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building a better bay area for a safe and secure future, this is abc news. >> i will fight. i will fight. i will fight. >> on the steps of the supreme court a second day of tributes to the late supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg, leading the crowd in a chant,
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senator elizabeth warren, just one of many at the center of an already white hot debate over exactly when ginsburg's seat will be filled and by who. good morning, everyone. it's sunday, september 20th. i'm liz kreutz. thank you for joining us. we're going to get right to that senate battle that's shaping up. first as always a quick check of the weather. people are wondering about the potentially smoky conditions today. lisa, good morning. >> i smelled it yesterday but there was a little bit of haze out there, air quality went from good to moderate for some, and we'll be going in the other direction today, moderate and will be getting better for those of you who perhaps have the less than ideal air quality right now. live doppler 7, little fog out there. looking at temperatures in the 50s and 60s in the east bay, 56 in dublin, 59 in concord. lots of fog in pacifica, can't see a thing there, 54 in novato and santa rosa. it's cool where the fog is dense, two to seven degrees cooler this morning around the bay and moderate air quality from vacaville, concord to napa. this is on the edge of being better.
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it's really not that bad at all. livermore, talking about moderate as well as san jose, so we've got a warm up in store today. especially inland, low 90s, we'll see a hazy sky to start and then that increasing onshore flow. a look at the fall week ahead next. liz? >> lisa, thank you. the tireless devotion to justice came to an end friday for ruth bader ginsburg, dying at the age of 87 from complications of pancreatic cancer. she leaves behind two children, several grandchildren and quite the legacy. the nation is remembering her for being an advocate of women's rights and her civility and this morning the attention turns to a new possible nominee. president trump says he's announce his pick as soon as this week and likely a woman, who fills the seat. abc learns amy coney barrett is the leading contender for the job. abc's karina mitchell has more. ♪ >> reporter: tributes pouring in
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across the u.s. for former supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg, from the supreme court to baseball games to flags flying at half staff, one of her former clerks remembering her fondly. >> having honor to serve her on the supreme court but to do it with justice ginsburg was a dream come true. already an idol of mine from her work as a him's rights advocate and she left a lasting impression. >> landmarks across her state of new york lit up in blue, the color of justice. governor andrew cuomo announcing a statue in justice ginsburg's hometown of brooklyn as the battle to fill her seat ratchets up. at a rally saturday in north carolina, president trump praising her work but vowing to we will uphol justice. under the law for citizens of every race, color, religion and creed. i will b
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it will be a woman. >> majority leader mitch mcconnell issuing a statement saying "president trump's nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the united states senate." a reversal of his 2016 position when he refused to consider 'obama's nominee, merritt goreland, after justice scalia died that february. in the meantime, joe biden emphasizing the importance of the presidential election saying the supreme court is on the ballot and the outcome will impact everything from health care to civil rights. karina mitchell, abc news, new york. hundreds of protesters spent saturday afternoon gathered outside of senate majority leader mitch mcconnell's home in louisville, kentucky. >> we are demanding that just like during the obama administration, he waits and lets the next president decide
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the supreme court pick. even if he's not home, that we show in numbers that kentucky is not what people think that we are. we do care and we do want change. >> protesters remain mostly on the sidewalk, but police moved in after officers say some moved into the street. california's two senators will be major figures when president trump puts up a nominee. here is what abc 7 news contributor and "san francisco chronicle" insider phil mattier had to say about senator kamala harris' role in the process. >> kamala harris is on the judiciary committee. she grilled brett kavanaugh. remember those? it was historic. what does she do now especially if it's a woman that's put as a nominee? do you go after character or do you hold back? >> as the democratic vp nominee, senator harris says if she and joe biden fill a seat, there try to put up a black female. senator dianne feinstein, the top ranking democrat on the judiciary committee will lead the democrats' strategy to delay or stop republicans push to confirm a trump pick. happening today, a sunday memorial for justice ginsburg
