie Falco won for best actress and James Gandolfini walked away with best actor. The series SEX AND THE CITY was named best TV comedy and its star SARAH JESSICA PARKER was named best actress. Emotional win of the night was MICHAEL J. FOX being named best comedy series actor for SPIN CITY, which he is leaving because of his fight with Parkinson's disease. But he handled it lightly. "Actor out of work - news at 11," Fox said. In other categories, JANET MCTEER won for best actress in a movie for her work in TUMBLEWEED. JIM CARREY won for his work in MAN IN THE MOON, the story of comedian Andy Kaufman. The film has been a box office flop and something of a critical failure, so the award should be especially welcome. American Beauty writer ALAN BALL won for best screenplay. ANGELINA JOLIE won her second Golden Globe for her supporting acting role in GIRL, INTERRUPTED while TOM CRUISE picked up his second Golden Globe for best supporting actor for MAGNOLIA. Cruise assisted Paul Thomas Anderson with the character that he plays in the movie. Newcomer, HILARY SWANK won for Best Actress in a Drama for her work in "Boys Don't Cry." To no one's surprise, the Spanish film ALL ABOUT MY MOTHER from director PEDRO ALMODOVAR won the best foreign film award. The evening's final award; the one for best motion picture, was given to the night's big winner, American Beauty. After the Oscars, Golden Globe night is one of the most important evenings in Hollywood's calendar. Among the celebrities attending were SHARON STONE, MERYL STREEP, CALISTA FLOCKHART, DANNY DEVITO, WARREN BEATTY and HARRISON FORD. SHOTLIST: EXT GOLDEN GLOBES ; TRACKING SHOT MEDIA PRESENT; MCU JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT (TEEN ACTRESS) ; ARRIVAL JIM CAREY ; MCU AND SOT SARAH JESSICA PARKER ; MCU WARREN BEATTY AND ANNETTE BENING ; SOT JIM CAREY ; SOT HALLE BERRY ; SOT TOM CRUISE ; W.S. FAYE DUNAWAY WALKING PAST; MCU SHARON STONE AND HUSBAND, PHIL BRONSTEIN ; MCU JULIA ROBERTS AND HUSBAND ; SOT SHARON STONE ; SOT SIGOURNEY WEAVER ; MCU ; SOT ELIZABETH HURLEY ; SOT (IN PINK) ; C.U. CLAUDIA SCHIFFER ; SOT HUGH GRANT ; SOT (ON RIGHT) ; W.S. ARRIVAL WINONA RYDER ; ARRIVAL CALISTA FLOCKHART ; MCU NICK NOLTE ; SOT HILARY SWANK ; PULLIN TO DENZEL WASHINGTON ; MCU KEVIN SPACEY ;THE FOLLOWING REQUIRES MANDATORY COURTESY DICK CLARK PRODUCTIONS- W.S. INT. CEREMONY ; SOT MICHAEL J. FOX ; W.S. FOX ON STAGE ;APTN FOOTAGE-SOT MICHAEL J. FOX BACKSTAGE ; (FOLLOWING REQUIRES COURTESY DICK CLARK PRODUCTIONS)-ANNOUNCEMENT OF EDIE FALCO AS BEST ACTESS IN A TV SERIES FOR "THE SOPRANOS" ; W.S. EDIE FALCO ; SOT JAMES GANDOLFINI (BEST ACTOR IN "THE SOPRANOS) ; MARTIN SHEEN ANNOUNCING SARAH JESSICA PARKER AS WINNER OF BEST ACTRESS IN A TV COMEDY SERIES ; APTN FOOTAGE FOLLOWS-SOT SARAH JESSICA PARKER ; (MANDATORY COURTESY DICK CLARK FOLLOWS-GWYNETH PALTROW ANNOUNCING BEST ACTOR FOR COMEDY FILM ; CLIP "MAN ON THE MOON" ; APTN SOT JIM CARREY BACKSTAGE ; (MANDATORY COURTESY DICK CLARK FOLLOWS)-CLAUDIA SCHIFFER ANNOUNCES BEST ACTRESS IN A MADE FOR TV FILM IS HALLE BERRY ; REAX HALLE BERRY ; CLIP "DOROTHY DANDRIDGE; APTN SOT HALLE BERRY BACKSTAGE ; BEN AFFLECK ANNOUNCING TOM CRUISE AS BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR FOR "MAGNOLIA" (COURTESY DICK CLARK) ; CLIP "MAGNOLIA" ; APTN SOT TOM CRUISE; CLIP "BOYS DON'T CRY" ; APTN SOT HILARY SWANK (INTERRRUPTED BY A KISS FROM HER HUSBAND, CHAD LOWE); CLIP "HURRICANE" (COURTESY UNIVERSAL) ; APTN SOT DENZEL WASHINGTON ; ANNOUNCEMENT OF ALAN BALL AS WINNER OF SCREENPLAY FOR "AMERICAN BEAUTY" ; SPIELBERG ANNOUNCING SAM MENDES AS BEST DIRECTOR FOR "AMERICAN BEAUTY" (ALL COURTESY DICK CLARK); CLIP "AMERICAN BEAUTY" ;APTN SOT ANNETTE BENING; SHIRLEY MACLAINE ANNOUNCING CECIL B. DEMILLE AWARD TO BARBRA STREISAND (COURTESY DICK CLARK) ; APTN SOT BARBRA STREISAND ;CLIP "ALL ABOUT MY MOTHER"; SOT PEDRO ALMODOVAR (WINNER OF GLOBE FOR BEST FOREIGN FILM), COURTESY DICK CLARK; W.S. CEREMONY (DICK CLARK)?
President GW Bush Remarks at Event Honoring Martin Luter King Jr.
P January 17, 2005 President George W Bush and First Lady Laura Bush attend a Martin Luther King Georgetown University Event Honoring Secretary of State Colin Powell and his family at the Kennedy Center. President GW Bush makes remarks at Georgetown University's "Let Freedom Ring" Celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luter King Jr. RS: 20 Slugged: 1540 BUSH MLK X83 (Tape 1) 15:43:01 WS Choir singing on stage 15:45:44 WS Empty stage 15:49:48 Kennedy Center rep walks on stage 15:50:18 CU Kennedy rep 15:50:45 WS Stage 15:50:51 Rev. Constance Wheeler walks on stage 15:51:01 Bow our heads, and go to god in prayer, god of our weary years, tears asks for your .as we celebrate the life and legacy of MLK..if my people will humble themselves and pray and turn from their wicked ways then I will heal from heaven.lord humble ourselves today, MLK's dream.strength, despite challenge, deep love of Dr. King be released in us.we life up 15:52:22 in prayer before you.men and women in positions of authority, grant divine wisdom.spirit will rest upon them..lift up and may name be glorified. 15:52:54 We can always depend on you, not fear tomorrow.live trusting you, life our voices in praises.thank you for your faithfulness, amen. 15:53:29 CU: Tom Joyner 15:53:49 happy King day.Gtown U and Kennedy brings you celebration honoring MLK.here b/c of what he means to all of us 15:54:10 Members of Civil rights generation , I was one of them.King played role in my life as a child, heard him preach 15:54:29 Those who are members of Civ rights generation, we thank you. Most of students born yrs after..for you it is history.close as parents, gparents, neighbors, teachers.talk to the abut it 15:55:07 Be patient with them..sometimes they embellish things, and they talk a long time and let me tell you everyone claims to march with King arm and arm..thank the students 15:55:35 I want to see Coach Carter too but not today.we should thanks Kennedy center, for opening their doors again. 15:56:01 Even as we celebrate dream, use as imp part of celebration.. 15:56:41 WS Coach Powell walks on stage 15:57:41 WS Jack walks on stage 16:00:25 WS Georgetown President walks on stage 16:01:24 MS Colin Powell walks on stage 16:01:42 MS Bush and Laura walk on stage 16:01:56 Shaking hands 16:02:18 Georgetown University president: On behalf of Gtown U. thanks to Kennedy Center for hosting this, and target our sponsor to celebrate the life of King. Too brief like or MLK he challenged the world to a new standard. 16:02:50 Showed us how life should be lived. Part of our celebration GTown presents legacy of a dream award. Contributions to comm. Service reflect values and ideals of King. 16:03:29 George town presents this award to 2 people who's contributions are an inspiration to us all.Alma Johnson Powell has served her country as spouse and partner to top military leader and diplomat. Represented US at it's best. 16:04:05 Equal commitment improved lives of our children. Role model for a gen. of young women..thriveing neighborhoods.helping young people promise in lives,. 16:04:33 Colin Powell embraced the country from 1st time he walked into classroom. Embraced less public role as mentor and role model to people who find him accessible. 16:05:08 America's promise.a nations good will. When Pres George Bush asked him to again answer his nation's call he agreed, policy advisor to the Pres, worked on two fronts. 16:05:35 relationships between US and nations of the world..on the front pages important are his leadership of 2 presidential imitative, Millennium Challenge Account and the emergency plan for AIDS relief.combat AIDS 16:06:09 recognition to the Powell's dedication, creation of the legacy of the dream made possible from a donation.. 16:06:26 $25, 000 scholarship for Gtown student that reflects spirit of MLK..thank target for this gift for a deserving young person. 16:06:53 Contributions bring us clo0se to the vision of MLK..present the award to Sec State Colin Powell and Alma Johnson Powell 16:07:16 MS Powell's accepting award 16:07:27 MS Powell's with award and Bush's 16:07:37 MS Bush, Powell's, and Gtown Pres 16:07:57 Mrs. Powell: President and Mrs, Bush, I am truly honored and humbled to be here on this stage. 16:08:16 I grew up in Birmingham, Al..and there when King made his speech in a crusade that would change the world forever.. 16:08:37 Living with my parents when my husband was on battlefield 16:08:47 We wondered with great fear, as this young man stood firm and demanded to take notice. 16:09:05 Dr. King's dreams was born out of a nightmare of humiliation and degradation of people. Colin and I believe that we are the inheritors of that dream. 16:09:45 Let none of us ever forget, continue the challenge.thank you very much. 16:10:03 Colin Powell: President and Mrs. Bush..ladies and gentlemen, students, we are honored to be with you. Sincere thanks to GTown for giving us this award named after a man with great integrity. I also want to thank target for their money for the scholarship. 16:10:50 Birmingham in 1963 I was in Vietnam and she was with her parents.chairman of the communications commission. 16:11:14 Birmingham that Dr. King wrote the letter from the jail, August when he gave the famous I have a dream speech.what was happening was well known.we were having a move, a civil war 100 yrs after the first one 16:11:51 Fund ourselves still struggling with discrimination, fighting 16:12:00 Things were changing. 16:12:04 10 yrs after we were segregated, 5 years we were segregrated even more 16:12:19 Nothing like that 16:12:25 All who marched with them, and worked with them 16:12:32 Dr King was recorded with troops, fought with honor.so profound, so fundamental.of what he did for all America 16:13:04 We take what King did.he held up a mirror to America..and in that wonderful voice of his and beautiful cadence he kept saying read what we are trying to show eth e rest of the world.if you read it and you believe it that our nation has changed 16:13:46 The civil war that has seen great progress but is not quite over. Not entirely fulfilled. Must not be just a legend but a reality 16:14:11 King if he were here would be 76 yrs old and would still say that our work is not done until every American believes that anything they desire ended by one's ability to dream and work hard. 16:14:45 King became a leader of the world.speaking out against poverty, ignorance..nagging us telling us we have to do more..do more than we are now. 16:15:04 Stand here very proud to be with you, proud to be given this award, humbled that others are deserving, others who came before us and never had an opportunity b/c they came along too early. 16:15:32 In their sacrifice they made it possible for us to achieve. Never forget it was done for you to make this country a better place..one day closer to the dream. 16:16:10 Now, pleasure to intro Pres Bush.. 16:16:21 President Bush: Thank you all. 16:16:35 thanks for coming, thanks for invite, Laura and I pleased to join you on this national holiday 16:16:54 thanks Dr. Djoa, and Gtown university, legacy of a dream award.thank choir, appreciate thoughtful words from voices of America 16:17:33 Can't wait to hear Aaron Neville..members of admin and guests, also want to thanks Dorothy Hype for joining us here this afternoon. 16:18:00 every yr on this day we reflect history of civil rights in America.story of slave owners who declare standard to put end to slavery 16:18:20 story of a terrible (HIT) 16:18:31 story of generations having seen them 16:18:40 a story of Americans like King and would not rest until they were written into law. 16:18:55 king was a minister of gospel who didn't have an easy life..today he would be 76 yrs old.spirit of John Wesley..I look up on all the world as my parish 16:19:21 the nation took notice in 1950's and 60's when he wrote I am in Birmingham b/c injustice here 16:19:34 power of intellect, truth of words, courage left this country a diff and better place 16:19:47 made own journey to a better place 16:19:53 king believes in the ideals of America offended everyday they were violated 16:20:08 studied founding docs and founds no exceptions to freedom 16:20:17 unfair practiced to country, no disappointment 16:20:24 king lived America.enough to confront it's injustice not compromising the truth and America loves him in return 16:20:43 King also knew mans right to be free far beyond charters of a country 16:20:57 believed and knew basis of our equality 16:21:10 teachings of Jesus stand, God for freedom will bring us to freedom 16:21:23 observe (HIT) 16:21:31 Next generations lessons must never be forgotten.racial justice in our society, and how much work remains to be done 16:21:48 we need them to know the greatest causes involve the greatest sacrifices, history, children know that a life can life up..message for the legacy of a dream award 16:22:18 Powell's are the most admired people in this country 16:22:31 for these 4 yrs they have been representative to the world.in honor of the nation.America is grateful of the service 16:22:49 They met on a blind date.Alma says she remembers the future general looking like a lost 12 year old 16:23:06 That's the side of the man I've never seen before. 16:23:14 That night he was memorized, from that say to this he is fortunate to have her at his side. 16:23:31 Colin has lived his own story of accomplishment that started before segregated ended.someone said "you're the best black lieutenant I've ever known" later, said if you measure me only against blacks you're making a mistake. Show you the best lieutenant in the army period. 16:24:16 best let. In the army went on that ended with 4 stars on his shoulder 16:24:28 along the way earned two purple heart, two pres medals of freedom, etc. 16:24:41 I'm not through yet. 16:25:13 Services, that pres Reagan..under bush and Clinton.. 16:25:24 4 yrs ago I was looking for someone with values, wisdom and decency, a leader bring out best I people.found all this and more in Colin Powell 16:25:53 65th sec of state, most affected and admired in history, rally world in global war, resolve conflicts, challenges of nat. disaster, and disease 16:26:15 tireless and self less and the work we shared he has become a great friend and appreciates all he has done for US 16:26:33 proudest achievements little to do with pub service, wonderful dad.over yrs, mentor to young people..become involved in lives of kids, hope and confidence 16:27:03 today we honor not just Colin's leadership but also his kindness and compassion 16:27:17 same kinds of idealism have marked Alma Johnson Powell, raised by strong and decent people 16:27:34 Birmingham, also home of Johnson family..Alma remembers her father during worst of days sitting with shotgun to protect 16:27:56 legend to generations of students, to daughter Alma always impressive as well 16:28:18 Alma served America as a soldiers wife, moving 18 time and 16:28:32 anyone who wants to know the meaning of duty should look at military families like the Powell's, 16:28:55 Leading member of the boras of trustees, author, volunteer, Alma Powell finest people we are privileged to know..supurb choice for the award. 16:29:25 we have chosen on this day for America to pay tribute to them who uphold highest ideal of citizenship. 16:29:41 love of country, show character as King. .thank you for the privilege and pleasure of honoring these fine Americans. 16:29:59 May god bless Powell's and US 16:30:07 Bush shakes hands with Powell 16:30:15 MS Powell and Bush's 16:30:25 Exit stage, Powell's and Bush's 16:36:47 Aaron Neville and quintet perform
President GW Bush Remarks at Event Honoring Martin Luter King Jr.
P January 17, 2005 President George W Bush and First Lady Laura Bush attend a Martin Luther King Georgetown University Event Honoring Secretary of State Colin Powell and his family at the Kennedy Center. President GW Bush makes remarks at Georgetown University's "Let Freedom Ring" Celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luter King Jr. RS: 20 Slugged: 1540 BUSH MLK X83 (Tape 1) 15:43:01 WS Choir singing on stage 15:45:44 WS Empty stage 15:49:48 Kennedy Center rep walks on stage 15:50:18 CU Kennedy rep 15:50:45 WS Stage 15:50:51 Rev. Constance Wheeler walks on stage 15:51:01 Bow our heads, and go to god in prayer, god of our weary years, tears asks for your .as we celebrate the life and legacy of MLK..if my people will humble themselves and pray and turn from their wicked ways then I will heal from heaven.lord humble ourselves today, MLK's dream.strength, despite challenge, deep love of Dr. King be released in us.we life up 15:52:22 in prayer before you.men and women in positions of authority, grant divine wisdom.spirit will rest upon them..lift up and may name be glorified. 15:52:54 We can always depend on you, not fear tomorrow.live trusting you, life our voices in praises.thank you for your faithfulness, amen. 15:53:29 CU: Tom Joyner 15:53:49 happy King day.Gtown U and Kennedy brings you celebration honoring MLK.here b/c of what he means to all of us 15:54:10 Members of Civil rights generation , I was one of them.King played role in my life as a child, heard him preach 15:54:29 Those who are members of Civ rights generation, we thank you. Most of students born yrs after..for you it is history.close as parents, gparents, neighbors, teachers.talk to the abut it 15:55:07 Be patient with them..sometimes they embellish things, and they talk a long time and let me tell you everyone claims to march with King arm and arm..thank the students 15:55:35 I want to see Coach Carter too but not today.we should thanks Kennedy center, for opening their doors again. 15:56:01 Even as we celebrate dream, use as imp part of celebration.. 15:56:41 WS Coach Powell walks on stage 15:57:41 WS Jack walks on stage 16:00:25 WS Georgetown President walks on stage 16:01:24 MS Colin Powell walks on stage 16:01:42 MS Bush and Laura walk on stage 16:01:56 Shaking hands 16:02:18 Georgetown University president: On behalf of Gtown U. thanks to Kennedy Center for hosting this, and target our sponsor to celebrate the life of King. Too brief like or MLK he challenged the world to a new standard. 16:02:50 Showed us how life should be lived. Part of our celebration GTown presents legacy of a dream award. Contributions to comm. Service reflect values and ideals of King. 16:03:29 George town presents this award to 2 people who's contributions are an inspiration to us all.Alma Johnson Powell has served her country as spouse and partner to top military leader and diplomat. Represented US at it's best. 16:04:05 Equal commitment improved lives of our children. Role model for a gen. of young women..thriveing neighborhoods.helping young people promise in lives,. 16:04:33 Colin Powell embraced the country from 1st time he walked into classroom. Embraced less public role as mentor and role model to people who find him accessible. 16:05:08 America's promise.a nations good will. When Pres George Bush asked him to again answer his nation's call he agreed, policy advisor to the Pres, worked on two fronts. 16:05:35 relationships between US and nations of the world..on the front pages important are his leadership of 2 presidential imitative, Millennium Challenge Account and the emergency plan for AIDS relief.combat AIDS 16:06:09 recognition to the Powell's dedication, creation of the legacy of the dream made possible from a donation.. 16:06:26 $25, 000 scholarship for Gtown student that reflects spirit of MLK..thank target for this gift for a deserving young person. 16:06:53 Contributions bring us clo0se to the vision of MLK..present the award to Sec State Colin Powell and Alma Johnson Powell 16:07:16 MS Powell's accepting award 16:07:27 MS Powell's with award and Bush's 16:07:37 MS Bush, Powell's, and Gtown Pres 16:07:57 Mrs. Powell: President and Mrs, Bush, I am truly honored and humbled to be here on this stage. 16:08:16 I grew up in Birmingham, Al..and there when King made his speech in a crusade that would change the world forever.. 16:08:37 Living with my parents when my husband was on battlefield 16:08:47 We wondered with great fear, as this young man stood firm and demanded to take notice. 16:09:05 Dr. King's dreams was born out of a nightmare of humiliation and degradation of people. Colin and I believe that we are the inheritors of that dream. 16:09:45 Let none of us ever forget, continue the challenge.thank you very much. 16:10:03 Colin Powell: President and Mrs. Bush..ladies and gentlemen, students, we are honored to be with you. Sincere thanks to GTown for giving us this award named after a man with great integrity. I also want to thank target for their money for the scholarship. 16:10:50 Birmingham in 1963 I was in Vietnam and she was with her parents.chairman of the communications commission. 16:11:14 Birmingham that Dr. King wrote the letter from the jail, August when he gave the famous I have a dream speech.what was happening was well known.we were having a move, a civil war 100 yrs after the first one 16:11:51 Fund ourselves still struggling with discrimination, fighting 16:12:00 Things were changing. 16:12:04 10 yrs after we were segregated, 5 years we were segregrated even more 16:12:19 Nothing like that 16:12:25 All who marched with them, and worked with them 16:12:32 Dr King was recorded with troops, fought with honor.so profound, so fundamental.of what he did for all America 16:13:04 We take what King did.he held up a mirror to America..and in that wonderful voice of his and beautiful cadence he kept saying read what we are trying to show eth e rest of the world.if you read it and you believe it that our nation has changed 16:13:46 The civil war that has seen great progress but is not quite over. Not entirely fulfilled. Must not be just a legend but a reality 16:14:11 King if he were here would be 76 yrs old and would still say that our work is not done until every American believes that anything they desire ended by one's ability to dream and work hard. 16:14:45 King became a leader of the world.speaking out against poverty, ignorance..nagging us telling us we have to do more..do more than we are now. 16:15:04 Stand here very proud to be with you, proud to be given this award, humbled that others are deserving, others who came before us and never had an opportunity b/c they came along too early. 16:15:32 In their sacrifice they made it possible for us to achieve. Never forget it was done for you to make this country a better place..one day closer to the dream. 16:16:10 Now, pleasure to intro Pres Bush.. 16:16:21 President Bush: Thank you all. 16:16:35 thanks for coming, thanks for invite, Laura and I pleased to join you on this national holiday 16:16:54 thanks Dr. Djoa, and Gtown university, legacy of a dream award.thank choir, appreciate thoughtful words from voices of America 16:17:33 Can't wait to hear Aaron Neville..members of admin and guests, also want to thanks Dorothy Hype for joining us here this afternoon. 16:18:00 every yr on this day we reflect history of civil rights in America.story of slave owners who declare standard to put end to slavery 16:18:20 story of a terrible (HIT) 16:18:31 story of generations having seen them 16:18:40 a story of Americans like King and would not rest until they were written into law. 16:18:55 king was a minister of gospel who didn't have an easy life..today he would be 76 yrs old.spirit of John Wesley..I look up on all the world as my parish 16:19:21 the nation took notice in 1950's and 60's when he wrote I am in Birmingham b/c injustice here 16:19:34 power of intellect, truth of words, courage left this country a diff and better place 16:19:47 made own journey to a better place 16:19:53 king believes in the ideals of America offended everyday they were violated 16:20:08 studied founding docs and founds no exceptions to freedom 16:20:17 unfair practiced to country, no disappointment 16:20:24 king lived America.enough to confront it's injustice not compromising the truth and America loves him in return 16:20:43 King also knew mans right to be free far beyond charters of a country 16:20:57 believed and knew basis of our equality 16:21:10 teachings of Jesus stand, God for freedom will bring us to freedom 16:21:23 observe (HIT) 16:21:31 Next generations lessons must never be forgotten.racial justice in our society, and how much work remains to be done 16:21:48 we need them to know the greatest causes involve the greatest sacrifices, history, children know that a life can life up..message for the legacy of a dream award 16:22:18 Powell's are the most admired people in this country 16:22:31 for these 4 yrs they have been representative to the world.in honor of the nation.America is grateful of the service 16:22:49 They met on a blind date.Alma says she remembers the future general looking like a lost 12 year old 16:23:06 That's the side of the man I've never seen before. 16:23:14 That night he was memorized, from that say to this he is fortunate to have her at his side. 16:23:31 Colin has lived his own story of accomplishment that started before segregated ended.someone said "you're the best black lieutenant I've ever known" later, said if you measure me only against blacks you're making a mistake. Show you the best lieutenant in the army period. 16:24:16 best let. In the army went on that ended with 4 stars on his shoulder 16:24:28 along the way earned two purple heart, two pres medals of freedom, etc. 16:24:41 I'm not through yet. 16:25:13 Services, that pres Reagan..under bush and Clinton.. 16:25:24 4 yrs ago I was looking for someone with values, wisdom and decency, a leader bring out best I people.found all this and more in Colin Powell 16:25:53 65th sec of state, most affected and admired in history, rally world in global war, resolve conflicts, challenges of nat. disaster, and disease 16:26:15 tireless and self less and the work we shared he has become a great friend and appreciates all he has done for US 16:26:33 proudest achievements little to do with pub service, wonderful dad.over yrs, mentor to young people..become involved in lives of kids, hope and confidence 16:27:03 today we honor not just Colin's leadership but also his kindness and compassion 16:27:17 same kinds of idealism have marked Alma Johnson Powell, raised by strong and decent people 16:27:34 Birmingham, also home of Johnson family..Alma remembers her father during worst of days sitting with shotgun to protect 16:27:56 legend to generations of students, to daughter Alma always impressive as well 16:28:18 Alma served America as a soldiers wife, moving 18 time and 16:28:32 anyone who wants to know the meaning of duty should look at military families like the Powell's, 16:28:55 Leading member of the boras of trustees, author, volunteer, Alma Powell finest people we are privileged to know..supurb choice for the award. 16:29:25 we have chosen on this day for America to pay tribute to them who uphold highest ideal of citizenship. 16:29:41 love of country, show character as King. .thank you for the privilege and pleasure of honoring these fine Americans. 16:29:59 May god bless Powell's and US 16:30:07 Bush shakes hands with Powell 16:30:15 MS Powell and Bush's 16:30:25 Exit stage, Powell's and Bush's 16:36:47 Aaron Neville and quintet perform
President GW Bush Remarks at Event Honoring Martin Luter King Jr.
P January 17, 2005 President George W Bush and First Lady Laura Bush attend a Martin Luther King Georgetown University Event Honoring Secretary of State Colin Powell and his family at the Kennedy Center. President GW Bush makes remarks at Georgetown University's "Let Freedom Ring" Celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luter King Jr. RS: 20 Slugged: 1540 BUSH MLK X83 (Tape 1) 15:43:01 WS Choir singing on stage 15:45:44 WS Empty stage 15:49:48 Kennedy Center rep walks on stage 15:50:18 CU Kennedy rep 15:50:45 WS Stage 15:50:51 Rev. Constance Wheeler walks on stage 15:51:01 Bow our heads, and go to god in prayer, god of our weary years, tears asks for your .as we celebrate the life and legacy of MLK..if my people will humble themselves and pray and turn from their wicked ways then I will heal from heaven.lord humble ourselves today, MLK's dream.strength, despite challenge, deep love of Dr. King be released in us.we life up 15:52:22 in prayer before you.men and women in positions of authority, grant divine wisdom.spirit will rest upon them..lift up and may name be glorified. 15:52:54 We can always depend on you, not fear tomorrow.live trusting you, life our voices in praises.thank you for your faithfulness, amen. 15:53:29 CU: Tom Joyner 15:53:49 happy King day.Gtown U and Kennedy brings you celebration honoring MLK.here b/c of what he means to all of us 15:54:10 Members of Civil rights generation , I was one of them.King played role in my life as a child, heard him preach 15:54:29 Those who are members of Civ rights generation, we thank you. Most of students born yrs after..for you it is history.close as parents, gparents, neighbors, teachers.talk to the abut it 15:55:07 Be patient with them..sometimes they embellish things, and they talk a long time and let me tell you everyone claims to march with King arm and arm..thank the students 15:55:35 I want to see Coach Carter too but not today.we should thanks Kennedy center, for opening their doors again. 15:56:01 Even as we celebrate dream, use as imp part of celebration.. 15:56:41 WS Coach Powell walks on stage 15:57:41 WS Jack walks on stage 16:00:25 WS Georgetown President walks on stage 16:01:24 MS Colin Powell walks on stage 16:01:42 MS Bush and Laura walk on stage 16:01:56 Shaking hands 16:02:18 Georgetown University president: On behalf of Gtown U. thanks to Kennedy Center for hosting this, and target our sponsor to celebrate the life of King. Too brief like or MLK he challenged the world to a new standard. 16:02:50 Showed us how life should be lived. Part of our celebration GTown presents legacy of a dream award. Contributions to comm. Service reflect values and ideals of King. 16:03:29 George town presents this award to 2 people who's contributions are an inspiration to us all.Alma Johnson Powell has served her country as spouse and partner to top military leader and diplomat. Represented US at it's best. 16:04:05 Equal commitment improved lives of our children. Role model for a gen. of young women..thriveing neighborhoods.helping young people promise in lives,. 16:04:33 Colin Powell embraced the country from 1st time he walked into classroom. Embraced less public role as mentor and role model to people who find him accessible. 16:05:08 America's promise.a nations good will. When Pres George Bush asked him to again answer his nation's call he agreed, policy advisor to the Pres, worked on two fronts. 16:05:35 relationships between US and nations of the world..on the front pages important are his leadership of 2 presidential imitative, Millennium Challenge Account and the emergency plan for AIDS relief.combat AIDS 16:06:09 recognition to the Powell's dedication, creation of the legacy of the dream made possible from a donation.. 16:06:26 $25, 000 scholarship for Gtown student that reflects spirit of MLK..thank target for this gift for a deserving young person. 16:06:53 Contributions bring us clo0se to the vision of MLK..present the award to Sec State Colin Powell and Alma Johnson Powell 16:07:16 MS Powell's accepting award 16:07:27 MS Powell's with award and Bush's 16:07:37 MS Bush, Powell's, and Gtown Pres 16:07:57 Mrs. Powell: President and Mrs, Bush, I am truly honored and humbled to be here on this stage. 16:08:16 I grew up in Birmingham, Al..and there when King made his speech in a crusade that would change the world forever.. 16:08:37 Living with my parents when my husband was on battlefield 16:08:47 We wondered with great fear, as this young man stood firm and demanded to take notice. 16:09:05 Dr. King's dreams was born out of a nightmare of humiliation and degradation of people. Colin and I believe that we are the inheritors of that dream. 16:09:45 Let none of us ever forget, continue the challenge.thank you very much. 16:10:03 Colin Powell: President and Mrs. Bush..ladies and gentlemen, students, we are honored to be with you. Sincere thanks to GTown for giving us this award named after a man with great integrity. I also want to thank target for their money for the scholarship. 16:10:50 Birmingham in 1963 I was in Vietnam and she was with her parents.chairman of the communications commission. 16:11:14 Birmingham that Dr. King wrote the letter from the jail, August when he gave the famous I have a dream speech.what was happening was well known.we were having a move, a civil war 100 yrs after the first one 16:11:51 Fund ourselves still struggling with discrimination, fighting 16:12:00 Things were changing. 16:12:04 10 yrs after we were segregated, 5 years we were segregrated even more 16:12:19 Nothing like that 16:12:25 All who marched with them, and worked with them 16:12:32 Dr King was recorded with troops, fought with honor.so profound, so fundamental.of what he did for all America 16:13:04 We take what King did.he held up a mirror to America..and in that wonderful voice of his and beautiful cadence he kept saying read what we are trying to show eth e rest of the world.if you read it and you believe it that our nation has changed 16:13:46 The civil war that has seen great progress but is not quite over. Not entirely fulfilled. Must not be just a legend but a reality 16:14:11 King if he were here would be 76 yrs old and would still say that our work is not done until every American believes that anything they desire ended by one's ability to dream and work hard. 16:14:45 King became a leader of the world.speaking out against poverty, ignorance..nagging us telling us we have to do more..do more than we are now. 16:15:04 Stand here very proud to be with you, proud to be given this award, humbled that others are deserving, others who came before us and never had an opportunity b/c they came along too early. 16:15:32 In their sacrifice they made it possible for us to achieve. Never forget it was done for you to make this country a better place..one day closer to the dream. 16:16:10 Now, pleasure to intro Pres Bush.. 16:16:21 President Bush: Thank you all. 16:16:35 thanks for coming, thanks for invite, Laura and I pleased to join you on this national holiday 16:16:54 thanks Dr. Djoa, and Gtown university, legacy of a dream award.thank choir, appreciate thoughtful words from voices of America 16:17:33 Can't wait to hear Aaron Neville..members of admin and guests, also want to thanks Dorothy Hype for joining us here this afternoon. 16:18:00 every yr on this day we reflect history of civil rights in America.story of slave owners who declare standard to put end to slavery 16:18:20 story of a terrible (HIT) 16:18:31 story of generations having seen them 16:18:40 a story of Americans like King and would not rest until they were written into law. 16:18:55 king was a minister of gospel who didn't have an easy life..today he would be 76 yrs old.spirit of John Wesley..I look up on all the world as my parish 16:19:21 the nation took notice in 1950's and 60's when he wrote I am in Birmingham b/c injustice here 16:19:34 power of intellect, truth of words, courage left this country a diff and better place 16:19:47 made own journey to a better place 16:19:53 king believes in the ideals of America offended everyday they were violated 16:20:08 studied founding docs and founds no exceptions to freedom 16:20:17 unfair practiced to country, no disappointment 16:20:24 king lived America.enough to confront it's injustice not compromising the truth and America loves him in return 16:20:43 King also knew mans right to be free far beyond charters of a country 16:20:57 believed and knew basis of our equality 16:21:10 teachings of Jesus stand, God for freedom will bring us to freedom 16:21:23 observe (HIT) 16:21:31 Next generations lessons must never be forgotten.racial justice in our society, and how much work remains to be done 16:21:48 we need them to know the greatest causes involve the greatest sacrifices, history, children know that a life can life up..message for the legacy of a dream award 16:22:18 Powell's are the most admired people in this country 16:22:31 for these 4 yrs they have been representative to the world.in honor of the nation.America is grateful of the service 16:22:49 They met on a blind date.Alma says she remembers the future general looking like a lost 12 year old 16:23:06 That's the side of the man I've never seen before. 16:23:14 That night he was memorized, from that say to this he is fortunate to have her at his side. 16:23:31 Colin has lived his own story of accomplishment that started before segregated ended.someone said "you're the best black lieutenant I've ever known" later, said if you measure me only against blacks you're making a mistake. Show you the best lieutenant in the army period. 16:24:16 best let. In the army went on that ended with 4 stars on his shoulder 16:24:28 along the way earned two purple heart, two pres medals of freedom, etc. 16:24:41 I'm not through yet. 16:25:13 Services, that pres Reagan..under bush and Clinton.. 16:25:24 4 yrs ago I was looking for someone with values, wisdom and decency, a leader bring out best I people.found all this and more in Colin Powell 16:25:53 65th sec of state, most affected and admired in history, rally world in global war, resolve conflicts, challenges of nat. disaster, and disease 16:26:15 tireless and self less and the work we shared he has become a great friend and appreciates all he has done for US 16:26:33 proudest achievements little to do with pub service, wonderful dad.over yrs, mentor to young people..become involved in lives of kids, hope and confidence 16:27:03 today we honor not just Colin's leadership but also his kindness and compassion 16:27:17 same kinds of idealism have marked Alma Johnson Powell, raised by strong and decent people 16:27:34 Birmingham, also home of Johnson family..Alma remembers her father during worst of days sitting with shotgun to protect 16:27:56 legend to generations of students, to daughter Alma always impressive as well 16:28:18 Alma served America as a soldiers wife, moving 18 time and 16:28:32 anyone who wants to know the meaning of duty should look at military families like the Powell's, 16:28:55 Leading member of the boras of trustees, author, volunteer, Alma Powell finest people we are privileged to know..supurb choice for the award. 16:29:25 we have chosen on this day for America to pay tribute to them who uphold highest ideal of citizenship. 16:29:41 love of country, show character as King. .thank you for the privilege and pleasure of honoring these fine Americans. 16:29:59 May god bless Powell's and US 16:30:07 Bush shakes hands with Powell 16:30:15 MS Powell and Bush's 16:30:25 Exit stage, Powell's and Bush's 16:36:47 Aaron Neville and quintet perform
President GW Bush Remarks at Event Honoring Martin Luter King Jr.
