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[Music].[Applause].[Music].good afternoon i'm jonathan k part.opinion writer for the washington post.and.welcome to washington post live.derek johnson is the 19th president and.ceo of the naacp the nation's.foremost civil rights organization in.addition.to get out the vote efforts this fall.he's spearheading a new effort.called we are done dying and is calling.attention to both the disproportionate.impact of the coronavirus on the black.community.and the need for police reform.and here to talk all about it is derek.johnson.president of the naacp derek it's great.to see you.good to see you so uh i've now mentioned.it three times the hashtag we are done.dying.campaign talk about what it is and what.you're hoping to accomplish.what we are done dying is a proclamation.of action uh it's not enough to promote.uh how public policy or health.considerations are impacting our.community.the real question for us is what are we.gonna do about it uh in this moment of.peaceful protest in the street we.clearly understand that nothing changes.without public policy.impact so we have to move people from.peaceful protest.in the street the ballot box in november.but leave from that power posture to.ensure that policymakers.implement public policy to address.systemic problems in our community.and you know you're the president of the.naacp.and there are a whole host of priorities.that you have as the president of this.organization leader.of that organization we are done dying.is.part of that with all of the things that.that are on your plate how do you.prioritize.what's your what's your strategy going.forward.well i assumed this position three years.ago and i understood.clearly the role of the naacp in this.moment.is to build our base across the country.we're an organization with 2200 units in.47 states.uh the civic engagement uh space is.where we could be most effective.it could not simply be about the.transaction of one election.it needed to be a arc of democracy.starting with the 2018 midterm elections.on the 2019 special elections making.sure we're prepared for the census.coming to the 2020 presidential moving.to redistricting in 2021 back to a.midterm election it is an.arc of democracy and for me.it was about building the infrastructure.so we could.measure our work and outcomes.to ensure success you know under.under under normal circumstances um.the priorities that you have on your.plate the ones that you you just talked.about.are it's already a a difficult mission.that you have under normal circumstances.with a normal.presidential administration how much of.a challenge.has the trump administration been in.terms of.trying to achieve or at least make.headway.on the goals that you have but this.administration have been.profoundly complicated uh there are no.rules that this administration that.they're on.they're not unwilling to uh uh bridge uh.you considering elections uh because of.the holder shelby decision.which undermines section 5 of the voting.rights act.we have now seen a regional problem.that's been in the south.to spread nationally where attempts to.suppress the black vote.or the vote in places like wisconsin.uh philadelphia and nevada and so as we.adjust.our program to turn out the black vote.we also must account.for efforts to suppress the black vote.and that's inclusive of platforms like.facebook that's why we built out a.campaign called stop pay for profit.along with our partner organization.uh uh this democracy has been stretched.debris.it is the role of the naacp and many.others to push back as hard as possible.so we can get back to.a a space where we're more familiar with.and advanced questions of equality.have you had a any kind let me start.again.have you had a meeting with president.trump.no i refuse to give a photo op.it is our opportunity to talk about.substantive policy opportunities.not to give this president a photo.opportunity i have yet to see him.have a serious dialogue with any.individual or group.of the black community that truly.represents the interest of the black.community.without it being turned into some type.of photo opportunities.and talking points and so i mean one of.the things that the president talks.about.is how much he's done for criminal.justice reform.and how much he's done as a result for.the black community.you've had no kind of interaction or.communications with the president.or broadly speaking with anyone in the.administration.so let's start with the first part of.your question it is offensive to say.i've done a lot for the black community.because i've done stuff with.criminal justice reform as if that's the.sum total of who we are in our.experience as african-americans in this.country.we need to talk about much more.substantive proactive.forward-looking opportunities there were.some outreaches by this administration.uh uh concerning him speaking at our.convention one year.i have sat down with secretary of hood.uh ben carson.but for the most part they they have not.been serious with engaging.uh the african-american communities.around substantive.opportunities to move this nation to.move.our communities forward so the other.thing that the president talks about a.lot i believe it's