The MilitantNegro Wake-Up Call™ For Tuesday The 26th Of August: Charlotte, North Carolina.


 

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Raw Video: Meeting Lucy Coffey

 

Published on Aug 26, 2014

President Obama and Vice President Biden meet with Lucy Coffey. A veteran of the Women’s Army Corps in World War II, Lucy is the nation’s oldest living female veteran.

 

 

 

President Obama Speaks at the American Legion’s 96th National Convention, Charlotte

 

 

 

White House Schedule – August 26th, 2014

 

THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 26th, 2014

 

 

DAILY GUIDANCE AND SCHEDULE FOR
TUESDAY, AUGUST 26th, 2014

 

In the morning, the President will travel to Charlotte, North Carolina. The President’s departure from the South Lawn will be open press and the arrival at the North Carolina Air National Guard Base is open to pre-credentialed media.

 

In the afternoon the President will deliver remarks at the American Legion’s 96th National Convention. This event at the Charlotte Convention Center is open to pre-credentialed media.

 

Following his remarks, the President will depart Charlotte en route Washington, DC. The departure from the North Carolina Air National Guard Base is open to pre-credentialed media, and the arrival on the South Lawn is open press.

 

Later in the afternoon, the President and Vice President meet with Secretary of State Kerry in the Oval Office. This meeting is closed press.

 

In the morning, the Vice President will attend meetings at the White House.

 

At 12:30 PM, the Vice President will attend an event for the Anthony Brown for Governor campaign at The Powerhouse. This event is closed press.

 

In the afternoon, the Vice President will attend the President’s meeting with Secretary of State Kerry in the Oval Office.

 

Later in the afternoon, the Vice President will attend meetings at the White House.

 

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Tuesday, August 26 2014 All Times ET

 

9:50 AM
The President departs the White House
South Lawn
10:05 AM
The President departs Joint Base Andrews
11:20 AM
The President arrives Charlotte, North Carolina
North Carolina Air National Guard Base
12:00 PM
The President delivers remarks at the American Legion’s
96th National Convention
Charlotte Convention Center – Hall A, North Carolina
12:30 PM
The Vice President attends an event for the Anthony Brown
for Governor campaign
The Powerhouse
1:10 PM
The President departs Charlotte, North Carolina en r
oute Washington, DC
North Carolina Air National Guard Base
2:20 PM
The President arrives Joint Base Andrews
2:35 PM
The President arrives the White House
South Lawn
4:50 PM
The President and the Vice President meet with
Secretary of State Kerry
Oval Office

 

August 2014: Photo of the Day

 

President Barack Obama looks at photos of Press Secretary Josh Earnest's newborn baby boy, Walker, during a meeting with senior advisors in the Oval Office, Aug. 25, 2014. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

President Barack Obama looks at photos of Press Secretary Josh Earnest’s newborn baby boy, Walker, during a meeting with senior advisors in the Oval Office, Aug. 25, 2014. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

 

Statements and Releases

 

FACT SHEET: President Obama Announces New Executive Actions to Fulfill our Promises to Service Members, Veterans, and Their Families

 

FACT SHEET: Obama Administration Record for Women and Girls

 

Readout of the Vice President’s Call with Iraqi Council of Representatives Speaker Salim al-Jabouri

 

Readout of the Vice President’s Call with Iraqi Prime Minister-designate Haider al-Abadi

 

White House Appoints 2014-2015 Class of White House Fellows

 

 

 

8/25/14: White House Press Briefing

 

Published on Aug 25, 2014

White House Press Briefings are conducted most weekdays from the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room in the West Wing.

 

 

 

Celebrating Women’s Equality Day, 2014

 

President Obama Listens To Daughter of Secret Service AgentPresident Barack Obama bends down to listen to the daughter of a departing U.S. Secret Service agent in the Oval Office, Oct. 28, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson) 

Etched into the history of our Nation are the stories of women who fought for the America they knew was possible — a country where all are truly treated equally and have access to the ballot box, regardless of gender. It took generations of fearless women who organized and advocated to secure women’s right to vote, and on Women’s Equality Day, we honor these courageous heroes, celebrate how far we have come in the decades since, and acknowledge the work still left to be done.