P January 17, 2005 President George W Bush and First Lady Laura Bush attend a Martin Luther King Georgetown University Event Honoring Secretary of State Colin Powell and his family at the Kennedy Center. President GW Bush makes remarks at Georgetown University's "Let Freedom Ring" Celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luter King Jr. RS: 20 Slugged: 1540 BUSH MLK X83 (Tape 1) 15:43:01 WS Choir singing on stage 15:45:44 WS Empty stage 15:49:48 Kennedy Center rep walks on stage 15:50:18 CU Kennedy rep 15:50:45 WS Stage 15:50:51 Rev. Constance Wheeler walks on stage 15:51:01 Bow our heads, and go to god in prayer, god of our weary years, tears asks for your .as we celebrate the life and legacy of MLK..if my people will humble themselves and pray and turn from their wicked ways then I will heal from heaven.lord humble ourselves today, MLK's dream.strength, despite challenge, deep love of Dr. King be released in us.we life up 15:52:22 in prayer before you.men and women in positions of authority, grant divine wisdom.spirit will rest upon them..lift up and may name be glorified. 15:52:54 We can always depend on you, not fear tomorrow.live trusting you, life our voices in praises.thank you for your faithfulness, amen. 15:53:29 CU: Tom Joyner 15:53:49 happy King day.Gtown U and Kennedy brings you celebration honoring MLK.here b/c of what he means to all of us 15:54:10 Members of Civil rights generation , I was one of them.King played role in my life as a child, heard him preach 15:54:29 Those who are members of Civ rights generation, we thank you. Most of students born yrs after..for you it is history.close as parents, gparents, neighbors, teachers.talk to the abut it 15:55:07 Be patient with them..sometimes they embellish things, and they talk a long time and let me tell you everyone claims to march with King arm and arm..thank the students 15:55:35 I want to see Coach Carter too but not today.we should thanks Kennedy center, for opening their doors again. 15:56:01 Even as we celebrate dream, use as imp part of celebration.. 15:56:41 WS Coach Powell walks on stage 15:57:41 WS Jack walks on stage 16:00:25 WS Georgetown President walks on stage 16:01:24 MS Colin Powell walks on stage 16:01:42 MS Bush and Laura walk on stage 16:01:56 Shaking hands 16:02:18 Georgetown University president: On behalf of Gtown U. thanks to Kennedy Center for hosting this, and target our sponsor to celebrate the life of King. Too brief like or MLK he challenged the world to a new standard. 16:02:50 Showed us how life should be lived. Part of our celebration GTown presents legacy of a dream award. Contributions to comm. Service reflect values and ideals of King. 16:03:29 George town presents this award to 2 people who's contributions are an inspiration to us all.Alma Johnson Powell has served her country as spouse and partner to top military leader and diplomat. Represented US at it's best. 16:04:05 Equal commitment improved lives of our children. Role model for a gen. of young women..thriveing neighborhoods.helping young people promise in lives,. 16:04:33 Colin Powell embraced the country from 1st time he walked into classroom. Embraced less public role as mentor and role model to people who find him accessible. 16:05:08 America's promise.a nations good will. When Pres George Bush asked him to again answer his nation's call he agreed, policy advisor to the Pres, worked on two fronts. 16:05:35 relationships between US and nations of the world..on the front pages important are his leadership of 2 presidential imitative, Millennium Challenge Account and the emergency plan for AIDS relief.combat AIDS 16:06:09 recognition to the Powell's dedication, creation of the legacy of the dream made possible from a donation.. 16:06:26 $25, 000 scholarship for Gtown student that reflects spirit of MLK..thank target for this gift for a deserving young person. 16:06:53 Contributions bring us clo0se to the vision of MLK..present the award to Sec State Colin Powell and Alma Johnson Powell 16:07:16 MS Powell's accepting award 16:07:27 MS Powell's with award and Bush's 16:07:37 MS Bush, Powell's, and Gtown Pres 16:07:57 Mrs. Powell: President and Mrs, Bush, I am truly honored and humbled to be here on this stage. 16:08:16 I grew up in Birmingham, Al..and there when King made his speech in a crusade that would change the world forever.. 16:08:37 Living with my parents when my husband was on battlefield 16:08:47 We wondered with great fear, as this young man stood firm and demanded to take notice. 16:09:05 Dr. King's dreams was born out of a nightmare of humiliation and degradation of people. Colin and I believe that we are the inheritors of that dream. 16:09:45 Let none of us ever forget, continue the challenge.thank you very much. 16:10:03 Colin Powell: President and Mrs. Bush..ladies and gentlemen, students, we are honored to be with you. Sincere thanks to GTown for giving us this award named after a man with great integrity. I also want to thank target for their money for the scholarship. 16:10:50 Birmingham in 1963 I was in Vietnam and she was with her parents.chairman of the communications commission. 16:11:14 Birmingham that Dr. King wrote the letter from the jail, August when he gave the famous I have a dream speech.what was happening was well known.we were having a move, a civil war 100 yrs after the first one 16:11:51 Fund ourselves still struggling with discrimination, fighting 16:12:00 Things were changing. 16:12:04 10 yrs after we were segregated, 5 years we were segregrated even more 16:12:19 Nothing like that 16:12:25 All who marched with them, and worked with them 16:12:32 Dr King was recorded with troops, fought with honor.so profound, so fundamental.of what he did for all America 16:13:04 We take what King did.he held up a mirror to America..and in that wonderful voice of his and beautiful cadence he kept saying read what we are trying to show eth e rest of the world.if you read it and you believe it that our nation has changed 16:13:46 The civil war that has seen great progress but is not quite over. Not entirely fulfilled. Must not be just a legend but a reality 16:14:11 King if he were here would be 76 yrs old and would still say that our work is not done until every American believes that anything they desire ended by one's ability to dream and work hard. 16:14:45 King became a leader of the world.speaking out against poverty, ignorance..nagging us telling us we have to do more..do more than we are now. 16:15:04 Stand here very proud to be with you, proud to be given this award, humbled that others are deserving, others who came before us and never had an opportunity b/c they came along too early. 16:15:32 In their sacrifice they made it possible for us to achieve. Never forget it was done for you to make this country a better place..one day closer to the dream. 16:16:10 Now, pleasure to intro Pres Bush.. 16:16:21 President Bush: Thank you all. 16:16:35 thanks for coming, thanks for invite, Laura and I pleased to join you on this national holiday 16:16:54 thanks Dr. Djoa, and Gtown university, legacy of a dream award.thank choir, appreciate thoughtful words from voices of America 16:17:33 Can't wait to hear Aaron Neville..members of admin and guests, also want to thanks Dorothy Hype for joining us here this afternoon. 16:18:00 every yr on this day we reflect history of civil rights in America.story of slave owners who declare standard to put end to slavery 16:18:20 story of a terrible (HIT) 16:18:31 story of generations having seen them 16:18:40 a story of Americans like King and would not rest until they were written into law. 16:18:55 king was a minister of gospel who didn't have an easy life..today he would be 76 yrs old.spirit of John Wesley..I look up on all the world as my parish 16:19:21 the nation took notice in 1950's and 60's when he wrote I am in Birmingham b/c injustice here 16:19:34 power of intellect, truth of words, courage left this country a diff and better place 16:19:47 made own journey to a better place 16:19:53 king believes in the ideals of America offended everyday they were violated 16:20:08 studied founding docs and founds no exceptions to freedom 16:20:17 unfair practiced to country, no disappointment 16:20:24 king lived America.enough to confront it's injustice not compromising the truth and America loves him in return 16:20:43 King also knew mans right to be free far beyond charters of a country 16:20:57 believed and knew basis of our equality 16:21:10 teachings of Jesus stand, God for freedom will bring us to freedom 16:21:23 observe (HIT) 16:21:31 Next generations lessons must never be forgotten.racial justice in our society, and how much work remains to be done 16:21:48 we need them to know the greatest causes involve the greatest sacrifices, history, children know that a life can life up..message for the legacy of a dream award 16:22:18 Powell's are the most admired people in this country 16:22:31 for these 4 yrs they have been representative to the world.in honor of the nation.America is grateful of the service 16:22:49 They met on a blind date.Alma says she remembers the future general looking like a lost 12 year old 16:23:06 That's the side of the man I've never seen before. 16:23:14 That night he was memorized, from that say to this he is fortunate to have her at his side. 16:23:31 Colin has lived his own story of accomplishment that started before segregated ended.someone said "you're the best black lieutenant I've ever known" later, said if you measure me only against blacks you're making a mistake. Show you the best lieutenant in the army period. 16:24:16 best let. In the army went on that ended with 4 stars on his shoulder 16:24:28 along the way earned two purple heart, two pres medals of freedom, etc. 16:24:41 I'm not through yet. 16:25:13 Services, that pres Reagan..under bush and Clinton.. 16:25:24 4 yrs ago I was looking for someone with values, wisdom and decency, a leader bring out best I people.found all this and more in Colin Powell 16:25:53 65th sec of state, most affected and admired in history, rally world in global war, resolve conflicts, challenges of nat. disaster, and disease 16:26:15 tireless and self less and the work we shared he has become a great friend and appreciates all he has done for US 16:26:33 proudest achievements little to do with pub service, wonderful dad.over yrs, mentor to young people..become involved in lives of kids, hope and confidence 16:27:03 today we honor not just Colin's leadership but also his kindness and compassion 16:27:17 same kinds of idealism have marked Alma Johnson Powell, raised by strong and decent people 16:27:34 Birmingham, also home of Johnson family..Alma remembers her father during worst of days sitting with shotgun to protect 16:27:56 legend to generations of students, to daughter Alma always impressive as well 16:28:18 Alma served America as a soldiers wife, moving 18 time and 16:28:32 anyone who wants to know the meaning of duty should look at military families like the Powell's, 16:28:55 Leading member of the boras of trustees, author, volunteer, Alma Powell finest people we are privileged to know..supurb choice for the award. 16:29:25 we have chosen on this day for America to pay tribute to them who uphold highest ideal of citizenship. 16:29:41 love of country, show character as King. .thank you for the privilege and pleasure of honoring these fine Americans. 16:29:59 May god bless Powell's and US 16:30:07 Bush shakes hands with Powell 16:30:15 MS Powell and Bush's 16:30:25 Exit stage, Powell's and Bush's 16:36:47 Aaron Neville and quintet perform
President GW Bush Remarks at Event Honoring Martin Luter King Jr.
P January 17, 2005 President George W Bush and First Lady Laura Bush attend a Martin Luther King Georgetown University Event Honoring Secretary of State Colin Powell and his family at the Kennedy Center. President GW Bush makes remarks at Georgetown University's "Let Freedom Ring" Celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luter King Jr. RS: 20 Slugged: 1540 BUSH MLK X83 (Tape 1) 15:43:01 WS Choir singing on stage 15:45:44 WS Empty stage 15:49:48 Kennedy Center rep walks on stage 15:50:18 CU Kennedy rep 15:50:45 WS Stage 15:50:51 Rev. Constance Wheeler walks on stage 15:51:01 Bow our heads, and go to god in prayer, god of our weary years, tears asks for your .as we celebrate the life and legacy of MLK..if my people will humble themselves and pray and turn from their wicked ways then I will heal from heaven.lord humble ourselves today, MLK's dream.strength, despite challenge, deep love of Dr. King be released in us.we life up 15:52:22 in prayer before you.men and women in positions of authority, grant divine wisdom.spirit will rest upon them..lift up and may name be glorified. 15:52:54 We can always depend on you, not fear tomorrow.live trusting you, life our voices in praises.thank you for your faithfulness, amen. 15:53:29 CU: Tom Joyner 15:53:49 happy King day.Gtown U and Kennedy brings you celebration honoring MLK.here b/c of what he means to all of us 15:54:10 Members of Civil rights generation , I was one of them.King played role in my life as a child, heard him preach 15:54:29 Those who are members of Civ rights generation, we thank you. Most of students born yrs after..for you it is history.close as parents, gparents, neighbors, teachers.talk to the abut it 15:55:07 Be patient with them..sometimes they embellish things, and they talk a long time and let me tell you everyone claims to march with King arm and arm..thank the students 15:55:35 I want to see Coach Carter too but not today.we should thanks Kennedy center, for opening their doors again. 15:56:01 Even as we celebrate dream, use as imp part of celebration.. 15:56:41 WS Coach Powell walks on stage 15:57:41 WS Jack walks on stage 16:00:25 WS Georgetown President walks on stage 16:01:24 MS Colin Powell walks on stage 16:01:42 MS Bush and Laura walk on stage 16:01:56 Shaking hands 16:02:18 Georgetown University president: On behalf of Gtown U. thanks to Kennedy Center for hosting this, and target our sponsor to celebrate the life of King. Too brief like or MLK he challenged the world to a new standard. 16:02:50 Showed us how life should be lived. Part of our celebration GTown presents legacy of a dream award. Contributions to comm. Service reflect values and ideals of King. 16:03:29 George town presents this award to 2 people who's contributions are an inspiration to us all.Alma Johnson Powell has served her country as spouse and partner to top military leader and diplomat. Represented US at it's best. 16:04:05 Equal commitment improved lives of our children. Role model for a gen. of young women..thriveing neighborhoods.helping young people promise in lives,. 16:04:33 Colin Powell embraced the country from 1st time he walked into classroom. Embraced less public role as mentor and role model to people who find him accessible. 16:05:08 America's promise.a nations good will. When Pres George Bush asked him to again answer his nation's call he agreed, policy advisor to the Pres, worked on two fronts. 16:05:35 relationships between US and nations of the world..on the front pages important are his leadership of 2 presidential imitative, Millennium Challenge Account and the emergency plan for AIDS relief.combat AIDS 16:06:09 recognition to the Powell's dedication, creation of the legacy of the dream made possible from a donation.. 16:06:26 $25, 000 scholarship for Gtown student that reflects spirit of MLK..thank target for this gift for a deserving young person. 16:06:53 Contributions bring us clo0se to the vision of MLK..present the award to Sec State Colin Powell and Alma Johnson Powell 16:07:16 MS Powell's accepting award 16:07:27 MS Powell's with award and Bush's 16:07:37 MS Bush, Powell's, and Gtown Pres 16:07:57 Mrs. Powell: President and Mrs, Bush, I am truly honored and humbled to be here on this stage. 16:08:16 I grew up in Birmingham, Al..and there when King made his speech in a crusade that would change the world forever.. 16:08:37 Living with my parents when my husband was on battlefield 16:08:47 We wondered with great fear, as this young man stood firm and demanded to take notice. 16:09:05 Dr. King's dreams was born out of a nightmare of humiliation and degradation of people. Colin and I believe that we are the inheritors of that dream. 16:09:45 Let none of us ever forget, continue the challenge.thank you very much. 16:10:03 Colin Powell: President and Mrs. Bush..ladies and gentlemen, students, we are honored to be with you. Sincere thanks to GTown for giving us this award named after a man with great integrity. I also want to thank target for their money for the scholarship. 16:10:50 Birmingham in 1963 I was in Vietnam and she was with her parents.chairman of the communications commission. 16:11:14 Birmingham that Dr. King wrote the letter from the jail, August when he gave the famous I have a dream speech.what was happening was well known.we were having a move, a civil war 100 yrs after the first one 16:11:51 Fund ourselves still struggling with discrimination, fighting 16:12:00 Things were changing. 16:12:04 10 yrs after we were segregated, 5 years we were segregrated even more 16:12:19 Nothing like that 16:12:25 All who marched with them, and worked with them 16:12:32 Dr King was recorded with troops, fought with honor.so profound, so fundamental.of what he did for all America 16:13:04 We take what King did.he held up a mirror to America..and in that wonderful voice of his and beautiful cadence he kept saying read what we are trying to show eth e rest of the world.if you read it and you believe it that our nation has changed 16:13:46 The civil war that has seen great progress but is not quite over. Not entirely fulfilled. Must not be just a legend but a reality 16:14:11 King if he were here would be 76 yrs old and would still say that our work is not done until every American believes that anything they desire ended by one's ability to dream and work hard. 16:14:45 King became a leader of the world.speaking out against poverty, ignorance..nagging us telling us we have to do more..do more than we are now. 16:15:04 Stand here very proud to be with you, proud to be given this award, humbled that others are deserving, others who came before us and never had an opportunity b/c they came along too early. 16:15:32 In their sacrifice they made it possible for us to achieve. Never forget it was done for you to make this country a better place..one day closer to the dream. 16:16:10 Now, pleasure to intro Pres Bush.. 16:16:21 President Bush: Thank you all. 16:16:35 thanks for coming, thanks for invite, Laura and I pleased to join you on this national holiday 16:16:54 thanks Dr. Djoa, and Gtown university, legacy of a dream award.thank choir, appreciate thoughtful words from voices of America 16:17:33 Can't wait to hear Aaron Neville..members of admin and guests, also want to thanks Dorothy Hype for joining us here this afternoon. 16:18:00 every yr on this day we reflect history of civil rights in America.story of slave owners who declare standard to put end to slavery 16:18:20 story of a terrible (HIT) 16:18:31 story of generations having seen them 16:18:40 a story of Americans like King and would not rest until they were written into law. 16:18:55 king was a minister of gospel who didn't have an easy life..today he would be 76 yrs old.spirit of John Wesley..I look up on all the world as my parish 16:19:21 the nation took notice in 1950's and 60's when he wrote I am in Birmingham b/c injustice here 16:19:34 power of intellect, truth of words, courage left this country a diff and better place 16:19:47 made own journey to a better place 16:19:53 king believes in the ideals of America offended everyday they were violated 16:20:08 studied founding docs and founds no exceptions to freedom 16:20:17 unfair practiced to country, no disappointment 16:20:24 king lived America.enough to confront it's injustice not compromising the truth and America loves him in return 16:20:43 King also knew mans right to be free far beyond charters of a country 16:20:57 believed and knew basis of our equality 16:21:10 teachings of Jesus stand, God for freedom will bring us to freedom 16:21:23 observe (HIT) 16:21:31 Next generations lessons must never be forgotten.racial justice in our society, and how much work remains to be done 16:21:48 we need them to know the greatest causes involve the greatest sacrifices, history, children know that a life can life up..message for the legacy of a dream award 16:22:18 Powell's are the most admired people in this country 16:22:31 for these 4 yrs they have been representative to the world.in honor of the nation.America is grateful of the service 16:22:49 They met on a blind date.Alma says she remembers the future general looking like a lost 12 year old 16:23:06 That's the side of the man I've never seen before. 16:23:14 That night he was memorized, from that say to this he is fortunate to have her at his side. 16:23:31 Colin has lived his own story of accomplishment that started before segregated ended.someone said "you're the best black lieutenant I've ever known" later, said if you measure me only against blacks you're making a mistake. Show you the best lieutenant in the army period. 16:24:16 best let. In the army went on that ended with 4 stars on his shoulder 16:24:28 along the way earned two purple heart, two pres medals of freedom, etc. 16:24:41 I'm not through yet. 16:25:13 Services, that pres Reagan..under bush and Clinton.. 16:25:24 4 yrs ago I was looking for someone with values, wisdom and decency, a leader bring out best I people.found all this and more in Colin Powell 16:25:53 65th sec of state, most affected and admired in history, rally world in global war, resolve conflicts, challenges of nat. disaster, and disease 16:26:15 tireless and self less and the work we shared he has become a great friend and appreciates all he has done for US 16:26:33 proudest achievements little to do with pub service, wonderful dad.over yrs, mentor to young people..become involved in lives of kids, hope and confidence 16:27:03 today we honor not just Colin's leadership but also his kindness and compassion 16:27:17 same kinds of idealism have marked Alma Johnson Powell, raised by strong and decent people 16:27:34 Birmingham, also home of Johnson family..Alma remembers her father during worst of days sitting with shotgun to protect 16:27:56 legend to generations of students, to daughter Alma always impressive as well 16:28:18 Alma served America as a soldiers wife, moving 18 time and 16:28:32 anyone who wants to know the meaning of duty should look at military families like the Powell's, 16:28:55 Leading member of the boras of trustees, author, volunteer, Alma Powell finest people we are privileged to know..supurb choice for the award. 16:29:25 we have chosen on this day for America to pay tribute to them who uphold highest ideal of citizenship. 16:29:41 love of country, show character as King. .thank you for the privilege and pleasure of honoring these fine Americans. 16:29:59 May god bless Powell's and US 16:30:07 Bush shakes hands with Powell 16:30:15 MS Powell and Bush's 16:30:25 Exit stage, Powell's and Bush's 16:36:47 Aaron Neville and quintet perform
President GW Bush Remarks at Event Honoring Martin Luter King Jr.
P January 17, 2005 President George W Bush and First Lady Laura Bush attend a Martin Luther King Georgetown University Event Honoring Secretary of State Colin Powell and his family at the Kennedy Center. President GW Bush makes remarks at Georgetown University's "Let Freedom Ring" Celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luter King Jr. RS: 20 Slugged: 1540 BUSH MLK X83 (Tape 1) 15:43:01 WS Choir singing on stage 15:45:44 WS Empty stage 15:49:48 Kennedy Center rep walks on stage 15:50:18 CU Kennedy rep 15:50:45 WS Stage 15:50:51 Rev. Constance Wheeler walks on stage 15:51:01 Bow our heads, and go to god in prayer, god of our weary years, tears asks for your .as we celebrate the life and legacy of MLK..if my people will humble themselves and pray and turn from their wicked ways then I will heal from heaven.lord humble ourselves today, MLK's dream.strength, despite challenge, deep love of Dr. King be released in us.we life up 15:52:22 in prayer before you.men and women in positions of authority, grant divine wisdom.spirit will rest upon them..lift up and may name be glorified. 15:52:54 We can always depend on you, not fear tomorrow.live trusting you, life our voices in praises.thank you for your faithfulness, amen. 15:53:29 CU: Tom Joyner 15:53:49 happy King day.Gtown U and Kennedy brings you celebration honoring MLK.here b/c of what he means to all of us 15:54:10 Members of Civil rights generation , I was one of them.King played role in my life as a child, heard him preach 15:54:29 Those who are members of Civ rights generation, we thank you. Most of students born yrs after..for you it is history.close as parents, gparents, neighbors, teachers.talk to the abut it 15:55:07 Be patient with them..sometimes they embellish things, and they talk a long time and let me tell you everyone claims to march with King arm and arm..thank the students 15:55:35 I want to see Coach Carter too but not today.we should thanks Kennedy center, for opening their doors again. 15:56:01 Even as we celebrate dream, use as imp part of celebration.. 15:56:41 WS Coach Powell walks on stage 15:57:41 WS Jack walks on stage 16:00:25 WS Georgetown President walks on stage 16:01:24 MS Colin Powell walks on stage 16:01:42 MS Bush and Laura walk on stage 16:01:56 Shaking hands 16:02:18 Georgetown University president: On behalf of Gtown U. thanks to Kennedy Center for hosting this, and target our sponsor to celebrate the life of King. Too brief like or MLK he challenged the world to a new standard. 16:02:50 Showed us how life should be lived. Part of our celebration GTown presents legacy of a dream award. Contributions to comm. Service reflect values and ideals of King. 16:03:29 George town presents this award to 2 people who's contributions are an inspiration to us all.Alma Johnson Powell has served her country as spouse and partner to top military leader and diplomat. Represented US at it's best. 16:04:05 Equal commitment improved lives of our children. Role model for a gen. of young women..thriveing neighborhoods.helping young people promise in lives,. 16:04:33 Colin Powell embraced the country from 1st time he walked into classroom. Embraced less public role as mentor and role model to people who find him accessible. 16:05:08 America's promise.a nations good will. When Pres George Bush asked him to again answer his nation's call he agreed, policy advisor to the Pres, worked on two fronts. 16:05:35 relationships between US and nations of the world..on the front pages important are his leadership of 2 presidential imitative, Millennium Challenge Account and the emergency plan for AIDS relief.combat AIDS 16:06:09 recognition to the Powell's dedication, creation of the legacy of the dream made possible from a donation.. 16:06:26 $25, 000 scholarship for Gtown student that reflects spirit of MLK..thank target for this gift for a deserving young person. 16:06:53 Contributions bring us clo0se to the vision of MLK..present the award to Sec State Colin Powell and Alma Johnson Powell 16:07:16 MS Powell's accepting award 16:07:27 MS Powell's with award and Bush's 16:07:37 MS Bush, Powell's, and Gtown Pres 16:07:57 Mrs. Powell: President and Mrs, Bush, I am truly honored and humbled to be here on this stage. 16:08:16 I grew up in Birmingham, Al..and there when King made his speech in a crusade that would change the world forever.. 16:08:37 Living with my parents when my husband was on battlefield 16:08:47 We wondered with great fear, as this young man stood firm and demanded to take notice. 16:09:05 Dr. King's dreams was born out of a nightmare of humiliation and degradation of people. Colin and I believe that we are the inheritors of that dream. 16:09:45 Let none of us ever forget, continue the challenge.thank you very much. 16:10:03 Colin Powell: President and Mrs. Bush..ladies and gentlemen, students, we are honored to be with you. Sincere thanks to GTown for giving us this award named after a man with great integrity. I also want to thank target for their money for the scholarship. 16:10:50 Birmingham in 1963 I was in Vietnam and she was with her parents.chairman of the communications commission. 16:11:14 Birmingham that Dr. King wrote the letter from the jail, August when he gave the famous I have a dream speech.what was happening was well known.we were having a move, a civil war 100 yrs after the first one 16:11:51 Fund ourselves still struggling with discrimination, fighting 16:12:00 Things were changing. 16:12:04 10 yrs after we were segregated, 5 years we were segregrated even more 16:12:19 Nothing like that 16:12:25 All who marched with them, and worked with them 16:12:32 Dr King was recorded with troops, fought with honor.so profound, so fundamental.of what he did for all America 16:13:04 We take what King did.he held up a mirror to America..and in that wonderful voice of his and beautiful cadence he kept saying read what we are trying to show eth e rest of the world.if you read it and you believe it that our nation has changed 16:13:46 The civil war that has seen great progress but is not quite over. Not entirely fulfilled. Must not be just a legend but a reality 16:14:11 King if he were here would be 76 yrs old and would still say that our work is not done until every American believes that anything they desire ended by one's ability to dream and work hard. 16:14:45 King became a leader of the world.speaking out against poverty, ignorance..nagging us telling us we have to do more..do more than we are now. 16:15:04 Stand here very proud to be with you, proud to be given this award, humbled that others are deserving, others who came before us and never had an opportunity b/c they came along too early. 16:15:32 In their sacrifice they made it possible for us to achieve. Never forget it was done for you to make this country a better place..one day closer to the dream. 16:16:10 Now, pleasure to intro Pres Bush.. 16:16:21 President Bush: Thank you all. 16:16:35 thanks for coming, thanks for invite, Laura and I pleased to join you on this national holiday 16:16:54 thanks Dr. Djoa, and Gtown university, legacy of a dream award.thank choir, appreciate thoughtful words from voices of America 16:17:33 Can't wait to hear Aaron Neville..members of admin and guests, also want to thanks Dorothy Hype for joining us here this afternoon. 16:18:00 every yr on this day we reflect history of civil rights in America.story of slave owners who declare standard to put end to slavery 16:18:20 story of a terrible (HIT) 16:18:31 story of generations having seen them 16:18:40 a story of Americans like King and would not rest until they were written into law. 16:18:55 king was a minister of gospel who didn't have an easy life..today he would be 76 yrs old.spirit of John Wesley..I look up on all the world as my parish 16:19:21 the nation took notice in 1950's and 60's when he wrote I am in Birmingham b/c injustice here 16:19:34 power of intellect, truth of words, courage left this country a diff and better place 16:19:47 made own journey to a better place 16:19:53 king believes in the ideals of America offended everyday they were violated 16:20:08 studied founding docs and founds no exceptions to freedom 16:20:17 unfair practiced to country, no disappointment 16:20:24 king lived America.enough to confront it's injustice not compromising the truth and America loves him in return 16:20:43 King also knew mans right to be free far beyond charters of a country 16:20:57 believed and knew basis of our equality 16:21:10 teachings of Jesus stand, God for freedom will bring us to freedom 16:21:23 observe (HIT) 16:21:31 Next generations lessons must never be forgotten.racial justice in our society, and how much work remains to be done 16:21:48 we need them to know the greatest causes involve the greatest sacrifices, history, children know that a life can life up..message for the legacy of a dream award 16:22:18 Powell's are the most admired people in this country 16:22:31 for these 4 yrs they have been representative to the world.in honor of the nation.America is grateful of the service 16:22:49 They met on a blind date.Alma says she remembers the future general looking like a lost 12 year old 16:23:06 That's the side of the man I've never seen before. 16:23:14 That night he was memorized, from that say to this he is fortunate to have her at his side. 16:23:31 Colin has lived his own story of accomplishment that started before segregated ended.someone said "you're the best black lieutenant I've ever known" later, said if you measure me only against blacks you're making a mistake. Show you the best lieutenant in the army period. 16:24:16 best let. In the army went on that ended with 4 stars on his shoulder 16:24:28 along the way earned two purple heart, two pres medals of freedom, etc. 16:24:41 I'm not through yet. 16:25:13 Services, that pres Reagan..under bush and Clinton.. 16:25:24 4 yrs ago I was looking for someone with values, wisdom and decency, a leader bring out best I people.found all this and more in Colin Powell 16:25:53 65th sec of state, most affected and admired in history, rally world in global war, resolve conflicts, challenges of nat. disaster, and disease 16:26:15 tireless and self less and the work we shared he has become a great friend and appreciates all he has done for US 16:26:33 proudest achievements little to do with pub service, wonderful dad.over yrs, mentor to young people..become involved in lives of kids, hope and confidence 16:27:03 today we honor not just Colin's leadership but also his kindness and compassion 16:27:17 same kinds of idealism have marked Alma Johnson Powell, raised by strong and decent people 16:27:34 Birmingham, also home of Johnson family..Alma remembers her father during worst of days sitting with shotgun to protect 16:27:56 legend to generations of students, to daughter Alma always impressive as well 16:28:18 Alma served America as a soldiers wife, moving 18 time and 16:28:32 anyone who wants to know the meaning of duty should look at military families like the Powell's, 16:28:55 Leading member of the boras of trustees, author, volunteer, Alma Powell finest people we are privileged to know..supurb choice for the award. 16:29:25 we have chosen on this day for America to pay tribute to them who uphold highest ideal of citizenship. 16:29:41 love of country, show character as King. .thank you for the privilege and pleasure of honoring these fine Americans. 16:29:59 May god bless Powell's and US 16:30:07 Bush shakes hands with Powell 16:30:15 MS Powell and Bush's 16:30:25 Exit stage, Powell's and Bush's 16:36:47 Aaron Neville and quintet perform
President GW Bush Remarks at Event Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.
