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you are live in the cnn newsroom, and we begin with the loss of the nba great and activist. bill russell has died at the age of 88, and in the remarkable career of the nba, he took the celtics to the championship and winning the final two as the coach. he also had the incredible legacy off of the court calling out injustices. and magic johnson said he was my idol and i looked up to him on and off of the court. he was dominant winning 11 nba championships and off of the court, he paved the way for guys like me, and michael jordan released this statement, bill russell was a pioneer as a
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champion, as the activist and paved the way for every black player who came into the league after him, and including me. the world has lost a legend and my condolences to the family and may he rest in peace. this is from the boston celtics organization, bill is a champion unlike any other, and bill's dna is woven throughout the celtics organization with relentless pursuit, and from the individual glory to the commitment of social justice and civil rights on and off of the court. andy shoals is taking a look at bill russell's life and career. >> i took basic skills and egotistically speaking, i think they had the best command of all of the skills in basketball as a package of anyone who has ever played. >> reporter: the champion of champions, bill russell played
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the best of anybody in nba history, and he had one thing on his mind -- winning. >> one thing i loved to do was to be back on defense by myself and have a three-on-one coming to me, and i loved that. because over half of the time i could stop it. i brought defense to a level where it was as important or more important than offense. but my defense was part of the offense. >> reporter: the 12-time all-star for the boston celtics revolutionized the game with the shot-blocking ability, but he put greater value on the victories than the individual numbers. >> if i am really going to be a great team player, i have to be willing to disappear sometime, and be out there without you knowing that i am out there. >> reporter: russell was not always a force on the court, and he took the only scholarship that he was offered to the university of san francisco. in the span of one year, he won a ncaa championship, olympic goal medal and nba title, and he
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credits much of his success in life to his parents. >> the first thing i remember is that my mother and father loved me. she said, you must always be willing to fight for yourself. never be a victim. that is the way vii have conducd my life is that i have avoided as much as possible being a victim. >> reporter: russell is a private person who wanted nothing to do with stirring trouble, but with the racial tension, trouble was all around him, whether he liked it or not, and he used his fame as a backer of the civil rights movement. >> i contributed a great deal to the game, and the game contributed as much to my life as i did or maybe a little more. i came here and i lived and i died, and this is what happened [ laughter ] i had a good time [ laughter ] >> and the nba commissioner adam silver has put out a statement
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honoring bill russell. he was the greatest champion in all of sports, and he had the qualitys of the inclusion, and it is stamped into the dna of our league. and also from barack obama who honored russell with the presidential medal of freedom, and as tall as bill russell stood, his legacy is rising higher as a person, and bill knew what it took to lead on and off of the court, and he is the greatest champion on and off of the court, and he was a civil rights trail blazer standing with dr. king and muhammad ali, and his activism never stopped him, and i learned so much about the way he played, coach and lived his life. and now, joining us by phone is bob costas, and bob, it is hard to say much more than that,
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because he towered over professional sports. >> yes, he is the greatest winner in the history of american team sports which is not necessarily the same thing as the greatest player, but he played 13 nba season, and the celtics won the championship 11 time, and he was part of the american olympic team, and his team won back-to-back ncaa championships at the university of san francisco, and no one can match that, and statistically he can't match michael jordan or lebron or the contemporary wilt cha chamberlain or kareem abdul-jabbar, but certainly, nobody can match him, because he was the first head coach or manager in professional team sports in america when red auerbach stepped aside as the coach of the celtics, he named bill the player/coach of the team, and this is several years before frank robinson became the
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manager in cleveland. as your other correspondents have mentioned, bill was part of the first wave, that first post-jackie robinson wave of activist athletes, and maybe you recall this picture, jim, and it is quite famous when mohammad ali had the title stripped from him in the 1960s, there is a summit of prominent black athlete, and you will see ali sitting there in the middle with the young kareem abdul-jabbar and maybe lou alcindor then, and jim brown is alongside him, and bill russell, and arthur ashe is not in the picture, but he is part of it, and tommy carlos, and someone made the point a few moments ago, that when those athletes stepped out, and made statements, there was great peril. it cost them in terms of their careers, and it cost them in terms of the potential violence
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and vandalism, and it is much difference than someone putting out a tweet in a social media world. they truly were trail blazers. if i may say so, i got a text a short while ago from jim brown. he said that bill was more than a friend. over five decades of our relationship, he was my brother. he had a brilliant mind and unique humor and infectious laugh. one should be so grateful to have one friend in life like bill russell, and that is what jim brown considered to be the greatest running back in history to think of him, and so just as a sidenote if you ever listen to bill russell, and he had that cackling laugh, and when something was genuinely funny, and i said, you know, bill, nobody enjoys their material