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will be held in front of san francisco city hall at 11:00 a.m. masks and social distancing are required. in santa rosa yesterday, people gathered in the old courthouse square to honor justice ginsburg with a candlelight vigil. they reflected on the justice's immense impact on american life through her decisions on the bench and her passing has brought up strong emotions for both liberals and conservatives in the bay area. abc 7's reporter cornell barnard spoke with ginsburg's former law clerk. >> i'm devastated for our country. we have lost a national treasure. >> reporter: uc law professor amanda tyler reflecting on the life of an american icon, justice ruth bader ginsburg. >> she was my idol. she was incredibly kind. >> reporter: just last year professor tyler hosted a talk on the cal campus with justice ginsburg, ye honor of being ginsburg's law clerk at the supreme court. >> it was incredibly inspiring to be able to watch her at work, and to work with her on opinions and other matters of the court,
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and to learn from her. >> reporter: there areributes hailing ginsburg'soras a chamon of equalityn e gh court. >> she was a feminist icon. >> reporter: congresswoman jackie speier says one of her most treasured processions is this handwritten note from ginsburg. >> we sent her a necklace to wear as a collar and she sent me a note back and i have it framed in my office. >> reporter: her death just weeks before the presidential election triggers an epic political about the ale, the ideological balance of the court hanging in the balance. >> she is a legend. >> reporter: bay area attorney and co-chair of the republican national lawyers association armete dylan says naming ginsburg's replacement should go forward. >> now the president is going to namm nate her successor and i support him in that regard as well. >> reporter: the president could nominate someone in the coming days. senator republicans are vowing confirmation but democrats are
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saying not so fast. in san francisco, cornell barnard, abc 7 news. >> and we have posted the president's short list of supreme court nominees on our website, also how justice ginsburg's hometown of brooklyn plans to honor her, that's all at happening today, the archbishop of san francisco is going to be leading a demonstration demanding that churches be allowed to reopen in the city. the free the mass protest will include processions from three different parishes, all will cor'deleone. at 11:00, multiple masses outside in protest and they plan to do social distancing and wear masks. now that comes as we approach passing two major markers in the fight against coronavirus. the virus now claiming the lives of nearly 200,000 people in the united states, but there is good news, the cdc says transmission is either on the decline or stable.
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here in california, the seven-day positivity rate is just 3%, which indicates the spread is slowing, that it really is good news but yesterday, total bay area cases since the start of the pandemic surpassed 100,000. more than 1,400 people have died in california. the majority of cases and deaths in the bay area are in santa clara county and alameda county, and even with those somber figures, local health experts say there are some signs of improvement. hospital officials in santa clara county say that they are seeing a decrease in the number of hospitalizations. the county emergency operations center s has helped that. cleve jones is a bay area activist who founded the aids quilt project and said there are parallels between the pandemics. >> both pandemics emerged with a president in the white house who completely failed to perceive the gravity of the situation. >> he doesn't just fault white house but state and local governmed
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life-saving rescue you're only going to see on system almost ended trannically for a father and his young son. the two hiking at the top of a cliff and the ground began to give way. eric thomas takes you through that rescue. >> reporter: abc 7 news captured the scene as san francisco firefighters rappelled about 70 feet down the sandy cliff to lift the toddler and his father back to safety. he and his son were just enjoying nature. >> just hiking around and you take one wrong turn and next thing the sand leaves your feet and next thing you know you're halfway down a cliff. it happens fast. >> reporter: he suffered pain to his foot. his son was not hurt. the man used his cell phone to call 911. >> this is more about getting my son in a safe situation, that's all that matters.