President George W Bush and First Lady Laura Bush attend a Martin Luther King Georgetown University Event Honoring Secretary of State Colin Powell and his family at the Kennedy Center. President GW Bush makes remarks at Georgetown University's "Let Freedom Ring" Celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luter King Jr. RS: 20 Slugged: 1540 BUSH MLK X83 (Tape 1) 15:43:01 WS Choir singing on stage 15:45:44 WS Empty stage 15:49:48 Kennedy Center rep walks on stage 15:50:18 CU Kennedy rep 15:50:45 WS Stage 15:50:51 Rev. Constance Wheeler walks on stage 15:51:01 Bow our heads, and go to god in prayer, god of our weary years, tears asks for your .as we celebrate the life and legacy of MLK..if my people will humble themselves and pray and turn from their wicked ways then I will heal from heaven.lord humble ourselves today, MLK's dream.strength, despite challenge, deep love of Dr. King be released in us.we life up 15:52:22 in prayer before you.men and women in positions of authority, grant divine wisdom.spirit will rest upon them..lift up and may name be glorified. 15:52:54 We can always depend on you, not fear tomorrow.live trusting you, life our voices in praises.thank you for your faithfulness, amen. 15:53:29 CU: Tom Joyner 15:53:49 happy King day.Gtown U and Kennedy brings you celebration honoring MLK.here b/c of what he means to all of us 15:54:10 Members of Civil rights generation , I was one of them.King played role in my life as a child, heard him preach 15:54:29 Those who are members of Civ rights generation, we thank you. Most of students born yrs after..for you it is history.close as parents, gparents, neighbors, teachers.talk to the abut it 15:55:07 Be patient with them..sometimes they embellish things, and they talk a long time and let me tell you everyone claims to march with King arm and arm..thank the students 15:55:35 I want to see Coach Carter too but not today.we should thanks Kennedy center, for opening their doors again. 15:56:01 Even as we celebrate dream, use as imp part of celebration.. 15:56:41 WS Coach Powell walks on stage 15:57:41 WS Jack walks on stage 16:00:25 WS Georgetown President walks on stage 16:01:24 MS Colin Powell walks on stage 16:01:42 MS Bush and Laura walk on stage 16:01:56 Shaking hands 16:02:18 Georgetown University president: On behalf of Gtown U. thanks to Kennedy Center for hosting this, and target our sponsor to celebrate the life of King. Too brief like or MLK he challenged the world to a new standard. 16:02:50 Showed us how life should be lived. Part of our celebration GTown presents legacy of a dream award. Contributions to comm. Service reflect values and ideals of King. 16:03:29 George town presents this award to 2 people who's contributions are an inspiration to us all.Alma Johnson Powell has served her country as spouse and partner to top military leader and diplomat. Represented US at it's best. 16:04:05 Equal commitment improved lives of our children. Role model for a gen. of young women..thriveing neighborhoods.helping young people promise in lives,. 16:04:33 Colin Powell embraced the country from 1st time he walked into classroom. Embraced less public role as mentor and role model to people who find him accessible. 16:05:08 America's promise.a nations good will. When Pres George Bush asked him to again answer his nation's call he agreed, policy advisor to the Pres, worked on two fronts. 16:05:35 relationships between US and nations of the world..on the front pages important are his leadership of 2 presidential imitative, Millennium Challenge Account and the emergency plan for AIDS relief.combat AIDS 16:06:09 recognition to the Powell's dedication, creation of the legacy of the dream made possible from a donation.. 16:06:26 $25, 000 scholarship for Gtown student that reflects spirit of MLK..thank target for this gift for a deserving young person. 16:06:53 Contributions bring us clo0se to the vision of MLK..present the award to Sec State Colin Powell and Alma Johnson Powell 16:07:16 MS Powell's accepting award 16:07:27 MS Powell's with award and Bush's 16:07:37 MS Bush, Powell's, and Gtown Pres 16:07:57 Mrs. Powell: President and Mrs, Bush, I am truly honored and humbled to be here on this stage. 16:08:16 I grew up in Birmingham, Al..and there when King made his speech in a crusade that would change the world forever.. 16:08:37 Living with my parents when my husband was on battlefield 16:08:47 We wondered with great fear, as this young man stood firm and demanded to take notice. 16:09:05 Dr. King's dreams was born out of a nightmare of humiliation and degradation of people. Colin and I believe that we are the inheritors of that dream. 16:09:45 Let none of us ever forget, continue the challenge.thank you very much. 16:10:03 Colin Powell: President and Mrs. Bush..ladies and gentlemen, students, we are honored to be with you. Sincere thanks to GTown for giving us this award named after a man with great integrity. I also want to thank target for their money for the scholarship. 16:10:50 Birmingham in 1963 I was in Vietnam and she was with her parents.chairman of the communications commission. 16:11:14 Birmingham that Dr. King wrote the letter from the jail, August when he gave the famous I have a dream speech.what was happening was well known.we were having a move, a civil war 100 yrs after the first one 16:11:51 Fund ourselves still struggling with discrimination, fighting 16:12:00 Things were changing. 16:12:04 10 yrs after we were segregated, 5 years we were segregrated even more 16:12:19 Nothing like that 16:12:25 All who marched with them, and worked with them 16:12:32 Dr King was recorded with troops, fought with honor.so profound, so fundamental.of what he did for all America 16:13:04 We take what King did.he held up a mirror to America..and in that wonderful voice of his and beautiful cadence he kept saying read what we are trying to show eth e rest of the world.if you read it and you believe it that our nation has changed 16:13:46 The civil war that has seen great progress but is not quite over. Not entirely fulfilled. Must not be just a legend but a reality 16:14:11 King if he were here would be 76 yrs old and would still say that our work is not done until every American believes that anything they desire ended by one's ability to dream and work hard. 16:14:45 King became a leader of the world.speaking out against poverty, ignorance..nagging us telling us we have to do more..do more than we are now. 16:15:04 Stand here very proud to be with you, proud to be given this award, humbled that others are deserving, others who came before us and never had an opportunity b/c they came along too early. 16:15:32 In their sacrifice they made it possible for us to achieve. Never forget it was done for you to make this country a better place..one day closer to the dream. 16:16:10 Now, pleasure to intro Pres Bush.. 16:16:21 President Bush: Thank you all. 16:16:35 thanks for coming, thanks for invite, Laura and I pleased to join you on this national holiday 16:16:54 thanks Dr. Djoa, and Gtown university, legacy of a dream award.thank choir, appreciate thoughtful words from voices of America 16:17:33 Can't wait to hear Aaron Neville..members of admin and guests, also want to thanks Dorothy Hype for joining us here this afternoon. 16:18:00 every yr on this day we reflect history of civil rights in America.story of slave owners who declare standard to put end to slavery 16:18:20 story of a terrible (HIT) 16:18:31 story of generations having seen them 16:18:40 a story of Americans like King and would not rest until they were written into law. 16:18:55 king was a minister of gospel who didn't have an easy life..today he would be 76 yrs old.spirit of John Wesley..I look up on all the world as my parish 16:19:21 the nation took notice in 1950's and 60's when he wrote I am in Birmingham b/c injustice here 16:19:34 power of intellect, truth of words, courage left this country a diff and better place 16:19:47 made own journey to a better place 16:19:53 king believes in the ideals of America offended everyday they were violated 16:20:08 studied founding docs and founds no exceptions to freedom 16:20:17 unfair practiced to country, no disappointment 16:20:24 king lived America.enough to confront it's injustice not compromising the truth and America loves him in return 16:20:43 King also knew mans right to be free far beyond charters of a country 16:20:57 believed and knew basis of our equality 16:21:10 teachings of Jesus stand, God for freedom will bring us to freedom 16:21:23 observe (HIT) 16:21:31 Next generations lessons must never be forgotten.racial justice in our society, and how much work remains to be done 16:21:48 we need them to know the greatest causes involve the greatest sacrifices, history, children know that a life can life up..message for the legacy of a dream award 16:22:18 Powell's are the most admired people in this country 16:22:31 for these 4 yrs they have been representative to the world.in honor of the nation.America is grateful of the service 16:22:49 They met on a blind date.Alma says she remembers the future general looking like a lost 12 year old 16:23:06 That's the side of the man I've never seen before. 16:23:14 That night he was memorized, from that say to this he is fortunate to have her at his side. 16:23:31 Colin has lived his own story of accomplishment that started before segregated ended.someone said "you're the best black lieutenant I've ever known" later, said if you measure me only against blacks you're making a mistake. Show you the best lieutenant in the army period. 16:24:16 best let. In the army went on that ended with 4 stars on his shoulder 16:24:28 along the way earned two purple heart, two pres medals of freedom, etc. 16:24:41 I'm not through yet. 16:25:13 Services, that pres Reagan..under bush and Clinton.. 16:25:24 4 yrs ago I was looking for someone with values, wisdom and decency, a leader bring out best I people.found all this and more in Colin Powell 16:25:53 65th sec of state, most affected and admired in history, rally world in global war, resolve conflicts, challenges of nat. disaster, and disease 16:26:15 tireless and self less and the work we shared he has become a great friend and appreciates all he has done for US 16:26:33 proudest achievements little to do with pub service, wonderful dad.over yrs, mentor to young people..become involved in lives of kids, hope and confidence 16:27:03 today we honor not just Colin's leadership but also his kindness and compassion 16:27:17 same kinds of idealism have marked Alma Johnson Powell, raised by strong and decent people 16:27:34 Birmingham, also home of Johnson family..Alma remembers her father during worst of days sitting with shotgun to protect 16:27:56 legend to generations of students, to daughter Alma always impressive as well 16:28:18 Alma served America as a soldiers wife, moving 18 time and 16:28:32 anyone who wants to know the meaning of duty should look at military families like the Powell's, 16:28:55 Leading member of the boras of trustees, author, volunteer, Alma Powell finest people we are privileged to know..supurb choice for the award. 16:29:25 we have chosen on this day for America to pay tribute to them who uphold highest ideal of citizenship. 16:29:41 love of country, show character as King. .thank you for the privilege and pleasure of honoring these fine Americans. 16:29:59 May god bless Powell's and US 16:30:07 Bush shakes hands with Powell 16:30:15 MS Powell and Bush's 16:30:25 Exit stage, Powell's and Bush's 16:36:47 Aaron Neville and quintet perform
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: BLAIRWITCH PROJECT
TAPE_NUMBER: EN9932 IN_TIME: 11:25:42 LENGTH: 03:15 SOURCES: APTN/ARTISAN ENTERTAINMENT RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale film/video clips without clearance from ARTISAN ENTERTAINMENT Santa Monica, California on (+001)310.449.92.00 or fax (+001) 310.255.38.60 No Access Internet FEED: SCRIPT: xfa BLAIR WITCH CASTS A SPELL AT THE U.S. BOX OFFICE STORY:BLAIRWITCH MARKETING LOCATION: VARIOUS DATE: AUGUST 10TH + FILE In the neverending battle to get bums on seats in movie theatres across the globe, two independent film makers are currently laughing all the way to the bank as their low budget hit, "The Blair Witch Project" came in second from the top of the US box office last weekend. The scary tale took in about $US24million, only $US2million less than the top box office film, "The Sixth Sense", Hollywood's big budget drama starring BRUCE WILLIS. It also beat "Runaway Bride" and "The Thomas Crown Affair" which isn't bad going for a film which only cost $US60,000 to make and has taken a total of $US80million so far, Cowrittendirected and edited by DANIEL MYRICK and EDUARDO SANCHEZ, The Blair Witch Project has benefitted from a canny marketing campaign ever since it first turned heads at the Sundance Festival in January of this year. After a midnight screening at Sundance, Artisan Entertainment purchased the film for $US1million and began its marketing campaign in earnest. The Blair Witch website which had been started in June '98, even before the film was edited, became a magnet for curious fans. Artisan added journal entries by one of the characters, faked police reports and a history of the Blair Witch dating back to the 18th century. Myrick and Sanchez next found themselves at the highly prestigious Cannes Film festival where the film was invited to participate in the "Quinzaine des Realisateurs" sidebar section. Now on general release in the States, Blair Witch has attracted a cult following, as witnessed by the average of 2 million hits its website receives every day. "Blair Witch" puts a modern twist on the universal fear of the dark and things that go bump in the night. But if you're expecting another Screamstyle gorefest, think again. This chiller is very much a pseudodocumentary. The story revolves around three students' attempt to find out more about the legend of a witch who lived in the Black Hills Forest in Maryland and whose magic was most definitely black. The innovative way the film was made, including black and white 16mm film and Hi8 video, has everything to do with how it plays out on screen. An opening title card informs that, in October 1994, three young film makers hiked into the Black Hills Forest in Maryland to shoot a documentary about the legend of the Blair Witch. The filmmakers were never heard from again, but a year later their footage was found, an edited version of which constitutes the present feature. This information, of course, puts a chill into the viewer from the outset, since it guarantees that things did not turn out well. While creating the students' horrific oneway journey into the forest, Myrick and Sanchez maintained a realistic documentary feel by training their actors to use cameras, then sending them out into the forest for eight days to shoot the picture themselves; certain destination points and encounters were established in advance, and notes to the thesps were left in baskets along the way. Otherwise, they were on their own, and improvised their way through a rigorous shoot without a clue as to how and when things were going to wind up. All the visuals, therefore, are either handheld, often jittery colour video images taken by the bossy director and project organizer, Heather (HEATHER DONAHUE), or blackandwhite 16mm shots filmed by the troupe's tyro cameraman, the hippieish Joshua (JOSHUA LEONARD); regular guy Michael (MICHAEL WILLIAMS) is along to record sound. The expedition starts out optimistically, as Heather interviews locals about the Blair Witch legend, which involves numerous mysterious disappearances and evidence of gruesome torture many years ago. Once into the forest, which is beginning to become brown and wet with the onset of autumn, Heather attempts to keep everyone's spirits up despite the long daily slogs with heavy backpacks, but terror sets in on the second night when they hear what sounds like people circling their tent and stepping on twigs and branches nearby. Thus begins an awful succession of days taken up with endless walking and periods of willed levelheadedness broken by feardriven yelling and recriminations about how they ever got into this mess. Unable to find their way back to civilization, the trio is forced to set up camp every evening and, just as they fear they will, the bonechilling noises continue; in the mornings, they emerge to find little rock piles and twig bundles that prove someone was there... Daniel Myrick studied cinema at the University of Florida and had made several shorts (including "All Shook Up") before launching into his first feature length film with Sanchez. His cinematic partner also studied at Florida University where he wrote and directed a 16mm feature entitled "Gabriel's Dream". SHOTLIST: BLAIR WITCH PROJECT" CLIP ; SOT HOWARD KARREN, DEPUTY EDITOR, PREMIERE MAGAZINE ; CLIP FILM ; SOT DIRECTORS EDUARDO SANCHEZ & DANIEL MYRICK ; SOT HOWARD KARREN ; GVS EXTR LOEWS THEATRE ; SOT VOX POP ; SOT VOX POP ; GVS INTERNET SITE ; SOT KARREN ; CLIP FILM 146302 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: DANDRIDGE 8/12/99 EN9932 10:57:09 04:57 APTN/HBO PICTURES No re-use/re-sale film/video clips without clearance/No access Internet English/Nat BERRY TELLS SAD HOLLYWOOD TALE STORY: DOROTHY DANDRIDGE LOCATION: LOS ANGELES DATE: AUGUST 9TH '99 HALLE BERRY has beaten JANET JACKSON and WHITNEY HOUSTON in a race to the screen. Berry stars in the DOROTHY DANDRIDGE STORY. Both Janet and Whitney had been desperate to bring the tragic life story of this postwar actress to the big screen. But it is Berry, best known for her lead role in WHY DO FOOLS FALL IN LOVE, who won the race. And in L.A. yesterday she proudly unveiled the movie she has nurtured onto the screen. Though Whitney secured the rights to one Dorothy Dandridge Story, Halle's interpretation, airing on HBO, is based on a book written about the starlet by Dandridge's manager Earl Mills. "Most of her life was public domain. So everything that was in my book is in Whitney's book, is in Janet's book." says Halle. There were plenty of low points in the life of Dandridge, but Halle says her story is more of a celebration. "I really want to tell the story in a positive point of view. If I had a hero, she would be my hero. I'm really going to celebrate how she lived and not how she tragically died." The attraction to these leading ladies of the Dandridge story is obvious. Dandridge was a rare individual in the Hollywood of the 1940s and 1950s she was black and she was an actress. She started out performing at the age of the 3 and took to the stage professionally as one of the Dandridge sisters. The highlight of her career was to become the first black woman nominated for a best actress award for her role in Carmen Jones as Carmen Jones. But her tough career and disappointments led to an early death at 42. As well as starring Berry was executive producer on the project. She also had more than 80 costume changes for this biopic which recreates many of her famous routines. Dandridge's nomination and affair with director Otto Preminger did not lead anywhere and her death was called an accidental overdose of prescription antidepressants. Dandridge's other films include DRUMS OF THE PARADE, TARZEN'S PERIL, THE DECKS RAN RED, THE MURDER MEN and ATLANTIC CITY. But the sad truth is that Hollywood just didn't know what to do with a talented, beautiful, black actress in post war America. KLAUS MARIA BRANDAUER (MEPHISTO, OUT OF AFRICA) stars at the director Preminger while BRENT SPINER (STAR TREK) plays her manager. Both of them joined Berry at the world premiere in L.A. yesterday. LIONEL RITCHIE also turned out as did the movie's director MARTHA COOLIDGE (RAMBLING ROSE, VALLEY GIRL), one of Hollywood's leading female filmmakers. Spiner's Star Trek colleague LAVAR BURTON also attended. CLIP FROM "DOROTHY DANDRIDGE" (COURTESY HBO); TILT DOWN MOVIE POSTER; TILT UP HALLE BERRY AND PULLOUT ; SOT HALLE BERRY ; FILM CLIP ; MCU BRENT SPINER ; SOT BRENT SPINER ; MCU KLAUS MARIA BRANDAUER ; FILM CLIP ; SOT KLAUS MARIA BRANDAUER ; SOT HALLE BERRY ; FILM CLIP ; SOT MARTHA COOLIDGE (DIRECTOR) ; MCU COOLIDGE AND BERRY POSING ; SOT LIONEL RITCHIE ; FILM CLIP. 146320 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: FAYE WONG 8/12/99 EN9932 11:02:14 02:20 APTN No access Internet Mandarin/Nat FAYE WONG DEFLECTS DIVORCE QUESTIONS STORY:FAYE WONG LOCATION: HONG KONG DATE: AUGUST 10TH 1999 Undoubtedly FAYE WONG is the undisputed Queen of Chinese and Cantopop in Asia. She is also one of the coolest pop stars on the planet, as famed in the East for her own brand of cool insouciance as for her music. Wong maintains a magical hold on her fans around the world and she has touched the hearts of millions worldwide. Although her fame in the East is not replicated in the wider world. But Wong lost some of her legendary cool at a press conference in Hong Kong this morning when a reporter pressed her on the progress of her divorce proceedings. Wong insisted the affair was no one's business but her own. And she wasn't about to reveal her innermost secrets to help the circulation of newspapers. Regarded as the queen of Asian pop, Wong was married to DO WEI, a Beijing pop musician in 1996 who has publicly admitted that he tied the knot with her only because she was pregnant. They have daughter who is now two years old but their divorce has hit the headlines in Asia as Do Wei has been seen with GAO YUAN, a photographer whom he had dated before marrying Wong. Today's press conference was called to launch the new Pepsi commercial which will feature Wong. The title song of the commercial will be the same title as her new record which will be seen in all of Asia on 11th August. This will also be the first time that the Pepsi commercial will be aired in mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong at the same time. Wong did a lot of firsts in this new commercial which is called Desire. She swam in front of the cameras for the first time, she did a somersault, she also went behind the camera and filmed one of the sequences of the video. It was also her first to act in a video with children. The song was composed by Faye Wong and ZHANG YA DONG. The lyrics were written by Wong. The theme of the commercial is 'unlimited desire' and is meant to encourage young people to challenge themselves and ask for more from their lives. They said Pepsi chose Wong because of her trendy image and unique position in the East. At the press conference she was presented with a belated birthday present a bird in flight with an inscription 'Your wish will come true'. They chose to give her the statue because birds feature a lot in the video. COUNTDOWN TO VIDEO FEATURING FAYE WONG ; WONG ENTERS PRESS ROOM: POSES TO PHOTOGRAPHERS; SOT FAYE WONG SOT IN MANDARIN; WIDE OF PRESSER; WONG IS PRESENTED WITH A PRESENT OF BIRD IN FLIGHT WITH INSCRIPTION YOUR WISH WILL COME TRUE; CUTAWAY MEDIA; SOT FAYE WONG ; CUTAWAY PHOTOGRAPHERS ; SOT FAYE WONG; CUTAWAY : SOT FAYE WONG; MCU SCREEN FEATURING VIDEO 146324 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: VICTOR MATURE 8/12/99 EN9932 10:51:22 01:15 FOX/PARAMOUNT No re-use/re-sale film/video clips without clearance/No access Internet English/Nat SCREEN IDOL DEAD AT 86 STORY:VICTOR MATURE LOCATION: VARIOUS DATE: FILE Veteran screen idol VICTOR MATURE, star of epics such as SAMSON AND DELILAH and MY DARLING CLEMENTINE, has died at the age of 86. The actor earned the nickname "beautiful hunk of a man" for his roles in such films as ONE MILLION B.C. Victor Mature liked to joke. He once tried to get into a country club that didn't accept actors by saying, "Hell, I'm no actor, and I've got 28 pictures and a scrapbook of reviews to prove it." Born January 29, 1913,(although there is some dispute about the year), in Louisville, Kentucky, he was the son of an Austrian immigrant who became a successful businessman. He arrived in California in the mid'30s, paying his way with odd jobs because he didn't want to rely on his father. At the height of his stardom, Mature dated stars such as RITA HAYWORTH and LANA TURNER, and was married five times. He first made his name as a glamourboy star with a devilmaycare attitude, but gradually gained more critical respect in the late 1940s. In the 1946 film "My Darling Clementine," he was Doc Holliday to Henry Fonda's Wyatt Earp. The version of the fabled gunfight at the OK Corral is considered one of director JOHN FORD's greatest films. Tall, darkhaired and muscular, Mature got his nickname "beautiful hunk of a man" from roles like Samson. The 1949 epic of Samson and Delilah cast Mature and HEDY LAMARR in the title roles. It was a smash hit. During the making of the film he was asked to wrestle with a tame lion. He was assured that it had no teeth, but Mature refused, saying he didn't want to be gummed to death. He was a favorite of reporters during his heyday, always available for interviews and happy to deflate the pomposities of Hollywood as well as his own image. He appeared in musicals, westerns, comedies, historical epics and melodramas before largely retiring from films around 1960. But in 1984 he made a rare appearance on television, playing Samson's father in a new version of "Samson and Delilah". Mature died at the age of 86 after battling cancer for three years. A funeral service will to be held Tuesday in Louisville. CLIP FROM "MY DARLING CLEMENTINE" (COURTESY FOX VIDEO) ; CLIP FROM "SAMSON AND DELILAH" (COURTESY PARAMOUNT) 146325 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: MARTIN SHEEN 8/12/99 EN9932 10:52:45 01:36 ABC No Access NORTH AMERICA/CNN/FOX, NO ACCESS INTERNET English/Nat MARTIN SHEEN ARRESTED ON PROTEST STORY: MARTIN SHEEN LOCATION: LOS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO DATE: AUGUST 9TH 1999 His film star son CHARLIE SHEEN has had his fair share of run ins with the law. But now it was the turn of idealistic dad MARTIN SHEEN to get arrested. The star of BADLANDS and APOCALYPSE NOW was among 80 demonstrators to be arrested at an antinuclear demonstration in Los Alamos, New Mexico, yesterday. Sheen, a long time and devoted antinuclear protester, was the first demonstrator to be busted at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. About 400 protesters showed up at the weapons lab on the 54th anniversary of the Abombing of Nagasaki in World War Two. Sheen told the crowd he wants nuclear scientists to take a deep, personal look at what they're giving to the future. He crossed over the line into the National Laboratory and then proceeded to kneel down and recite the Lord's Prayer before being led away amidst a throng of reporters. As well as countering the nuclear industry, Sheen is an indefatigable activist on a host of liberal issues. He has been arrested many times on various protest marchs and sitins. His many other films include GANDHI, THE DEAD ZONE and WALL STREET. As befitting an idealist of his status, he has played both the late JOHN F KENNEDY and his slain brother BOBBY on screen. His two sons, Charlie and EMILIO ESTEVEZ, have both followed him into acting careers. Charlie has had plenty of run ins with the law but these tend to be for offences of a less idealistic nature. Sheen asked for nuclear scientist to look into their heart and conscience. "What we're calling them to do is take a real, deep, personal look at what they are giving to the future. These weapons are a larceny of the poor, and if we can have some measure of consciousness about this issue, maybe in another 50 years we won't even remember what happened here. "But today we have to come and remember what happened 54 years ago." As well as the estimated 400 people, some coming from as far away as Britain and France, the demonstration was attended by two llamas with signs draped over their backs that said: "Los Alamos, Stop Building Nuclear Bombs" and "Abolish Nuclear Weapons." Last year, Sheen was taken into custody at Fort Benning, Ga., while protesting U.S. training of Latin American soldiers who he said committed atrocities. He was arrested in 1997 for blocking access to a California strawberry field where he said workers were being exploited. MCU MARTIN SHEEN CROSSING LINE AND KNEELING DOWN AS HE SAYS THE LORDS PRAYER ; SHEEN BEING ARRESTED AND LED AWAY THROUGH CROWD W.S. SHEEN SURROUNDED BY REPORTERS AS HE IS LED AWAY; BACK VIEW W.S. SHEEN. 146359 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: FLAMENCO 8/12/99 EN9932 11:17:15 03:47 APTN music/ performance rights must be cleared/No access Internet Spanish/Nat STORY: LAS MINAS FLAMENCO FESTIVAL LOCATION: ANDALUCIA, SPAIN, DATE: AUGUST 8 & 9 1999 Some of Spain's best known and upandcoming flamenco artists are currently strutting their stuff at the Las Minas Flamenco festival in Andalucia, the home of flamenco. The weeklong Flamenco festival is considered one of the most important in promoting new Flamenco artists with competitions in dance, song and flamenco guitar. Held in La Union, a small mining town in Andalucia known for its singing lore, the festival has been going since 1961. The evening performances, held in La Union's old market place, were given by veteran flamenco singer "EL PELE", (aka MANYUEL MORENO MAYA), followed by 26 yearold flamenco singer, MIGUEL POVEDO, from Barcelona and ending with internationally known flamenco dancer, SARA BARRAS. El Pele, who has gypsy origins, has incorporated other rhythms such as the drum into his performances, moving away from the purer form of Flamenco exemplified in Miguel Povedo's style. Pele says "Flamenco is one of the oldest, richest and most important of all cultures. In Flamenco, various moods are expressed from happiness to grief and sadness. All the desire to live, all the moods that you may have, in this case my emotions, are expressed singing. It is very expressive and connects quickly with people." 26yearold Miguel Povedo's career in Flamenco started in 1993 when he won the singing prize Lampara Minera in LA Union's competitions. His style is considered classical Flamenco and is highly acclaimed by Flamenco critics around the world. For Povedo, Flamenco is his way of expressing himself: "Flamenco is my way of self expression, and it is the best way,to express myself through, music, song and Flamenco, through song which is my favorite." Flamenco dancer Sarra Barras finished the evening performance with a standing ovation, dancing her first act, dressed in traditional mens clothing and performing traditionally men's flamenco steps. Sarra is considered one of the best women flamenco dancers at the moment, and according to local press, has travelled to Hollywood to meet with TOM CRUISE for a possible part in a future movie, dancing flamenco. In the 80's and 90's, flamenco has experienced a revival and returned to the Spanish mainstream, with styles infused by jazz, salsa, blues and rock making their way in the charts and clubs and a new respect for the old, traditional flamenco artists. The sanitized kitsch image of flamenco as all frills and castanets that was exploited during Franco's rule of Spain has been left behind and a new generation of flamenco singers and dancers are now expressing the vitality and attitudes of a younger generation. The roots of flamenco have evolved in southern Spain from many sources : Morocco, Egypt, India, Pakistan, Greece and other parts of the Near and Far East. How exactly they came together as flamenco is still a subject of great debate, though most authorities believe the roots of the music were brought to Spain by gypsies arriving in the 15th century. It was then fused with elements of Arab and Jewish music in the Andalucian mountains where the "pagan" gypsies had taken refuge from the Catholic authorities. EXTR PEOPLE QUEUEING OUTSIDE VENUE IN OLD MARKETPLACE ; CU TICKETS ; PEOPLE ENTERING VENUE ; WS FLAMENCO PERFORMANCE ; PAN DANCERS ; CA AUDIENCE ; PELE IN PERFORMANCE ; SOT PELE (SPANISH) ; MIGUEL POVEDO PERFORMANCE ; SOT MIGUEL (SPANISH) ; SARA BARRAS PERFORMANCE. 146364 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: WILLIAM SHATNER 8/12/99 EN9932 11:09:17 02:00 ABC/APTN FILE ABC = No access N. America/CBC/No access Internet English/Nat HOLLYWOOD IN SHOCK AS WILLIAM SHATNER'S WIFE FOUND DEAD Story: William Shatner Date: August 10th Location: North Hollywood The wife of actor WILLIAM SHATNER was found dead in the swimming pool of their home, an apparent drowning that authorities said they were treating as an accident. NERINE SHATNER, 40, was pronounced dead at the scene. Shatner arrived home at about 10:15 p.m. and found her at the bottom of the pool, police Lt. ADAM BERCOVICI said. "(Shatner) dialed 911 and dived into the pool to render aid to his wife," Bercovici said. The Los Angeles Fire Department was called to the Studio City home, but efforts to revive Mrs. Shatner were unsuccessful, spokesman Brian Humphrey said. "Sadly, she was beyond our help," Humphrey said. Foul play did not play a role in her death, Bercovici said. "She was home alone for a short period of time and accidentally drowned while swimming in the family pool," he said. An autopsy was scheduled to determine the exact cause of death. The couple was married in November 1997. Shatner, 68, is best known as Capt. James T. Kirk on the science fiction television show "Star Trek." He also appeared in several "Star Trek" movies and the 1980s television police drama "T.J. Hooker." Tragedy struck the "Star Trek" cast in June, when DeForest Kelley, who portrayed the cantankerous and compassionate Dr. McCoy, died after a lengthy illness at the age of 79. ABC PIX OF POLICE OUTSIDE WILLIAM SHATNER'S HOUSE ( ; SOT LT. ADAM BERCOVICI; CLIP FROM "STAR TREK" (END ABC FILE) ; APTN FILE: WS WILLIAM SHATNER AT STAR TREK CONVENTION ; SOT WILLIAM SHATNER; W.S. SHATNER 146417 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: SHATNER REAX 8/12/99 EN9932 11:29:04 01:32 ABC ABC = No access N. America/CBC/No access Internet English/Nat STAR TREK STAR SPEAKS OF HIS GRIEF. STORY:WILLIAM SHATNER REAX DATE:AUGUST 10TH '99 LOCATION: L.A. WILLIAM SHATNER, alias Captain Kirk in the longrunning Star Trek series, spoke of his grief over the loss of his wife, NERINE SHATNER, (forty) after she was found dead in the swimming pool of their home yesterday. Authorities said they were treating the death as an accident. Shatner arrived home at about 10:15 p.m. and found her at the bottom of the pool, police Lt. ADAM BERCOVICI said. "(Shatner) dialed 911 and dived into the pool to render aid to his wife," Bercovici said. The Los Angeles Fire Department was called to the Studio City home, but efforts to revive Mrs. Shatner were unsuccessful, spokesman Brian Humphrey said. "Sadly, she was beyond our help," Humphrey said. Foul play did not play a role in her death, Bercovici said. "She was home alone for a short period of time and accidentally drowned while swimming in the family pool," he said. An autopsy was scheduled to determine the exact cause of death. The couple was married in November 1997. Both Nerine and her husband have a history of alcohol abuse but Nerine had been sober for several years. Shatner, 68, is best known as Capt. James T. Kirk on the science fiction television show "Star Trek." He also appeared in several "Star Trek" movies and the 1980s television police drama "T.J. Hooker." Tragedy struck the "Star Trek" cast in June, when DeForest Kelley, who portrayed the cantankerous and compassionate Dr. McCoy, died after a lengthy illness at the age of 79. ABC PIX OF POLICE OUTSIDE WILLIAM SHATNER'S HOUSE ( ; SOT LT. ADAM BERCOVICI; CLIP FROM "STAR TREK" (END ABC FILE) ; APTN FILE: WS WILLIAM SHATNER AT STAR TREK CONVENTION ; SOT WILLIAM SHATNER; W.S. SHATNER 146503 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: MICKEY BLUE EYES 8/12/99 EN9932 11:11:28 04:43 APTN/WARNER BROS No re-use/re-sale film/video clips without clearance from Warner Bros on (+0044) 0171.437.56.00/No access Internet English/Nat THIN LIZZIE DAZZLES PREMIERE CROWD STORY: MICKEY BLUE EYES PREMIERE LOCATION: LONDON DATE: AUGUST 10TH '99 LIZ HURLEY, the English actress celebrated for her habit of wearing cleavageplunging dresses, dazzled fans once again when she accompanied boyfriend HUGH GRANT to the premiere of his new film, "Mickey Blue Eyes", in London last night. Always faithful to the Versace label, she kept the cameras clicking with a backless, floorlength split dress made of gold mesh which was sheer around the legs. On it was sewn a myriad of mirrors which jangled as she walked, as well as a mosaic of tiny pink squares. She said of her passion for Versace: "Donatella is a friend of mine and she sends them to me from time to time. "I wear jeans 365 days a year and it's quite nice to get out of them occasionally." The dress itself was featured in Versace's haute couture show held in Paris last month. And the actress, who produced the film rather than starring in it, revealed she actually manages to get ready for her glitzy appearances faster than her longterm partner, Hugh. Speaking at last night's screening in London's Leicester Square, the glamorous star said: "It doesn't take me long to get ready, but it takes Hugh ages. "He has a lot of shirts to choose from but they all look the same." Hurley's dresses have been show stoppers at many of Grant's past premieres including the opening of "Four Weddings And A Funeral", where she wore the Versace safetypin creation and the "Notting Hill" event at which she upstaged the leading lady, JULIA ROBERTS. "Mickey Blue Eyes" is the second producing venture for Hurley who set up Simian Films with Hugh Grant as part of their firstlook deal with Castle Rock Entertainment several years ago. Their first venture together was the '96 thriller, "Extreme Measures" which costarred Grant and GENE HACKMAN. On working together, Grant said it was a "surprisingly good" experience but added "We fight as you would with any girlfriend that's working with you, like cats. But it's also quite soothing if you're a neurotic actor like I am when there's someone who knows your foibles." In the film, Grant plays Michael Felgate, an English auctioneer who falls in love with Gina (played by JEANNE TRIPPLEHORN), a young school teacher whose father is tied up with the mafia. Gina has always been secretive about her father (played by JAMES CAAN) but when Michael finally meets the charming Frank Vitale, he can't understand why. After Michael proposes to Gina, she is forced to explain exactly what kind of family she comes from. Her father is a prominent member of New York's ultra violent Graziosi crime family and she won't accept Michael's marriage proposal because every her father has ultimately destroyed every "civilian" relationship she's ever attempted. Michael promises to steer clear of the Mob but keeping his hands clean proves harder than he imagined and bit by bit he is drawn into the mob's world. After Michael inadvertently finds himself aiding the mob to launder money via his art auction house, he loses the girl he loves and ends up an accessory to murder. Desperate to win back the woman he loves, Michael buys himself time by posing as the notorious Chicago wiseguy, Mickey Blue Eyes. But just how long will his luck last, now there's the real question... Grant commented: "I've always been obsessed with the mob. I've always wanted to be in a mob film, and no one asked me, but now I am." Tripplehorn who was also at the event in a stunning sleeveless outfit, admitted her obsession with Hugh Grant, laughing that she had at last succeeded in her long term desire to get him into bed. The film was directed by KELLY MAKIN, known for his commercials and rock videos and for his film, "The Kids In the Hall's Brain Candy". Other guests at the screening included Oasis star, LIAM GALLAGHER and his pregnant wife PATSY KENSIT, for whose child Hurley is to be Godmother. CLIP FROM 'MICKEY BLUE EYES' ; ARRIVAL LIZ HURLEY & HUGH GRANT ; PULL UP POSTER ; GRANT KISSES FAN ; ARRIVAL PATSY KENSIT & LIAM GALLAGHER ; CA PHOTOGRAPHERS ; JEANNE TRIPPLEHORN & GRANT POSE FOR PRESS ; ARRIVAL INTR DIRECTOR ; SOT DIRECTOR, KELLY MAKIN ; ARRIVAL TRIPPLEHORN ; SOT TRIPPLEHORN (ON BEING QUOTED AS WANTING TO GET GRANT INTO BED) ; CA HURLEY ; SOT TRIPPLEHORN ; CLIP FILM ; SOT HURLEY ; CA HURLEY & GRANT ; SOT GRANT ; CA GRANT ; SOT GRANT ; CLIP TRAILER 146504 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: CRADLE OF FILTH 8/12/99 EN9932 11:37:33 03:47 APTN/MUSIC FOR NATIONS No re-use/re-sale film/video clips without clearance/No access Internet, music/ performance rights must be cleared English/Nat LONDON COMES OUT TO WORSHIP THE LORDS OF BLACK METAL STORY:CRADLE OF FILTH LOCATION:LONDON DATE:AUGUST 10TH '99 In the murky, but hugely popular, underworld of black metal, CRADLE OF FILTH are the new lords. This British band have become one of the most popular groups in a genre that has hundreds of thousands of fanatical fans around the world. Black Metal; a crude and sometimes ridiculous mix of heavy metal, gothic lyrics, halfbaked satanism and whatever inspiration can be taken from old horror movies. For the Cradle of Filth, their greatest inspiration comes from the camp horror films of the Hammer studio from 1960's England. And on their latest record, CRUELTY AND THE BEAST, they are joined by actress INGRID PITT, the screen queen of countless Hammer horror movies. Pitt starred in THE VAMPIRE LOVERS and COUNTESS DRACULA, two movies based loosely on Erzsebet Bathory, the 16th century noble woman who liked to bathe in the blood of virgin girls. On the Filth's new album, Pitt provides the distinctive vocals on the track, BATHORY ARIA, PART III, EYES THAT WITNESSED MURDER. The Filth began life in 1991, formed in their home base of Suffolk. After recording a couple of much bootlegged demos, they signed to Cacophonous Records in 1993 and released the hugely popular, THE PRINCIPLE OF EVIL MADE FLESH. After falling out with their record label and several lineup changes, the group signed to Music For Nations and released their massive seller DUSK AND HER EMBRACE. The group like to describe themselves as "supreme vampyric evil" and certainly they had lots of little devils worshipping them when they turned up for a record signing in the centre of London on Tuesday. After a meet and greet with the fans, the band lived upto their blackened reputation by trashing their dressing room in true rock 'n roll style before being escorted off the premises by police. The songs of Filth are frenzied, intense, demonic and painful screams with which no effort is spared. The group were arrested in the Vatican for wearing 'I Love Satan' teachers and dressing as priests. And they are constantly harrassed by religious groups over their popular and blasphemous tshirts. But that is exactly the sort of stuff that their fans love them for. They have recently returned from the States were they headlined the Milwaukee Metal Fest. The current lineup of the group is DANI FILTH (Oral Pleasures), STUART (Infernal Overkill), LECTOR (Torture Chamber Music), ROBIN GRAVES (Nocturnal Pulse) and ADRIAN ERLANDSSON (Drums). While not worshipping the antiChrist and defying organised religion, the boys like nothing better than settling down with a bottle of Jack Daniels and reading Nietzsche, Byron and Bram Stoker. And there is a special treat in store for Filth fans at the end of the month with the release of the longawaited PanDaemonAeon, a long form video of uncensored promo videos, live footage and band interviews directed by cult movie maker ALEX CHANDON. For more information about Cradle of Filth contact Music For Nations. VIDEOCLIP "FROM CRADLE TO ENSLAVE"; VS FANS QUEUING UP FOR CRADLE OF FILTH ; MCU FANS GOING NUTS TO CAMERA ; VOXPOP FAN;VOXPOP FAN; CRADLE OF FILTH MEMBERS ARRIVING DOWNSTAIRS ; C.A. SECURITY MEN ; C.U. BAND MEMBER AND PULLOUT ; C.U. BAND MEMBERS; C.U. DANI FILTH ; W.S. PHOTOGRAPHERS AND BAND ; SOT LEAD SINGER, DANI FILTH; VIDEOCLIP ; SOT DANI FILTH (ABOUT VIDEOCLIP); TILT UP DANCER IN FISHNET STOCKINGS TO BAND AT SIGNING ; C.U. DANI FILTH SIGNING ; SIDESHOT DANI SIGNING ; C.U. FANS PHOTOGRAPHING EACH OTHER NEXT TO DANI;.C.U. PAPER SIGN "COME AND SEE THE FREAKS"; VOXPOP FANS; VIDEOCLIP;SOT DANI FILTH ; VIDEOCLIP. 