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better than you do. and he would say something that he thought was funny, and he would just crack up, and that is part of his personality, and he would crack up. >> you are absolutely right. and they were so heroic, and a part of the professional athletes in thatte t era that changed the world, and one thing that people would forget that russell experienced such racism that even in boston, he decided to have his jersey retired away from fans, and to think back on that, it is incredible what he did go through in life. it was just a remarkable life well lived. >> yeah, one would like to believe even then the vast majority of the fans were appreciative and respectable, but there is an element that certainly was not. his home was vandalize and one thing that is true of bill
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russell and anybody who has a universal view of justice and humanity, and he took the people as they came as individuals, and so his teammates be they black or white, that is a real brotherhood. there waskconnection between cousy and russell and havlicek and bill russell and casey jones and bill russell and a bond between red auerbach and bill russell to the point that when they were both stopped being active in the game, they wrote a book, and a jewish guy who was from the east coast, and a black guy who became his star from the west coast, and the book was about their shared experiences and how much they had in common which is ultimately the goal as we struggle through still as we struggle through these issues is of race in the country, the idea that we can see each other ultimately as individuals and appreciate one another if it is
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deserved as individuals. >> and he famously boycotted an exhibition game in the '60s and led mississippi's first integrated basketball camp, and became the league's first black coach, and all of that culminating with him receiving the first presidential medal of honor, and reading tweets from michael jordan and magic johnson and he paved the way. >> he was among those who paved the way no question about it. something else that may seem trivial in light of his role in society, but as a player, he had one of the great rivalries with wilt chamberlain, and wilt had all of the statistical records and his team only won two championships and bill's won 11, but they were actually very close friends. i was lucky enough to interview them together once just a couple of years before wilt's untimely death of 1963 in the late 1990s,
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and their affection -- death at age 63 in the late 1990s and they were giants both figur figuratively and literally, and nobody could have understood each other and they were giants in the history of sports. >> and bob, you mentioned your interactions with bill russell, and your sense of the man? >> well s, he demanded respect d you had to win his respect. he came to you with an open mind, but he did not suffer fools. he was his own man, and he had to be, because that is the way he grew up. so my sense of him is that he lived an epic american life and that his significance as a
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player, even if he never spoke up about another issue puts him in the pantheon of great american athletes, but when you consider the totality of the life along with the athletic achievements, it is going to resonate for a long, long time. >> what a remarkable life and example for the players who came after it, and bill russell has died at the age of 88. bob costas, thank you so much. we appreciate it. >> thank you, jim. and now on the cnn with the breaking news we are remembering another african-american this time from the world of entertainment, and if you are a trekkie fan, you will remember her from the original cast of "star trek" and original cast and her mate george takei
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tweeted this out, she was one of a kind. >> reporter: before ininichelle nichols starred in "star trek" she released a cover on epic records "why don't you do right." it was playing "star trek's" lieutenant o'hara where she was a groundbreaking role for an african-american woman in 1966 wildly considered a woman of color was not portraying a servant on tv. she was the chief communications officer and fourth in command on board the "enterprise."
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>> i did not find out i was fourth in command until the second season. nobody told me [ laughter ] >> reporter: nichols actually thought about leaving after the first season, and the show's creator gene roddenberry tried to get her to stay but it was another person who finally convinced her to stay. martin luther king. >> you cannot leave. you have a role that is such dignity and it is powerful. you cannot leave. >> reporter: another landmark in the turbulent '60s, the first scripted interracial kiss on tv in 1968. >> we heard that some southern stations might cut it out. >> it changed television forever, and it changed the way that people looked at one
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another. if they, if two of their favorite actors can battle through it, and come through on top, why can't everybody. >> reporter: the show ended in 1969, but it endured for years in syndication, and at conventions attended by devoted trekkies. in 1964 she published her a autobuyiograph autobiographies. and she even worked with nasa to increase diversity in the space program. >> i had the privilege of recruiting the first women and minorities and astronauts in the space program. >> reporter: her strength and beauty and commitment to equal
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president biden in isolation at the white house, because the president is still testing positive for the covid virus. he initially tested positive a week ago, but he resumed public appearance, and they say that he is feeling well and he is going to continue to work from the executive residence. senator joe manchin is causing some whiplash these days, and when asked if president biden should run for a second term he said this -- >> i am not involved in a next election, because i am working
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with him and the administration to the best of my ability to help the people of west virginia and the people of this country. >> and now, joining me with the host of pbs firing line margaret hover and jack avalon the author of the book "lincoln and the peace men." and so i feel like i need a jar for every time there is peace with him, and so what do you believe is happening? >> well, i believe that with the economic bill with what is coming up with schumer and manchin, it is smart because each element has over 70% approval with the american people, and democratic items