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>> reporter: once the youngster was safe, firefighters went back for his dad, a fire department spokesman says the two wandered off the trail looking to get to the beach below. >> although this resulted in no injuries and a successful rescue, it could also result in injuries or death. we ask that you please stay on the trails. >> reporter: but most importantly, the ending was a happy one. >> you did a good job. you want to sit up on that? >> reporter: eric thomas, abc 7 news. >> we are lucky and happy they are safe and were able to be rescued. all right, lisa, a check of the weather outside, a little smokier today maybe? >> we have a little bit of smoke with moderate air quality from the east bay to the south bay. a live look outside from the golden gate, the airuas good and the rule for the later part of the afternoon as we get better air pushing into the bay, compliments of a pretty generous sea breeze. we'll talk about that, the coupler autumn weather ahead and the warmer weather as we get
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towards the end of the week. that's all next. >> r, sa, thanyou. a neighborhood crew of fire cleaners, meet the team making sure their homes are safe from fire season in the east bay hills. plus continuing coverage on continuing coverage on the death of justice ruth bader ginsburg with a special one on one interview happening with speaker nancy pelosi this hey, my twitter is blowing up! dear jack box, bring back the spicy chicken strips, still waiting for the spicy chicken strips, so many about spicy chicken strips. wow, i hear you. so i'm bringing back my juicy 100% all-white meat spicy chicken strips combo for only $5.99! we've learned a lot more about the covid-19 virus. it's real. and it's dangerous. so, on behalf of all of us working on the front lines, please take it seriously. and while we don't yet have a cure or a vaccine, we do know how to keep you and your loved ones safe. wear a mask. wash your hands. stay six feet apart. do your best to stay out of crowded spaces. and get a flu shot, it's even more important this year.
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the tunnel beneath market. scientific forecasts estimate that could happen as soon as 2050. all right, in the east bay, this year's disastrous fire season is actually pushing some people out of their homes in the oakland hills to make sure their neighborhood is fire safe for neighborhood is fire safe for neighborhood is fire safe for this fall. they got a grant and permission from the city's arborist and vegetation management supervisor to remove hundreds of problem trees. luz pena hose you how they're doing. >> reporter: if a tree falls in the forest and no one is around, does it make a sound? in this case, oakland hills residents want to hear more of this as we approach the peak of the fire season. >> we live in this and we could see the danger. >> reporter: former bay news personality and oakland hills resident wis ons to help oakland's vegetation management. >> that area came from the tiablow fire safe council which
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serves alameda and contra costa county and they give out small grants and you match it with volunteer hours which say cool thing. in grant came from the california fire foundation. >> reporter: we tagged along with ed evans in the fuel management and tree business for 30 years. now he's seen an increase of dry vegetation. >> we had several dead trees in this area, and they were leading up the hill. >> reporter: his team clears three to four acres in a matter of days. here is an example of that, over 200 trees were removed. their plan is to prevent overcrowding of smaller trees, a process that will continue with more grants. they are increasing the efforts of these communityembers. itas v toedtion in th fl load slows that spread
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>> it's a start. if more people get interested and get involved. >> reporter: in oakland, luz pena, abc 7 news. powerful winds have fueled a flare-up of the bobcat fire in the san gabriel mountains north of los angeles. that one exploded to 93,000 acres, just 15% containment now. fresno county cal fire is starting to lift some evacuation orders in the creek fire. the fire has burned nearly 272,000 acres with 25% containment. the largest in state history is the august complex, now at nearly 834,000 acres, just massive fire in the mendocino national forest, containment is at 31%. firefighters have been pushed really to their limits, for months the wildfire season.
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this week after logging another 14-hour shift one crew found the energy to muster up a song. ♪ take me out to the fire, take me out to the lodge ♪ >> love this. these oregon firefighters have been battling the lion shed fire for weeks. 20 have been on the front lines for nearly 60 days. first in california, and now in oregon. >> said hey, boss, we want to you hear something. this is too good. i pulled out my phone and i was like do it one more time, this is the most fun thing i've heard in a minute. >> the head of the crew says they are exhausted but they're doing well. we're so thankful for our firefighters, lisa, and not over yet. many months to go in fire season. >> you're right. good camaraderie there for sure. good morning, everyone. we are looking at pretty nice day, although you may have noticed the haze, the moderate air quality throughout the afternoon and it's with us this