146547 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: BOB HERBERT 8/12/99 EN9932 11:16:17 00:52 APTN/VIRGIN No re-use/re-sale film/video clips without clearance/No access Internet, music/ performance rights must be cleared English/Nat POP MUSIC GURU BOB HERBERT DIES IN CAR ACCIDENT Story: Bob Herbert Date: August 11th Location: London BOB HERBERT, the man who formed the SPICE GIRLS and who lately had managed the teen pop group FIVE, has been killed in a car accident. Herbert, 57, was killed instantly Monday afternoon (9/8) when he lost control of his car in heavy rain and it collided with another car in Windsor, west of London, according to RCA, Five's record company. Two people in the other car were injured. Herbert's management of the stillpopular Spice Girls set the pace for the late1990s trend for manufactured pop groups that appeal to teenaged record buyers, like America's Backstreet Boys. Herbert and his son, Chris, had sought candidates for the Spice Girls via an advertisment in a trade magazine in 1996, then chose and drilled the five young women who would go on to international pop stardom. But once the fivesome became successful, they decided they wanted more artistic input and control over their repertoire and careers in general, and fired him in favour of manager SIMON FULLER.. "We were all shocked and saddened to hear the news," the Spice Girls said in a statement Tuesday (10/08). "Our deepest sympathy goes out to his family. We know he will be sadly missed." Five is on a promotional trip in South America and unavailable for comment. Herbert, who lived in Camberley, south of London, is survived by his wife, Ann, daughter Nicky, and son Chris, who is comanager of Five. APTN filmed Bob Herbert and the band Five during a magazine photoshoot in October 1998 during the making of a television documentary called 'Love Me For A Reason' chronicling the history of teen bands. The documentary was shown on Channel Five in the UK and TV3 in Ireland. Bob and his son Chris Herbert ran the pop music company, Safe management. APTN FILE (OCTOBER 1998) OF CHRIS HERBERT AND GROUP 'FIVE' EATING PIZZA ; PULL UP FROM HERBERT TO GROUP MEMBERS ; PULL BACK HERBERT TO WS FIVE IN PHOTO SHOOT ; CLIP VIDEO 'GOODBYE' FROM SPICE GIRLS 146555 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: LYNX FESTIVAL 8/12/99 EN9932 11:30:45 01:35 VNR music/ performance rights must be cleared/No access Internet English/Nat MUSIC FESTIVAL CASHES IN ON ECLIPSE HYPE Story: Voodoo Lynx Festival Date: August 11th, '99 Location: Cornwall, UK It's been brewing for weeks; radio and TV programmes around the world have been informing us all about the solar eclipse, why it occurs, the best place to see it and how not to go blind while witnessing this truly oncein alifetime natural occurence. So it's hardly surprisingly that a few festival entrepreneurs got together and came up with the LYNX VOODOO ECLIPSE; an all night dance event celebrating the magic and mysticism of the UK's first full solar eclipse in seventy years. Sponsored by the men's deodorant, Lynx, the event was timed to coincide with the total eclipse and is being held at "a secret location" in the South of England where visibility of the phenomenon was expected to be the best. Among the acts taking part in the event are dance music maestros, FATBOY SLIM, FAITHLESS, CARL COX, FREESTYLERS and DJ SONIQUE. Two other eclipse festivals are also taking place in the south of England; the Lizard 99 Festival at Goonhilly Downs, Cornwall, where around 13,000 people were on site on Wednesday morning and the similar sized Total Eclipse Festival at Newnham Park, near Plymouth. Both are hoping for a capacity crowd of 20,000. An hour before the eclipse a torrential rainstorm lashed west Cornwall and heavy cloud completely blocked out the sun and moon. But at 11.11am the screen showed the vanishing sun, the freak "eclipse wind" blew across the area, and blackness suddenly descended. Despite the fact that the sun and moon could not be seen, the crowd saw an amazing sunset effect in the South West. In Cornwall the eclipse was witnessed by over 1.1 million people, with the county council estimating that around 270,000 visitors, doubling the normal number for the season, had come to see the event. Numbers were swelled by over 25,000 people who flooded into Cornwall overnight in a late dash for the darkness. The target for huge numbers of eclipse watchers was west Cornwall, right on the centre line of totality. The eclipse was first experienced in the UK on the Isles of Scilly at 9.55am when the moon took the first "bite" out of the solar disc. In Marazion and Penzance, right in the centre of the 64mile wide band of totality, day turned to night for two minutes and six seconds when the moon completely obscured the face of the sun, unfortunately witnessed by noone in the area. The twohour 40minute heavenly spectacular moved away from the UK mainland when Torquay, the last spot to experience totality, was plunged into darkness for 72 seconds. Watching the event in Falmouth, Cornwall, was TV astronomer Patrick Moore, who described it as a "strange, weird experience". He added: "The temperature dropped suddenly and the light dropped, and there were strange atmospheric effects too, a strange kind of breeze I have not felt before." Among the ecstatic sky watchers popping champagne corks in Falmouth was Steve Stavrou, 32, who travelled overnight from his home in Brighton to view the event. He said: "It's disappointing we didn't get the full view but it was still a marvellous event. The main thing was to have been with so many people for what is really a unique experience." Andrea Simmons, watching from Penzance where totality lasted for two minutes and six seconds, said: "It was absolutely fantastic, a wonderful experience. There were clouds but you still got the full atmosphere of it, and I felt really shivery when a big gust of wind came with it." Fellow Penzance eclipse watcher Richard Brown said: "I think the cloud helped the effect. To see the dawn effect in the south west was fantastic. I think the conditions must have helped increase the effect." Thousands of music fans gathered as the BBC Radio One Roadshow swung into action overlooking Mount Bay and the famous St Michael's Mount in Marazion, Penzance. Coastguards confirmed later that the eclipse had passed without incident as a flotilla of up to 10,000 boats headed for the line of totality. COACHES ARRIVING AT NIGHT ; PARTYGOERS ARRIVING ; WS ENTRANCE TO FESTIVAL ; GVS DANCE HALL WITH DEEJAY AT CONTROLS ; SOT FAT BOY SLIM ; GVS EVENT ; PERFORMANCE TRIBAL DANCERS ; FAT BOY SLIM PERFORMANCE 146685 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: THE RATCATCHER 8/12/99 EN9932 11:41:28 03:45 APTN/PATHE DISTRIBUTION No re-use/re-sale film/video clips without clearance/No access Internet English/Nat EDINBURGH FILM FESTIVAL OPENS WITH LOCAL FILM STORY:THE RATCATCHER LOCATION:CANNES, FRANCE DATE:RECENT A major part of the massive annual Edinburgh Festival is the Edinburgh Film Festival. Although tiny compared to Cannes or Venice, Edinburgh has established itself as an important stopping off point on the round of international film festivals. It attracts major international films, but also important is the growing number of Scottish and British movies that get screened at Edinburgh. And this year the festival's opening movie on Sunday will be the UK premiere of RATCATCHER, a debut feature from young Scottish director LYNNE RAMSAY. Set in Glasgow in the 1970s, Ratcatcher is seen through the eyes of 12 year old James Gillespie. Haunted by a tragic secret, he becomes more and more estranged from his own family and disappears into a private world of his own. His closest companions are Margaret Anne, a vulnerable 14 year old who expresses her desperate need for love in all the wrong ways, and the animalloving Kenny. Ratcatcher was shown to great acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard section. APTN caught up with the director at the South of France festival. National Film School graduate Ramsay has already won a Cannes Prix du Jury the previous year for her short film, Small Deaths. For the central roles of James and Margaret, Ramsay and her producer GAVIN EMERSON saw 1500 children before casting WILLIAM EADIE and LEANNE MULLEN. Neither had ever acted before. Ramsay's niece, Lynne Ramsay Jr, plays James's sister. Scottish actors TOMMY FLANAGAN and MANDY MATTHEWS play James' father and mother. Ratcatcher is a coproduction between BBC films and Pathe Pictures. PATHE DISTRIBUTION IN LONDON ON 00 44 171 323 5151. FILMCLIP "THE RATCATCHER"; SOT LYNNE RAMSAY; FILM CLIP ; SOT LYNNE RAMSAY; FILM CLIP; SOT LYNNE RAMSAY; FILM CLIP 146686 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: TEACHING MRS TINGLE 8/12/99 EN9932 11:45:21 02:48 APTN/MIRAMAX No re-use/re-sale film/video clips without clearance/No access Internet English/Nat WILLIAMSON'S NEW MOVIE IS A SCREAM STORY:TEACHING MRS TINGLE LOCATION:LOS ANGELES DATE:AUGUST 11TH '99 Writer KEVIN WILLIAMSON reinvented and reinvigorated the horror genre in the 1990s with SCREAM and I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER. Now he is back and making his directing debut with an even more deadly story, TEACHING MRS TINGLE. Although this latest film was actually the first script that Williamson wrote, way back in 1994. The script languished on a production company's shelf for years while Williamson became one of the hottest new properties in Hollywood. Miramax bought up the script and offered Williamson the chance to direct it. Inspired by his own memories of a much hated teacher at Pamlico County High School in North Carolina, this dark comedy is about a bunch of students who decide on an extreme measure to improve their school grades they plan to kill their teacher. Williamson has gathered together an impressive cast. HELEN MIRREN (PRIME SUSPECT, SOME MOTHER'S SON) plays the much hated Mrs Tingle. The film also stars VIVICA A. FOX (INDEPENDENCE DAY), KATIE HOLMES (DAWSON'S CREEK), MARISA COUGHLAN, MICHAEL MCKEAN (SPINAL TAP), MOLLY RINGWALD (BREAKFAST CLUB), JEFFREY TAMBOR (LARRY SAUNDERS) and LESLEY ANN WARREN. Williamson and some of his stars, Holmes, Mirren and Warren, turned out for the world premiere in Hollywood last night. In keeping with the High School setting, the actresses abandoned the customary limos and arrived on a school bus. Holmes plays young, pretty and popular Jo Lynn, preparing to graduate from high school with a bright future ahead of her. But when another classmate sets Jo Lynn up in her History class she receives a failing mark from the muchfeared and despised Mrs. Tingle. Because of that one black mark Jo Lynn loses the opportunity to be her school's valedictorian, an opening that her big rival Mary Beth (LIZ STAUBER) is quick to seize. With her postgraduation dreams swiftly eroding away, Jo Lynn comes up with the only option available to her Mrs. Tingle's history class is going to need a substitute teacher. EXTR THEATRE ; PULL DOWN POSTER ; SCHOOL BUS ARRIVAL ; CLIP TRAILER 'TEACHING MRS TINGLE' ; SOT KEVIN WILLIAMSON ; CLIP TRAILER ; HELEN MIRREN ARRIVAL AT PREMIERE ; ARRIVAL KATIE HOLMES ; SOT MIRREN ; CLIP FILM ; SOT KATIE HOLMES ; CLIP FILM ; 146688 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: KISS 8/12/99 EN9932 11:32:25 02:18 APTN/POLYGRAM RECORDS/NEW LINE No re-use/re-sale film/video clips without clearance/No access Internet English/Nat KISS WALK THE WALK STORY:KISS STAR OF FAME LOCATION:LOS ANGELES DATE:AUGUST 11TH '99 Those giants of seventies' pomp rock, KISS, finally got to walk the walk when they joined the pantheon of music and film greats on the Hollywood Walk of Fame yesterday. The creaking legends of spandex, makeup and flying rock solos attended the ceremony in L.A. and naturally turned up in all their slap and finery. This is a busy week for the tongue wagging rocksters. On Monday night they attended the world premiere of DETROIT ROCK CITY. So it was even more appropriate that they were being honoured in Hollywood. In a move that stretches the tonguewagging talents of the four piece, GENE SIMMONS, PAUL STANLEY, ACE FREHLEY and PETER CRISS all play themselves, although the focus of the film lies with a small group of their diehard fans. The story is a coming of age comedy featuring four Midwestern High School kids who are on an unstoppable quest to snag a quartet of tickets for a KISS concert. In their passionate pursuit of this hard rock Holy Grail, the foursome are pitted against authoritarian nightmare figures, parental hypocrisy, trials of conscience and the persistent, unwanted interference of disco. What began as a desire to bag a handful of concert tickets becomes a more meaningful metaphor for their future lives Detroit Rock City is about nothing if it not about the liberty to pursue one's dreams. EDWARD FURLONG, GIUSEPPE ANDREWS, SAM HUNTINGTON and JAMES DE BELLO star as the foursome in the film that tries to capture the very particular world of the 1970s, as lived by a bunch of Kissheads. Gene Simmons is acting as producer on the film. KISS became cultural icons in the 1970s with their outlandish style, makeup and high volume rock'n' roll. The original foursome split up acrimoniously but they recently reformed and have found a whole new generation of rock fans across America. The movie, due for release this summer, should awaken the interest of even more young fans. NEW LINE CINEMA IN LONDON ON (00 44 171 439 1378). MCU KISS FAN (WITH MASK ON) AND PULLOUT TO CROWD OF FANS ; TILT UP KISS FANS IN COSTUME ; MCU FAN WEARING KISS T.SHIRT ; MCU ARRIVAL KISS ; C.A. FAN IN CROWD ; SOT MAYOR OF HOLLYWOOD INTRODUCING KISS MEMBERS ;SOT PETER CRISS (KISS GUITARIST AND VOCALIST); VIDEOCLIP "I LOVE IT LOUD" (COURTESY POLYGRAM); PULLOUT FROM STAR TO REVEAL KISS MEMBERS POSING IN FRONT OF PLAQUE ; C.U. STAR ; MCU GENE SIMMONS TWISTING HIS TONGUE AND SOT PETER CRISS ; FILM CLIP FROM "DETROIT ROCK CITY"; GENE SIMMONS WIGGLING HIS TONGUE AT CAMERA. 146700 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: SPIELBERG 8/12/99 EN9932 11:34:51 02:34 APTN No access Internet English/Nat STEVEN SPIELBERG IS HONOURED BY THE PENTAGON Story: Steven Spielberg Date: August 11th'99 Location: Washington DC Film maker STEVEN SPIELBERG, winner of five Academy Awards for his epic "Saving Private Ryan", has received the highest U.S. civilian honour at the Pentagon, in Washington DC. He's the top director in Hollywood and now he is being honoured by the Pentagon for his commitment to public service. Steven Spielberg was also given an honour cordon by US Defence SECRETARY WILLIAM COHEN and his wife Janet. Usually this ceremony is reserved for top diplomats, but on Wednesday (11/08) it was Spielberg's moment to be recognised for the place he commands in popular Western culture. He collected the military's highest civilian honour at a special ceremony in the Pentagon. Spielberg won five Academy Awards for "Saving Private Ryan". At the ceremony Secretary Cohen remarked that this film contributed to North America's national conscience. It reminded audiences of the sacrifices made by an earlier generation to secure today's freedom. And the Defence Secretary also called Spielberg's blockbuster epic an "emotional catharsis" for all who saw it, particularly World War II veterans. The award, a medal for distinguished public service, honours Spielberg for making "an historic contribution to the national consciousness". The ceremony was attended by General Henry Shelton, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, other military brass and invited guests. Other recent recipients of the award include former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, Senator Strom Thurmond, and former Senators Bob Dole and John Glenn. The film maker told the gathering that he was trying to pursue an "active remembrance of the past" so that the younger generation would not forget the sacrifices of their forefathers. And he added that of all the movies he has directed only two have instilled him with real pride, SCHINDLER'S LIST and Saving Private Ryan. AR ARRIVING AND STEVEN SPIELBERG GETTING OUT OF CAR AND BEING GREETED BY US DEFENCE SECRETARY WILLIAM COHEN AND HIS WIFE JANET; C.A MILITARY OFFICERS ; SPIELBERG WALKING UP STEPS OF THE PENTAGON ; W.S. CEREMONY ; C.A. PRESS; SOT WILLIAM COHEN ; C.A. SPIELBERG ;SOT COHEN; MCU SPIELBERG BEING PRESENTED WITH MEDAL ; SOT SPIELBERG;C.A. PRESS ; SOT SPIELBERG ; W.S. SPIELBERG AND COHEN. 146723 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: CARNIE WILSON 8/12/99 EN9932 11:48:15 01:15 APTN/SBK No re-use/re-sale film/video clips without clearance/No access Internet, music/ performance rights must be cleared. English/Nat CARNIE WILSON SHRINKS LIVE ON THE INTERNET Story: Carnie Wilson Date: August 11th Location: San Diego Singer and former talk show host CARNIE WILSON gave an unusual performance yesterday a live broadcast via the Internet of her gastric bypass surgery. She's one of over 100,000 Americans who've chosen this radical form of cosmetic surgery to drastically lose weight and change their body shape. Wilson, the 31yearold daughter of Beach Boy Brian Wilson, said prior to Tuesday's surgery that she was "morbidly obese" and the procedure provided a permanent solution to weight loss. "I am so obese the fact is that I could die. That's really what it is. I could have a massive heart attack," she said in a videotaped interview provided on the Web site www.adoctorinyourhouse.com. The surgery was performed at Alvarado Hospital Medical Center by a team of doctors. Many people who tried to see the surgery weren't successful because the Internet server couldn't handle the demand, a hospital spokeswoman said. The Web site features celebrities and their health problems. Wilson, part of the nowdefunct Wilson Phillips trio, said she has battled weight problems since childhood, craving sugar to the point of sneaking into the kitchen to eat powdered cake mix. In the operation, Wilson's stomach was reduced to a small pouch and attached to her small intestine. One of Wilson's surgeons, Dr. Wesley Clark, says the surgery is recommended only for people who are more than 100 pounds overweight. He wouldn't say what Wilson's weight was, but says she was at least twice her ideal body weight. W.S. PERSON ON INTERNET ; C.U. WEBSITE ; C.U.SCREEN ; EXCERPTS FROM LIVE OPERATION ; VIDECLIP "HOLD ON" BY WILSON PHILLIPS TRIO); EXCERPTS FROM OPERATION LIVE ON THE INTERNET. 147544 ARTIC: GREENPEACE - EVIDENCE OF GLOBAL WARMING 8/18/99 EF99/0917 13:19:27 01:26 Greenpeace VNR Greenpeace = No re-use without clearance VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) Natural Sound A recent Greenpeace expedition to the Arctic claims to have found growing evidence that global warming is threatening the survival of Arctic wildlife. Greenpeace say they've found new evidence of the polar ice pack retreating by hundreds of kilometres in just a few short weeks. That is putting increasing pressure on the survival of local wildlife. Greenpeace research teams say they've seen a steady decline in the number of walrus in the Arctic in recent years. For three weeks a team of scientists and activists aboard the Greenpeace icebreaker "Arctic Sunrise" have surveyed the wildlife in the Chukchi Sea region between Alaska and Russia. They found that the rim of the ice pack in some parts of the area had retreated by nearly 300 miles (approximately 480 kilometres) during their short visit to the Arctic. Greenpeace say that the emission of greenhouse gasses by the chemical industry and the burning of fossil fuels are causing global warming. During their visit the researchers also launched this protest, hanging a banner from one of the retreating icecaps. They were highlighting how the western Arctic is one of the regions with the steepest increase in temperature levels on earth. Temperatures are rising at up to five times the rate observed in other parts of the globe, Greenpeace say. As a result, the rim of the polar ice pack, habitat and hunting ground of Arctic wildlife, is fast retreating. Many species have difficulty adapting to their changing environment. Over the past years a steady decline of the walrus population in the Arctic has been observed by Greenpeace. While more calves were found this year than in previous years, results showed that fewer and fewer were reaching adulthood. It's not just the walrus population which could be threatened. Reindeer, polar bears, seals and seabirds like the black guillemot are also dependent on the area around the rim of the polar ice as their hunting grounds. As with the walrus, if the polar ice melts any more, they could soon disappear. Arctic, 1. Dingy driving past Greenpeace icebreaker "Arctic Sunrise", drifting ice block in foreground 2. Greenpeace activists moving empty chemical barrels on shore 3. Woman activist moving barrel 4. Male activist by barrel with yellow writing "SHELL" 5. Two woman activists assembling a measuring device 6. Close up of hands fastening thread on device 7. Pan of group of activists hanging device on a post 8. Man with ice picks climbing down side of iceberg 9. Activists on edge of iceberg rigging up big yellow banner 10. Close up of picture of skull 11. Banner 12. Activist tightening ropes of banner 13. Banner, pull out into wide shot of iceberg 14. Group of walrus on sandbank 15. Reindeer grazing 16. Sea swallow on rock, flying off 147624 ISRAEL: 2 SOLDIERS KILLED BY GUERRILLAS 8/18/99 EF99/0916 03:15:54 - 09:22:20 02:38 IBA/Channel2 No Access Israel/Internet VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) Hebrew/Nat Two Israeli soldiers were killed in clashes with guerrillas Tuesday in southern Lebanon. The first Israeli fatalities in the region since Prime Minister Ehud Barak took office in July. The deaths are sure to increase already mounting public pressure on Barak to pull Israel's troops out of Lebanon. Barak's election campaign promised to withdraw from the security zone that Israel occupies to protect its northern villages from cross-border attacks. Tuesday's casualties bring to 12 the total number of Israelis killed this year in Lebanon. The two young Israeli soldiers were killed in clashes with guerillas. Their deaths mark the first Israeli fatalities in the area since Prime Minister Ehud Barak took office in July. Barak campaigned on a pledge to withdraw troops by next July from a security zone that Israel occupies to protect its northern villages from cross-border attacks. The deaths are sure to increase already mounting public pressure on Barak to pull Israel's troops out of Lebanon. SOUNDBITE: (Hebrew) "There is a certain escalation in Lebanon. We will continue to do everything in order to get Israel Defense Forces, with all its great achievements and with the pain that comes with it, out of Lebanon and back to the International border." SUPERCAPTION: Ehud Barak, Israeli Prime Minister The casualties came on a day of fierce artillery, mortar and rocket exchanges, after Hezbollah vowed revenge for Monday's killing of commander Ali Hassan Deeb, better known as Abu Hassan. Hezbollah and the Lebanese government blame Israel for the roadside bomb that killed him, although no one has claimed responsibility. Army chief-of-staff, Lieutenant General Shaul Mofaz, suggested Tuesday that Abu Hassan's death was the result of a power struggle among the guerrillas themselves. Other Israelis said Abu Hassan had criminal links. The chief of staff defended the Israeli Defense Force's role in south Lebanon. SOUNDBITE: (Hebrew) "In the past few months I can say that Hezbollah's action inside the security zone in South Lebanon, including the road side bombs and the mortar fire continues. That means, there is war activities inside the security zone in Lebanon and the Israel Defense Force continues doing its job - guarding the Northern border of Israel." SUPERCAPTION: Shaul Mofaz, Army Chief of Staff The army identified the two Israelis killed as Staff Sergeant Eyal Goyta, 21 and Staff Seargant Doron Hirshkowitz, 21. The army spokesman said in a statement that three Hezbollah guerrillas were also killed. Three of seven Israelis injured were in serious condition, the army said, and one of the wounded was a battalion commander. Northern Israel, 17 August 1999 Helipad, Northern border of Israel, Channel 2 1. Helicopter landing 2. Two soldiers walking 3. Wide shot of soldiers approaching helicopter Rambam Hospital, Haifa (North Israel), IBA 4. Midshot of ambulances with helicopter above 5. Helicopter landing by ambulances 6. Various shots of paramedics carrying soldiers on stretchers 7. Various shots of wounded soldiers on stretchers being led into the Hospital 8. Soldier in stretcher surrounded by people inside hospital 9. Soldier on phone being led on stretcher 10. Stretcher being wheeled into lift with doctors and nurses 11.SOUNDBITE: (Hebrew) Ehud Barak, Israeli Prime Minister 12. Helicopter taking off 13. SOUNDBITE: (Hebrew) Shaul Mofaz, Army Chief of Staff 14. Israeli army jeep with soldier sitting inside 147638 USA: TURKISH EARTHQUAKE DISASTER: RESCUE WORKERS DESPATCHED 8/18/99 EF99/0916 07:25:26 - 09:13:26 02:35 APTN VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) English/Nat A 70-member team from Virginia, USA, accompanied by fire trucks and specially trained dogs, is due to arrive in Turkey on Wednesday to help locate victims of Tuesday's devastating earthquake. Once there, the team will aid the overwhelmed Turkish emergency services to help with search-and-rescue operations, survivor detection and rubble removal. In a global outpouring of help for victims of Tuesday's massive earthquake in Turkey, governments around the world dispatched sniffer dogs and rescue experts to search for the missing and medical teams to cope with thousands of injuries. A major relief operation quickly moved into high gear - fighting against time to try to rescue those trapped under debris and to assist thousands who lost their homes. Fairfax County's search and rescue team from Virginia prepared to head out to Turkey to join forces with other international teams. SOUNDBITE: (English) "That hasn't been determined yet to the extent of what role we will play over there, but what we are trained to do is search and rescue victims that may be trapped. But once we arrive there and make an assessment of what we can do to help restore this country back to a normal state, we will take part in it." SUPER CAPTION: Lieutenant Lorenzo Thrower, Urban Search and Rescue Team Spokesman The team is one of two in the United States that can be dispatched anywhere in the world for rescue operations. Usually the team which includes cave-in experts, dog teams, doctors and paramedics works at collapsed concrete structures. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Other than the specialised concrete-breaking tools and things like that we are taking with us, we also have the capability of doing electronic searches by using listening devices that are very sensitive. We can pick up people tapping with their fingers inside collapsed buildings, as well as very special search cameras that we can probe down into void spaces and try to identify the location of where people are. So, we are pretty technically advanced as far as things like that go. We've done a lot of training with that type of equipment and we have found people in the past with that equipment." SUPER CAPTION: Lieutenant Michael Regan, Urban Search and Rescue Team Manager Previously the team helped after the Philippine earthquake in 1990 and in rescue operations at the federal building in Oklahoma City and the U-S Embassy in Nairobi after both were bombed. In Turkey the latest death count has topped two-thousand. Authorities say nearly eleven-thousand have been injured. It seems certain the casualty count will climb. As many as ten-thousand people could still be trapped in the rubble of collapsed buildings around Golcuk a navy base town near the quake's epicentre. Thousands more are missing in Istanbul and elsewhere. Fairfax, Virginia, USA - August 17 1999 1. Fireman readying equipment 2. Firemen carrying equipment 3. Crews weighing equipment to be shipped 4. Close up helmet 5. Crew loading truck 6. Firefighter with his son in his arms 7. Close up assignment sheet 8. Firemen signing up and checking identification 9. Close up Fairfax County shirt 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lieutenant Lorenzo Thrower, Urban Search and Rescue Team Spokesman 11. Rescue-trained dog 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lieutenant Michael Regan, Urban Search and Rescue Team Manager 13. Buses transporting firefighters to Air Force base 14. Firefighter dropping equipment and receiving instructions 147639 USA: NEW YORK: JEWISH SECURITY CONFERENCE 8/18/99 EF99/0916 03:22:53 - 07:37:33 - 09:25:06 02:11 APTN VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) English/Nat In the wake of last week's race-motivated shooting at a Jewish community center in Los Angeles, a group of Jewish organizations has united to address the issue of security in their community. The Anti-Defamation League (A-D-L) and United Jewish Communities (U-J-C) sponsored a special satellite conference on security awareness and procedures Tuesday afternoon. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The purpose of our coming together is to discuss the issue of security in the Jewish community." SUPER CAPTION: Abraham H. Foxman, National Director, Anti-Defamation League The event came a week after an alleged neo-Nazi sympathisers attacked a Los Angeles Jewish community centre. Nearly 200 Jewish organizations nationwide were invited to participate. The talks, which were not open to the media, also included presentations from the Federal Bureau of Investigations (F-B-I) as well as senior law enforcement experts. At a press conference before the satellite conference, Jewish leaders said although there was cause for concern about the safety of Jewish centers, it would be wrong to let hate-mongers have the upper hand. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We hope and pray that it's not a pattern. That it's only a throw back into the past. But we are concerned. We're concerned and therefore decided to reach out to the totality of the Jewish community to ask them and to inform them that there is a danger, but at the same time to make sure that it is put into perspective. God forbid that the bigots and the hate mongers would instill a level of fear to the extent that it changes the way Jewish institutions live and operate." SUPER CAPTION: Abraham H. Foxman, National Director, Anti-Defamation League Speakers also raised the importance of not over-reacting in trying to secure a safe environment for children. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We want our children to be secure but not scared. And we want communities to take prudent action, but not panic. And it is an extraordinarily difficult balance." SUPER CAPTION: Martin Raffle, Associate Executive Director, Jewish Council for Public Affairs Jewish leaders also discussed placing more emphasis on prevention in law enforcement, as well as strengthening hate crime legislation throughout the country. SOUNDBITE: (English) "A responsible response is to be aware. 50% of prevention comes from awareness, seeing whether people are there who shouldn't be there, seeing whether things are there that don't belong. And then we're calling for debate and discussion in another area. Which is that government, that law enforcement begin to change the balance as important as it is to remove and apprehend a criminal and remove him from the streets of society, it's just as important to prevent the crime. And I think it's important that we begin to reexamine whether our law enforcement shouldn't be given more authority to prevent some crimes." SUPER CAPTION: Abraham H. Foxman, National Director, Anti-Defamation League Meanwhile, in Washington, President Bill Clinton unveiled new initiatives to combat youth violence - in a move to combat youth violence after all the recent shootings. In addition to anti-violence advertisements, Clinton announced new grants to beef up school security as well as an outreach programme encouraging parents to talk to their children about violence. New York City, USA - 17 August, 1999 1. Wide shot of presser with Abraham Foxman on podium 2. Cutaway press 3. Cutaway press 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Abraham H. Foxman, National Director, Anti-Defamation League 5. Cutaway cameras 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Abraham H. Foxman, National Director, Anti-Defamation League 7. Wide shot, Martin Raffle at podium 8. Cutaway press 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Martin Raffle, Associate Executive Director, Jewish Council for Public Affairs 10. Close-up journalist 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Abraham H. Foxman 12. Wide shot presser 147642 USA: BAN ON BRITISH BLOOD DUE TO BSE 8/18/99 EF99/0916 03:21:39 01:06 APTN/BBC/VNR BBC = No Access UK/CNBC/CNN/Fox/Euronews/Internet VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) English/Nat The U-S government has announced it's banning blood donations from anyone who has spent more than six months in Britain and may have been exposed to mad cow's disease. Officials said the restriction would cut the U-S blood supply during a critical time of shortage - but the government deems it a necessary precaution. The U-S Food and Drug Administration imposed the ban on blood donations by anyone who has travelled to, or lived in, Britain for a total of six months since 1980. America is desperately short of donated blood but the government is determined to avoid the risk of contamination. That means tighter controls. Now the U-S - fearful of mad cow disease has banned donations from anybody who has spent at least 6 months in Britain since 1980. This man used to be a regular blood donor. Now he's forbidden. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I've been to the U-K in the past ten years maybe 20/25 times." SUPER CAPTION: VOX POP, Blood donor Americans are familiar with images of British cows stricken with mad cow disease. Some say the ban shows reasonable caution. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We're dealing with a disease that may still be on the increase in terms of human disease. We're dealing with an organism that you can't identify. And we're dealing with a disease that only causes symptoms some several years after its first transmitted. All of those things I think argue in favour of more caution." SUPERCAPTION: Dr Peter Lurie, Medical Researcher The donor ban is strictly a precaution - there is no evidence that any mad cow-type illness has been spread through blood transfusions. But the mad cow disease that swept through Britain's cattle has been linked to a human brain-destroying illness. Both illnesses are so mysterious that scientists simply can't rule out the possibility they could infect blood. Still, the FDA's donor ban is controversial. It's sure to frighten both Americans whose blood is refused - a?