opportunity zones and.how much.that is helping the black community so i.take it from what you've just said.you've not even had any conversations.with him or anyone in the administration.about about your views or counsel on.that.no i mean we've talked to members of the.senate both uh republicans and democrat.about opportunity zones.but this is not excuse me this is not an.administration.that truly value input.from communities or individuals who look.different.than them this is not administration.that have shown themselves.having any interest of doing something.that's not in.the personal interest of the president.and his family.and and so we are in a different type of.conundrum here.we have an individual who's a reality tv.celebrity was masquerading as a business.person.sitting in the white house it is not a.healthy existence.for us and organizationally our time is.better spent preparing for this upcoming.election.than anything else and i do want to talk.about other things you're doing to get.ready for the upcoming election but i'm.glad you mentioned.um conversations you have had with folks.on capitol hill because i had already.written down.here as a note to remind myself to ask.you.okay so you haven't had a meeting with.president trump for understandable.reasons.but what about senate majority leader.mitch mcconnell.any kind of rel meetings that you've had.with him or any kind of relationship.that you have with um folks on capitol.hill that.make it possible for you to at least.make some advancements.on that the long list of priorities that.you have.absolutely we've met again with members.of the senate of both parties.uh we have an ongoing dialogue and.relationship with senator scott who's.been one of the leading.architects but i'm behind our uh the.opportunity zone.uh uh uh senator senator mick romney.he's actually participating in one of.our teletown hall meetings where we have.over 50 000 of our members from across.the country to join that was a very.fertile forward-looking conversation.uh we have not had a conversation with.mitch mcconnell uh.uh well we've had conversations with.several other members of the republican.party in the city and democrats.um okay so now let's talk about the the.upcoming election.what concerns you most about about the.vote that we're about we're going to.have in less than.in less than 50 days well three things.one i'm really concerned with the effort.to suppress the.the vote by taking away polling places.and.all the other tricks that we may find.out after the fact.secondly i'm extremely concerned with.the intelligence report that.foreign nations are still seeking to.influence our elections.and the fact that platforms like.facebook's have done nothing.uh to ensure the integrity of our.elections.and then thirdly i'm concerned with the.outcome of the election.uh being one in which it would take.longer than we are used to.therefore giving this administration uh.to.uh seek the delegitimize the outcome of.the election.unless he he sees himself as the winner.um you've mentioned social media and.particularly facebook a couple of times.now so let's just.dive in there have you had any kind of.conversations or the opportunity to.speak directly.with facebook about your concerns about.the social media platform's role in.disinformation.absolutely for the last two years we.have been in direct conversation with.facebook at the highest level including.uh mark zuckerberg uh we are.definitely concerned that this platform.this behemoth of a company.uh that self-regulated mind you have.refused to address the algorithms on.their platform.uh that are being used by white.supremacy groups.to recruit members and carry out.activities that are both.harm and killed individuals uh we've.seen it in kenosha we've seen it with.the boogaloo group uh but they have yet.to do.anything to truly address the spread of.racial hatred anti-semitic.content on their platforms and they have.the two.and the ability to do so uh in addition.to that they have refused to address.uh the spread of misinformation around.the upcoming election on that platform.in an aggressive way is there anything.that the naacp.is doing to try i mean you're you're not.facebook no one is facebook so trying to.go up against the the disinformation.um that's flowing through it is one.thing but is there anything that the.naacp.is trying to do to try to counter.the disinformation that's coming through.on social media platforms.absolutely we have a very robust uh.digital strategy to talk directly to.the communities that can have the.biggest impact on this.election in the african-american.community we've identified the target.states that we must.operate in to increase blackboard.participation.2016 was a negative milestone for.uh electoral politics for african.americans it was the first year in 20.years.that we seen a decrease in blackboard.participation.and so it's our goal to increase that.number uh by those individuals who we.have identified as infrequent voters.to get them out to vote this time.through a relational organizing model.you know one of the things that um that.played into that.sort of 20-year low in terms of black.voter participation.uh at least i've seen some commentators.and other folks mentioning.is