“My favorite episode would absolutely have to be the Zumba episode. It is really kind of out in left field for our show and I thought a huge comedic pay off. It was especially fun for me to watch all my friends and fellow cast mates try and blindly do the moves I’ve been working on for a month.
Williams recalls a white South Carolina state trooper ripping the film from his camera in the early 1960s when he was a photographer eager to show the world the inequality and bigotry of the Jim Crow South and twice being jailed because of his work.Pryor, Gosa and Williams say older black Democrats like them have no illusions about what their country is capable of or what it needs from its next president.the death of a black man, George Floyd, after a white police officer knelt on his neck, by tweeting “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.”Their country’s wild political swings sometimes leave their heads spinning.”‘One nation, under God, with liberty and justice for all’ that’s the America we wanted,” Pryor, now 72, remembers thinking in 1963 as King spelled out his vision of a society in which blacks and whites treated each other with mutual understanding and respect. Pryor sees President Trump as a threat to democracy and Joe Biden as the person to restore Americans’ faith in government. (Tyrone Beason)Joe Biden already enjoys a considerable lead over Trump among black voters.
Jarvis said he was told that Brown hit Jessie in the throat just before Jessie struck Brown in the groin. The incident occurred with 10:55 left in the game. GW beat St. Google has partnered with the company Wearable Intelligence, which used a reformatted version of the android operating system instead of the Google Glass software. This means the glasses can be locked down for specific uses in specific contexts.The report said that professionals like doctors would not be able to tweet photos of patients, check Facebook, or even take the device off the hospital Wi Fi network.”Google Glass enabled me to view this patient’s allergy information and current medication regimen without having to excuse myself to log in to a computer, or even lose eye contact,” Dr. Steve Horng, an emergency room doctor at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts, told recode.Horng, who is part a Google Glass pilot program at the hospital, believed the glasses helped save the patient.The glasses are not the same as those sold to customers selected for Explorers program at a cost $1,500, recode said.Google is also working on modifying its glasses for broadcasters, NBA athletes and police officers, recode reported.The coronavirus crisis has changed the world completely in the last few months.