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VOTING RIGHTS CAMPAIGN PRESSER POOL 8 FS-28-HD 20220117 1225 CNN POOL The Deliver for Voting Rights campain holds a press conference at Union Station, led by Martin Luther King III and Arndrea Waters King, among others. ARNDREA WATERS KING> and splinters and boards torn up and places with no carpet on the floor, bare. But all the time climbing on and reaching landings and turning corners and sometimes going in the dark, where there is no light. So why don't you turn back? Don't you sit down on those steps? Because you can find it's kind of hard. Don't you fall now? Bronze still in honey? I'm still climbing and life for me a thin no crystal stair [12:25:30] as in that whole life for many black and brown Americans has been no crystal stair. And we will not allow our elected officials to add to the tax and splinters while we climb. As my father in law Dr. King told those young people that day you have a responsibility to seek to make your nation a better nation wish to live and to seek to make life better for everyone. He ARDS them to seek beauty and truth. If he were here today, he would look our leaders in the eye and challenge them with those same words. History hinges on the choices they will make [12:26:12] the tones of democracy ring louder than division, freedom and justice for all. And no matter what it looks like no matter how tired we may be, we will not give up. We will not give out. We will not get in. Whether this bill is passed tomorrow, next week, next month, or next year. And we already know what the end will be. because God weighs in on all this well, And until all this is not the end. Thank you very much. [12:26:56] >> Thank you, Mrs. King. Now we're going to hear from Martin Luther King the third as the oldest son of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King. The third is a leader on the world stage, a peacemaker and negotiator and on some of today's most critical issues. nationally and internationally, including voting rights. Most recently, Mr. King has taken over the leadership of the drum major Institute, with the focus on continuing the king legacy through campaigns like give us the ballot. The work of the drum major Institute inspires and supports organizations and individuals to embrace their unique contribution to peace, justice and equity from alongside his wife Mr. Kane is one of the CO leaders deliver for voting rights. campaign that gathers here today, Mr. King. [12:28:02] MARTIN LUTHER KING III>> Good afternoon I too would like to thank so many who have embarked upon this journey with us today as we observe the King holiday my father would have been on Saturday 93 years old. First, let me thank Speaker Pelosi for her tireless commitment on behalf of black and brown Americans as well as Congressional Black Caucus Chair, Congresswoman Beatty, and also Congresswoman Carrie souls from the state of Alabama for constantly fighting for that which is right. [12:28:41] And I want to thank every part over 180 organizations that joined us over 1000 asters Every major labor union has joined in this quest for voting rights. But I want to thank every partner who made it today, the feast Walton on the organizers of the peaceful who understood the importance not just of the day, but of this moment. Thank you to all of you who are joining us here today and especially you as members of the American media helping to get the word out to American people. [12:29:21] My mom always said a holiday. She should be they are not today. 122930 Today we're not here to celebrate. We're here to be on. We're here to call on President Biden and the Senate to pass the Freedom to Vote John R. Lewis Act and to warn that our democracy stands on the brink of serious trouble without these bills. Last week, the President said he's tired of being quiet about voting rights. Well, we're tired of being patient. [12:30:02] Since January 6th 2021, when the insurrection this attack, our capital 90 legislatures have passed 34 laws clawing back voting rights for their citizens. States like my home state where new laws I should say of Georgia aren't designed to confuse voters so they don't know where to go. They kick people off the voter rolls so they show up to vote and find out they're not because polling stations and voting hours so working parents and folks without access to transportation can't get there and these laws are being passed with knifelike precision to cut black and brown borders are in the process. [12:30:49] And they are exactly what the Voting Rights Act was protected against. That's just one state but it's all over Texas, Florida, Iowa, Arizona. The list goes on. More legislatures are gearing up to pass laws like these when they could be this year. And Senate is letting them get away with it. because of a little technicality. called the filibuster. [12:31:15] This is why people say the Senate is broken. But it gets worse. The thought of this was used to start some rights legislation for 100 years after the Civil War. I think about the history books tell you that after the Civil War, people who had been enslaved for 250 years, we're finally free. [12:31:53] But that's not the truth. They had to fight for 100 more years before they could overcome the filibuster just to have their right to vote protected. And now filibuster is being weaponized again. The irony is that all these laws take taken away our rights are being passed by a simple majority. Wow here in Washington, therefore to reinstate them has to get a super majority to pass. [12:32:23] The good news is that we have the power to address the injustice. We can eliminate filibuster with a simple majority in the past this feeling that every Democratic senator says they support but as you've heard a few people stand in the way not just Republicans. Every one of them has taken a role position against voters. But that's not who I'm talking about two Democrats. two senators, Senator Joe Manchin and Senator Sinema, who said they support the bill, but refused to eliminate filibustered pass. [12:33:04] They think the real problem isn't that our rights are being stolen. They think the real problem is a disease of division that can be cured with some optimism and conversation. Now my father worked to bring people together in his town, but he was no Pollyanna. His speech down to America, he talked about how some people were pushing back on civil rights, because like these two senators, they thought the problem couldn't be solved with legislation. They told him he had to change hearts first. [12:33:39] And he worked hard. After all, he was a Baptist preacher. But he knew that when someone is denying you have your fundamental rights, conversation and optimism won't get you very far. He said although it may be true, that mo will wrap morality can't be legislated behavior can be regulated. 123402 Even though it might be true, he said, that the law cannot change the heart. It can restrain the heartless. Even though it may be true that the law cannot make a man love me. It can restrain him from lynching me. So let me be clear when states are engaging in lawless voter suppression, only the law can stop them. Senator Sinema and Manchin also say, if they bill - if the bill doesn't get bipartisan support, it shouldn't pass. 123433 Well, the 14th Amendment, which granted citizenships to slaves in the - 1868, that didn't have bipartisan support, should formerly enslaved people have been denied citizenship, Senator Sinema? [12:34:47] Some of the some of the 15th amendment that gave formally slate the right to vote in 1870. [12:34:54] bipartisan support should former slaves had been denied the right to vote some of the mansion in 1922 23 and 24 some some of the School of Boston and anti allergy bill that it passed in the House, which Senate imagine and some of the some some have supported blocking those bills too. I'm just applying their logic here and showing that it's not logical at all. [12:35:26] To them the filibuster is sacred except for one. In 2010, Senator Sullivan was supported the idea of using reconciliation get around the filibuster and passed health care reform. Just last month, they both supported an exception to the filibuster to raise the debt ceiling, but they draw the line at protecting the rights of millions of voters. History will not remember them. In April 1963, my father was jailed in Birmingham for protesting segregation [12:36:00] While there he wrote an open letter, in which he said the biggest stumbling block was not the Ku Klux Klan. But the white man who is more devoted toward the Justice who prefers a negative piece, which is the absence of attention to a positive piece, which is the presence of justice, who constantly says I agree with you at the goal you seek, but I can't agree with your methods or direct direction. Who paternalistically feels he can set a timetable for another man's freedom. [12:36:37] He was surrounded by people who told him to wait until a more convenient time and to use more agreeable methods 59 years later, it's the same old song the dance from some of the matches and some but not let up. And he's more than 180 partners over 1000 faith leaders and millions nationwide to make this whole possible. You are the reason President Biden spoke out last week and is swinging for the fences. [12:37:14] You're the reason Speaker Pelosi has brought about powerful legislation and every procedural solution possible to protect black and brown Americans. You have a reason leader Schumer set a deadline and is bringing the bill to a vote tomorrow. Organized organizing works protesting works, and we cannot let up now. So no matter what happens tomorrow, we must keep the pressure and say oh empty words. Don't tell us what you believe in show us with your votes. [12:37:48] history will be watching what happens tomorrow. black and brown Americans will be watching what happens tomorrow. in 50 years. students will read about what happens tomorrow and know whether our leaders have the integrity to do the right thing. Mr. President senator, senators, imagine, Senator, some members of the Senate have the freedom to vote jar, our Lewis act now. If you can deliver an infrastructure bill for bridges, you can deliver voting rights for Americans. If you do not. There is no bridge in this nation that can hold the weight of that failure. [12:38:28] Thank you. And now I have the great honor of introducing the leaders who believed in this fight from the beginning and who stood by the side of black and brown Americans on voting rights. Speaker Pelosi has used her position of leadership to push from every angle to get voter rights bills passed, and we would not be where we are today without her commitment. To our democracy. Representative Joyce Beatty, the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus has been instrumental in passing voting rights legislation in the House and getting us to this point in the fight [12:29:13] represented a teary soul has been a pillar in the voting rights fight and leaving the house to deliver for voting rights chairs what they delivered for bridges. Because of the leadership of these women, the House passed this crucial legislation to protect our democracy and action. Now rest with the Senate. First please join me in welcoming the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, the Honorable Nancy Pelosi. [12:39:49] HOUSE SPEAKER NANCY PELOSI PELOSI>> What an honor it is, personally and officially to be here for the family are Martin Luther King, Jr. and Curtis King. To hear your lawn to speak about the future. And what this all means to young people how proud her grandparents are. And to hear Andrea talk about what is at stake in all of this couldn't be more clear. And Martin, thank you for the chance that you had put forward is my honor awesome to be here. Without the leadership of the House. [12:40:27] The leader of that congressional black caucus made for us working with Eric Holder and and John Sarbanes, and others. Mr. Clyburn, to make sure this legislation, the freedom Vote Act was passed. And Terri Sewell has been the author of the John Lewis voting rights either before it was called. She stood for it for years, and advocating relentlessly and you will hear from them. [12:40:56] And we just say that to what the family had to say about the history and the prospects, let's just say and Congress, we'd say I associated myself with remarks. And I just want to add this because I was always wanting to take family from school and all respect I was at the March. I couldn't stay to speech and I had to leave go get married. [12:41:23] So I can always remember how long ago this speech was for how long go out at the very beginning, that King Curtis King, and those who were associated with include our beloved John Lewis, they believed in non violence they traveled the kings to India to study the Mahatma Gandhi principle of non violence. The word for non violence in Sanskrit, satyagraha has two meanings. One is non violence, the other is insistence on the truth. [12:42:03] That's the message they shared with them brought back in and we are insisting on the truth. The truth is, that what is happening in the constant inquiry credit, what kind of Leader Chuck Schumer for his relentless and persistence and trying to get this done to the President for his leadership, but we have to get this done. And the truth is that our college house, Democrats and Republicans must weigh the equities here. [12:42:38] While it may be true to them, that the filibuster is an important customer. It is not the Constitution of the United States that chooses and the truth is that the Constitution says only if you're ratifying the treaty, conducting an impatient person, or ratifying the constitution, a simple majority. That's why the vice president can break a tie 5050 So the truth is, we want all of them in the Senate to weigh the equities. 124315 We all want bipartisanship. We all strive for it, we have a responsibility to do so. But when we cannot have it, we cannot confine our democracy to what might be bipartisan, the possible(?) So I asked our colleagues in the Senate, respectfully for what they think the filibuster means, to compare that to weigh the equities against our democracy, because nothing less is at stake than our democracy. This is about suppressing the vote. It's about nullifying the elections, which Dr King talked about that day, nullifying the election. It's about just doing so many things to be obstacles to participation. That's wrong. The truth is, that's wrong. [12:44:03] And this family I John Lewis, so beautifully that this build is named for him. The first bill, he wrote the first 300 pages of what is now called freedom to vote. And as has been indicated by the King family these This bill is supported by all of the Democrats in house and senate. It's just the filibuster in a way. 124431 So in a way, if you really truly want to honor Dr. King, don't dishonor him by using a congressional custom as an excuse for protecting our democracy. [12:44:45] We have no right to honor this family to visit the monument. Imagine 30 somewhere 36 years old, left this earth tucked away that he has a monument on the ball along with Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson tears in their eyes with a departure from our democracy. [12:45:17] That it's happening right now. Unless that to the specific college and this legislation is passed. I've already yield to our distinct am I introducing our Distinguished Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. Working with her has been a joy because she has been so consistent she brings her own record of civil rights experience to the to the Congress and to the subject, as does our distinguished Mr. Clyburn. Without her leadership and her persistence, we would not have passed that first bill [12:45:53] for the people, which is now called freedom without honors to serve with her as well as with Terry civil. We are just so determined to make this happen tomorrow, and nobody more determined that the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, Joyce of Ohio. BEATTY>> thank you so much, Madam Speaker, and thank you for your leadership. It is an honor for me to be here today. For me to be the chairwoman of the powerful Congressional Black Caucus [12:46:32] To the King family, thank you, Bart. Adria Yolanda for the piece that we just did. For keeping the dream alive and for delivered for voting rights. To you I say thank you, but today we come to flees the opportunities for justice that lay before us now, because we cannot redeem the soul of America without the courage to fight the barriers of cultural systemic environmental racism. [12:47:08] And every turn. We must remind America that we have the right the right for education, the right for childcare, housing, economic and social justice, but what it is all born out of the writing. That is why connecting people public policy and politics, fighting for justice and civil rights for all. That is why I march with this fan. [12:47:43] That is why I say thank you for giving us your mind and your voice that represents our future. the late John Lewis, Martin Luther King, Reverend Al Sharpton, Tamika Mallory, and so many more Jesse Jackson. But let me just say the day that arched with the spirit of Fannie Lou Hamer is I crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge for the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. [12:48:20] That is why I was arrested recently in the United States for demanding the protection for voting rights. I stay in the family or shelters. I stand on the shoulders of surely kids on Coretta Scott King Rosa Parks and Dorothy and Yolanda. You and my two grandchildren Leah and Spencer, the new generation and you're doing it your way. But let me say to you, you stay on our foundation. [12:48:53] Together, we must tear down the walls of injustice against voting rights, insists that the Senate has the freedom to vote John or Louis voting rights because silence is not an option. The congressional black caucus has called for the vote demanding the Senate to take immediate action on voting rights legislation. We will not yield our efforts to enshrine voting rights legislation into law, nor will we allow a filibuster to filibuster away our democracy and our voting rights. [12:49:33] Today we are speaking to a pained and frustrated nation. But tomorrow and the days to come. We will witness the Senate to call but let me say this loudly and clearly. We must draw the line in the sand of justice for any member that standing with us on voting rights. They are obstructionists to America's promise of freedom and justice and we will stand against them. [12:50:09] The nation must join us and make some noise. Your father and grandfather say lightning makes no noise. No strikes Well, America today let's make some noise to this nation. Let's stand up in strike back, fight back fight for our voting rights. Lastly, the Congressional Black Caucus conscience of the Congress. I want this year that we stay with you. We stand with your father's dream. We stand with your courageous leadership Speaker Pelosi because you [12:50:56] want the nation to the house, pass the Voting Rights Act. And so now America, That's our power. That's our message for the Congressional Black Caucus. and in case you didn't know, I thought it was small enjoys dating and I approve this message. God bless you. Now it gives me great honor and distinction to introduce a person who needs no introduction. I call her the mother of Alabama. She is one who has landmass with the late John Lewis across the Edmund Pettus. Bridge. She is author of voting rights. And it is my privilege to call her a friend, a proud member of the Congressional Black Caucus, a leader that honorable Congresswoman Terri Sewell [12:51:57] SEWELL>> I'm Congresswoman Terri Sewell and I proudly represent Alabama's seventh congressional district. It includes the historic cities of Birmingham, Montgomery and yes, my hometown of Selma, Alabama. You see, voting rights is very personal. To me. So many senators, so many legislators and the King family join us year after year to walk across that bridge to commemorate what happened they are on Bloody Sunday. And to say no more. No more. [12:52:32] We are once again at a precipice and inflection point, if you will. While we no longer have to count how many marbles are in a jar or recite backwards. The declaration is today's my voting suppression is less pernicious long lines, purging of roles. The list goes on and on. Today as we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his legacy. It can't be a celebration as Yolanda said, [12:53:15] because we need legislation. We need the Senate to do its job almost six decades ago, John Lewis and the foot soldiers of the Civil Rights Movement March and yes bled on a bridge for the equal rights of all Americans to vote. Their efforts culminated in the passage of the new 65 voting rights and voting rights was never part of until recently. The Voting Rights bill passed by time for we authorization under four Republican presidents. But now we're having a problem. A problem of the filibuster. [12:53:57] I agree with my colleagues. I agree with the King family. We cannot let a process stand in the way of process oh, by the way, that over 150 times have been set aside and most recently, but we can raise the debt ceiling to protect the full faith and credit of the American government surely, surely we can pass the John Robert voting rights Advancement Act and the freedom to vote act to protect our democracy. [12:54:34] I know people hire and frustrated and we can be tired and we can be frustrated. But what we can't do is give up just what John Lewis if he had given up those marchers marching across that bridge, if they had been bludgeoned on that bridge and deeper trying to go back for turnaround Tuesday, or ultimately to complete that much. didn't give up. They didn't give out. Think of Rosa Parks on a bus. [12:55:04] Had she not given up what our lives would have been. It was because of her courage because of her sacrifice that we now have integration into public transit, interstate transportation, and commerce. So I say let us remember the words of Coretta Scott King. She was profound and prophetic. When she said struggle is a never ending process. Freedom is never be one you have and when it is each generation, so this is our mountain moment. [12:55:46] Will we give up, give out or will we keep pressing forward? Forward? I want to say in closing it's never lost on me that I get to represent my home district, my hometown of Selma, Alabama. My job each and every day is not only to represent the people, wonderful people of Alabama's seventh congressional district today, but it's also to protect and further the legacy the legacy of Selma of Baton Rouge of Birmingham and I will not give up and I will not give up. [12:56:32] It was King, Dr. Martin Luther King. If you cannot run then walk if you can't walk. We must keep moving forward. Let's move forward together and demand that the Senate passed the freedom to vote Act and the John Robert Lewis Advancement Act. Let's do it. And let's do it now. Thank you. [12:57:08] >> today we just like to thank Pelosi hometown Elia. And that entire King family for your leadership, there is no celebration without legislation. We will continue our program. [12:57:39] Now have this excuse me this morning the King family DC organizers, voting rights advocate cross the Frederick Douglass bridge, a new landmark of access that our next speaker was instrumental in bringing to life She also played a critical role in fighting for voting rights and DC statehood. I'd like to welcome my mayor the DC mayor, Mayor Muriel Bowser. [12:58:15] BOWSER>> Good afternoon, everybody. So the King family to our honorable members of the Congress of the United States and to my fellow Americans. Good afternoon. I want to thank you for gathering today Speaker Pelosi course in our beautiful Washington DC to honor the birthday and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King. We of course know that Dr. King praise an integral role in desegregating America and helping us to get the Civil Rights Act. [12:58:52] We cannot think of a better way to honor his legacy than to speak up to take a stand and to take action to ensure that Americans nationwide have their voices heard and counted across the nation. We know that states are passing anti democratic anti voting bills, restricting the will of the people by the slimmest margins. I like most Americans find myself wondering what Dr. King would make up this moment we find ourselves in. [12:59:31] It is a moment sadly that we're all too familiar with. What would he say about the inaction on the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, which has already been ready for over a year? We know what he would say because he fought that fight his entire life. What would he say about a filibuster that stands in the way of protecting the most basic of American rights? Now what he would say because he winning this fight 60 years ago, [13:00:04] this spy a fight for fundamental rights as Americans, the fight to make true the ideals of our democracy. We know today that is enough is enough. As President Biden said last month, we are standing at an inflection point in our democracy. Do we accept minority rule? Do we give up the dream of democracy in America? Do we give up on the idea of forming a more perfect union? Do we stand back and allow the minority to dig its heels to preserve a system and ideals that are relics of the past? [13:00:46] And we say together, we can't and we won't. And I came here today to make sure that no one forgets about Washington DC. Because we cannot talk about voting rights without talking about the disenfranchisement of 700,000 taxpaying Americans right here in Washington DC, a legacy of slavery and Jim Crow America. [13:01:14] Today we're talking about the filibuster, but consider this. We wouldn't even be in this situation. In Washington DC had two senators, the two senators we deserve because you know what Washington DC stands with the majority of our fellow Americans who are in favor of expanding and protecting the right to vote. So they'll forget now he does the filibuster routinely silence the will of the majority, the will of much of the majority isn't even fully represented, and the plight of Washington DC is the same place that millions more Americans could find themselves in. If we don't pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Act. [13:02:00] Cut out from the democratic process and treated as second class citizens. You will be expected to pay taxes you will be expected to serve in the military and you will be expected to follow the rules set by the Congress. Dr. King was unapologetic in his fight for racial justice, social justice and economic justice. We cannot advance our democracy or build stronger communities if Americans do not have a say when decisions are being made and how funds are being distributed. So we're speaking up for voting rights, but also speaking up for the 700,000 people here in their own Congress. Thank you. [13:03:00] >> So we are honored today to have a lot of our partners here. So first, I'd like to bring up the Mario Cooper who is the co chair of the Center for popular democracy. The Mario is an Ohio based grassroots organizer with deep roots in both racial justice and electorial campaigning at the local level, state and national level to Mario. [13:03:30] >> said my name is Mario. I'm from Akron, Ohio. I drove here last night in my car because I didn't want to get stuck in the airport. It was a tough drive you know some of it was like a lot of storms like actual winter storm and other parts are smooth but I drove out here this morning to a I was like, I don't think I'm gonna go to the March because I'm tired. [13:04:05] There's something was like tomorrow to get up and go to this March. Right? So I get up. I go to Mars, almost miss it. And then I end up in the back of the line when I get to the March. Right when we got to the Frederick Douglass bridge, if y'all was there, the sun came. came out. It came out for that moment. And when we left that bridge the sun went away. If he was if he was there, that's what really happened. As soon as he got to the front of that bridge. The sun came up [13:04:43] and it hadn't begun. Now here I am. On a bridge, Frederick Douglass bridge renovated because before if you know that prison look like that. That was a little tiny, tiny bridge. It was old and dilapidated looking now this beautiful is restored and we are standing on that bridge. And I was thinking about bridges organized by train. bridges have a real strong history of my family's legacy of bridges. My great grandfather was killed on the bridge trying to go vote in Newport, Tennessee [13:05:24] and I think I was thinking about my grandfather on that parade. I was thinking about Martin Luther King, marching and that it bends towards justice. Here I am as a co director, but one of the largest grassroots networks in America. On Martin Luther King Day, the day before we need to pass the Voting Rights Act. My people, a diverse group of people known as an Oregon [12:06:00] I've talked a lot about bridges. Bridges, like people need to move across the bridge in order for us to go from a private life to a public. We're talking about people moving across bridges to go from saying of individual filling oppression of the society to a collective dignity. We're others who are struggling with the same things, right. We talked about bridges all the time. We talked about moving people from nothing was happening to us to moving into collective power. Working together, building together being a relationship together. Organizer by trade. [12:06:39] We need to move over bridges. Frederick Douglass moved over and breathe. People know originally he decided that no matter where he wanted to be an enslaved person that he was going to be a free person. He made a decision. A decision point in the history of that man's life made us have a person who taught us all their power is nothing without a demand. It never has never will. He learned that he's crossing bridges this day, where first of all, I do want to give them to family. I want to give thanks to your grandfather Your father has helped my life and all black people in this country. Thanks for the answer to the people who came and fought for us to have this freedom for me to stand in front of Nancy Pelosi [13:07:26] and the senators having from from the projects that happen with single mind that's where I come from. I worried about being scared but some already on the dignity side they make a choice and ever say about the history of the Voting Rights rack and the filibuster. filibuster has been used to continue racial oppression. but today we got to make a trust and I'm not talking to Sinema or maybe that's your job to organize. I'm talking to people. Organized I talk to people and what I want to say to people is no matter what happens tomorrow no matter what happens tomorrow, whether they do the right thing, [13:08:12] or they choose to do the wrong thing and hold up this historic arcane system of oppression. Especially right now. When we had a clap back moment. We are the clap back moment. If you are confused. Go find out what happened during Reconstruction. And we are in that moment again. He said it's long, but it bends towards justice. The force that pins that art is us. [13:08:37] Us in the most high creator is what builds that art. And we got work to do. No matter if they do their job the right way and more or not. We got work to do. The Center for popular democracy is here working with our affiliates across the nation. We are ready. We are ready to stand up but we need our people to join is that time is this time there's a lot of bridges we got a cross. It's time for us to cross the bridge from a precedent in the history of oppression in this country, to a country where everyone has the freedom to thrive. [13:09:18] The freedom to live a dignified life To not be stuck in shame and that requires us to build acquires us. I want to thank you all for giving me a second and allowing me to come speak to Jesse Elliot died on breach trying to go vote to speak to you today. I feel my ancestors And I know that it is time. I hope they do the right thing tomorrow. But if not expect to hear from our communities. [13:09:56] especially for this not to just be something that you get to do and hide behind the filibuster on legislation. We are paying attention. We will be in the streets we will protect our rights. We protect our rights and freedoms and thrive and that's all for now, thank you >> tomorrow and hate tomorrow Guess what? The sun comes out next we will hear from Kelly Robinson who is the Executive Director of Planned Parenthood Action Fund. Kelly please join us [13:10:33] >> Good afternoon, everybody. Good afternoon. Glasses are a little fun back to hearing tomorrow. The vision is clear. Let me tell you hello, people. My name is Kelly Robinson. I'm the Executive Director of Planned Parenthood Action Fund It is an honor and honor to join the king families Speaker Pelosi Congresswoman baby, Congresswoman school and all of you here today. This is my first action back after the birth of my son I say actually he's he's five months old. [13:11:10] And for me, has just changed. And I know y'all know what that means. But in so many ways, right? I mean, this world can feel so fundamentally broken with all this happening around us not only out in the world, but even in our own homes and our own families. Many of us are so worried about our kids are worried about our partners, our friends, our our everyone around us, we're consumed by it. But what's clear to me now is that we are not broken by it. Now that I've had my son I realize more than ever that we we the people that are fighting for freedom and justice. We don't have the luxury of letting a broken world breakups. [13:11:48] This crisis has once again laid bare the cracks in our democracy. But right now we have the power. We actually have the power to fix them the power to ensure that America starts to fulfill her promise to us. So that's why I'm here today. I'm here because we have the power. We've got to reaffirm it because I am here because our powers actually in our vote. It's a power to build a better life for ourselves and our families. It's a support to elect representatives who actually understand the challenges facing our communities. It is the power that we need to make our own decisions about our health care about our bodies, including the decision of whether or not to have an abortion. [13:12:28] It's the power to heal just a little bit of this broken world for ourselves, for our kids and for the legacy that we're moving forward. Your rights and reproductive rights are inextricably linked. And right now both are under attack. It's an accident or witnesses with tax withheld because access to sexual health care cannot be achieved without a finger ma cracy one that represents the will of the full stop period. And right how that is just not happening. Many people today have spoken about the voting restrictions that are harming and being put forward across our country state by state. [13:13:05] But guess what, in many of those same states, we are also seeing the past harsher and harsher abortion restrictions. And that's despite what the people want. That's despite the will of the people we know that there is a state in this country where banning abortion is possible. We know that eight in 10 Americans support access to safe and legal abortion and yet still they continue to attack our bodies and our rights. This my friends is not a coincidence. This is a part of a concerted effort by extreme politicians that cling on to power any means necessary. But guess what? We are not going to let that happen. [13:13:43] We know that we are sitting here in a crisis moment where something can change. Congress needs to use every lever at their disposal to pass laws that protect and advance our rights to vote and our rights to bodily autonomy. We Congress to step up right now and protect our voting rights by passing the John R. Lewis act, act now. We cannot let our team Senate rules be more important than our freedom the Senate has changed the rules before his Senate Republicans refused to protect our democracy, the majority to change the rule so that everyone has a freedom vote. [13:14:18] This is the moment that will determine their legacy. So we're not asking we are expecting a demanding action now. Because make no mistake though, we are in a crisis moment. If there's a silver lining about being in a crisis, it's that it's a moment of reckoning. It's a moment of transformation. It's a moment where greater change is possible moving forward than it was in the past. What an awesome opportunity for me and my friends, my family, my colleagues backstage what an awesome opportunity that we have to be a part of this change that has been generations in the making. So I have to say thank you to my little son, Isaiah. [13:14:55] Thank you to the alanda thank you to our families to our answer because you remind us to not only imagine that a better world is possible but to use all of our power to fight for that world today. So thank you, and I'm excited to get to work. >> Thank you, Kelly. Our next speaker is a fierce social justice warrior, defender of education rights, an unrelenting advocate for all students and communities of color and a value and respected voice in the education arena. I have the privilege of introducing Becky primo the president of the National Education Association Becky. [13:15:57] >> Good Afternoon, I stand here representing the 3 million members of this nation's largest labor union, the educators of the National Education Association our member chair one important goal ensuring that every student everyone has the access and opportunity and resources they need and deserve so they can boldly and completely live into their brilliance [13:16:37] for the members of the NEA. Standing up for every student means standing against any effort to dismantle the voting rights that Dr. King fought so hard to see you. I thank the king for you for bringing us here today. Speaker Pelosi representatives, baby and soul and so many others. who are leading this fight across this nation for refund and social and electoral justice that are deeply woven into Dr. King's legacy. [13:17:22] When COVID-19 began its spread across across our country almost two years ago. The deep inequities that have existed in this country for ever compounded and abortion impacted as educators, we already knew that the students who suffer from decadence the most are black, and brown. And Indigenous students are students who have been marginalized and underserved. [13:18:03] Our students from the very same communities where folks are being suppressed. My great grandfather was enslaved not far from here in Charlottesville, Virginia. It's almost impossible to comprehend that the progress we've made since then, is in jeopardy. But here we stand when 2022 that we actually set aside to honor the legacy of Dr. King, [13:18:49] calling on President Biden and vice president Harris to demand that the Senate do what's right. Do what it must to pass the freedom to vote and the John Lewis voting rights advancement acts. We will not allow Congress to set aside its responsibility to defend our democracy. Every eligible elephant must have that responsibility to cast their ballots safely and freely [13:19:35] and they must be able to do without harnessing politician. Sabotage, sabotage the results of our elections. I commit to you today that we will continue to stand against voter suppression deliberately are designed to silence our voices and to diminish the power of the American. We will work every single day grounded in Dr. King's teachings that every step towards the goal of justice. [13:20:24] We cry of sacrifice, and struggle. This is no time for apathy or complacency. This is the time for vigorous action. Our collective action is the only way we will create back just society for students and our families and our communities. Our children our babies are depending on us to be worthy of them. I have no doubt that to get. Thank you. Thank you. [13:21:21] >> the president that will have one of my sister friends Melanie Campbell, who was the president and CEO of the National Coalition on black civic participation. She recently celebrated 25 years of service with the National Coalition and has served as an advisor to the US president, congressional members corporate labor and non profit executives, philanthropist favors and many other on critical issues impacting black America, Melanie. [13:22:04] >> Good afternoon thank you thank you all for your leadership. You all fall into how you all are taking and really shining the light. This needed. I'm standing here today with my talk about this person to my right, my great nephew, Jeremiah, who's 10. And he decided he wanted to get involved in the movement. And so today we're supposed to walk and he said and so I do this. I can still do this. [13:22:50] And when I heard you talk everybody did something the other day to my spirit hear you talk about our young people, our children and remind ourselves of my left. Mrs. Core masters Berry, who's always hungry at First Lady of the District of Columbia and my mentor for the 25 plus years I've been here, close one of the baddest political strategist I know I stand with the mass and the concern with me. Because at the end of the day, it's like that we're in that case. The vote is the most powerful instrument ever devised by human beings for breaking down injustice [13:23:33] and destroying the terrible walls which imprison people because they are different from others. And there's something about that quote, resistance staying with the looping really. It's been a rough, rough road and listen to citizens about the other day made it that much harder as a part of a civil rights meeting. The civil civil rights organization leaders with sensitive the sentiment of the day [13:24:07] and sometimes it's not what you say it's kind of how you bring it. And so the lack of sincerity about what we were clearly pleading to understand the magnitude of the moment. And we know that this vote is attack on the vote goes much deeper as this political scientist geniuses to always remind us why we here and this connection to what's happening with all of our rights being under attack. Of course, it's not about it's really Yes, we have rights, but it's something was borrowed [13:24:50] because we have to continue to ask for this vote. To protect to be reauthorized shouldn't be but we're here. We're not gonna give up. Now we don't have clubs and the houses but it's countries that are placed at a breaking point. This issue is not just about black folks voting. This is about this democracy crumbling before our very eyes. [13:25:26] I come out from a place called middle Florida Caribbean heritage, more country whose hot home before I was even the 50s. That's where we're headed back to because an element of violence in this country is escalating. We have a former president who keeps pushing it. So the American people have to stand those of us who are activists and organizers are going to keep fighting. They keep pushing. But a year from now. If we don't get this together, we're not going to recognize this demonic attack homeboy writes the attack on reproductive rights. [13:26:11] Even critical race theory is all connected because it's about us versus them. And that we the We the People will keep fighting. We will keep marching. We will keep protesting until we win those senators I know that at least tell your Republicans in your spirit. You can do the right thing on over to the right side of history to the right side of history, [13:26:47] so that Jeremiah Yolonda in the children head on board will see America as good as his ideals will see an America that will let this young man know he can walk to St Maarten he can get a car and not get shot. It's all connected. It is about justice. It is about opportunity. It is about freedom. So let's get this done America. We can get it done and challenge your senators. To do the right thing. Thank you. [13:27:29] >> Thank you, Melanie before we bring to remind press that the King family will be available for interviews when we conclude if you decide to speak with them. Next we have mana Epting, who was the executive director of the move on and leads both move on action, which works at Advanced progressive policies and social change on move on political action, which works to elect candidates who are committed to standing up for an inclusive and progressive agenda Ronna. [13:28:13] >> Thank you Ashley. It is an honor to be here with you both today. All three of you, Martin, Andrea, Yolanda. As we honor the work and legacy of your father and grandfather, thank you for having all of us and for your leadership. On behalf of the move on community, millions of us all across this country who reside every congressional district, in every state in this nation on behalf of the millions of us that mobilized and organized to get out the vote in 2020, who overcame the threat of violence and the poll, fools who overcame and organized by a global pandemic, [13:28:57] who overcame an organized despite attempted mass attempts at voter suppression. On behalf of all of us I'm here to deliver a simple message the United States Senate history is watching. History is watching whether you will stand up and safeguard our democracy and a right to vote or whether you shamelessly and cowardly hide behind the filibuster that has been used throughout history to deny our civil rights and our voting rights to our people. [13:29:30] The choice today could not be more clear or more stark we can safeguard our democracy or we can have the filibuster but we cannot have every day that Senator cinema has Senator Manchin enable the Republican filibuster. This bill is another day our democracy and our freedom to vote is under attack every day that Senator cinema and Senator Manchin side with a republican party that has been hijacked by Maga enthusiast and conspiracy theorists, is another day the force is seeking to undermine our democracy get even stronger. [13:30:12] More than 400 Anti voter bills have been proposed at the state level 419 states have already past bills that will make it harder to vote and more are eagerly awaiting on the doorstep. The forces working to suppress our vote and undermine our democratic systems are acting with extreme urgency. These are the same forces that have stood behind some of America's greatest atrocities throughout history that we've talked about today. [13:30:51] These are the same forces behind as he spread the big lie and undermine the integrity of our election system. And these are the same forces that attacked our US Capitol on January 6. And I'm sad to say today's Republican Party. We hadn't announced them in fact, they have embraced these forces. [13:31:19] I wish that wasn't the case. But that is the moment we are in. So this is not a normal time. This is not just another vote. This is not politics as usual. It cannot and it must not be politics as usual for us and for the Democrats in the US Senate. Let's be real. Joining the Republicans in blocking this bill. Or joining with Republicans to seek compromise with the very forces seeking to destroy what we are working so hard to protect against does not protect the institution of the United States Senate. [13:31:52] It furthers erosion of the entire American experiment. So Senator Manchin and Senator cinema do not tell us you support this bill simultaneously joining with the force is trying to block it. Do not tell us Do not insult us by posting quotes from the man we are here today to honor Well, actively working to undermine his working with legacy. And most importantly, do not say the filibuster is some unbreakable rule and changing it will destroy the US Senate. That is a self serving bold faced lie and everyone knows it is a distortion of our history. [13:32:35] Just last month, Senator cinema Senator Mitch enjoyed every Democratic senator to change the filibuster to pass the debt ceiling. Last month, they did the very thing they are now saying they cannot do if it was good enough for the debt ceiling is sure good enough for our voting rights. History is watching. We are watching millions of us out there that worked so hard to win in this last election so that we could finally have this moment to safeguard our democracy and protect our right to vote. We are all watching today and every day. And as I said, we can either do the right thing and protect our democracy or we can have the filibuster, but we cannot both. Thank you. [13:33:26] >> Thank you, Ron. We're gonna hear now from Latasha Brown and Cliff All right, who are the co founders of black voters manner. They work to increase power and marginalize. predominantly black communities through voter registration. And outreach, Latasha and Cliff [13:34:00] >> I was so glad earlier way more than a third spoken talk about bipartisanship and some of the pitfalls and the contradictions that underlie the positions that certain senators as well as those in the media have about bipartisanship because at the end of the day, 1957 when Dr. King spoke, and said, Give us the ballot. He did not say that and asked but thinking that one day we'd be asked to give up that ballot. Sacrifice that ballot at the altar of bipartisanship, to give up our goals at the golden calf of bipartisanship. [13:34:34] That's not what he had in mind when he said give us the ballot. And so it's important that we talk about this today, especially today because on this day of all days, it's actually insulting that you got some folks that are asking us to accept a compromise this thing called the electoral count, as if that is voting right? But that's not what we've been asking for. Quite a little bit if LBJ Elizabeth Johnson, or the Khan consoliads came to Dr. King and