that there was not as much enthusiasm.for the the hillary clinton tim kaine.ticket.as there was for the previous barack.obama joe biden ticket.how much of an impact has.joe biden the current democratic.presidential nominee.his impact of of choosing senator kamala.harris.of california to be his running mate has.that.from your vantage point helped with the.enthusiasm.for the democratic ticket you know from.the.day of the announcement that senator.harris was going to be the running mate.i've seen tremendous energy enthusiasm.from african-american women.across the country uh our d9.uh members the the sororities in our.community uh.and many other social groups all were.excited i received calls.text message uh there was a marathon of.a.zoom conversation with prominent women.from across the country.it has generated a level of energy that.that's needed.but most importantly we should never as.a community.rest uh our ability to fully engage and.participate.uh on individual personalities or a.political party.it is incumbent upon african-american.communities to build out maintain.and grow our mechanism to inform our.community.and ensure they get out to vote we are.non-partisan we don't support political.parties.or candidates but it's absolutely.important for naacp.and all of our partner organizations to.focus on the.infrastructure of civic engagement and.not the candidates who are participating.you know speaking of the the.infrastructure of civic engagement one.of those things that we've been hearing.a lot of talk about.especially because of this uh election.day.is mail-in voting and you know.african-americans.like we like to show up at the polls we.go stand in line we do souls to the.polls we'll vote early.but the idea of voting by mail correct.me if i'm wrong.but the the african american community.is the least likely to choose.mail-in voting one correct me if i'm.wrong if i've got that wrong and two.what is the naacp doing if anything to.encourage.african-americans to vote by mail.well it's our role to make sure.individuals.know the election laws in their.individual state.not all 50 states have vote by bail not.all 50 states have.early voting so it is our role to make.sure.that african-american voters know the.options that are available to them.and they can be informed about the.choices they make in terms of navigating.this election.cycle uh one of the considerations.that's on the table.is a global health pandit and so some.individuals.may need to figure out how to navigate.this election.and keep their health in mind uh so.we're not encouraging people to vote one.way or the other.we are encouraging people to participate.and the best way we can do that is to.allow them to see the options.it is true that african-americans.percentage-wise.uh vote at a lower percentage than.others in terms of vote by mail.but it's absolutely necessary that how.everyone choose the vote.that we cast ballots in that from the.african-american community this election.cycle.you know i'm glad you brought that up.about the fact that reminding everyone.that you know we've got 50 different.rules.for voting uh depending on the state.that you're in.the rules for voting how you can vote.and all the little.picayune details that you have to to put.up with.and that leads to the larger issue of.voter suppression.is part of your effort in addition to.telling people like here are what the.rules are.shining a light for them on here are the.here are not only what the rules are but.here are the ways they're trying to.keep you from voting absolutely.we had a long call this morning with the.national bar association that's the bar.of african-american lawyers.as they ramp up their program we're.working with the lords committee for.civil rights.uh the legal defense fund the.advancement project all of our.partner legal uh nonprofit legal.organizations we're all standing ready.along with our own legal department.to address vote suppression uh both.before the election.is had during the day of the election.and prepared to address.uh infractions after the election that.has always been a part of our strategy.it's even more needed now than ever.before.because if this democracy is truly going.to be a.representative democracy we must open up.access to voting.and not allow uh the administration of.of the voting process to be so.politicized that we.actually uh decapitate the very uh.principles of a democratic elected.government.that we proclaim across across the globe.but not practicing here domestic.i have a couple more questions on voter.suppression i want to ask you.one is how concerned are you.a about election about election day.about the potential for the potential of.the administration.to i don't know utilize tactics.that in intimidate the vote.or suppresses the vote in terms of using.um or giving a wink and a nod to.uh armed citizens or.unidentified federal troops um any.concern on your part.that that could happen we are concerned.with all of the above.this is an administration that have.shown itself to have no limit.to try to retain power whether it's the.actual administration.the the republican party uh the.state supreme court what we just.witnessed in wisconsin when they.tried to stop the issue of balance.to add a