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like reducing prescription drugs and also revenue to pay down the deficit and the debt, and it is impactful plan and good for political future. >> and you can keep a secret in washington, and now they can count, and they have 50 and not 60 or 70, and so they figured out that schumer realized he has to work with manchin to help get something done rather than shooting for the moon and getting nothing, they can get something to run on, and so they can count. >> and besides if kyrsten sinema is not on board, and that would be political malpractice if she is not. >> and so i learned how a democratic candidate michael yang said that they are
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appealing to common sense voters, and james carville had something to say about that with common sense, and this is is what he said. >> i think that the nation of washington as a stupid idea, and this is standing out as a stupid idea. ralph nader basically elected george bush in 2000 and jill stein basically elected donald trump in 2016, and this is going to be offloading a democratic cand candidate, and it is hey, look at me, and it is performance art, and to say the least, i am not a fan of this effort. >> yeah, guys, this for party of andrew yang is causing heartburn for democrats, because it is
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what may put donald trump in office for four more year, and what do you think? well, you are the third-party guy, john avalon. >> well, i am the card-carrying centrist, and i understand why carville is tfrustrated, becaus i understand what andrew yang and christine todd whitman did, and that is because the parties are extremely right, and democratic is left, and americans believe there is room for a third party, and if they are running, it would be better for the states and not presidential, and it is far more impactful, and they do depend on the moderates to get elected, but there is a failure of the politics and someone to stake out the common ground. >> and like the best, and what is the intentions and a paved road to hell, and you can't quite think of it right now, but
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i am with carville on this, because it could be a spoiler in the presidential elector, and if it is a center right, it is different than a center left. >> i am old enough ross perot helping bill clinton get elected. >> well, that is not the case, and we won't nerd out on that one. >> we will geek out after the show. and this is a serious development, and this is the one that gets under my skin. victor orban is to have a speech in which he argued for the country to have an argument for racial purity, and one of the aides quit likened it to a pure ngng
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nazi speech, and he said, when we cancel, this is the judge, and jury of the speech, and this is the fascism they always charge, and the sooner we find the truth, and that statement is obviously ridiculous, but the danger of bringing orban to the united states for a summit -- i am overstating it? this sounds like an extremely bad idea. >> it is a bad idea for a lot of reasons, but look, it is, nobody is silencing matt shlap, and they are not silencing cpac, and so is that the good look for the right of the country? do we want racial purity? i am going with no. i would challenge us to see if that is the conversation that they have at cpac if they are
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rigorously considering victor orban's statement on racial purity. >> he has a cheering section on the far right, and that is why he is invited and not to see if they agree or disagree, but when you invite him, it is to have a statement, and to say otherwise, it is disingenuous. >> and to fan boy on the far right, it is -- i don't get it, and draw me a picture, because i don't understand why it continues on. and john avalon and margaret hoover, and unfortunately, we are out of time. >> thank you. and now, russia is demanding another prisoner for brittney griner and paul whelan, and this time, a convicted murderer. and an 8:15 callll with san francisco. anand you can find him,
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cnn has exclusively learned that the trade for two americans has hit a snag. to release brittney griner and paul wheelen, russia wants not only to free the russian arms dealer known as the dealer of death, they also want germany to free another murder. is russia playing a game? >> it is to point out that
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russia is a rogue state, and that the people arrested in germany and the united states are legitimately criminals, and one is a notorious arms dealer who broke all kinds of laws, and these are not political prisoners. the case of the americans in prison is much more unclear, and as far as i can tell, they were taken precisely to allow for these kinds of prisoner swaps. these are not the case of two countries taking spies and trading them off. the russians are asking that the americans really release criminals. it is not a surprise, i suppose at this point, but it is a very sad reminder that russia is now really operating outside of the bounds of any kind of rule-based international system. >> and another example of that, and i want to turn to the war in ukraine, because the russian embassy caused a uproar, and you perhaps saw this by releasing a
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statement by a resident of mariopol. >> well, i think it is because it is difficult to ferret it out, and it is the kind of campaign that russia has been waging in ukraine. it is violated in ukraine, and trying to engage in the war of annexation, and the method by which they are doing it is going back to the war and before, and bombing civilian location, and destroying them, and it is not even indiscriminate killing, but
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it is to say they rk a ul chly targeting the civilians and when they go in to take a country, there is an account of this in the washington post called filtration where they shoot the ones they think that are not loyal enough, and give the ones that they believe are loyal to them, and then they have a huge propaganda operation that is all premised, and a good example of having a single man in charge with all of the weirdnesses is a bad idea, and the whole propaganda warfare is based on putin's idea of denazification that they were led by nazis, and they have to keep showing they that are de-ngde-nazifying.