said, You know what, that's okay. We're not as fast as this Voting Rights Act you asked me for, but here's what we got. After they finished keeping you from registering after they finished making take literacy tests after they finished closing your polling places after they finished having you found the jellybeans this is what we got for you were made sure that the counted [13:35:25] are both said they do after that is accurate. That's what we got for you instead of voting rights. That's what we're being asked to except today I'm deaf. And that is insulting to us, just as it would have been softened. But I'm not I'm not bitter about that. I'm not bad about that. Because this is what I know that we got two things that those who are asking us to give up our rights, those that are passing most personal courses cuz we got to things that that they're not ready for. We got two things we got to love. And we got to talk to can you talk about these two things that you've reminded us that we need both of these things together? Because power without love is reckless and abusive. [13:36:02] But love without power is sentimental. And anemic. And what we know what our history shows us is when we combine those two things, we can do some mighty mighty things. And so that's we're about to do y'all. We're about to continue despite regards to what some folks might say what some pundits might say. We are going to continue this process is not over until we say it's just like the Voting Rights ban when some of it wasn't over until we defined that it was over. so we're going to push on because what we know and I've had a word on my heart For this past week. What we know is that if we grown up weary in well doing that in due season we shall reap. [13:36:43] If we fail. And that's what I'm asking of our people. That's what I'm asking of those who believe in freedom. We sound at risk if we think now we can do some mighty body things. If we fail. We can do the same thing. That those folks in Montgomery, Alabama that topic a year long, but we think we can get a victory. If we faint not we could do the same thing. Those people are selling the Black Devils Alabama all across the country. We're not once not twice, but three times. They had to try to do a march to go from someone they made it there because then what they say that and so I'm here to tell you today that we are going to get the freedom vote in the John Lewis voting rights. because we are going to fake not we are going to push and in due season. we shall read. This is that season. Thank you. [13:37:37] >> We come by faith and we are and we are trusting trusted in his holy because he has never he's never oh I think that we also have to recognize a doctor T more than anything was a man of faith that [13:38:22] at the end of the day, we're talking about our strategy. We have to combine that with the spirit of movement with the people in the spirit of the rise. We can literally change and transform anything in this country. Let me tell you what spirit can do. There are only 600 people that actually has reached seven Alabama. They didn't have a lot of power data. Now politics on that side. They didn't have a political party representation that the Republicans or the Democrats and everybody told him and I don't have to give up. You need to stop that so much so that I can tell people around him Why We Can't Wait and come and remind you on this day. [13:39:03] In the spirit of the movement we have this day, right? And we're not going to turn around. We're actually going to transform this country to be what it deserve that we deserve. And we desire. I'm going to ask everybody just for a quick second, because I don't have long but I asked everybody just to close your eyes. On this day. Baldr eyes for a second on the ask you a question. My question to you is what would America look like without racism? I asked that question. Because that's the vision that I'm standing on. [13:39:42] And I believe in at the end of the day. Aren't we tired of the last? Aren't we tired of being divisive, are retired of a position of power. While the rest of the masses of us want something? Why do we want we all have children, we all education, we all healthcare. We all want to be treated with dignity and respect. And the spirit of the movement and in the spirit of the movement. When you combine that with strategy, you can't lose, as I want to remind you of who we are and who's we are in this moment. we can win you. [13:40:21] We can win. don't listen to what the pundits say. everything was pointing to including the president and it sucks. Yes, I persisted, right because when you recognize that there's a greater power here. I do believe that there is a level of decency and Republicans in this country and Democrats in this country, people identify themselves as a Green Party independent dare is enough of us to actually change the tack. I'm just asking you to stand up in this moment. Stand in integrity in this moment of truth, standing for the love of humanity. and I guarantee you, we can move on to transactional appeal [13:41:03] and we can track That's American America that is laid out in the Constitution. Thank you. We laid it on the Lord, and we will not come around. say a man. >> Okay, thank you. Let's cliff we can when our next speaker is joy Cheney. She is the executive director of the Washington bureau and Senior Vice President of Policy and Advocacy for the National Urban League. [13:41:36] The National Urban League is a historic Civil Rights and urban advocacy organization, with 90 affiliates serving 300 communities, providing direct service that impact and improve the lives for the 2 million people nationwide Joy. >> Protocol hadn't been established. I want to thank the Peking family and to the other organizers for inviting the National Urban League today. [13:42:15] My name is Joy Cheney and I'm the executive director of the Washington bureau at the National Urban League, and I couldn't be breeding on behalf of Mark boreal the president and CEO of the National Urban League, who is representing the Urban League movement and MLK Day events in New York today. He will be acting there what I'm asking you right now, which side are you on? Which side are you? The thinking portion of today's program is the same that the 91 affiliates of the National Urban League are asking the senators who represent them in more than 37 states and more than 300 communities. across this nation. [13:43:00] But because the National Urban League movement, who are young professionals and our guild members and every state in this union is the same question. We are asking all senators all 100 Republican democratic independent Progressive, Conservative and moderate, which which side is the same question The President asked in Atlanta this past week? The same question that some feels too hot, too divisive to accompany. [13:43:35] but in the powerful Canterbury democracy is the only question that really matters. Which side are you on? which side are you on? feels uncomfortable because the stakes are so high? Because the answer of which side you should be on is so clear. This isn't a minor matter upon which good people can disagree. With the question is, are you on the side of the right to vote for all Americans? Or are you on the side of those who would like that bite for political cynical and yes, racist reasons. [13:44:13] There is only one legitimate answer. You have to be for the right to vote, the rights upon which all other rights depend. We are a democracy that doesn't exist fully if everyone doesn't have equal access to the franchise. So where are we at? Which side are you on? We are asking if you're on the side of America and Americans. This isn't even about politics, and gamesmanship and I'm not here because I want one party or another to win. [13:44:47] It's more important than that. It's more fundamental than everyone can vote. If people aren't seen as being able to have their voices heard. We all lose in a democracy. I'm here because I want everyone to have easy and people access to the ballot box. To have the opportunity to be represented in the hall. in the halls of power, young people, old people, black people, Latino people, Asian people, people with disabilities, people in rural America, people in urban America vying for the hearts and minds of voters by about policy, but not about their very right to vote. Finding the right to vote in a democracy is fundamentally immoral. It is wrong [13:45:32] and it is some the word I don't like to use often but it is evil. And so when we ask what side are you on, Senators which side are you on? We are asking are you on the side of right next week, all senators not just to mansion in Kingston cinema, but I'm just appointed to more than so might not have worked in the Senate. We've met with both of them. [13:46:00] I'm disappointed. I'm frustrated, because they voted to Texas and it was for lesser matters, economic matters or matters, but not the most important matter before the right to vote. But it's not just about them. It's about Senator Mitch McConnell. It's about Senator Romney, Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins, and the more than a dozen others who previously supported voting rights, but who in this Trumpian era in the Republican Party, this era of insanity are declining to do so now. Maybe they're afraid. I don't know. [13:46:40] We only need Senator Manchin Senator cinema because Republicans refuse to stand up for what's right for what's democratic for West American. Even though the vast majority of Americans support voting rights in this country and the bills before them. But next week, everyone will have a chance to get right. The American people on the right side to get on the right side of right. [13:47:13] They will have a chance to vote for the freedom to vote for a standard of voting that ensures the right to vote and the integrity of our elections nationwide coast to coast everyone. So let's get around to the filibuster. And let's get on to the put into an up or down vote and let the majority decide. Are you for voting rights? Or are you not? And all of us in the National Urban League movement throughout the nation, all of us in this room and who can hear the sound of my voice throughout the span of history? Past, present and future including specially will be watching what you do? We speak with one voice and asking you which side are you on? Which side are you oh thank you joy. [13:48:15] >> Reverend the lives the appearance is an ordained minister and the Presbyterian Church. A teacher at Union Theological Seminary in New York City and co chair of the Ford People's Campaign, which is working for a moral revival that's necessary to save the heart and soul of our democracy. [13:48:53] >> Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebrated his last birthday, calling for immediate action to address racism, poverty, and militarism, drawing the connection between voting rights and economic injustice, building a poor people's campaign. Today, there is no other way to honor Reverend Dr. King than to protect and expand voting rights, abolish the filibuster, raise wages, expand health care and invest in our children and families. [13:49:32] Yolanda Renee king said to take action together. As Ashley said, my name is Reverend Dr. Liz Steele Harris. I'm the director of the Cairo Center and the co chair alongside the Reverend Dr. William de Barbara the second of the Poor People's Campaign, a national call from the poor and low income people moral leaders and activists of every age and race and religion and gender and geography in nearly every state have these yet to be united states. [13:50:07] As Reverend Dr. King said just months before he was shot down. There nothing wrong with a traffic law, which says that you have to stop for a red light. When a man is bleeding. The ambulance goes through those red lights at top speed. There is a fire raging for the war society. disinherited people all over the world are bleeding to death from deep social and economic wounds. [13:50:44] They need brigades of ambulance drivers who will have to ignore the red lights of the present system until the emergency assault with fewer voting rights today than people had more than 50 years ago despite people dying for those rights with a rolling coup taking place in state legislatures across the country. Working to diminish the power of a multiracial democracy rising up with 140 million people who are poor and low income in this the richest country in the world and a third of the nation's electorate, poor and low income. [13:51:22] The nation is in desperate need of ambulance drivers who are preparing to run through the red lights of the present system to protect voting rights to abolish the filibuster to invest in the infrastructure of our democracy and our daily lives. We must run through the red lights and close polling places and redistricting and all forms of oppression. We must run through the red lights of poverty and homelessness and low wages and unemployment and abandonment. In the midst of abundance. [13:52:02] The red lines of senators who would rather listen to their wealthy corporate donors than to the demands of the people. Yes, we as a people from the to the hauler from the Bronx to the border from the California coast to the Carolinas today on MLK Day, and every day are signing up to be ambulance drivers, readying ourselves to save the heart and soul of our democracy. [13:52:37] We're gonna push to pass voting rights established DC statehood and and the filibuster. But we will not stop there. We're going to litigate in the courts and push in the legislator and engage in moral direct action in the streets to defend this democracy to promote to save the earth to demilitarize our communities to confront Christian nationalism and to lift, lift, lift from the bottom so that everybody can rise and we'll be here in DC on June 18. For a poor people and low wage workers assembly a moral march on Washington and to the polls [13:53:19] as we continue to build power as poor and impacted leaders in states across this country have been saying our deadline is victory. Let's move forward together and not one step. [13:53:47] >> Our next speaker is remote Cruz who is the president of Sierra Club, the nation's largest grassroots environmental movement. Millions of members Mr. Cruz. >> Thank you very much for the invitation to be here. My name is Ron Cruz. I'm the president of the Sierra Club, the nation's oldest and largest environmental organization. And I'm honored to share a podium with King family tweeted Rosie and all their allies in our shared by justice. [13:54:29] On behalf of the millions of our members and supporters. We urge the Senate to honor Dr. King's legacy by protecting our democracy and the freedom to go there is no excuse for the Senate to delay passing the freedom to vote. John R. Lewis act even one more day. You may ask why there is an environmental organization here today. Well, we know that voting rights our environmental rights, or justice rights are human rights. [13:55:05] So, again, I know firsthand, our lack of democracy paves the way toward environmental destruction and negligence. When a major climate disaster, like Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico the former administration felt entitled to refuse our calls for help that we're so desperately needed. At Brian a political power is the first step to enter into environmental racism and to being disenfranchised and not accessing the resources necessary for a strong economic development, recovery and equality. [13:55:42] This is not what true democracy looks like. We need a robust representative democracy to ensure that our demands for clean, healthy environment and safety from the climate crisis are heard in the halls of power. ut timing again leader not gonna let everybody again party have exploited to block robberies and violent action, raising the minimum wage, and to stop Congress from protecting our most fundamental freedom, democracy, the freedom to vote. [13:56:24] Only way around this extreme obstruction is for Democrats to change the filibuster rule. All but two Democrats are committed to this. We now need Senator as mentioned and CMR to stand on the right side of history and do whatever it takes to preserve our right to vote. The choice in front of Senator is a simple one. How do you want to be remembered? Senator is going to choose to preserve the Jim Crow rally known as the filibuster or they can choose to preserve millions of Americans voting rights instead. They can not do both. [13:57:00] They can. So these Martin Luther King Day, we call it our senators to be on the right side of history and do whatever it takes to pass the freedom to vote on our Lewis Voting Rights Act is serving the American people are watching and will judge. [13:57:33] >> Next we have Stephanie young executive director of when we all vote, a national nonpartisan initiative on a mission to change the culture around voting and increase participation in democracy, Stephanie. >> Thank you, Ashley. And good afternoon as executive director of the whaleboat a nonpartisan organization launched by former First Lady Michelle Obama, and we are in a mission to change a culture around voting and to increase participation in each and every election. [13:58:12] Thank you to the King family for inviting them to vote to be a part of this moment. They could just Speaker Pelosi and a CBC church with baby and Representative Terry's leadership on Capitol Hill and all the partners here today. My late father, Bishop McKinley young Pastor Craig Bethel, a church just down the street from Auburn Avenue, which is or Ebenezer Baptist churches in Atlanta, Georgia, and he taught me that faith without works is dead. [13:58:40] I have faith in our democracy, but we have to work to keep it. From going out to Atlanta to apartheid Cape Town, South Africa, I learned that saving democracy has never been led by the people in power. It has been led by us the people and it starts in our communities. Today I stand representing Michelle Obama and the 500,000 people that we helped to get a certain turnout to vote in 2020. The 25,000 voters captains who volunteered and registered and turnout voters, PPI Caprice KNBC at Black Lives Matter Plaza and Addison and Ford, and those who stepped up coworkers doing their local elections, [13:59:19] and the hundreds and 1000s of supporters representing when we all vote to join our partners here to tell the Senate and particularly mansion and cinema and all who stand in the way of progress to pass the freedom to vote. Act. And the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, once and for all for the sake of our democracy. The American people do their part and they deserve a Senate who believes in democracy and leaders who protect them and their work for their best instead of their best interest. [13:59:50] Not to mention 83% of Americans support Federal Voting rights legislation. While the minority of the Senate has blocked or filibustered our programs. Let us release ourselves from the chains of the filibuster that block any progress. It has no basis in the competition and it has a racist and are very passed last Sunday when we published a full page ad in the New York Times joined by 31 organizations representing millions of Americans to pledge to recruit and train 100,000 volunteers registered more than million new voters organized at least 100,000 Americans to contact their senators for Federal Voting rights legislation more [14:00:28] Dr. King's words Raichur more now than ever, let us march on the ballot boxes until some how we will be able to develop that day when men will have food and material necessities for their bodies freedom and dignity for their spirits and education and culture for their mind. No matter what happens this is over. And when we all vote remains in the fight. November is coming and we're getting ready. We're committed not only to registering 1000s of people to vote, but to educate them about the importance of every elected office, from school boards to judges to governors and their secretaries of state So the Senate history has passed free to vote and the John loads Voting Rights Act once and for all. The fight continues. fine. Thank you. [14:01:16] >> Thank you, Stephanie. We'll now hear from TYFA Smith Butler, the president of Deimos, a dynamic think tank that powers the movement for adjust, inclusive and multiracial democracy. [14:01:43] >> Good afternoon. First I would like to give honor to the cake family and two decades legacy that lives on in the drum major Institute and in many of you, as it's been said, my name is Taifa Smith lover and I am pleased to represent the most a think tank that is focused on advancing and build a just inclusive multiracial democracy and economy. And we do that by centering racial equity, and the voices and the lives of black and brown people in this country who have been historically excluded [14:02:20] in the beige tradition that I'm in, I'm reminded of a song since Latasha has already signed today. Then running with Jesus a long time and I'm not tired yet. And we've been talking about voting rights a long time today. And I'm not tired yet. And as I stand here today near the end of this program to amplify and echo the need for us to not celebrate Dr. King's legacy, while states around this country legislate voter suppression in the form of these laws at least seen over the last year. [14:03:00] We cannot allow them to do this unchecked, unaccountable, unabashed, like this is normal. I mean, really what kind of gaslighting is going on here. We must stand firm as I come today from representing the movement leaders who fought to register and expand our electorate to motivate and energize people to not only show up at the polls, but believe that their civic duty and their power could make a difference. [13:03:33] When it did make a difference when Georgia showed up and elected our first black senator, our first Jewish Senator. Lawmakers in Georgia didn't choose to change the rules. They rewrite the rules to make it so that it's to provide food and water to people. They change the rules to make it so that there's less drop boxes and longer shorter hours. I should say. They're rewriting of rules and it is not about rules. It is about power and it is about control. [14:04:10] I decided today that we are here to demonstrate people. So it is not just Georgia you've heard all day today is Texas is Florida, where they are banning mailing ballots, unless are actually laws that ban mail and boundless unless voters specifically request one. Its laws in 19 states across this country that are chipping away at the very foundation of our democracy. [14:04:37] And it doesn't stop at the ballot box. We have to understand that these efforts to also undermine our ability to show up and protest and our freedom of voice is at risk. Our ability to teach our children the truth about American history is on the line. Today. Make no mistake, there is a coordinated systematic effort state by state to attack the fundamental right to vote today and that attack warrants immediate federal action. My Shiro Shirley Chisholm said, you don't make progress standing on the sidelines when calling and complaining [14:05:22] you make progress by implementing ideas. Well, we have an idea on the table today. idea that we must advance in defining moment in this country's history. And that idea is the freedom to vote Act and the John R. Lewis act, named after a man who spent nearly three decades of his remarkable life representing the people of Georgia here in Washington. It is the last great hope of our democracy. [14:05:55] The idea of national standards on automatic and same day voter registration, expanding vote by mail, baselines for early voting days, preventing partisan gerrymandering and so much more. These are the ideas that are sound and will strengthen our democracy, not restrict access to it. So Congress has a duty to defend the right to vote today to stand against these unlawful voter purchase to guard against the discriminatory state level anti voter laws and to do anything less is not decent. [14:06:34] I can think of no better way that Congress can honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Excuse me who call for justice, equality, and spoke about the fierce urgency of now than to act on these bills today. Tomorrow, this week now, and unless and until they do, we cannot back down. And we'll be talking about voting rights for a long time and we're not tired yet. Thank you. [14:07:10] >> Thank you to our last speaker on the program we'll hear from Virginia Kay Solomon, who has led the league of women voters since 2018. As the CEO of the League of Women Voters of Virginia builds upon her vision for an inclusive democracy, where every person in America has the ability and opportunity to participate and advocate for the issues that matter to them, Virginia. [14:07:52] >> Good afternoon. I know everyone's been here for some time. So thank you. I want to give a special thanks to the King family, for bringing us together and for sharing their father's legacy with us today. are gathered here as a community to pay tribute to a man who dedicated his life to service and justice for all. And it is in his footsteps. That the fight for voting rights continues. [14:08:26] We wish we didn't have to be here. Let's make it clear. We don't want to to be here today. But we must because we have a Senate that refuses to pass the bipartisan voting rights legislation and an absence of that bipartisanship. We have two senators who are refusing, refusing to remove the filibuster as a barrier to this legislation. [14:04:48] So now, we find ourselves in a historic moment that will define the future of America. Will we become an autocracy? We remain democracy So the second six out of 10 Americans believe that our accuracy is on the brink of us And there's good reason for that. [14:09:30] We have seen our capital attacks in an attempt to overturn a free and fair we've heard lies spewed in order to sow seeds of distrust in threats of harm to election workers. We've seen anti voter bills passed around the country that will limit the ability of voters to cast their ballots. And we've seen gerrymandered districts all throughout the country. Ensuring- ensuring that black and brown voters votes will not matter. [14:10:10] So these threats they are real to the future of America. These are fake. This is not imagined. But despite this despite all of these threats, we have hope. We have hope because we know that it is never never too late for these senators to change their minds. And we will do everything in our power to get them to do just that to change their minds. [14:10:45] Senators Manchin and Sinema there is no shame in changing their mind. Your mind. Superman had changed his mind. There's no reason why you can't and we know we are on the side of justice. We know we err on the side of morality and we know that we are on the side of democracy and so we ask you to join us and change your mind. [14:11:15] And that is why we take this day a day that honors the legacy of Dr. King and the freedom fighters who came before him not just a mark how far we come but to rally and to lift our voices to commit ourselves a new to the fight for democracy. And this includes the fight for DC statehood, which is a civil rights issue, which cannot be separated from the fight for democracy and voting rights. Congressman John Lewis, He said that democracy is not a state is an act. [14:11:49] And when we gather together as we have today, when we protest when we advocate when we load, we are performing the act of democracy in action. Do you want to know what democracy looks like? People here to actions and the deal that people engage in today. This is what democracy looks like. We are not a nation of the naysayers and the folks who came here today are not alarmist more, are we part of the Democratic Party? [14:12:29] To be activists here? We are a movement of believers and doers. We put ourselves on the front lines to build a perfect union for all so when our communities are pushed out of the voting process we fight when our seniors can't access the poll safely. We find that when communities are deliberately neglected or denied voting access and now we need the Senate to fight for us. [14:13:05] When we stand collectively in our power as we do today, we can create real change and progress that is long overdue. Despite isn't about today, it's been going on for some time, make no mistake. And that is why we are calling on the Senate to protect our sacred right to vote. They must deliver for our democracy [14:13:35] is about our future is about the future of our children and it will require and moral courage. And those in the Senate must do what's right, especially Senator Manchin. Be our superheroes and change your history will remember this moment and history will remember who allowed our democracy to collapse or who each must match which side they are and we hope we hope they choose Thank you all so very much. [14:14:35] >> Virginia, now for the person in the room we are going to question for the King family so they will join us on stage for a short question. MARTIN LUTHER KING III>> Happy to take questions if you stay who you are in a hurry to [14:15:25] Q>> If the Senate does not pass. What is your next step? What's the next step? MARTIN LUTHER KING III>> Well, today our focus is getting the nation galvanized and we'll have to see what happens. A lot has gone here and across the nation today. [14:16:00] And so we know this know what outcome is but what we know is our focus is today. Q>> Hello, Jimmy from the Associated Press. How can we galvanize people across the country for activism this week, if it doesn't pass tomorrow, what would your message be? [14:16:29] >> The question is well, we're gonna have to keep writing to our elected officials and keep planning spreading messages of awareness and educating people. Just because some, something doesn't get done exactly how we want it to doesn't mean that you have to keep on going and you have perseverance. And that's when the perseverance really comes in. And I think that's really a team skill to being an activist. [14:17:05] You have to learn how to persevere and keep on going and keep on going. So for young people who don't know what they're going to do if this bill does not pass well you have to keep going keep on doing what you're doing. many of my father's campaign, Were just month campaigns. they were they were quite long term. So I think it's so important that you have her two years And you have to use that as your guide you have to use that as your blueprint and to keep doing what you're doing [14:17:43] >> something extraordinarily powerful what she's saying. Which the other thing is in 1964 Dad went in to see President Johnson he told dad when Dad said we need a voting rights president and we are fresh out we have nothing we cannot do anythin for you. So when dad and his team were leaving the White House dad said to those who have him who has stopped here, what are we going to do now. We are fresh out. We have nothing, we cannot do anything for you. So when dad and his team were leaving the White House dad said to those who have him who has stopped here, what are we going to do now? Well, number one, we have to precipitate a non violent crisis so [14:18:17] that the Congress will have respond, of course, sell McCain. And therein was the opportunity for the President to sign the bill after Congress passed the bill. My only point is we just never know what is going to happen. I fought for years to get Confederate flags brought down specifically in South Carolina when I was president of SCLC. We boycotted and chose not to do our convention that year. Tragically, nine members of a church Mother Emanuel passed around and ping me who was the state senator in close to Governor Nikki Haley at the time, they would not remove that fat tragically aftermath people were killed. Flag was removed. [14:18:59] Just last year, I'm sorry to a year and a half ago now. Tragically, the death of George Floyd where we had demonstrations in every state in our nation and all over the world. all of a sudden the relics of Confederate generals have calmed down all across this nation and those rather well slavery all over the world. And my point is, we don't always know what is going to be the catalyst But what we know is, as my wife said earlier, we're not gonna give him we're not gonna give up, we're not gonna give out. 141933 Hi, Rachel Scott with ABC. Thank you so much for your time. Senator Manchin has released a statement today honoring your father in your grandfather's life. Senator Sinema has also put out a tweet. 141950 Do you think that goes far enough putting out a statement commemorating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King and what would your message be to each of them in these final hours ahead of that critical vote tomorrow? 142002 Martin Luther King Jr. III>> First of all, I would say that, you know, it's kind of frustrating for people to be releasing statements and you really have not totally adhered to my father's ideals. My father, not only gave his life but he fought for the right to vote, and he and others gave their lives. And again, Senator Manchin says he supports a deal but he won't move or is not so far moved on a pathway to say that there's a pathway for it. 142036 So my hope and my message to him would be, Senator you got to go further. You can't say I'm for something but don't have a pathway to it(?) and that's anybody who's talking about dad today, because I'm sure many senators also on the Republican side, who ought to be ashamed of themselves, who have shut down the process for voter expansion, voter protections. So that's the first thing I would say. [14:21:00] >> And I would ask them the same thing that I asked in my statements earlier. If in fact, they want to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. I would ask them to think about their own constituents. But I also asked them to think about Dr. King's granddaughter, Yolanda, who was born in 2008. In 2013, as I said earlier with the dismantle with the voting rights, act being dismantled, which was a cornerstone of her grandparents or grandfather's grandmother's legacy, and then last year with Georgia being one of the states that has a regressive and suppressive legislation, [14:21:43] and so I will ask them to think about tonight in these final hours and as they I would imagine that they will say their nightly prayers as many do before they go fall asleep tonight. And for them to really think about as they typed in or, or, or thought about the words of Martin Luther King jr. Is this the dream that Martin Luther King Jr. had for his granddaughter and for her peers for them in their 13 short years to have less voting rights. than the day that they were born. [14:22:35] >> Thank you. Again, we want to thank the King family also want to thank all the folks who helped plan this event. Particularly Stacia rose on the side. So much work goes to putting these efforts together. I want to thank all the speakers for joining us to mark today. MLK Day holiday for urgent call to action. As you heard today, tomorrow the US Senate will take on voting rights legislation, and they need to hear from you all right now. Call your senators and visit deliver for voting rights.com That is deliver for voting rights.com to find ways to take action to honor our civil rights giant Dr. King. Thank you, everyone. That concludes our program. [end]
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AP-APTN-2000: US Hung Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US Hung- REPLAY HBO's latest comedy series 'Hung' premieres LENGTH: 06:57 FIRST RUN: 0600 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: APTN/HBO STORY NUMBER: 610723 DATELINE: Los Angeles, 24 June 2009. LENGTH: 06:57 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: ALL SUBSCRIBERS PLEASE ENSURE THAT FILM CLIPS ARE CLEARED FOR MEDIA BROADCAST AND/OR INTERNET USE OR THAT THEY COME WITHIN THE PROMOTIONAL WINDOW FOR YOUR TERRITORY. CONTACT DETAILS, WHERE AVAILABLE, MAY BE FOUND AT THE END OF THE SCRIPT. SHOTLIST (including transcript):- AP Television Los Angeles, 24 June 2009 1. Wide exterior of the Paramount Theater on the studio lot 2. Medium of backdrop 3. Wide of arrivals 4. Fashion shot Thomas Jane 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Jane/Actor, on the synopsis: "It's about a guy trying to survive the times, you know? Here's a guy who's an all American guy. A relatively good looking guy, talented, baseball player, played a season for the Braves. Married his high school sweet heart, home coming queen, had a couple of kids, travelling around the country, he's got it made. This is America for God's sake." HBO 6. TV clip: "Hung" AP Television Los Angeles, 24 June 2009 7. Camera cutaway 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Jane/Actor: "He's trying to hang on, to what is left of his American dream. And that's a house, and his two kids. And there is a little house fire, he burns down half his damn house, he's living in a tent in the backyard, his kids can no longer sleep with him. So he ends up doing what any civilized American man would do, he starts selling his penis for money." 9. Camera cutaway 10. Fashion shot Ann Heche 11. Anne Heche speaks to reporter 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Anne Heche/Actor: "Jessica is a girl who, you know it's kind of little bit of the story of Jack and Diane, she is an American kid in Detroit, and fell in love with a boy named Ray and then they grew up. And then things weren't as wonderful as she thought they were and not as wonderful as she would continue to like them to be. So she lives a little in that bubble." HBO 13. TV clip: "Hung" AP Television Los Angeles, 24 June 2009 14. Jane Adams poses for photographers 15. Jane Adams speaks to reporter 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Jane Adams/Actor: (Reporter: "High five, very empowering.") Jane: "Oh good, good, it is empowering. It's empowering. It's a little empowering. I'm selling his ass. Selling his ass." (Reporter: "Is it going for a pretty penny?") Jane: "It's going to go for a pretty penny, we hope." HBO 17. TV clip: "Hung" AP Television Los Angeles, 24 June 2009 18. Jane Adams speaks to reporter 19. SOUNDBITE (English) Jane Adams/Actor: (Reporter: "Do we see anything?) Jane: "I see it all the time." (Reporter: "And?") Jane: "It's awesome. What a great job I have. What a great job. Thomas Jane in the bathtub, Thomas Jane in the, my mock apartment running around naked. He loves to be naked." 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Jane/Actor: "I am my own stunt cock. I am my own stunt cock. Fortunately things look bigger on film. Things look bigger on film, that's all I got to say." 21. Rhea Perlman speaks to reporter 22. SOUNDBITE (English) Rhea Perlman/Actor: "I guess he didn't have to, I wonder did he have to audition that way? (Laughs) Because how do we know? Oh my God. I never thought of that. Poor dude, I don't know, oh geez. (Laughs.)" 23. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Jane/Actor: (Reporter: "What in the world did the audition consist of for this role?") Thomas: "I don't know, I'd say it was a little bit of type casting. But I try to avoid it, but in this business it just keeps getting harder and harder...I don't know." HBO 24. TV clip: "Hung" AP Television Los Angeles, 24 June 2009 25. Charlie Saxton and Sianoa Smit-Mc-Phee pose for photographers 26. Charlie Saxton speaks to reporter 27. SOUNDBITE (English) Charlie Saxton/Actor: "But it is definitely laid back, and a totally fun atmosphere, but getting the work done but also you're on a show about a guy with a big penis sop. (Laughs) You kind of have to have fun and be light hearted about it all in way." 28. Sianoa Smit-Mc-Phee speaks to reporter 29. SOUNDBITE (English) Sianoa Smit-Mc-Phee/Actor: "You want me to describe it? I don't know if I can. This is hung, 'Hung', that is what hung is. Everyone knows what it is." 30. SOUNDBITE (English) Jane Adams/Actor: "The next big thing. That is what we just figured out what hung is. It's the next big thing." 31. Cast photo "HUNG" PREMIERES IN L.A. HBO celebrated the premiere of its latest addition to the line-up, "Hung" on Wednesday (24JUN09) in Los Angeles. The offbeat comedy is about a well-endowed schoolteacher-come-escort named Ray Drecker. "It's about a guy trying to survive the times, you know?" said the show's star Thomas Jane. "Here's a guy who's an all American guy. A relatively good looking guy, talented, baseball player, played a season for the Braves. Married his high school sweet heart, home coming queen, had a couple of kids, travelling around the country, he's got it made. This is America for God's sake." As the economy gets tougher and tougher to survive, the underpaid teacher decides to supplement his income by capitalizing on his generous physical gift. With the help of a former-acquaintance-turned-pimp, Tanya (Jane Adams), Ray attempts to earn extra cash. "It's a little empowering. I'm selling his ass. Selling his ass," jokes Jane Adams. "It's going to go for a pretty penny, we hope." The extra money helps to counter the financial drains caused by his divorce from his ex-wife (Anne Heche), the needs of his teenaged twins, a lapsed fire-insurance policy, and a stubborn inability to take control of his life. "Jessica is a girl who, you know it's kind of little bit of the story of Jack and Diane, she is an American kid in Detroit, and fell in love with a boy named Ray and then they grew up," explained Heche. "And then things weren't as wonderful as she thought they were and not as wonderful as she would continue to like them to be. So she lives a little in that bubble." For those living in caves, "Hung" does not refer to anyone's last name. It's a description of Drecker's sole useful asset. Because, you know, he's hung. It leaves one to wonder what the audition process was like for Thomas Jane. Quick to admit to the process, Thomas Jane shows no shame. "I don't know, I'd say it was a little bit of type casting," smirks Jane. "But I try to avoid it, but in this business it just keeps getting harder and harder...I don't know." "Hung" debuts on HBO, Sunday, June 28. APTN APEX 06-25-09 1624EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: US My Sisters Keeper Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US My Sisters Keeper- REPLAY Cameron Diaz, Abigail Breslin attend premiere of new film LENGTH: 06:07 FIRST RUN: 0600 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP, New Line Cinema STORY NUMBER: 610722 DATELINE: New York, 24 June 2009 LENGTH: 06:07 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: ALL SUBSCRIBERS PLEASE ENSURE THAT FILM CLIPS ARE CLEARED FOR MEDIA BROADCAST AND/OR INTERNET USE OR THAT THEY COME WITHIN THE PROMOTIONAL WINDOW FOR YOUR TERRITORY. CONTACT DETAILS, WHERE AVAILABLE, MAY BE FOUND AT THE END OF THE SCRIPT. CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: FOOTAGE CONTAINS FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY SHOTLIST (including transcript):- AP Television New York, 24 June 2009 1. Wide shot, pan left from street to Loews Theater 2. Zoom out from poster to Cameron Diaz on red carpet 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Cameron Diaz, Actress: "I didn't really think twice about if it was a mother role. I didn't worry whether it was something believable or that I hadn't played it before. It was something that I really enjoyed. I though the script was really well done and if I was ever going to do a film like this, with this subject matter I would want to do it with Nick Cassavetes because I knew that he wouldn't make it overly sentimental, he would be honest and straight forward." New Line Cinema 4. Clip trailer: 'My Sister's Keeper' AP Television New York, 24 June 2009 5. Wide shot, Cameron Diaz speaks to reporters 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Cameron Diaz, Actress (on how the role affected her emotionally): "It does take its toll on you. But that's what we do, you know? It's like how policemen go into a crime scene or a fireman comes out of a fire, you know? It's just sort of what we do emotionally. And it's hard to explain how you equip yourself with that because everybody does it differently. But we had a lot of great support. We all have our families and we all have each other and we laughed a lot whilst we were on the film. It's one of those things that you don't think we would but we actually did laugh a lot." New Line Cinema 7. Clip trailer: 'My Sister's Keeper' AP Television New York, 24 June 2009 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Cameron Diaz, Actress (on working with teen actors): "I was amazed at how courageous they were, you know? Sophia shaved her head and her eyebrows at fifteen, you know. That's a really formidable time when kids really have their identity with their hair. That's who they are. And she just did it. She had hair down to here. And Abigail was just sort of fearless in everything. She's a warrior. They're just both very powerful, wonderful girls and I really felt honoured that I got to work with them in this capacity." 9. Pan up, Abigail Breslin speaks to reporters 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Abigail Breslin, Actress: "My grandpa died of cancer, so you know, I know that anybody in my family would have given anything to make him feel better and that's sort of what's going on in this family too." New Line Cinema 11. Clip film: 'My Sister's Keeper' AP Television New York, 24 June 2009 12. Medium shot, Abigail Breslin speaks to reporters 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Abigail Breslin, Actress (on how she prepared for the role): "Well you know I read the script and there was a girl on set, Nicole, and she was a technical supervisor and technical consultant. And she went through leukaemia and she's great. She's a really cool person and she's like my hero." 14. Medium shot, Sofia Vassilieva poses on the red carpet 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Sofia Vassilieva, Actress (on shaving her head): "It was such a great team to support me through and I remember when I was shaving my head, Nick was there. Nick Cassavetes, our incredible director. Nicole Schultz who's a girl who was actually our support. She's gone through cancer and she knows all the steps. She was there and we chanted fuzzy wuzzy was a bear, fuzzy wuzzy had no hair and I shaved some of it off. So it was fuelled with energy but of course it was scary up until then. The eyebrows were the worst. Hair can be a fashion statement, but your eyebrows, that automatically labels you with an illness." New Line Cinema 16. Clip trailer: 'My Sister's Keeper' AP Television New York, 24 June 2009 17. Wide shot, pan from Sofia Vassilieva to Cameron Diaz 18. SOUNDBITE (English) Sofia Vassilieva, Actress (on Cameron Diaz): "She's a gem. She's precious. She's one of those people that you come by so rarely in life that meeting them and being able to work with them is a dream because they're so supportive and so strong and so welcoming and they fuel you with energy and strength and to be able to work with Cameron and be a team with her made us all stronger." New Line Cinema 19. Clip film: 'My Sister's Keeper' AP Television New York, 24 June 2009 20. Pan up, Thomas Dekker and Sofia Vassilieva pose on red carpet 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Dekker, Actor (on creating on-screen chemistry): "The first day that we were shooting together is when we met. We'd had no time previous. And Sophia and I are both people who don't really open up to anybody. We're kind of?and so there was no chemistry there. Shot this really short thing fortunately so it didn't really matter. The Nick asked me to take her out for the night and we just went out for like four hours and laughed and really opened up to each other and from that point on we didn't even really have to build the chemistry. It was just there." New Line Cinema 22. Clip film: 'My Sister's Keeper' DIAZ TAKES ON NEW ROLE IN "MY SISTER'S KEEPER" Hollywood superstar Cameron Diaz admits she didn't think twice about becoming a mom - in her latest film that is. "I didn't worry whether it was something believable or that I hadn't played it before," she says. "It was something that I really enjoyed." And though she's not a real-life mother, Diaz plays the bulldog matriarch Sara in director Nick Cassavetes' latest drama, 'My Sister's Keeper.' The film premiered Wednesday (24 June) in New York City. Based on the Jodi Picoult best-seller, the film focuses on the Fitzgerald family, and the drastic decision they made in medically engineering a child (Abigail Breslin) as a perfect genetic match to help save the life of their older daughter Kate (Sofia Vassilieva), who has leukaemia. Diaz says working on such a heart-wrenching movie takes its toll on the actors. "It does take its toll on you. But that's what we do, you know? It's like how policemen go into a crime scene or a fireman comes out of a fire, you know? It's just sort of what we do emotionally," she says. In the film little Anna provides blood, bone marrow, whatever Kate needs. She does it because she loves her sister, and because it's all she'd ever known. Now at 11, with Kate needing a kidney, Anna says no for the first time - and beyond that, she files a lawsuit seeking medical emancipation from her parents to keep them from making further decisions about her body. Diaz says she was "amazed" how courageous her young co-stars were during filming: "Sophia shaved her head and her eyebrows at fifteen, you know. That's a really formidable time when kids really have their identity with their hair. That's who they are. And she just did it. She had hair down to here. And Abigail was just sort of fearless in everything. She's a warrior." Vassilieva admits that shaving her head was a scary prospect at first, but credits her colleagues for helping her through. "It was such a great team to support me through and I remember when I was shaving my head Nick was there. Nick Cassavetes, our incredible director. Nicole Schultz who's a girl who was actually our support. She's gone through cancer and she knows all the steps. She was there and we chanted fuzzy wuzzy was a bear, fuzzy wuzzy had no hair and I shaved some of it off. So it was fuelled with energy but of course it was scary up until then. The eyebrows were the worst. Hair can be a fashion statement, but your eyebrows, that automatically labels you with an illness," says the star of TV's "Medium." Breslin says she was able to draw on real life experience for the role. "My grandpa died of cancer, so you know, I know that anybody in my family would have given anything to make him feel better and that's sort of what's going on in this family too," she says. In the film Kate shares her first love with a fellow cancer patient, played by Thomas Dekker ("Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles"). Dekker says portraying their romance was a challenge at first. "The first day that we were shooting together is when we met," explains Dekker. "We'd had no time previous. And Sophia and I are both people who don't really open up to anybody. We're kind of?and so there was no chemistry there. Shot this really short thing fortunately so it didn't really matter. Then Nick asked me to take her out for the night and we just went out for like four hours and laughed and really opened up to each other and from that point on we didn't even really have to build the chemistry. It was just there." "My Sister's Keeper" opens in US and UK theaters 26 June 2009. Other release dates include: Iceland 8 July 2009 Greece 9 July 2009 Australia 30 July 2009 New Zealand 30 July 2009 Russia 13 August 2009 Ukraine 13 August 2009 Taiwan 14 August 2009 Romania 21 August 2009 Czech Republic 27 August 2009 Germany 27 August 2009 Netherlands 27 August 2009 Bulgaria 28 August 2009 Italy 4 September 2009 Norway 4 September 2009 France 9 September 2009 Portugal 17 September 2009 Belgium 23 September 2009 Brazil 25 September 2009 Sweden 25 September 2009 Finland 4 December 2009 APTN APEX 06-25-09 1625EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: FILE Michael Jackson Obit Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:FILE Michael Jackson Obit- REPLAY Michael Jackson dies in an LA hospital at age 50 LENGTH: 02:26 FIRST RUN: Flash RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP, Pool STORY NUMBER: 610840 DATELINE: Various LENGTH: 02:26 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: ALL SUBSCRIBERS PLEASE ENSURE THAT FILM CLIPS ARE CLEARED FOR MEDIA BROADCAST AND/OR INTERNET USE OR THAT THEY COME WITHIN THE PROMOTIONAL WINDOW FOR YOUR TERRITORY. CONTACT DETAILS, WHERE AVAILABLE, MAY BE FOUND AT THE END OF THE SCRIPT. CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: COMMERCIAL MUSIC, MUSIC VIDEO AND OR PERFORMANCES, MUST BE CLEARED ACCORDING TO YOUR OWN LOCAL MUSIC PERFORMANCE AND COPYRIGHT AGREEMENTS WITH YOUR APPLICABLE COLLECTING SOCIETY. DETAILS OF THE TRACKS, WHERE AVAILABLE, MAY BE FOUND AT THE END OF THE SCRIPT.YOU HAVE EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR USE OF ALL AND ANY CONTENT INCLUDED WITHIN THE SERVICE, AND FOR LIBEL, PRIVACY, COMPLIANCE AND THIRD PARTY RIGHTS APPLICABLE TO THEIR TERRITORY. SHOTLIST: AP Television Japan, 4 March 2007 1. FILE: Med shot, Michael Jackson greeted by fans in Japan 2. FILE: Med shot, Michael Jackson in Japan 3. FILE: Med shot, Michael Jackson in Japan AP Television Santa Maria, CA, 28 February 2005 4. Michael Jackson waves to fans at Santa Maria Courthouse during child molestation trial AP Television Santa Maria, CA, 10 March 2005 5. Michael Jackson arrives at courthouse with pajamas on during child molestation case 6. Michael Jackson enters courthouse AP Television Santa Maria, CA, March 2005 7. Michael Jackson at Santa Maria, CA courthouse AP Television Santa Maria, CA, March 2005 8. Michael Jackson at Santa Maria, CA courthouse AP Television Recent 11. Med shot of Michael Jackson Pool London, 5 March 2009 12. 