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morning from the east bay to the south bay, it's going to take you through the afternoon and the overnight hours to really get back to our green zone for everyone. live lop der 7 right ndoppler 7 of low clouds about 600, 700 feet, zero advivisibility from moon bay southward. plenty of storms headed toward the pacific northwest that will influence our weather to start the work week for cooler air and end the work week but behind it we're watching for perhaps some much warmer weather and drier conditions. 59 in oakland. 62 in hayward. it's 57 in fremont, with 61 in san jose, napa checking in at 56 and it's been cool throughout the mornings and today no different with three to six degrees cooling from hayward to oakland. certainly feeling like fall out there. the golden gate bridge visibility looking pretty good so warmer day today for most of you, in fact you'll notice it particularly inland, around the
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livermore valley, autumn arrives tuesday and it will be breezy and cooler as we get into the early part of the week. middle of the week looks nice and by the end of the week, another system wants to visit us. yellows indicate moderate air quality where we sort of went yesterday afternoon with the northerly winds out of the north, will continue to lighten up. as they do the moderate air and smoke staying in place until we get a stronger onshore push and that is going to happen later on today. so it has been pretty good in fremont and redwood city, now deteriorating in san jose and livermore. santa cruz not bad, so we will look for the sea breeze to remain on the light side. notice the fog just set up along the san mateo coast today. this is your monday, and little change and here comes the system to the north of us bringing maybe a few high clouds, cooling us back, more generous onshore push for the start of the week. here we are today that first system riding to the north of us into monday and tuesday, so
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that's our cooldown, then we sort of stabilize wednesday and thursday, but here's the next system late thursday, it allows us to see a slight chance of showers in northern california friday, maybe some drizzle into saturday and looks like that northerly wind sets up next weekend. so we'll watch that for you. 73 in san francisco. look for around maybe 80 in oakland, close to it. 90 for new concord. 81 in fremont. 84 in napa. santa cruz warming up to about 80 degrees, morgan hill 90. the accuweather seven-day forecast we still have some haze, and that's particularly in a north and east bay, you have it in the south bay, not a lot but enough that you'll notice it. air quality gets better later today through monday, and then fall arrives with cooler weather, middle of the week looks quiet and comfortable. the end of the week, that weak system could give us maybe some mist and drizzle and then it looks like aho weekend maybe for the last weekend of september.
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liz? >> all right, lisa, thank you. just ahead the prime time emmys still bringing the heat tonight on abc. >> i guess we have ourselves a reckoning. >> no money no, education. >> well below market but it's really not about the money. >> we've all been watching plenty of it. next, why the first hollywood awards show and the
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keep safe and keep it golden. dan harris is telling us what is coming up next on "good morning america." president trump says the nominee to replace justice ruth bader ginsburg will be a woman. what impact will this have on the presidential election? the american academy of pediatrics releases new safety guidance for student athletes and david ortiz talks about his own battle with the virus. finally the tropical storm
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swirling in the gulf preparing to slam texas with high winds and heavy rai rob has the latest coming up on "gn "gma." we'll see you soon. happening tonight the 72nd anual prime time emmy awards happening right here on abc 7. jimmy kimmel is back as host for the show that's dropping the red carpet this year and going all virtual. more than 100 cameras are set up across the country for tonight as the a-listers will come to us live from their homes. this morning, abc news reporter rena roy has more on what we can expect from what's sure to be a very unique awards show. >> reporter: like much of 2020 the annual emmy awards will be unlike any other but the show must go on with a-listers lounging at home instead of strutting down the red carpet. >> the producers are promising plenty of mistakes. i think they're actually hoping that this is so raw, so live that you never know what's going to happen. >> reporter: jimmy kimmel returns as host for the third
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time but this year's event marks the first major hollywood awards >> no one goes home a loser. they'll already be at home. >> reporter: and it will be no small feat to pull off with more than 100 cameras coming in live from all over. dozens of stars tuning in across the globe. >> when somebody wins an emmy, there will be no clapping. there will be no fake laughs after my monologue jokes. no one really knows what's going to work. we'll expect some real crazy moments, where people do things that they're not expected to do. >> reporter: leading the list of nominees hbo's "watchmen." >> i guess we have ourselves a reckoning. >> reporter: the hit show earning a whopping 26 nods, including best limited series, four out of six directing nods in that category went to women including maria schrader for netflix's "orthodox" and posthumous to lynn shelton for "little fires everywhere."