third party on the ballot.although that party did not.uh meet the criteria everything is on.the table.and that's unfortunate i guess this.notion of making america great again was.making america 1950s again where.african-americans and other communities.were uh prevented from exercising.uh their right to vote um.one of those another suppression uh.effort to my mind is sort of the.the in some instances republican-backed.efforts to support kanye west.and his run for the president.to run for the presidency how concerned.are you or.put it this way what do you make of.kanye west's.run for president it's unfortunate.uh that he's operating in this space.i i don't i can never speak for another.person's intent.uh but this is our old-school vote.suppression method.elections are won by inches not mild.so there will be fractions of.percentages that sub elections are won.by.and if he's able to qualify to get on.balance in certain areas.uh it could in fact have an impact i.recall.vividly 1992 ross perot i recall.vividly for bitty believe took place uh.in 2006 with.uh uh with a third-party candidacy of of.uh.uh uh stein uh the green party candidate.uh uh fractions of percentages is where.we are concerned about and if it's done.deliberately.to pull off votes to give someone an.advantage.uh it is a voter pressure uh uh uh.matter.uh and i most of us should be concerned.about uh kanye's mental state.uh either he's doing this as a joke or.he's not stable.i'm running as a candidate for the.birthday party that's not a serious bid.and one would have to question why.um and just want to be clear you were.talking about the jill stein.who was a third-party candidate in the.2016.presidential election uh and i was also.thinking of.of ralph nader and he was in 2000.um let's talk about the civil rights.move moment.that we're in right now you as president.of the.the most revered civil rights.institution in this country from your.perch.what do you make of the the civil.uh the the civil disobedience and the.demonstrations.that have uh reignited across the.country in the wake of the death of.george floyd.we are in an inflection point uh much.similar to.65 years ago with the open casting.funeral of the emmett teal uh there's an.awakening.uh unlike emmett till it took from 1955.and it began to really escalate in 1960.61 62 through 64..uh because of the social media we don't.have to wait that long.and we're seeing this inflection point.where we're seeing peaceful protests.in the street of individuals that look.like america we have.young old black white male female.uh it looks like america it is an.opportunity for us to determine what.direction are we going to go in are we.going to go.forward into a future that's more.inclusive or are we going to go.backwards we have to move people from.the peaceful protest.in the street to the power at the ballot.box.but that value proposition that black.lives matter.black lives matter is a factual.statement it's more than just a hashtag.or an organization or set of individuals.it's a factual.statement and that statement is a value.proposition.that we must carry forward because if.the lives of black.citizens uh is is disregarded.none of our lives are important and will.matter.in terms of the social contract the.constitution gives us that all men.and women are created equal and endowed.with certain ineligible rights that.equal protection or law should be.afforded to.all of us and that's what that that.factual statement represent.and when we take that value proposition.to the polls and we are successful.for those policy makers they must carry.that that proposition.the public policy implementation so we.can address.systemic and structural racism that has.dogged this.nation for decades so we can address.inequities wherever it exists.so we could address how that social.contract would impact.all of us not only african-americans but.all of us.i'm going to continue down down this.road and bring in a question.from from a viewer eileen matthews from.maryland and she asks.are the black lives matter protests an.extension.of the civil rights movement or is it a.new movement how can we best utilize or.perhaps bring together the wisdom of the.elders.in the naacp with the energies of the.young.involved in black lives matter protests.it was a wonderful question and i have.had a lot of experience with veterans of.the civil rights movement in fact.from 2011 2013 14 and moving forward.the group of young people who first.identified as freedom side.uh we began to meet with elders of the.civil rights movement.uh it was it was a beautiful set of.gatherings uh.uh uh one of which went at duke and at.mit.at tougaloo college my alma mater we.were bringing young people from across.the country together.along with the elders of the civil.rights movement and the very notion the.very factual statement of black lives.matter.is a statement that was being made in.1960.by organizers of the snake movement so.the state of black lives matter isn't a.new statement it has been.repopularized uh by social media.and the wonderful three ladies who will.create the hashtag.uh so it's definitely an extension there.is a continuity of movement.the other thing that's a misnomer there.is no us versus us.young versus