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>> and fareed, this is on my mind, as nancy pelosi is talking about her trip to asia, and there is a question if she is going to be going to tiwian, and become the highest official to go there in 25 years, and right now, her itinerary is not mentioning taiwan, and now, the biden administration may not be in favor of this, but at the same time, shouldn't she be allowed to go visitaiwan because she has a huge constituency there? >> yes, it is a huge democratic country, and she has a co-equal branch, and taiwan is a very big part of america's strategic
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presence there, but yet, your point is valid, and don't be naive here, and this is not the case of going to the go tourist hopping in asia, and should i stop in taiwan, because it is a consequential decision, and only one other speaker of the house went there, and it was a big deal then when china was much less strong, and so, i would have hoped that it could have been worked out then, and so it was a concerted action, and so that it would have been the foreign policy and one that would have been advantageous for
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the white house, and for the security council and say that even though i know that nancy pelosi is a tough lady and she did not get to where she got to by rolling over, but i would have hoped some coordination to say, do it on our term, and at a timing of our choice, and not, you know, as part of the accidental trip that has been taken possibly as nancy pelosi's last trip as house speaker. >> and fareed, you have spoken out how the supreme court has become so political in recent months, and i am curious what you thought about this remark from justice alito about the overturning of roe v. wade. >> we had the honor of this term of writing i think only the supreme court decision in the history of that institution that
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has been lambasted by a whole string of foreign leaders. one of these was former prime minister boris johnson. but he paid the price [ laughter ] what really wounded me was when the duke of sussex addressed the united nation, and seemed to compare the decision whose name may not be spokewen the rush attack on ukraine. >> fareed, you know, it sounds like justice alito is just needling the critics here making light of a serious situation here in the u.s., and people are justifiably outraged by what is going on here in the supreme court right now. >> it is much worse than that, jim, because it is damaging the court's legitimacy. and one of the things that has kept the court's legitimacy over time has been a sense of dignity
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and majesty and the justices are doing what they are doing for serious constitutional reasons, and they don't pay attention to the chitter chatter, and the decision, and that is why cameras are not allowed in the court, and why else are nine people allowed to make decisions that affect 540 million people's lives, and why else? because they behave themselves, and they behave in accordance with the dignity and the majesty of the court. and what a leader did behaving like a cheap, like a commentator, and not a particularly good one at that, was frankly disgusting, and it was the most undignified supreme
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court justice that i have seen in my lifetime, and i don't think that any of the predecessors would have done it. it is scandalous, and there is not a disciplining procedure, but if john roberts wants to fulfill the role of chief justice, he should call justice alito in and saying why this damage is not just alito who looks like an idiot, but it is damaging the court, and makes it look less dignified and less cerebral in this country that is in extraordinary power. >> right. i don't think that founders intended for a supreme court justices to take the vegas act on the road which is what the justice sounded like there. fareed zakaria, i appreciate it. more rain is expected in kentucky, where they certainly don't need it. we will go therere next for a le look next in the n newsroom.
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>> it is full-on search and rescue in kentucky with the flooding. the governor is warning that the number is going to go higher. in perry county alone, 50 bridges are completely washed out according to the official there. many of the residents have no water or power and one family is stuck on their own property blocked by an entire house that washed on to the road, and scenes of bravery are beginning to emerge, a man and his uncle were trapped in the home as waters were rising. a witness across the road heard the cries for help, and first responders were alone, and they began to film when a stranger appeared out of nowhere, and a unidentified man drifts across
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and guides the family of three across the waters and within 30 min min minutes, they were all safe, and the identity of the man is not known. so evan, i can see the rain coming down behind you, and that cannot be safe there, evan. what is happening around you? >> yes, the sound that you hear is the emergency broadcasting system saying that there is an emergency flash flood warning. and those warnings have been going off, and it is not clear how much rain there is going to be, but the fears are part of life today, and even as the county is starting to dig out quickly, and get themselves sort of stable quickly before a massive heat wave comes through tuesday. and now i wanted to show you
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what that is looking line. we have a camera up on top of the satellite truck. i am at the knott county sports complex, where you would come to shoot some hoops or play some video games or something like that, and it is converted into a relief station. huge pallets of water coming in, and food, and people coming in to grab them all day long, and the folks here lost everything, and they are trying to give themselves some semblance of normalcy back, and as you can see while they are doing that, they are once again dealing with rain, and the problem here is that there are power and water problems and this relief center here, it does not have relief, jim. >> that picture that you are showing us moments ago, the camera mounted on top of the truck there, wow, you can see the rain coming down and just make it miserable for the folk, and not just the folks
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live in the cnn newsroom, and live in washington, and today, the world has lost two trail blazers, nba star bill russell and "star trek" actress initi nischelle nicnichols, and bill russell's accolades in basketball are unmatched, but he also made an impact off of the


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