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>> well below market but it's really not about the money. >> reporter: out of 102 acting nominees a record number of 35 are black, including billy porter, sterling k. brown and issa ray. >> i think the report card on inclusion and representation this year is mixed. the good news, we are seeing progress. >> reporter: amazon comedy "the marvelous mrs. maisel" is the next most nominated series with 20, followed by netflix's ozark with 18. rena roy, abc news, new york. >> and you can watch the 2020 emmy awards tonight at 5:00 p.m. here on abc 7. if you miss any, it will run again at 8:00. much more on the next half 7 mornings," including details on that exclusive interview with house speaker nancy pelosi on the life of justice ruth bader ginsburg. plus tiktok says thousands of u.s. jobs are on the way, saved last second from a sunday ban. and one town in hawaii is confused over one aspect of covid-19. why neighbors are now frustrated with what police are doing
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there. plus -- >> my first thought is third world country. >> i don't know if it's a she or a he. >> you can't tell anything. >> do you know bias when you see it? see what we found when we put people to the perception test and see if you could pass.
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building a better bay area for a safe sean secure future, this is abc 7 news. good morning, everybody. it's sunday, september 20th. we'll start this half hour with a look at the morning to you. we have moderate air quality. you may have noticed that yesterday in the north bay, also into the east bay. a bit of haze out there, maybe a smell of the smoke. this is a live look here and you'll notice that we have the colorful sunrise and that is indicative of some of that haze and poor air quality. 56 in mountain view. 61 in san jose. san francisco at 59 and a look down in san jose where it looks to be a little bit hazy,
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moderate air quality, 54 santa rosa, it is 57 in livermore and we have some fog along the coast there. another cool start to the day, five degrees cooler half moon bay. six degrees cooler in oakland. in oakland, concord and napa, livermore, where the haze has been settling in since the overnight hours as well as san jose. the onshore flow is going to bring in the better air quality, going to take throughout the afternoon, though, talking warmer day today in the 90s inland. we'll talk about the fall week ahead in a few minutes. >> thank you. >> all right, lisa, thank you. this morning, tributes continue to come in from around the world and the country for the late supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg, who died friday at the age of 87. her death has rocked the political world. the flag remai ata at the supre the base of the supreme court steps. all weekend we've heard countless stories and reflections on rbg's impact on both the young and old. >> she was the moral beacon when
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america felt lost and i firmly believe we would not be where we are today without her. >> house speaker nancy pelosi wrote "every woman and girl and therefore every family in america has benefitted from her brilliance." governor andrew cuomo announced new york will honor the late justice with a statue in her hometown of brooklyn, new york and coming up ahead on "this week" speaker pelosi of san francisco will talk with george stephanopolous to discuss justice ginsburg's legacy and the political battle to fill her supreme court seat. republican senator ted cruz of texas will also join the show. you can watch it coming up at 8:00 a.m. after "gma." to the buzzer-beater that saved tiktok from the sunday ban. president trump approved the deal for redwood city based oracle and walmart to take over u.s. operations. once the deal goes through, oracle and walmart will have up to a 20% share of the die knees owned byte dance group that controls tiktok and wechat. the president beliefs it brings
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nor security for consumers while boosting america's economy. >> they'll be hiring at least 25,000 people, most likely be incorporated in texas, it will be a brand new company. it will have nothing to do with any outside land, any outside country. >> the trump administration had moved to ban downloads of the tiktok and wechat apps over national security concerns and fears that user information maybe you're thinking about going hawaii soon e state jt a few eks aw from reopening foism but touris maye confus abt e heal orders inom cities. in one week, honolulu police handed out 10,000 tickets for violations and even residents don't really understand. >> we were quite confused and asked them to kind of explain and they said well you're walking in a park. >> in another case, one couple