old that is something that.we must move away from.movements are only successful if they're.inter-generational.it's the energy of our young people is.the wisdom of the elders and it's the.continuity.of those who are between both young and.old that's the ingredients of a.successful movement.if you look at john lewis it wasn't.about him as a student.it was a whole infrastructure that.informed and supported.him and courtney cox and stokely.carmichael and.and diane nash and a ton of other.individuals.movements are not equal central because.they're not about being one leader.it's about the community as a whole and.all of the successful.of movement programs that turn out to be.successful wasn't about the individual.the charismatic leader.it was about the efforts and energy of.the whole community.uh one more question from from a viewer.derek this is from felicia madrigal.from oregon she asked if you could ask.your listeners to do just one thing to.improve civil rights for everyone.what would that be i recently saw the.movie the social dilemma about the.negative.effects of social media on society what.should we do.to reduce social media's widening of the.differences slash divides.between people so first of all i don't.know.if there's anything we can do about.social media as individuals uh.because some of that must be embedded in.our public policy.on regulatory oversight our social media.is here.it allows for people uh to receive.information in ways in which it has been.uh uh democratized and and so we are the.early stages of that i think.ferguson and trayvon martin showed the.power of social media.where anyone with a smartphone became an.instant reporter at that moment.that's a beautiful thing but a dangerous.tool.if there are no guardrails in place uh.individuals should be engaged.using organizational vehicles that are.comfortable.to them social justice isn't a.competition.so if it's naacp is the organizational.vehicle you want to use.we invite you if it's color change we we.invite you.if this if it's ldf you named the.organization.it is important for all of us to add our.voice.to the social justice movement one final.point you know a good friend of mine.david johns he has uh the national.coalition of black justices.black lgbt organization and we had a lot.of people talking about the trend.of black trans women being killed and no.one has said anything about it.i say david what do we need to do and he.can't because we're good friends.he said you know derek sometimes i need.to leave that.voice but sometimes you need to lead it.i'm using that example sometimes we need.to figure out the best vehicle.to penetrate the message because it is.the message.is the value that's embedded in the.message that's more important.than the organizational vehicle that's.being used.if we truly want to pursue equity and.justice.in this country derek we've got.two minutes left so i'm going to ask you.this last question because it requires.a little bit of thought and that is my.my um.i've been looking at this election as a.choice not so much between president.trump.and former vice president joe biden but.as a choice between american democracy.and white supremacy on that on that.choice.where do you think america will land.on election day you know the way you put.it that's an inflection point.that we are in for far too long white.supremacy.have driven american democracy this is.that moment where we can decouple.uh the concept of white supremacy.reigning supreme.over our democracy it is an opportunity.and a choice that we must make.this inflection point will determine the.direction.i believe that with all of the energy of.the peaceful protesters in the street.who by extension are truly protesting.against white supremacy when they.proclaim.black lives matter in portland or.seattle.where there is a fraction of percentage.of the protesters actually looking like.either you or me.they are saying that we must denounce.white supremacy.when we partner with our friends in the.jewish community who understand the.impact of anti-semitic behavior.that is a choice that we must denounce.white supremacy.when we have uh women who said you know.what i don't want.my child to grow up in a society that.allow.otherness or tribalism that is our.way to denounce white supremacy so.november's election.is an opportunity for us to make a.choice to pick democracy.true representative democracy and.decouple this concept of white supremacy.that has been embedded in our democracy.for far too long.and with that we're gonna have to leave.it there derek johnson president and ceo.of the naacp.thank you very much for coming on.washington post live today.and just know jonathan i put my pocket.square in just for you.very good and nice line very nice line.great to see you derek thank you.and thank you for tuning in to.washington post.live next week we have a packed schedule.of programming.including interviews with former.secretary of state hillary clinton.u.n high commissioner for human rights.michelle bashley.and former fbi director james.comey you can register to watch these.interviews and more at.washingtonpostlive.com.i'm jonathan k part opinion writer for.the washington post.thank you very much for tuning in to.washington post live.