6. Various of Jackson on stage 13. Crowd cheering 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Jackson, pop star: "I just want to say that these, these will be my final show performances in London. This will be it, and when is say this it really means this is it because (laughs)." 15. Pan of crowd 16. Various of Jackson on stage 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Jackson, pop star: "I'll be performing the songs my fans want to hear. This is it, I mean this is really it, this is the final, this is the final curtain call. OK, and I'll see you in July, and..." 18. Wide of Jackson on stage TITLE Script CLEARANCE DETAILS APTN APEX 06-25-09 2024EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: US Jackson controversary Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US Jackson controversary- NEW A look at the controversary behind Jackson's life LENGTH: 03:41 FIRST RUN: 0000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television STORY NUMBER: 610843 DATELINE: New York, 25 June 2009 LENGTH: 03:41 SHOTLIST(including transcript):- Associated Press Television - File Dateline Unknown 1. Medium shot, Michael Jackson Associated Press Television New York, 25 June 2009 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Alicia Quarles, Entertainment Editor, Associated Press: "Michael Jackson's legacy is obviously going to be his great musical impact, but it's alos going to be the fact that his life was shrouded in a lot of controversy." AP Images Encino, California 1972 3. Michael Jackson at age 13 AP Images Location unknown, July 1984 4. Michael Jackson's father, Joe Jackson Associated Press Television New York, 25 June 2009 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Alicia Quarles, Entertainment Editor, Associated Press: "Michael Jackson's childhood was controversial. His father was the one who put together the Jackson Five and if you watch biographies about their lives and read books about their lives, he was the one that really drove the family and he was that one that in fact made the brothers and sisters kind of alienate the family when they got older." Associated Press Television - File Japan, 4 March 2007 6. Various shots of Michael Jackson greeted by fans in Japan AP Images Encino, California 1972 7. Michael Jackson at age 13 Associated Press Television New York, 25 June 2009 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Alicia Quarles, Entertainment Editor, Associated Press: "America feel in love with Michael Jackson as a cute, little brown-skinned bow with a huge afro and a cute smile. As a man he looked like a different person. He had almost white skin, very different nose, long straight hair. Despite that transformation, Michael Jackson claimed that he didn't have a lot of plastic surgery." AP Images Dateline unknown 9. Various headshots of Michael Jackson through the years Associated Press Television New York, 25 June 2009 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Alicia Quarles, Entertainment Editor, Associated Press: "One of Michael Jackson's most shocking moments was definitely his marriage to Lisa Marie Presley, Elvis Presley's daughter. People could not believe that these two are together. She after they divorced went on Oprah and said that she actually loved Michael Jackson. It just didn't work out." AP Images New York, 8 Sept., 1994 11. Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley at the MTV Music Video Awards 12. Michael Jackson kisses Lisa Marie Presley at the MTV Music Video Awards Associated Press Television New York, 25 June 2009 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Alicia Quarles, Entertainment Editor, Associated Press: "Michael Jackson never denied the fact that he loved children. He had a couple kids of his own, but his own career had a lot of controversy over the fact that he was confused but never convicted of molestation a couple of times." Associated Press Television - File Santa Maria, CA, 10 March 2005 14. Michael Jackson arrives at courthouse with pajamas on during child molestation case 15. Michael Jackson enters courthouse Associated Press Television New York, 25 June 2009 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Alicia Quarles, Entertainment Editor, Associated Press: "Speaking of children you cannot forget that famous video of Michael Jackson dangling his baby over the edge of a hotel in Europe. Now he says that he didn't think it was controversial. He just wanted his fans to see his baby. Child advocacy groups said it was downright dangerous." AP Images Berlin, Germany, 21 November 2002 17. Michael Jackson holds his daughter as he stands near his hotel balcony Associated Press Television New York, 25 June 2009 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Alicia Quarles, Entertainment Editor, Associated Press: "It's interesting that Michael Jackson started off his career so successfully. He of course had all this controversy, this mystery surrounding him. But it seemed that his life was on an upturn. He was slated to start a tour. He had recently given a press conference. So his death is just shocking to his fans and the media world alike." Pool London, 5 March 2009 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Jackson, pop star: "I just want to say that these, these will be my final show performances in London. This will be it, and when is say this it really means this is it because (laughs)." 18. Pan of crowd 19. Various of Jackson on stage MICHAEL JACKSON DIES IN LA HOSPITAL; KING OF POP WAS 50 A source says that Michael Jackson, the sensationally gifted child star who rose to become the "King of Pop" and the biggest celebrity in the world only to fall from his throne in a freakish series of scandals, has died at age 50. A person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press that Jackson died Thursday in a Los Angeles hospital. The person was not authorized to speak publicly and requested anonymity. The circumstances of his death were not immediately clear. Capt. Steve Ruda told the Los Angeles Times that Jackson was not breathing when Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics responded to a call at his Los Angeles home about 12:30 p.m. local time (1930 GMT). Jackson's death brought a tragic end to a long, bizarre, sometimes farcical decline from his peak in the 1980s. APTN APEX 06-25-09 2028EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: US Fawcett Reax Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US Fawcett Reax- REPLAY Fans react to Fawcett's death at her star on Walk of Fame LENGTH: 02:04 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television STORY NUMBER: 610827 DATELINE: Los Angeles, 25 June 2009 LENGTH: 02:04 SHOTLIST (including transcript):- AP Television Los Angeles, 25 June 2009 1. Close-up of Farrah Fawcett's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with flowers 2. Close-up from another angle of Fawcett's star 3. Close-up of a flower and note left by a fan on the star 4. Close-up of the TV symbol on her star 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox-Pop: "Well, I actually garner a lot of strength from her, because I'm a liver cancer sufferer. I mean, I just got it now, but you know. And I once met Kate, I worked for her once. I don't know, I have this bond with them and they don't even know me. 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox-Pop "Well, I just saw her love for other people. That she cared enough to do this in her pain, to maybe help someone else and just what a compassionate person she was. It was really touching. I cried a lot." 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox-Pop: "Oh, she had nice hair, yeah, lovely hair. Yeah, and she was always the tall, sophisticated looking in 'Charlie's Angels.'" 8. Medium shot of worker placing traditional wreath from Hollywood Historic Trust on the star 9. Close-up of ribbon on wreath: "Farrah Fawcett" 10. Close-up of card on wreath, "With Deepest Sympathy / The Hollywood Historic Trust" FANS REMEMBER FARRAH FAWCETT Just a couple hours after news broke that actress Farrah Fawcett passed away following a three-year battle with cancer, fans began to place flowers on her Hollywood Walk of Fame star. The biggest bouquet came from The Hollywood Historic Trust, which maintains the Walk of Fame. Fans paying their respects at her star remembered her for her fight against cancer, her compassion, and of course, her hair. "I actually garner a lot of strength from her, because I'm a liver cancer sufferer," said one. "And I once met Kate (Jackson), I worked for her once. I don't know, I have this bond with them and they don't even know me." "I just saw her love for other people," said another, "what a compassionate person she was." "She had nice hair, yeah, lovely hair," said another fan. "She was always the tall, sophisticated looking in 'Charlie's Angels.'" Fawcett burst on the scene in 1976 as one-third of the crime-fighting trio in TV's "Charlie's Angels." A poster of her in a clingy swimsuit sold in the millions. Her full, layered hairstyle became all the rage, with girls and women across America adopting the look. She left the show after one season and turned to more serious roles in the 1980s and 1990s, winning praise and an Emmy nomination for playing an abused wife in the TV film "The Burning Bed." She was diagnosed with anal cancer in 2006. As she underwent treatment, she enlisted the help of longtime beau Ryan O'Neal, who is the father of her now 24-year-old son, Redmond. APTN APEX 06-25-09 2029EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: OBIT Farrah Fawcett Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:OBIT Farrah Fawcett- REPLAY Ryan O'Neal reacts to Fawcett's death + Fawcett b-roll LENGTH: 03:34 FIRST RUN: 1800 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP, Sony STORY NUMBER: 610823 DATELINE: File LENGTH: 03:34 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment - News access only CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: For Hollywood.tv footage, NO TMZ, NO ACCESS HOLLYWOOD, NO EXTRA, NO INSIDE EDITION. Also, please keep logo on screen and verbally mention HOLLYWOOD DOT TV when possible - www.Hollywood.tv Hollywood.tv Los Angeles, 25 June 2009 1. Ryan O'Neal walking to car, talking to reporter: "Farrah's gone." AP Television FILE: Los Angeles, 6 July 2005 2. Farrah Fawcett poses for photographers 3. Photographers cutaway 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Farrah Fawcett/Actor: "Well, I was called for jury duty, and . . . not on Monday, not on Tuesday, not on Wednesday, you know . . . It's interesting to learn the process of the law and the country that I live in. Uh, but somebody was saying to me, 'Could you have gotten out of it?' and I was listening to the judge, 'The country that gives you so much asks very little.' You pay taxes, but you have to give back. I mean, you can't just be silent and say, 'Oh, I don't like how things are going? Why did this happen?' So, if our guys are over there, you know, then the least we can do is do our part here." 5. Photographers cutaway 6. (Reporter: "So, are you done for the day?") SOUNDBITE (English) Fawcett: "No, no, no no, I'm going in. In fact, the judge might be waiting on me. That might not be good." AP Television FILE: Miami - 29 August 2004 7. Tilt up Farrah Fawcett 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Farah Fawcett: "Because I think for a while, either the country or the younger generation, were filled with apathy, you know, and I think that I would rather see you either extreme one way or the other than just be apathetic and so, you need to. It's almost like they were asleep for a while, things were too easy so now, you know, be conscious, yeah you have a say so let's vote. Take some responsibility." AP Images Miami - 29 August 2004 9. Farrah Fawcett arrives for the MTV Video Music Awards AP Images Pasadena, Calif. - 26 July 1999 10. Farrah Fawcett appears to ponder a question during a news conference Monday, July 26, 1999, before the Television Critics Association AP Images Hollywood, Calif - 23 February 1995 11. Farrah Fawcett poses during ceremonies honoring her with the 2,044th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame AP Images New York - 5 March 1989 12. Ryan O'Neal, Farrah Fawcett, Robert Downey Jr., Cybill Shepherd and Mary Stuart Masterson are shown together at the premiere of the motion picture production "Chances Are" AP Images Los Angeles - 13 August 2006 13. Farrah Fawcett posing for photographers on the red carpet before Comedy Centrals "Roast of William Shatner" 14. Fashion shot of Farrah Fawcett posing for photographers on the red carpet before Comedy Central event AP Images Los Angeles - 27 August 2006 15. Kate Jackson, Farrah Fawcett and Jaclyn Smith, left to right, former stars of the television series "Charlie's Angels,' pay tribute to producer Aaron Spelling during the 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards AP Images Los Angeles - September 1984 16. Farrah Fawcett smiles during an interview AP Images New York - 8 August 1979 17. Farrah Fawcett-Majors appears on NBC's "Today" show AP Images Los Angeles - 3 April 1978 18. Farrah Fawcett-Majors arrives at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion for the 50th Annual Academy Awards presentations AP Images New York - 14 November 1977 19. Shirley MacLaine and Farrah Fawcett-Majors AP Images Mission Viejo, Calif. - 4 April 1977 20. Farrah Fawcett at celebrity tennis match in a television taping of "Challenge of the Network Stars" AP Images Mission Viejo, Calif. - 4 April 1977 21. Farrah Fawcett at celebrity tennis match in a television taping of "Challenge of the Network Stars" Sony Pictures Home Entertainment - News access only 22. Clip - 'Charlies Angels' FARRAH FAWCETT DIES AT 62 Farrah Fawcett, whose luxurious tresses and blinding smile helped redefine sex appeal in the 1970s as one of TV's "Charlie's Angels," died Thursday after battling cancer. She was 62. The pop icon, who in the 1980s set aside the fantasy girl image to tackle serious roles, died Thursday shortly before 9:30 a.m. PDT in a Santa Monica hospital, spokesman Paul Bloch said. She burst on the scene in 1976 as one-third of the crime-fighting trio in TV's "Charlie's Angels." A poster of her in a clingy swimsuit sold in the millions. She left the show after one season but had a flop on the big screen with "Somebody Killed Her Husband." She turned to more serious roles in the 1980s and 1990s, winning praise playing an abused wife in "The Burning Bed." She had been diagnosed with anal cancer in 2006. As she underwent treatment, she enlisted the help of actor Ryan O'Neal, who had been her longtime companion and was the father of her son, Redmond, born in 1985. This month, O'Neal said he asked Fawcett to marry him and she agreed. They would wed "as soon as she can say yes," he said. Her struggle with painful treatments and dispiriting setbacks was recorded in the television documentary "Farrah's Story." Fawcett sought cures in Germany as well as the United States, battling the disease with iron determination even as her body weakened. "Her big message to people is don't give up, no matter what they say to you, keep fighting," her friend Alana Stewart said. NBC estimated the May 15, 2009, broadcast drew nearly 9 million viewers. In the documentary, Fawcett was seen shaving off most of her trademark locks before chemotherapy could claim them. Toward the end, she's seen huddled in bed, barely responding to a visit from her son. Fawcett, Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith comprised the original "Angels," the sexy, police-trained trio of martial arts experts who took their assignments from a rich, mysterious boss named Charlie (John Forsythe, who was never seen on camera but whose distinctive voice was heard on speaker phone.) The program debuted in September 1976, the height of what some critics derisively referred to as television's "jiggle show" era, and it gave each of the actresses ample opportunity to show off their figures as they disguised themselves in bathing suits and as hookers and strippers to solve crimes. Backed by a clever publicity campaign, Fawcett - then billed as Farrah Fawcett-Majors because of her marriage to "Six Million Dollar Man" star Lee Majors - quickly became the most popular Angel of all. Her face helped sell T-shirts, lunch boxes, shampoo, wigs and even a novelty plumbing device called Farrah's faucet. Her flowing blond hair, pearly white smile and trim, shapely body made her a favorite with male viewers in particular. A poster of her in a dampened red swimsuit sold millions of copies and became a ubiquitous wall decoration in teenagers' rooms. Thus the public and the show's producer, Spelling-Goldberg, were shocked when she announced after the series' first season that she was leaving television's No. 5-rated series to star in feature films. (Cheryl Ladd became the new "Angel" on the series.) But the movies turned out to be a platform where Fawcett was never able to duplicate her TV success. Her first star vehicle, the comedy-mystery "Somebody Killed Her Husband," flopped and Hollywood cynics cracked that it should have been titled "Somebody Killed Her Career." The actress had also been in line to star in "Foul Play" for Columbia Pictures. But the studio opted for Goldie Hawn instead. "Spelling-Goldberg warned all the studios that that they would be sued for damages if they employed me," Fawcett told The Associated Press in 1979. "The studios wouldn't touch me." She finally reached an agreement to appear in three episodes of "Charlie's Angels" a season, an experience she called "painful." She returned to making movies, including the futuristic thriller "Logan's Run," the comedy-thriller "Sunburn" and the strange sci-fi tale "Saturn 3," but none clicked with the public. Fawcett fared better with television movies such as "Murder in Texas," "Poor Little Rich Girl" and especially as an abused wife in 1984's "The Burning Bed." The last earned her an Emmy nomination and the long-denied admission from critics that she really could act. As further proof of her acting credentials, Fawcett appeared off-Broadway in "Extremities" as a woman who is raped in her own home. She repeated the role in the 1986 film version. Not content to continue playing victims, she switched type. She played a murderous mother in the 1989 true-crime story "Small Sacrifices" and a tough lawyer on the trail of a thief in 1992's "Criminal Behavior." She also starred in biographies of Nazi-hunter Beate Klarsfeld and photographer Margaret Bourke-White. "I felt that I was doing a disservice to ourselves by portraying only women as victims," she commented in a 1992 interview. In 1995, at age 50, Fawcett posed partly nude for Playboy magazine. The following year, she starred in a Playboy video, "All of Me," in which she was equally unclothed while she sculpted and painted. She told an interviewer she considered the experience "a renaissance," adding, "I no longer feel ... restrictions emotionally, artistically, creatively or in my everyday life. I don't feel those borders anymore." Fawcett's most unfortunate career moment may have been a 1997 appearance on David Letterman's show, when her disjointed, rambling answers led many to speculate that she was on drugs. She denied that, blaming her strange behavior on questionable advice from her mother to be playful and have a good time. In September 2006, Fawcett, who at 59 still maintained a strict regimen of tennis and paddleball, began to feel strangely exhausted. She underwent two weeks of tests and was told the devastating news: She had anal cancer. O'Neal, with whom she had a 17-year relationship, again became her constant companion, escorting her to the hospital for chemotherapy. "She's so strong," the actor told a reporter. "I love her. I love her all over again." She struggled to maintain her privacy, but a UCLA Medical Center employee pleaded guilty in late 2008 to violating federal medical privacy law for commercial purposes for selling records of Fawcett and other celebrities to the National Enquirer. "It's much easier to go through something and deal with it without being under a microscope," she told the Los Angeles Times in an interview in which she also revealed that she helped set up a sting that led to the hospital worker's arrest. Her decision to tell her own story through the NBC documentary was meant as an inspiration to others, friends said. The segments showing her cancer treatment, including a trip to Germany for procedures there, were originally shot for a personal, family record, they said. And although weak, she continued to show flashes of grit and good humor in the documentary. "I do not want to die of this disease. So I say to God, `It is seriously time for a miracle,"' she said at one point. Born Feb. 2, 1947, in Corpus Christi, Texas, she was named Mary Farrah Leni Fawcett by her mother, who said she added the Farrah because it sounded good with Fawcett. She was less than a month old when she underwent surgery to remove a digestive tract tumor with which she was born. After attending Roman Catholic grade school and W.B. Ray High School, Fawcett enrolled at the University of Texas at Austin. Fellow students voted her one of the 10 most beautiful people on the campus and her photos were eventually spotted by movie publicist David Mirisch, who suggested she pursue a film career. After overcoming her parents' objections, she agreed. Soon she was appearing in such TV shows as "That Girl," "The Flying Nun," "I Dream of Jeannie" and "The Partridge Family." Majors became both her boyfriend and her adviser on career matters, and they married in 1973. She dropped his last name from hers after they divorced in 1982. By then she had already begun her long relationship with O'Neal. The couple never married. Both Redmond and Ryan O'Neal have grappled with drug and legal problems in recent years. APTN APEX 06-25-09 2030EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: US Jackson reax Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US Jackson reax- NEW New York fans react to Jackson's death LENGTH: 01:41 FIRST RUN: 0000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television STORY NUMBER: 610844 DATELINE: New York, 25 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:41 SHOTLIST(including transcript):- AP Television New York, 25 June 2009 1. SOUNDBITE (English) Hugh Porter/Michael Jackson Fan "Very, very sad. Very, very sad. He's like an Idol to everyone to all the people in this world, you know? All over the country, all over the world. He's like an Idol to everybody. Kids look up to him. Old people. You know. Very sad. I really, I really feel bad. I feel like crying myself." 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Era Kessaris/Michael Jackson Fan "I was hoping that maybe he'd come to New York too. I would've paid anything to see him. (Reporter: What's his legacy?) I just think his music, his videos, his talent just speaks for itself. That's all I can really say right now. I'm really upset about it. Thanks, sorry." 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Stefanie C. O'Conner/Michael Jackson Fan "I think he was a great artist before he went down a path that basically put him into a position of becoming something other than talented. That people looked at him more as a freak show than at his talent." 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Dan McDermott/Michael Jackson Fan "distrought when I heard that. I cried. He's my lifelong Idol. I thought he was immortal. I thought he'd never die and he died. That stuff doesn't happen, you know?' 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Lisa Pearson/Michael Jackson Fan "I saw him at Madison Square Garden when I was 12, 13 years old. He was, I guess the same age. I was a big teeny bopper. A Jackson Five fan and that's really tragic. Really tragic." 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Abritto El/Michael Jackson Fan "Sad for him. I know his family's probably hurt. He was like the best thing out the whole Jackson Five." FANS REACT TO JACKSON DEATH Fans in New York City are mourning the death of Michael Jackson. Outside of Penn Station, people reacted to the news of the singer's passing from a heart attack at age 50. "Very sad. I really, I really feel bad. I feel like crying myself," said Hugh Porter. Some expressed regret they would never get to see him in concert: "I was hoping that maybe he'd come to New York too. I would've paid anything to see him." The circumstances of his death were not immediately clear. Jackson was not breathing when Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics responded to a call at his Los Angeles home about 12:30 p.m., Capt. Steve Ruda told the Los Angeles Times. The paramedics performed CPR and took him to UCLA Medical Center, Ruda told the newspaper. Michael Jackson is survived by three children. APTN APEX 06-25-09 2031EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: US Jackson Auction Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US Jackson Auction- NEW A look at Jackson's finances LENGTH: 03:47 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: See script STORY NUMBER: 610855 DATELINE: See script LENGTH: 03:47 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: ALL SUBSCRIBERS PLEASE ENSURE THAT FILM CLIPS ARE CLEARED FOR MEDIA BROADCAST AND/OR INTERNET USE OR THAT THEY COME WITHIN THE PROMOTIONAL WINDOW FOR YOUR TERRITORY. CONTACT DETAILS, WHERE AVAILABLE, MAY BE FOUND BELOW. CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: COMMERCIAL MUSIC, MUSIC VIDEO AND OR PERFORMANCES, MUST BE CLEARED ACCORDING TO YOUR OWN LOCAL MUSIC PERFORMANCE AND COPYRIGHT AGREEMENTS WITH YOUR APPLICABLE COLLECTING SOCIETY. DETAILS OF THE TRACKS, WHERE AVAILABLE, MAY BE FOUND BELOW. YOU HAVE EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR USE OF ALL AND ANY CONTENT INCLUDED WITHIN THE SERVICE, AND FOR LIBEL, PRIVACY, COMPLIANCE AND THIRD PARTY RIGHTS APPLICABLE TO THEIR TERRITORY. SHOTLIST(including transcript):- Pool London, 5 March 2009 1. Michael Jackson walks out of van 2. Michael Jackson on stage 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Jackson/Recording Artist "This is it." 4. Cheering crowd *** NOTE NO AUDIO *** AP Television File 5. Various of Jackson at Neverland Associated Press Television New York City, 24 March 2009 6. Wide shot of Times Square, pan to Hard Rock Caf? marquee Associated Press Television 2005 Santa Barbara, Calif. 7. Various file of Michael Jackson during trial Associated Press Television New York City, 24 March 2009 8. Tilt up of poster for Michael Jackson memorabilia auction 9. Wide shot of jackets 10. Medium shot of belt, crown, and jewels on table 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Martin Nolan/Julien's Auctions "All of this stuff came from Michael Jackson and from his land, Neverland in the Santa Innes Valley in Santa Barbara, California." 12. Medium shot of glove on table 13. Close up of glove 14. Tilt up on jacket 15. Close up on jacket 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Martin Nolan/Julien's Auctions "On this table here you can see this amazing jacket from the Victory tour. A truly heavy jacket with the epilates and the sash. Michael was also known for the sash. 17. Tilt up on king's robe 18. Wide shot of media in display room 19. Tight shot of Guernsey's sign on exterior 20. Wide pan of Jackson Five memorabilia 21. Tight shot pull out to Michael Jackson's black fedora 22. Medium tilt down of replica of Hollywood star, fedoras and other memorabilia 23. Tight shot of handwritten lyrics to "ABC" written by Tito Jackson 24. Tight pan of "ABC" lyrics written by Tito Jackson 25. Tight shot of Michael Jackson's black crested jacket 26. Close up of monogram on Michael Jackson's jacket 27. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Arlan Ettinger, President, Guernsey's: "Michael Jackson's beautifully embroidered jacket, just as the red jacket over there is Michael's, as was this when he was a member of the Jackson Five; we have pictures of him wearing it." AP Television Santa Maria, Ca, 28 Feb 2005 28. Various of Jackson going into court MICHAEL JACKSON HAD HIS SHARE OF FINANCIAL WOES Michael Jackson's death brought a tragic end to a long, bizarre, sometimes farcical decline from his peak in the 1980s, when he was popular music's premier all-around performer. He had the biggest selling record of all time, successful concert tours, and made savvy business decisions. But Jackson lived a lavish lifestyle that eventually caught up with him later in his career. The 50-year-old singer died Thursday (25 JUNE) of cardiac arrest. A major catalyst to the singer's lifestyle came from the mounting legal costs after acquired after being acquitted of child molestation in California in 2005. He has struggled to pay his debts, and was forced to give up the deed to his Neverland ranch. Last April, he went to court to halt the sale of 2,000 items taken from Neverland by Julien's Auctions. Martin Nolan from Julien's Auctions. "All of this stuff came from Michael Jackson and from his land, Neverland in the Santa Innes Valley in Santa Barbara, California." Some of these items were on display at the Hard Rock Caf? in New York City's Times Square. Among the items are a silver and white silk jacket worn during the Victory tour, his 1984 American Music Awards for "Thriller," and "Beat It," and a variety of capes, crowns, belts, and jewel-encrusted accessories. That auction was stopped at the last minute. In 2007, Jackson settled with another auction company after a warehouse full of his memorabilia at a failed storage facility was put on the block. Items included his signature black fedora, Tito Jackson's handwritten lyrics to the hit "ABC," Michael Jackson's black crested jacket and other awards. His 1982 album "Thriller" - which included the blockbuster hits "Beat It," "Billie Jean" and "Thriller" - remains the biggest-selling album of all time, with more than 26 million copies. Jackson also owned most the Beatles song catalog in a venture with Sony records. Jackson was set to play 50 concerts in London this summer. CLEARANCE DETAILS APTN APEX 06-25-09 2150EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM -------------------
CORY BOOKER CHARLESTON SC TOWN HALL ABC UNI 2020
TVU 8 CORY BOOKER CHARLESTON SC TOWN HALL ABC UNI 080519 2020 >>if you were president,given what we witnessed, Just this year alone, How would you addressed those victims and their family members? The people avail pass of the people of Dayton, How would you address them differently today? 174750 So First of all, just let me say thank you.This is one of those times where you don't want to be alone, and wants to fellowship. And for me to come all the way from New Jersey and land here. I've been on the road actually, since Detroit. I haven't been home to my own bed. But coming to South Carolina to be his father who grew up right over the border in Hendersonville, North Carolina, For me to be back in the state that I've been coming to since I was knee high little (?) . 174820 This means a lot to me to be able to sit through fellowship with a lot of folks.And had a (? ) I got through this guy who asked me in his last election to be his stunt double and if I put some glasses (inaudible). I might have to appear to places at once. It's helped people understand we are not the same guy. This means alot to me. And you all will allow me to take a little bit around the bed to get to answer this question. I want to answer this question this way, because folks got to know ultimately what I'm about. 174850 The 2020 elections doesn't stand for the year, it stands for the number of people running in 2020. And there are a lot of us good people, (dear God?), some of my best friends in politics are running in this race. I got, you know, people I call my sister like Kamala and Kirsten. I got some my brothers, Brother Castro and I have been- heck we were- (?) we graduated from the same college. But I know we got- we're trying to dice and slice our differences and policy but I want you all to know, in general, we all have a lot of the same values and the same policy ideas I want you to know, what makes me unique and (?) what goes to the question here. 174929 I literally am standing here because of moments like this. Moral moments in our country where people have a choice to make, to surrender to cynicism to give in to the divisiveness or to make a difference. In 1969, 50 years ago this summer, my parents were trying to move from the south to New Jersey. And and and they were denied housing because of the color of their skin in the best neighbors with the best public schools. And in that time of peril, they actually found this incredible coalition, mostly white folks with whites and blacks who got together and said, 175001 "We will not surrender to the way things are." They understood that every moment of your life you have a choice to make is to accept things as they are or take responsibility for changing them. And so this group of (?) didn't wait for president and didn't wait for a Senator. They got to work. I call it a conspiracy of love. Because they hatched a plot. My parents would go look at a house and they will be told it was sold and a volunteer white couple of come right after them and find out the house was still for sale. 175029 And the house that I grew up in, they put- my parents told was sold, the white couple was told it still for sale, they put a bid on the house, the bid was accepted papers are drawn up. And on the day of the closing the white couple didn't show up. My father (?) a volunteer employer. And he in this white man walked in solidarity and confirmed the real estate agent was so upset that he been caught. He didn't(?). He stands up and punches my dad's (lawyer) in the face. And then he sics the dog after my dad. And Let me tell you as I was growing up in that beautiful home, every time my dad would tell the story, the dog would get bigger. 175102 That's who we are. That's the story of America. We didn't wait for politicians or presidents. We made the change. You think we have civil rights because Strom Thurmond got up one day and said, "I see the light"? No, artists of activism that got it done. I am here because of that struggle, I am here because of that spirit. 175132 And What did I do when I got all my degrees? My father's like, "boy you got degrees from Stanford, Rhodes Scholarship from Oxford, Yale university, boy you got more degrees in the month of July but you ain't hot." Boy life is not about the degrees you get. It's about the service you give. I moved to the inner city of Newark, New Jersey where I've lived with more than two decades now. When I got there was one of the most violent communities in the nation. gunshots in my neighborhood. On a regular basis, Shahad Smith killed (?) on my block Last year. 175205 I tried in vain to be to stop a teenage boy from bleeding to death as I tried to hold the guts together.What is going to solve this crisis as we had other more moments, is not waiting on a president. It is for us as a people not to accept this and demand for our politicians do something different. You want to know when I said to the nation Today? Number one, I wouldn't use the tired tropes that I've heard before that somehow Video games are making our kids at this kind of stuff. 175238 Other nations have video games, other nations have mental health. Other nations have all the same issues as us. What makes us different is we are the one country- the only country that comes close is Yemen where there's a war right now where we have such easy access to guns. They literally have terrorist organizations outside of our country (to fund?) Go to America, anyone can buy a gun. Leaders take responsibility. They don't point fingers or blame. Leaders accept responsibility. 175311 They don't try to blame something else. Leaders are accountable for their actions when they sow seeds of hate. When they speak demeaning and degrading things, when they I learned in my church reap what you sow. He talked about infestation. He talked about invasion, the very words that that hate mongering man used in his manifesto in El Paso. I tell you right now, this election is not a referendum on one guy in one office. It is a referendum on who we are and who we must be to each other. 175343 now more than ever, it is a time where we needed this country, a revival of civic grace, A more courageous empathy for one another. And we need love. Patriotism is love of country and you cannot love your country unless you love your fellow countrymen and women. And love, love is not a song. It is not sentiment. Love is sacrifice. Love is a struggle. Love says that if your family doesn't have great top School, My family is lesser off. 175413 If your family is in terror of being shot and your neighborhood is not safe. It rips up the fabric of my community as well. That we are all in this together that injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. This was a day we should have had a president who took responsibility, who told the truth. And who began to call this nation back to be a place of activism. unrelenting, indefatigable love. >>We were back there talking to be the man. Busy primary with so many candidates in the race. I'm The last debate. I think most political pundits have a plan. That you several breakout moments in the meeting, call you, Victor of the debate. course with most debates in the aftermath of the debate, You have a lot of people who engage in analysis, and many have suggested that you and others. For lack of better words critique The Obama record when it came to deportation or immigration and also healthcare. How do you address those opinions? And if you had some time to reflect on the merits of the arguments? 175608 Well, let me just say, God, I miss Obama. I miss Obama and I miss her husband too. Michelle (inaudible). Look, I've heard a lot, you know everybody who was sitting on on the pundit chairs and prognostication and and what happened. 175638 The most consequential president we've had in generations has been President Barack Obama. And I've known him, he was my friend before he was my president. And he would be the first person to step here and say, I had a great presidency, we advanced on so many fronts, from environmental front to healthcare fronts to even as a partner in criminal justice efforts, But he would also tell you, it wasn't perfect. And then there is things to learn from this administration that we can do better. So I hear a lot of folks talking, but right now we have to focus on what's important. 175710 That's why that debate, I must have said two or three times, But let's not be, you know, letting people tear us apart, pit us against each other. Let's keep focusing, as I said, on the person we've got to beat. And I think the leader, at least for me, the leader that I want to emerge. And if it's not me, every presidential candidate, please ask them all this, they should pledge 1,000%. And if they are not the nominee, they we will fall line and support whoever it is. 175740 I want the person who's going to emerge, they can unite the entire Democratic Party, They can excite and energize us and we are an aspirational party of inclusion. I want that to be the person I'm not stopping there. This is not the (?) department. I think we made a mistake as party when we define ourselves by what we're against, and not what we are for. I think we made a mistake as a party this we got hold on for a second, where we talk about to say, Hey, we're a party about being the Republicans, that's that's not a party to me. 175809 We need to be the party about uniting Americans because we need a new American majority. And that's not a partisan majority. We used to have American majorities on both sides of the aisle where we agreed to big stuff. The Eisenhower Highway act. This state needs a Marshall Plan for South Carolina.It really does. We need to have a multi trillion dollar investment in infrastructure. That's a big thing. You can't get done one party, we need to deal with the gun issue. I hate to tell you this, that is not going to be done only in a democratic way. 175840 We need Republicans have good faith join us. And they say past generations did big things. We're at the 50th anniversary of President points of the moon and saying it's not just a dream, but a destination. And so the next president, I hear you I hear I see the Polls. Everybody said the number one thing I want from a different candidate is just beat Donald Trump. And I said people folks Hold on.Stop. We got to have bigger ambitions than that.We need Donald Trump as the floor, it is not the ceiling. 175909 We got Trump down in the valley, we got to get to the mountain top. So, (I dont care if we have ?) candidate for president, I'm going to be speaking every place I go about more common cause or common value. We got a lot of common pain. But we got to get back to a sense of common purpose. We've got to start feeling in our country repairing the fabric, pulling us together, because right now, There are other countries plotting our demise. And we got a president who won't even admit it. 175939 The Russians are trying to undermine our democracy. This is-, let me tell you somethin', I'm not going to get into trouble by telling you what was in some of the intelligence briefings I got. Let me tell you what the Russians trying to do. And what their game plan is. It is to try and make us hate each other. They're literally designing psychographic techniques online, box (in a?) light to try to make us hate each other. Not only between the two parties, they are even trying to make us hate each other within this party. And so to me, the combat, the leader, the spirit that we elevate this election is a movement election, 180008 The person that can best energize, ignite and unite not just the democratic spirit of that American spirit again. Those values I talked about in my opening of grace, and stability, and decency, when we see each other as who we are, in truth, which each other's hold each other's bond, each other's magnitude, And then we stand together as Americans, our history is replete with a testimony to achievements that other people thought weren't impossible When we do come together and show that strength. >>we got a great moderator. And the top of the hour, Give her some direction. Let me recognize the fight for 15 we want to make sure they can ask a question.Let's give her around of applause. [applause] [inaudible] >>I Come on, a little differentthan that. Alright. So for this thing, what we want to do you understand that, so to speak, is for you to get your question in and we're asking that you do your question in 30 seconds. If not Max's one at that point?we're going to move on to the next question and we're going to cut you off. So for the sake of, solidarity and have the opportunity to get the questions in and have the opportunity for them to be able to answer the questions. Okay. Sounds good. Okay, so our first question >> I live here in North Charleston and work in development. when I go to all of these political events, I hear politicians who are trying to advocate for education, use the phrase "failing schools." And so every time I get the opportunity to talk to a politician, Ask and beg that you will stop using that phrase, because it is not the schools that are failing. We are the ones that are failing the schools. When you walk into the so called failing schools, you're going to see them as passionate teachers, you're going to see kids doing more learning things and some of our best schools. And so I'm just asking for a Terminator. Question. Yeah, What y'all support that initiative? 180336 I'm going to try to go- (?) five questions, but there's a lot more people lined up so Im going to go really quickly.So , I think I'm one of the only people to raise- maybe Michael Bennett and that actually took on the system of a school system that was failing our children's genius, and not for the lack of trying (trouble?), but I stepped up and we were able to transform our school system in Newark. And the first thing we did, first thing we did was increase teacher's salary. 160405 And with a lot of reforms, it is now has risen Jersey school system, the number one school system in all of America,(?) schools, high poverty, high performance, There is no community, no district, no zip code, no school that can produce excellence, if we support that. And We also want to put everything on the schools and the teachers, right? We all know teachers that have incredible student debt, but yet they still reach in their pockets to pay for things that their children need. And they often come to school without the nutrition or the material necessary things necessary. 180435 So we need to do more than that. We need to raise teacher salaries, yes. But we need to begin to start focusing on the issues of poverty in our country, we need to start focusing on the issues with prenatal care. And these are focusing on affordable childcare, paid family leave all of these things that other countries are now doing to make sure that by the time their children get to kindergarten, their kids are far more ready to learn then our children are because we're neglecting the most important investments we can make in during the time where 80% of brain development is done from the second and third trimester, the third or fourth year. 180507 I'm going to start talking about education, not K through 12. But from pregnancy or from childbirth, all the way to career is the way we need to start talking about. [applause] >Thank you for your question. Thank you, sir. > Hello, Senator Booker. My name is Keith, An ACLU rights voter. As you may know, the ACLU is hosting a nonpartisan rights for all precedential forum in September. Do you commit to participating in this forum? 