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wa to get on their own bo.t ord city councilmember admits the rules seem random. >> just today walking into honolulu hall there were six allegedly homeless people with no masks, sitting within inches of each other, with no citations, no enforcement, no nothing. >> he's asking police to issue warnings instead. hawaii welcomes back travelers october 15th, after the show of recent negative covid tests. abc 7 news is committed to building a better bay area and a key component of that is making sure it's a better bay area for everyone through social justice. most of us especially here in the bay area pride ourselves on being open-minded, and accepting people for who they are but how good are we really at doing that? implicit or unconscious biases influence the snap judgments that we make about someone even by just looking at them. abc 7 news reporter julian
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glover put some south bay residents to the perception test and shows us how we can all be more mindful. >> reporter: what do you see when you look at me? a man, a black man, someone who has a good job because of how i'm dressed, but what if you saw me like this, how i often stress on weekends when i'm not on tv? you'd probably have a different snap judgment. it's the micromoments of judgment and perception that influence how we treat the people around us often without us know so long we set up an experiment in downtown san jose to put some people to the perception test. >> where is this going? >> reporter: abc 7 news. >> oh, crap. >> reporter: one by one i asked people what they saw looking at four stock photos i found online starting with this one. >> maybe had been in some troubles before, maybe like to me he looks like maybe a recovery person. >> reporter: do you trust this gu yeah. >> there's a little bit of an intensity in his gaze, but you can't tell anything, because if
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you imagine, you take everything off, it's just a man. >> reporter: people empathized with the blue-eyed man, saw his humanity, making little assumption about his life circumstances. then we showed this picture. >> first thought is third world country. >> is she looking for help or looking for family members or food or anything? >> reporter: back-to-back. >> might be yearning love, attention, a hug or maybe even a meal. >> reporter: a similar answer. >> maybe having access to resources, you know, looks like somebody who has a lack in that area. >> reporter: what makes you say that? >> just mainly the look in her >> why does a person, a young girl, a brown girl have to be someone from a third world country? the images that we see that are put forth in particularly in
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media really shape the perceptions. these images are very damaging. >> reporter: more on it reynolds is the executive directors of the oakland based maynard journalism for education, the oldest dedicating to portraying accurately in media. >> the good part about this though is the biases are mutable. we don't have to be a prisoner to them if we are aware that they exist and that they are within us. >> reporter: but how aware are we that these biases are within us? mae bempye could have the hood up and just might feel like there's nowhere else to go. >> happy being where he is, a hood, clear eyes, talk to me. >> like a hip-hop rapper. maybe a boxer, some type of fitness person.
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>> media has portrayed black men and black men are associated with crime, with sports, and with entertainment. so she proves that point. >> i don't think we can tell much. in the current political climate if i saw this man walking, the only thing is he's not yet images ia.wear a hood over his >> it's not right that i know they're trying to perpetuate a thing of somebody walking being somebody to fear. i don't know. it's just we all have a right to be cold. >> reporter: on our final picture a common reaction. >> well immediately i thought because of the hair, i didn't look at the rest of the outfit, i thought she was a girl but then now she's a boy, or -- at least because of the colors. >> her family could be pretty good. >> reporter: you're sure it's a girl, though?
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>> oh, sure -- no, maybe not. maybe could be a boy. >> oh. reminds me of my grandchild. she looks like, i don't know if it's a she or a he really. it's kind of hard to tell. >> reporter: each person fixated on the child's gender as a binary choice, either a girl because of the long hair or a boy because of the blue clothing, never considering the full scope of gender expression, a topic that comes up often in martin's training exercises. >> cisgender folks, the gender which you were born hadn't had to consider that. our society is so cisgender-based that it's either this binary, it's man, it's woman. >> reporter: even if while watching at home you didn't fall into the same bias traps it's important to realize we have blind spots and we must dedicate to educating ourselves. >> the reality is in order to change what we are seeing in this country that change has to come from within, and be very personal and so i would say start with self. >> reporter: so what will you do differently now?