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It's best to ask homeschoolers in your state. Every state has different laws. What works in one may not work in another. This looks like the information you need: Notice of Intent (NOI)

Can I use broker statements to fill out form 8949 instead of a 1099-B?

You can but it would be wise to wait. Your broker will be sending a copy of the 1099-B that they send to you to the IRS also. The IRS will be checking to make sure your reported numbers match up with your brokers. If you make a mistake and have to file an amended return this could end up costing you additional filing fees depending on how you are having your return prepared. We typically advise clients to wait. We’ll use broker statements if there is a legitimate issue getting the broker to send the 1099-B.

Do military members have to pay any fee for leave or fiancee forms?

First off there are no fees for leaves or requests for leave in any branch of the United States military. Second there is no such thing as a fiancée form in the U.S. military. There is however a form for applying for a fiancée visa (K-1 Visa)that is available from the Immigration and Customs Service (Fiancé(e) Visas ) which would be processed by the U.S. State Department at a U.S. Consulate or Embassy overseas. However these fiancée visas are for foreigners wishing to enter the United States for the purpose of marriage and are valid for 90 days. They have nothing to do with the military and are Continue Reading

When does a candidate have to fill out a post preference form for SSC CGL?

The post preference has been removed from the online form filling process, rather SSC may ask for your preference at the end of the selection procedure which is document verification. (it is still not official yet).

What happens to all of the paper forms you fill out for immigration and customs?

Years ago I worked at document management company. There is cool software that can automate aspects of hand-written forms. We had an airport as a customer - they scanned plenty and (as I said before) this was several years ago... On your airport customs forms, the "boxes" that you 'need' to write on - are basically invisible to the scanner - but are used because then us humans will tend to write neater and clearer which make sit easier to recognize with a computer. Any characters with less than X% accuracy based on a recognition engine are flagged and shown as an image zoomed into the particular character so a human operator can then say "that is an "A". This way, you can rapidly go through most forms and output it to say - an SQL database, complete with link to original image of the form you filled in. If you see "black boxes" at three corners of the document - it is likely set up for scanning (they help to identify and orient the page digitally). If there is a unique barcode on the document somewhere I would theorize there is an even higher likelihood of it being scanned - the document is of enough value to be printed individually which costs more, which means it is likely going to be used on the capture side. (I've noticed in the past in Bahamas and some other Caribbean islands they use these sorts of capture mechanisms, but they have far fewer people entering than the US does everyday) The real answer is: it depends. Depending on each country and its policies and procedures. Generally I would be surprised if they scanned and held onto the paper. In the US, they proably file those for a set period of time then destroy them, perhaps mining them for some data about travellers. In the end, I suspect the "paper-to-data capture" likelihood of customs forms ranges somewhere on a spectrum like this: Third world Customs Guy has paper to show he did his job, paper gets thrown out at end of shift. ------> We keep all the papers! everything is scanned as you pass by customs and unique barcodes identify which flight/gate/area the form was handed out at, so we co-ordinate with cameras in the airport and have captured your image. We also know exactly how much vodka you brought into the country. :)

How can I fill out Google's intern host matching form to optimize my chances of receiving a match?

I was selected for a summer internship 2016. I tried to be very open while filling the preference form: I choose many products as my favorite products and I said I'm open about the team I want to join. I even was very open in the location and start date to get host matching interviews (I negotiated the start date in the interview until both me and my host were happy.) You could ask your recruiter to review your form (there are very cool and could help you a lot since they have a bigger experience). Do a search on the potential team. Before the interviews, try to find smart question that you are Continue Reading

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