 

In the 94 years since the 19th Amendment was certified, women have made strides in every facet of American life, and we have learned that our country succeeds when women succeed. More and more the world is looking to our daughters to lead us, to heal us, to employ us, to thrill us on fields of play, and to protect us on fields of battle. Even still, inequality and discrimination persist. Women, on average, continue to earn less than their male counterparts, and for women of color, the disparity is even wider. Outdated workplace policies force too many working parents to choose between fulfilling their family responsibilities, and the careers of their dreams. And far too many women know what it is to suffer from abuse or sexual assault.

 

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Happy 98th Birthday to the National Park Service

 

 

From our spacious skies and fruited plains to our purple mountain majesties, the United States boasts some of the world’s most breathtaking natural lands. On August 25, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson created the National Park Service to formally protect and preserve these lands so people all over the world could experience America’s historic beauty and heritage for years to come.

 

Today, the National Park Service manages 401 national parks and memorials, which supported 238,000 jobs and pumped more than $26 billion into local economies last year. In fact, for every $1 we invest in our national parks, our economy sees $10 in return.

 

Take a glimpse at what the National Park Service has been working to preserve for 98 years, and follow the National Park Service and the U.S. Department of Interior on Twitter to see more of what makes America so beautiful.

 

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It's Raining Videos™

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Four Cases Of Police Brutality And Racism You Need To Know

 

Published on Aug 25, 2014

It’s been more than 20 years since the police beating of Rodney King led to the L.A. riots. More recently, protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, and all around the United States are furious over the police shooting of yet another unarmed black man — Michael Brown. AJ+ takes a look back at some of the most infamous police brutality cases that inform us now.

 

 

 

Audio of Mike Brown shooting contradicts the officers statement.

 

Published on Aug 26, 2014

This new audi clip contradicts the family friends statement about the shooting, told to her by the family of Officer Wilson. More than 11 shots were taken at Brown.

 

 

 

Darren Wilson Supporter Gets Scolded : Stupid jack*** after telling man “Lean to Speak English”

 

Published on Aug 26, 2014

WATCH altercation on CNN Live TV: “I am speaking English do you understand that?! Stupid jackass, do you understand that?!”

Officer Wilson supporters: Government and media choosing sides in Ferguson
(CNN) – The funeral for 18-year-old Michael Brown Monday drew thousands, including celebrities, civil rights leaders, and a White House delegation.
But for those seeking justice for the officer who killed Brown, the service was seen as another example of how the government and media are unfairly choosing sides in that deadly confrontation.
This weekend, supporters of Officer Darren Wilson gathered outside a south city St. Louis bar, popular with local law enforcement.
“My name is Darren Wilson. We are Darren Wilson,” a woman said to a cheering crowd.

 

 

 

“There Will Be Justice”: Mourners Speak Outside Michael Brown’s Funeral in St. Louis

 

Published on Aug 26, 2014

http://www.democracynow.org – Thousands of people lined up to pay their respects at Michael Brown’s funeral on Monday in St. Louis, Missouri. The killing of the 18-year-old African American by a white police officer in Ferguson has sparked weeks of protest and conversations about race, both around the country and in the local community. Democracy Now!’s Aaron Maté was in St. Louis and spoke with mourners as they filed into the Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church. “I know about Martin Luther King, I know about Emmett Till, but I am actually living something that should have stopped years and years ago,” says local resident Anne Hamilton. “We just want, as African Americans, to be treated fairly and to be given the same advantages.” St. Louis resident Elwood Harris responds to the protests, which have at times involved looting. “What else can we do? We took the Martin Luther King approach, protesting and peace, but there is no peace, and there is no justice,” Harris says. “But there will be justice in this case, I really do believe.”

 

 

 

“You Can’t Talk About Race and Class and Privilege in a Soundbite”

 

 

 

Jackie Robinson West All Stars receive homecoming grand salute

 

 

 

Billy Crystal gives tearful tribute to Robin Williams at Emmys

 

 

 

Burger King faces threats of boycott if HQ moves to Canada for tax break

 

 

 

Michael Brown’s funeral draws thousands of supporters, aid for victim’s family

 

 

 

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  1. So much interesting and sad here today.

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