180539 I can't make that commitment to you now sir. I don't even know my september schedule. I just know this. But I can bump into my presidential candidate friends, we're being torn in 16 different directions because so many people are having their forum. As a guy who's a partner of the ACLU, who work (?) everything from policing or issues to court reform is perhaps the preeminent leader on criminal justice reform issues in the United States said, I will do everything I can because I honor the work and the practices of the ACLU. >> Thank you, Senator. 180609 That was powerfully kind of you.That was really nice of you. I don't know if you all saw that. I thought that was really nice. I love that. >> Senator Booker, here. Well, I hope that you could do something for the seniors here in South Carolina, and also for the house problem and problem here you have in South Carolina. It's really bad. 180641 So can I ask you a question quickly? Unless you are not done. Sorry. I want to talk to you about housing and seniors but do anything else? >>That's it. I want to say one thing. You cleaned up New Jersey. I lived in Jersey City for 40 years. I remember when he was talking about what's going on. I know I heard. You cleaned up Newark, you can do it south carolina. 180726 Alright, (I want to do a speed round?) because I want to get through as many of these as possible. Four things senior citizens should know about me. Number one, Social Security doesn't go far enough. There are too many people living in poverty. Don't believe the lie coming from any republicans. It is not secure. No. So Street taxes are regressive taxes.You make $70,000 a year, you pay a much higher percentage of your salaries and taxes and then someone who makes a million dollars a year. The way to make the Social Security solvent, is to lift the cap on wealthier individuals. [applause] 180756 (inaudible) We're going to lift the cap and we're going to expand the benefits to people like the lower income for struggling on the poverty line. Number two, we have a system of aging that is so unfair. This is what we do to people. I know this is my mom went through this because she was a caregiver to my dad with dementia. those caregivers do incredible work. We don't honor that as work in this country. If You are a home caregiver to a spouse, or a special needs child, Under my presidency, we will give you a massive tax break to make sure that you can claim a refundable tax credit just like the earned income tax credit to give you more resources. 180835 Number three, some people- just give me a Amen or uh huh if you know what I'm talking about. We have a system in our country right now, that says if you are getting old and want to qualify for Medicaid, you have to leave all of your life savings into poverty just to qualify. Can I get an amen? Hey, how cool that is, you've worked all your life to create some savings. And we're telling you now you have to go into poverty to qualify. 180901 we're going to stop it from my presidency by raising the amount of income cap and the savings capital people can still hold on to some of their life savings and pass them onto their family if that's what they want to do. And we're going to stop the prejudice against people who want to age at home and begin to create a system that allows that empowers people to do that. The last thing I wanted to say on housing, and this is just a this is a big issue up in my area neck of the woods in the northeast or(as man who became?) famous of that area. Because this campaign slogan was something simple just simply this, the rent is too damn hot. 180933 I want to tell you right now, I have a big- I hope you all go to Corybooker.com, because as the guy who started his career in newark, is Housing Rights Advocate. This is something I know backwards and forwards. And one of the ways to deal with that is where people paying more than a third of their income in rent. We're going to give a refundable rent credit just by the earned income tax credit to help people make up that that difference. Okay? >> As president, what is the first thing you would do to stop the rise of drug prices? 181010 That is an excellent question. This is one of the most sick things going on in our country, that you have pharmaceutical companies that are profiteering off the people pain. And this is the thing that should tick everybody here off. Our taxpayers paid for a lot of research. It's used to develop these drugs. And then these drug companies turn around and charge in our country 5,10, a 100 times more for that same drug, and they charge in other countries, from Russia, to Germany to England. That will stop under my leadership, 181040 three things we're going to do to drive down drugs, I actually have more than that. But just for the sake of online, the three quick things we're going to do. Number one, if you raise the price of your drug in our country, higher than our peers, I am taking away your patent and allowing generic drugs to come. The common sense thing of allowing to have use their Medicaid and Medicare buying power to negotiate down prices. 181109 And the third one is I wrote this bill with senators Casey and Senator Sanders that says, hey, we should have a safety valve, that you should be able to import drugs from other countries, Canada and other safe nations. I wrote this bill to allow people to say, Hey, you know what, if the costs are too high here, and I've seen this, I actually through the first debate in Florida, One of my staff members had a cut, and they pulled out a drug that costs, something like $50 here, they had gotten just came back from France and bought it over the counter for $1. We're going to make sure (we know?) the safety valve to safely import drugs as well. [applause] We are going to(inaudible) solve(inaudible). Are we making good time? >>We also have to regulate your response rate.[laughter] So we can get through as many as we can, 181210 I'm going to keep going. We're going to pretend like I'm on the debate stage and (?)happens over here (?). [laughter] Alright, Go ahead. Go ahead. >>Thank you President Booker. I work with services organization that serves asylum seekers in detention centers in the south, particularly now and counting in North Carolina, here in Charleston, South Carolina. You've been in recent days, a vocal critic of President Trump's encouragement and violence against the immigrant community with the infrastructure of immigrant violence is growing every day. As we scale up our detention centers, we expand the powers of the DHS and expand surveillance against immigrants and regular Americans. What Do you think you can do as President you can do a senator to start dismantling the infrastructure of violence? 181256 So Remember, Donald Trump started this problem was executive actions, we need a comprehensive bipartisan criminal justice reform bill. But if Donald Trump can cause this problem putting children in cages, making nursing moms asleep on the concrete floor, he can do these things. Then I can correct them as as president of the United States through executive action. And so there's a lot of things we are doing that are actually making us less safe, violating people's human rights. And by the way, costing us a lot more money than if we just did the system, right. 181325 And so for having main system on the water, they really work on making sure people are not a direct war country having process and by the way, the President Obama showed us. Your models of case management and have 100% compliance with our judicial system. And then don't necessitate putting people in cages. But even more than that, for I know you know this North Carolina, We know this New Jersey, I sat with him with a with a group of immigration activists in Nevada who told me about a little girl was afraid to call the police about assault, because an American citizen, because her undocumented parents have to come and pick her up. 181402 We are making our community so less safe because of 287G, which, you know, which is this idea that we deputize police departments to do the work of immigration officials, which ends up having immigrant afraid to even report crimes to the police. That actually makes all of us less safe and so I'm a former chief executive for mayor of a city, I believe in common sense, and the best way you can do common sense is by empowering community, he's tearing it apart, I will make sure that we have the common sense things that repair the fabric that make all of us more safe. >>I am a schoolteacher in Charleston, and I am curious as to what your views are on privatization, our public system -----*has been gutted, both federally, and here in Charleston right now. 181451 Well you have a problem with this kind of corporate (?) greed and states where Republicans are in control. They do everything from attacking unions all the way to try to privatize and dismantle public education. I just came out of Michigan, as I said, that's the last territory. Now we see their their charter law and way they wrote their charter law is accountable schools, they're doing awful things in creating environments where children are not succeeding. And I seen the same thing here in South Carolina. 181520 And So we have, we have got to stop this. We went from a nation in my father's generation having the most the highest performing public schools on the planet Earth not, not even the top 10. So much of that is because of this assault on public education. And so as President of the United States, I'm going to stop it in some creative ways. Not only are we going to try to fully fund special education, driving more money into our public schools, elevating the teaching profession by getting effective pay salaries. And the way we're going to do that is to our tax system to make sure that hedge fund operators right now pay less of a percentage of their income in taxes than teachers do. 181556 So I'm going to make sure the tax code reflects for values. But we're going to do more to this. We're going to go after the states like this. They're trying to resegregate schools, by privatizing them and attacking public education. There are federal laws that are not being complied with, when it comes to giving them quality education to all kids not just not effectively discriminate against low income kids or minority kids or what have you. And So I'm going to be very aggressive on education, because it's a national security issue. 181625 In a global knowledge based society, the strength of a nation is dependent upon what they do with their most valuable resource. It's no longer oil, gas, or coal, or some people may want you to believe is the genius of our children. (And there as?) many geniuses born in low income inner cities like mine or in rural areas, as there are in Beverly Hills, whatever area, that is our precious, greatest natural resource,and I will be the president that elevates public education to succeed for our children. >>I'd like to go back to gun issue for a moment. We all do our jobs out here you will have a democratically elected Senate House of Representatives. So What are we able to do with that majority? That's substantial. And would wake into this system within say, the first year in office? 181721 So as they (?) yesterday, I have the most far reaching plan for gun safety there is and I don't like to (monitor?) because everything in my plan is evidence based, already in certain areas, driven down the use of guns and gun violence dramatically. And so I challenged my other peers, one of the things that my old (college friends?) on the Democratic primary stage right now don't agree with is to be common sense. If you need a license to drive a car, you should need a license to purchase and possess a firearm states that have done that, 181754 like Connecticut have had about a 40% drop in violent crime in their state 15% drop in suicides. But this is the problem of Gavin use of the president that the governor of California said the other day said look, the (?) mass shooting we just had is because somebody left our state went to Nevada where they have lesser (?) and then they came back in (to get their?) Carnage, 181815 We need a federal system of evidence based common sense thing. My father took me out hunting. None of this would undermine our law abiding citizens after you own a gun. But What I do know is take my plan, all the points of my plan take into totalitary- take it in total will dry down and end this culture of mass shootings in our country. >>What is your stance to use federal funds to research Mdma for mental health?and what specific actions would you take currently as a senator to accomplish this? 182007 So there's a lot of research in this area, I've learned about it from some of my favorite podcasts, which has made me read a lot more about it. The use of psychedelics and breakthroughs that they're already having. And I know one of my friends with one of the more popular podcasts that are out there. (you probably know?) man talking about. He's funding a lot of the research himself and raising the money to do it. So again, I'm a big believer in something really radical called science. We should be making this a priority in our country. 182037 And so you could have my commitment that I'm going to continue to do what I can as a senator to try to push for more research in these areas. But I want to add one more thing. We you want to tell about a society look who they incarcerate. The Russians incarcerate political prisoners. In Turkey, they incarcerate the media. We in our society, we incarcerate the most vulnerable people, low income people. 86% women who are incarcerated survivors of sexual trauma. 182108 We incarcerate the addicted people and we incarcerate the mentally ill people, as well as the disproportionate black and brown. Look what's happening in our prisons. It's unacceptable, we have stigmatized addiction, disease of addiction, and the disease of mental illness. Under my presidency, I'm bringing that out of the shadows, I am making sure that we talked about it, and embrace it and treat with the empathy and support we need. Because we know in this country, dealing with these issues does not matter of can we? It's a matter of will. 182135 For your veterans who have served our country with extraordinary bravery. It is shameful what's happening with veterans in our country. We have the audacity to say our national anthem, we end with the words home of the brave. Well, you know what happens with veterans when they come home? they are disproportionately homeless. This is shameful what's happening our country to our veterans from from mental illness and suicide attempts to homelessness. 182203 We know actually investing in veterans they want to lead and serve right here at home. I put an end this shame and we're going to be there for veterans not just in work, but indeed, action and the resources [applause] (inaudible). >>Good to be back. I'm here probably like a lot of people. I don't have no idea what Canada support What they support. 182235 I just want to say one thing. Support the bald candidate. You want to have the opposite of Trump. You have the hair that is more opposite of his. Like a lot of what you've said so far. And But I every day, every hour of the week, listen to these tweets and everything else it comes down to garbage and lies and come out of the white house. I have to say one thing that really turned me off was the comment about drinking Kool-aid. For those of us old enough to know about the Kool-aid. I don't think that was appropriate. (Is that your question?) >> Yeah. And I just would like you to comment on that. 182316 Yeah, but so first, we're hoping go back and listen to it. Because I know that when you say drinking the Kool Aid, it evokes a horrible mass suicide. That's actually not what I said. what I said it was something that is as he knew it as a joke in comedy. I said, you're all up in the Kool Aid. And you don't know the flavor is a lot different, sir. And it doesn't evoke bad it actually invokes a fun loving way to show consequences. 182337 This is what President Vice President Biden and I talked about. I don't believe in sucker punching candidates, especially not a statesman like Joe Biden. But I will always stand my ground. When it comes to an issue that I believe in. You know, I respect our Vice President. But he himself said and this is what he and I talked about privately as well as publicly because I believe you punch your friend, without having private conversations, and let them know what's coming. My whole life has been about trying to change a system of mass incarceration in this country that now has more African Americans under criminal supervision than all the slaves in 1850. 182410 This has devastated communities, including mine, I've been working on over 20 years. And frankly, I was working against this, this this vice president in the 90s when I was in law school, when they were passing laws that had that said this, that you make two mistakes in your life. And you have another mistake is (a non violent drug crime?) you die in prison. That's the law of our land. And for me to have a president, I don't care (who?) candidate it is. 182440 If it's (something?) Vice President Biden, I wanted to stand before the Americans and say I made mistakes, Not to crouch and try to shift blame to me for calling out the injustice of our criminal justice system. Amen. So I did nothing to evoke a mass suicide, I used a humorous way. If you look at the body language of those two men, they're both smiling- >> You used the word Kool-aid. The word Kool-aid sir is a national American brand.[laughter] Don't know the flavor it's red. 182510 It was a joking moment between two colleagues who deeply respect- Vice President and I (?), we love other. But on issues when there is a distinction, where I have fought my life, whatever Title I hold, I'm going to hold people accountable for having draconian laws, and it really frustrates me now. Now people say, Okay, now it's okay to smoke marijuana. Well, you're more marijuana arrests in 2017 then all violent crime arrests combined. And there's no difference between blacks and whites were using marijuana or even selling marijuana for blacks, almost four times more likely to be arrested for it. 182548 this is still going on. Now people are talking about about legalizing marijuana.And I look at them and say less your next sentence is that we should expunge the records of all the people[applause](inaudible). You are going to see a lot of me in this race, I hope, but I will always be respectful. I will always conduct myself with dignity. >> That's what I want to hear And with the Vice President who he and I have a long of history, I will always make sure that I'm honoring him and his years of service, because the totality of his career is enormous. We should all be grateful. 182631 so jealous of your hair. >>My name is Charles and I'm asking you a bit of a personal question because my dad actually us to take pharmaceuticals for an overactive thyroid. And this whole entire campaign, you said I not taking any corporate money from the pharmaceutical industry. But in 2014, you took over $300,000 from packs that are funded by pharmaceutical industries. And you also voted against a bill that allowed for Germany importation from Canada. And Donald Trump was going to sign on to that. And you send your reasoning for this was that we need tighter regulations, but they are tighter regulations in Canada that we have here. So my question to you is, how can I trust you to get my drug prices lowered for my dad, so he doesn't go bankrupt? 182720 God bless you bless you man. And I thank you for asking the question. because everything you've said there is not true. And want to tell you this go to literally go to( politifact?) this is from the washington post that, because there's so much this mess out there on the internet for me. And it is not true. So look at politifact. And literally Google up an article called a stupid war on Cory Booker. I'm telling you right now, I have never stopped the importation of drugs. I would never go against it. I wrote the law. One thing you said to have a kernel of truth in there is that in 2014, Yeah, I actually made the announcement. Well before I was running for president that I wouldn't take any pharmaceutical money--- >>300,000 in PAC money from the corporations. 182805 And Sir, I was the fifth United States Senator, the fifth who said I will not take any PAC money. >> And sir, I'm not I'm not telling you that I didn't take pac money in the past. I'm telling you the 2014 years before I was running for president, I stood up and said, called out to my whole democratic caucus and said we've got to stop doing this. 435 Congress people did it .95 senators were doing it and I was one of the leaders that stood up. And guess what a lot of people followed me. 182833 Now I live in a state that has a lot of pharmaceutical companies. And some of these people that you were looking on the internet, you know what they count as far as some contributions? because I live on the only United States Senator, the only one that has made a decision with my life that I'm going to live in low income communities for 20 years. I live in the community where the median income is $14,000 per household. So I you (the pain of?) your father, I live I see on my block, people putting aside their insulin because they can't afford it. 182902 Do you want to know where my loyalties are? Come visit me in Newark (who?) I fight for all the time. And since I was major in the city of Newark, I was doing plans to drive down prescription drug laws. And so you have to understand, this has to be something that is jugular, some politics, it's very personal to me you see people communities like mine, that are suffering as a result. That's why I was one of the first united states senators to say this has got to stop and challenged House members and senators to join me in doing it. 183030 And That's why I'll tell you, (if the person on my block?) was a secretary for a pharmaceutical company wants to give me a dollar. And the folks that you are looking at count that as a contribution,No. It is to me this is got to be a clean system, where we don't take corporate pacs, we don't take pharmaceuticals, C suite money, and I will take none of that money. And if I am president of the United States, as I've shown bills that I've written, the bills that I voted on, the work that I've done, you can be confident that I will end a system where people are profiteering off of people's pain, and we'll drive down costs of prescription drugs for all of Americans. >>The question is, how do we convince them that we are demanding safety for ourselves and our children, but also protection of the Second Amendment? Thank you. 183102 And I'm going to be very brief on this. Two things I want to say. One is when you pull NRA members, about 84%, will say that we should not have a nation where people can buy a gun without background check. So we know that most of the issues in my plan, most of them, are supported by Republicans themselves, that fellow's NRA members, gun owners, and even the Republican Party, but their leadership does not. 183131 And The reason why their leadership does is because I think they're afraid of the consequences of going against the NRA. And So the way we deal with this is to show them that there's greater consequence for going against the American people. In the last elections of the midterm elections with a whole bunch of contentious house seats. There were a lot of folks, Moms Demand Action of a lot of them (into these weeds?) of organizing against people who were not support background checks. And I think they've won something like 90% of those (contests?) all around the country. 183203 In Congressional districts have voted overwhelmingly in the previous election for Donald Trump. So This to me is is number one, we need to speak practically to our friends on the other side of the aisle, and anybody that wants to demonize all Republicans. I don't want anything to do with that. Because there are good people on both sides of the aisle and neither side, this is radical has a monopoly on the truth and monopoly on the best ideas. My first fundraiser I did in Washington is running for mayor was done by Bill Bradley and jack kemp, two athletes that had a connection to me the through that through that bond. 183237 And So the second thing, though, is sometimes you gotta fight. And we've got to roll up our sleeves and do it the electoral way, let folks know, if you're Republican, your constituencies going to demand that you do something about guns and if not, you're going to be out of office. And that's why elections are so important. And that's why this election down here, your Senate race, This is Jaimie Harrison to me is a champion out here. 183305 Never want to take away somebody who wants a gun for protection or law abiding system want it to hunt. But he does know the difference between having loopholes in the law for Somebody has been convicted of stalking their girlfriend shouldn't be able to use a loophole to go out and get a gun. That's the difference we need to make. That's the common sense. That's what we need in our leadership I for one, and willing to bring the fight to NRA and corporate gun lobby, like they've never seen before. I have faith that we will win that fight. >> When it comes to climate change, I'm more interested in your wise, Can you tell us why? What personally motivates you When it comes to addressing climate crisis? Why is it a personal priority for you? And when you become president? What are you going to do top priority to make sure that climate crisis is taken care of? 183411 I never had the question asked that way before. And I really appreciate that you would. Look the science is clear, it's been clear for decades, that we have an existential crisis coming towards us like a Mack truck. And for me, I see it already. I want around this nation already to visit climate of (?) people who already dealing with from a Native American tribe in Louisiana, who was literally with sea level rise, they're losing their land completely underwater, 183442 to areas like my city, where's the heat rises, July was the hottest month ever recorded in human history this past July. And those of you who know who have trouble with asthma and more, know there's often communities that are (most?) vulnerable that suffer from these early. I came at the environmental justice excuse me, the environmental climate crisis to an environmental justice lens. Because I live in a community with environmentally vulnerable populations. 183512 But more than that, I believe the fundamental proper, that the great people are those who plant trees under the shade they will not sit. And we do not solve this problem, generations from now will have visited upon that horrors that we can imagine. And I think that that has been stewardship. So for the environmental justice and the crisis that's upon us now, And from the idea that we judge us and future generations will either suffer succeed in public media now, I live every single day with an urgency to solve this problem. 183542 When I was mayor, This is 2006. I didn't wait. We actually champion climate change with other mayor's but when then george bush would not join (the Kyoto ?) and make climate the lens of which we viewed every other issue of the city of Newark . And I am your President, climate will be the lens of which we viewed every other issue in the presidency. >>My name is Tracy. And I'm just curious if you do are one consider the NRA a terrorist organization. 183621 I'm not going to use those words but I'll tell you this. I think the NRA, I think the corporate gun law, I think our president, are responsible for the kind of violence we saw and El Paso. The blame is easy to point fingers. But real leaders and real people take responsibility. And so these folks are fighting legislation in insidious ways that will actually save people's lives. 183652 And so the that makes them responsible even more so. And so again, I do not want to be one of these folks that speaks a lot and acts a little.One of the reasons I'm running for president is because I live in a neighborhood where we had regular shootings. Where we just had a fourth of July, and my parents have complained to me of the horrors of having a child show signs of post traumatic stress and the fireworks go off hiding under beds, having anxiety. 183721 We have as a nation right now where children in our schools, we've so resigned ourselves to this crisis, that we think the way to deal with this now, is to send our kids to school and learn about reading, writing, arithmetic and shelter in place of (drills?). It is a perverse reality under which we live. And so yeah, there are people and organizations deeply responsible, but I'm running for president because I want to be held responsible, I want to take responsibility. And if I am the leader of this nation. 183751 Remember, countries are formed fundamentally first and foremost for the protection of their citizenry. I will take responsibility for one of the greatest threats to life in our country. And I will not only take responsibility. But w, like you said earlier about your mandate to heal the nation if you become president. If you do become president, you'll have about 30 or 40% of your people who already dug their heels on defending rhetoric and policies that we think are morally reprehensible and won't just be a matter of us deciding to get along. How do you plan to deal with the fact that you'll have a lot of people who have voted and supported things that are more arguable later? So The question is, do the creator be with which to, I believe you platforms, Everyday models, Favorite ways, but I'm going to do with my bias your precedent is used every single day and I'm not exaggerating, overblown, renderer But every single day that it is necessary for country to heal, generate the power of kindness, to make people to see each other for their human worth. Now, this isn't the first time it happens. you're hiring somebody for a job you ask them how they've dealt with the situation before how do you get people to have a more courageous? Well, it works out America city that everybody looked at as a place of darkness corruption spare, you don't want one of the first things I did to this fight. I weighed two pounds. Love man, you know what happened? I was sitting at home one night watching TV and all the TV was Conan O'Brien on The Tonight Show. Tonight Show. This was after I did a plan to my friend over there, the better hair to be this separated a plan to lower prescription drug in my city and corner Ryan who walks up and says Hey, I hear your New Jersey has a great new health care plan. But I think the best care of health care plan for the city of Newark is a bus ticket on tap. And I was like, oh man, you're in trouble. So I went to my office sat behind my desk and I recorded a video that I bragged about my cities that Conan O'Brien insulted it, and I sit by the power invested in me. That's me by the city of Newark, I hereby Ban Conan O'Brien from Newark Airport. No Fly List. And before you know it, it goes so viral that it becomes a national stories. The TSA This is not a joke literally took part on their website to clarify that marriage in America. I started getting great going on TV talking about Tonight Show A Few days later and respond but he doesn't respond by apologizing he felt was down and fancy from Burbank Airport. La, big deal center. And I decided that was actually banned from the whole state of New Jersey. Now, the number one trending story in America. Every now on Larry King show America. We're currently going on all these national shows, talking about the goodness in my city. Can you look at it by the end of the fight. This incredible woman was in charge of healing nations around the world war torn country. Her name was Secretary Hillary Clinton, the Secretary of State to record their own video saying Cory Conan, good piece of chance. And I'm sitting there a bear from Newark, New Jersey sitting on the couch with Conan, apologizes, and does $100,000 to charities in New York. But that's not the story. A city that was ignored all the time, that people were afraid to come to the major foundations and said before I want to get my culture now we will call you that. I call developers or a supermarket company, that black city when I first had asked me to come to the city door, I got people to open up a little bit of humor and creativity to discover the humanity the dignity of a space that people whose overall I've done this before. Try to inspire people have more courageous love and kindness. I want to pass legislation but the fundamental undergirding all of that destroys each other's country that we need each other to share common bonds and a common destiny. And So the way that this President uses his social media platforms to demean and degraded, I've already shown to my time as a chief executive before that, I can use my platforms as a time to inspire love. And I will do that as president united states. And that will enable us on Medicare, Inception and approval, the republicans have gone out and attack the Obamacare, which is given millions who couldn't afford health care, the opportunity to have health care. Now was that in mind, when you become president, Will you look at whatever gaps, issues or problems that have been brought up about Obamacare, and take a look at modifying it making it stronger and better health care option rather than reinventing the wheel? Sir, you you are like, I feel like sound like you're like my former deputy mayor who used to always tell the court that like, Look, you've got grand visions where we can go forward. But Don't let perfect be the enemy of good. Because he will be good right now. And so my philosophy when I was mayor was every day, make things better, build upon it, increase invention, your turn around, you look and see you've got some great, better ideal. So so I know there's a lot of people trying to get deals separate focus on their health care plans right now. But I'm a guy that actually had to be during the recession when a lot of people were burning in control. And I knew that we had to just make things better. So we will be building a copy of Harris will be making things better. All the while getting my goal, which is the United States of America, the richest country on the planet Earth, healthcare should be a great for everyone. For The next few people, if you can ask your question, and then you can ask your question, and then he'll respond to both of us. Okay. Okay. All right. I set it up. I'll keep it in the past. You've defended the filibuster in the Senate. If you're president or if you're still in the senate 2021. Would you still support keeping the filibuster? Would you want to defer your filibuster? Max? My name is Elena old for young a school bus driver here for the Tulsa County District. Different places that the candidate has been going, and we're not hearing anybody talking about the union. We're not hearing anybody talking about labor. Do you know that here in South Carolina, They don't want the the employees to even know about unions, when I was just out a couple of weeks ago trying to talk to some people. And I got a call it says leave there's three supervisors are looking for? Well, I have something for them. But this question is, what are you going to do about the right to unionize? Because that's a given right? That's not a company ready? Amen. co author, I think all options are on the table. I worried we changed the filibuster rule. What would have happened in America is when the When, when Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan and Donald Trump, you know, we were just there. If they could pass any legislation? No, they would have today. And those two years, they haven't totally ripped away everything from a woman's right to control her own body. Do you think gun laws were gotten better? They would have gone, the NRA would have written the gun laws. So there's a guy again, lives in a vulnerable community. The reason why I'm hesitant to get rid of the filibuster rule is because if we see an alignment on the other end Again, we won't have the ability to protect ourselves. But I again, I'm pulling nothing out. And my day is in South Carolina. Yes, yes. But I know we need some protection. And then as far as God bless America, I would not be here if it wasn't for you. And you know, my family. My father was important. In the SEC public school. unions are the bedrock of our nation, and they're under massive assault. And so we were just in the back room, I'll like, leader over here. I don't believe there is in the back. We were just talking about this in the back about the crisis here in the state of South Carolina. And all the rules, the things that they're doing. I have your President, they're trying to get around a mistake, and they're trying to get her get her to the Supreme Court just passed decision attacking unions. We see people the right, the collective bargaining, prevailing wage arenas, all those things are under savage attack. And as they're being attacking your membership going down, Guess what's happening with the wages in this country. Ever. Wages are stagnant and going down. So For me, the only way forward is to start supporting you in the growth of unions in our country. Because right now we have a nation that unfortunately, corporate power is on the ascendancy in every single way. We now have a little is this is called Citizens United that says, corporations are people crying out loud. I don't know about that. Come on. So I'm going to make sure we begin to fight for labor rights and to restore the dignity if you want to know how you want to get asked people what they don't already have. But I became a United States senator, I walked in our cafeteria workers, They weren't getting their fair wages be insured ground stood up and fought to make sure not only where they get, they'll get the wages and a wage increase the we bought because we thought that they were misclassified workers in the United States Senate. And we were able to get them to go back pay. My whole life is about fighting. When I was married, make sure people have a right to organize, to expand the pressure programs, that we have project labor agreements and developing based on the support a couple of the bills in the United States Senate to restore solvency to the national pensions. We have a real device right now where there's a number of pension plan, not because of the not because of the workers, but the pension managers have done really bad things. So This is the thing that I say all the time in our country can bail out Wall Street banks. I mean, we're not going to bail out the pensions that right now are suffering workers paid their whole lives into them. And now they have a problem. I don't have a job, I was forcing them because they're easy. You do the courage companies, jobs. Always. I mean, this is where our president campaign rhetoric doesn't doesn't match up with this reality. There's a lot we can do to keep our jobs here in this country. And that means turning the whole piece of preparation is accountable for their actions. That means not doing what this presidents doing. This is natural the whole time. And now he's pushing Congress passes to Napa, two point O, which still actually gets pharmaceutical companies and longer periods of exclusivity with their drugs. So they need that favor, but doesn't keep workers center, it doesn't damage our laws. As president it stays. And these tax laws incentivize people to move jobs overseas, I'm going to make sure companies are held accountable in this country of innovation, we have trade deals with the key workers center, there's a lot that we can do. And if your contract with United States of America, you better make sure we're infrastructure players are enabled by American provisions in those contracts. And I'll fight to that. Good to see you. And I First of all, I just want to thank you for being on the air with me. And the rest of our crew was born July 2015. And then the question is, when you become president, what how would you help rewrite the locked The rules for the economy, to raise minimum wage for union to work for everyone for everyone, Right. And that's the thing we're going to do not just fight for $15 minimum wage, but more than that. We call the rise of credit Louis like stuff already, which is people right now that don't qualify for the earned income tax credit, people that are home caregivers, of students, 18 1920 years old, they're working their way through school and working part time job, they'll fall by they will people who are older, who are 65, and still working a job, they don't qualify for the earned income tax credit and getting social media. So how to expand the rise of credit for all the people keeping them to have a work is that 150 million Americans, a pay increase and cut poverty and a third right away. Number two, I talked about my rental tax credit, which makes sure that records are paying for the perfect income, give me more resources. But the second way we're gonna help working people have a lot of the plasma, which is the one that I love. And we're the only people doing pushing us into something called the baby box, which every child on United States of America has an interest bearing CDs, which means that it grows over time, and maybe when your family's income, but what was the income kids by the time they hit 18 years old? Well, I'm not worth the $50,000. To go to use for college, to start a business to buy a home. We use our tax global ready to ship go up. And we are focusing on helping people build wealth for working families. Now we'll be right. You ask the question, you asked The young man behind us, we got to the younger, younger, sort of oy waving that omega hat. You know, my grandfather's together probably the time purple tie like an Omega near to your Rose, Rose color, but your intellect is awesome. Your passion, I tell my girlfriend that all the time and let me help you in art. So My question is, I'm a former Marine. And a deal is what you make in Las Vegas. a treaty? What do you do in the Congress of the United States? So when we begin to look at terrorism, what will be your approach to our foreign policy? I love that question. And I love that. I have a question about what's happening in prisons, the people who don't have any people putting money into their commissary are getting barely any food in they they've done interviews, and they're saying they're being starved. They're feeling they're being starved. And So so some of the meals have gotten to a price of 53 cents per meal, which is in there getting fed like 10 year olds. So I just wanted to know what your views on you were. What's your name? Carson? Carson? That's an incredibly insightful question. And the reason why I appreciate your question is because a lot of people don't pay attention to people behind bars. And they don't they don't take the time to learn what's going on. I got busy campaign I just was two days ago, in a correctional facility for women, just to really hear what's going on. So I want you to know, right now, there is no way in the United States that works harder on these issues than I do. And what we have in the system right now is that my friend Bryan Stevenson says treats you better if you're rich and guilty. And if you're poor, and yes, we literally have a nation, people going to jail just because they're bored. And when they're in there, they don't have money, or people sending them this actually affects women at work. They don't have people sending them resources, they often don't have the ability to get some of their basic needs. Most Americans don't even know that it wasn't until we started taking up his fight to the set that they were charging women for tampons. And so so I want you to know, this is something that I am, it's at the core of my being I've been working on these issues for 20 years. And I honestly Carson, I use that we're very judiciously, I promise you that if I president united states, I will fight to bring more justice to our criminal justice system. Okay. There is a question I had all the answers in the question, because he's absolutely right. We are waiting for versus commitment to your freedom. Your present right now is breaking international treaty, whether it's a Paris accord, or the Iran nuclear deal, just because of his bluster, and it's actually throwing us into more of a crisis and more climate crisis. And frankly, what's happening now in Iran, It seems like we have a drone pick on the war is America first policy is not an American first policy is in America alone and isolated policy. And it's making us a lot more dangerous. And So I'm going to restore our national leadership and the National order by honoring our not only our treaties and our alliances, but by saying very boldly, We are the strongest Nate frost based on the planet earth for our strength. It multiplies and magnified when we join with other nations and solidarity on issues that matter will have your last question for this evening. So no pressure. This has been an incredible afternoon from bu a tall team. This question the answer is so gracious to me, and to all of us to host us today. So I want I want you all to know something right now. I am angry about this president and there were days that I get really upset. Anger is not a bad emotion. It's just how to channel that anger and what's important. And so I'm definitely I was running up to a Iowa Town Hall and hundreds of people there and I ran up and check before I get to the stage, big dude, this arm around me says, Hey, man, do not want you to punch Donald Trump face. That's a felony man. We're not going to beat Donald Trump Using his tactics on his terms on his term. This is really a test for us. Right? We didn't be both hotter because we brought bigger dogs and bigger fire hoses. Because the artist of activism and inspires me, you know, he said that he was battling in Birmingham with Dorothy Akaka James bells are heroes. He said that what we have to repent for this day and age is not the vitriolic words and violent actions of the bad people. But the polling silence and inaction of the group. Right. We are going to win this election if we are able to inspire the engagement and the activism and the love of other folks who thought the last election and not even worked on coming up in the first place. I go here because in 2008, I want to go vote for Senator Obama, there was a line around my polling place. God, you are so nice down here in this great community that you probably read your elected leaders I saw if I can treat him, I show up to vote that day as mayor of the city in the morning and the light doesn't say Hey, man, I see it. I have this officers next to me. And she doesn't say it was what a beautiful morning when historic data, she just looks at me and goes, don't you think you're cutting this line? Next to me, I Look at her center and I go, just one year later, we have a gubernatorial election in Newark, New Jersey. And I want to go vote in my city and nobody was there. I went right into the polling place. And I have a co worker because she lives alone. And we lost that election narrowly for our community and one of the City, New Jersey and come out the way they have a fraction of what they have you or This is not Don't Let this be all about. It's a referendum on us. And so I want to end with taking you were talking about King, I want to take you to a point where he was killed. Because God this, this is what it's about. I was shocked Robin tears into Lorraine Motel that my union organizers. You know why he was there. He was there battling the sanitation workers. Let's remember what this this fight was about. Even the morning on Washington wasn't just civil rights and economic rights as well. And so right there at that site where Martin Luther King was slain, I was surprised I thought it would be some words honoring him or, or given tribute to demand. You know, if I read it, I got chills, because what they wrote, there was a challenge to all of us who are living. They use the words for scripture, and I'm quoting scripture here. But I want to say as a capitalist Christian man, I would rather hang out with nice atheists than me Christians. And God before you tell me about your religion, please just show it to me and how you treat other people. This is not about religion, pie in the sky. This is about a challenge to all of us. It's a civic part of our civic, the gospel, what they wrote here, And they wrote was the words of Joseph brothers. They honor these words right before they grabbed Joseph and drew him into a pit to die. But You all know he did die in that pit. He rose up to be a nation through crisis believe each of the crisis that we're in right now, if you don't think we're in the pit. Go visit our jails. You don't think we're in a pit, go talk to school teacher. You don't think we're in a pit talk to veterans? You don't think? Go down, go to El Paso. And So what is the challenge right there? What does it say? It says these words it says The words of Joseph's Brothers, it says a whole Your comments the dreamer, Let us slake it and see what becomes of the dream. What will become a dream, the dream that our ancestors died four inches and he when he left the Normandy to Goodman Cheney and Sean are dying there in Mississippi what will become a word dream? It was sacrifice and struggle for by those who came before What will become of our dream will become diminished or diluted Dear God will become divided against himself or will we in this generation, step up and with the course of conviction, dare to say that I to dream America, I dream of a new And I will back those dreams with work. Because Faith without works is dead. And you have faith in this nation, faith in our people. We need to dream and struggle, dream and fight, dream and serve dream and boat And if we do that, I promise you our nation will not die or perish. We as Americans will rocks. Many closing our mostly in the mirror talking to myself was one hell of a poem. Listen, I want to give people Colleen Condon the chairman of chocolate. Any other elected officials in the house And the Raise your hand if you live in my Senate District Court