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for abc 7 news, i'm julian glover. >> watch all of this week's coverage as we work to build a better bay area through social justice.ounecoectv as like amazon, fire, or roku tv. still ahead on "abc 7 mornings," a billboard advertising against karens in san francisco. where you're now going to see new signage in an effort to save local restaurants in the city. here is a live look at the east bay hills camera. pretty as the sun comes up on this sunday morning. it 16:40 right now. we'll be checking in with lisa on
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a new billboard is up overhead in downtown san francisco in an attempt to save local restaurants, a unique attempt. it reads "dear yelp, stop
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letting karens kill restaurants because of third party delivery app issues. it's not the restaurant's fault." the billboard was put up by the sign company radiant, the idea came after bad reviews can impact business. smaller signs are on petty cabs and taxis. radiant says the campaign is designed to encourage conversation on the issue. certainly grabbed our alength. all right, lisa, what's it going to look like today? >> it's going to be warmer today and still a little hazy out there. san francisco our sutro tower camera, 60 degrees. so we've got just a little fog but moderate air quality from the east bay to the south bay. you may be smelling a little bit of smoke, we're expecting things to improve throughout the later part of the day, and it's going to be warmer. ts, have all the detailnext alsoheiners and get back on track with their first win of season today but a familiar foe and future hall of famer stand the new comer providing the
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let's talk sports. teams 49ers face the new york jets at metlife stadium at 10:00 a.m. and the bay bridge series wraps up with the a's trying to sweep the giants for the second time this season. first pitch is at 1:10 at the oakland coliseum. yesterday the athletics once again shut down the giants' offense. here's abc 7 sports anchor chris alvarez with the highlights in morning's sports. >> the oakland a's clinched a post season birth with a win and astros loss saturday oakland entering this game.iants jesus losardo dealing seven strikeouts in six shoutout
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shutout innings. bottom of the fourth matt olson with a runner on, base hit, it's 1-0 green and gold. bottom seven, still 1-10. jake lamb two-run shot to right off sam sellman, it's 3-0 a's. tommy lastell acquired at the trade deadline, deep center, deban misplays that one. two rbi triple. a's win 6-0. oakland's magic number remains at one. two teams headed in the opposite direction in the bay area. >> we'll continue to take care of our business regardless. games still matter and we want to add momentum going into the playoffs. >> stay relaxed through this, while also understanding that time is of the essence and we need to stay on the gas pedal. we can do those two things at the same time.
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>> nhl commissioner gary bettman said he's unsure when next season might start adding he wouldn't be surprised if it starts in late december or january. everything was pushed back because of covid. stanley cup final game one, dallas and tampa bay, second period. oleksiak 2-1. time running out, joel kimaranta scores. stars win 4-1 and take a 1-0 series lead. nba playoffs. game three of the eastern conference finals. jaylen brown and boston need a win over miami. second quarter, brown with a block defense to offense. jayson tatum hryould say, wh auority. third quarter, celtics in control. brown dribble drive and score, team high 26, tatum a big game. another dunk there. 25, 14, 8. miami still leads the series 2-1. wingedngt u.s. open
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new york city. central california, bryson dechambeau even 70 in the third round. somehow gets that putt to fall and he can't believe it. here on 18, he bogeys the hole, also can't believe it. dechambeau 3 under in second place. the entire field chasing 21-year-old matthew wolff, gets that putt to fall. wolff overall leader at 5 under, one of three players under par so winged foot has played tough. that is your look at sports. send it back to you. let's get a final longer look at the weather with lisa argen. a little bit warmer today, you're saying,.>> tght, doper along the coast. the winds are on the light side, not helping us out right now. for the week ahead, we have a couple systems out in the eastern pacific that will be affecting our weather, bringing the weather into some cooler weather regimes as we get into the beginning of fall. first to start the week and then
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to end the week, then reverse the trend. san rafael it's clear, a little bit of haze, 59 san francisco as well as oakland, to the mid-50s with fog, half moon bay. 61 in san jose, and from our east bay hills camera, a little hazy, this is where you have the moderate air quality, mid-50s in novato and by the delta. 57 in livermore. that north wind still with us, that brought in the smoke from the north bay. very light, not as bad as what we had been used to, and we're still looking at the north wind about a thousand feet, mt. diablo, mt. st. helena. it continues through the first part of the day and the onshore flow takes off and will clean out the atmosphere later on tonight into your monday. skro santa cruz is 55. it's been 80 in spots, later on today so warmer for everyone especially in our inland t coast we begin a ason otuesd. temperature also fall somewhat.
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comfortable throughout most of the week but by the end of the week it's breezy, maybe mist and drizzle and then that reversal. napa moderate air quality. you noticed the haze yesterday from sonoma to napa, right now vacaville, oakland and concord, so you are just above the threshold of food air quality. it sntd' too bad. better air quality in santa cruz and that will be the trend as we get through the beginning of the work week. this is your sunday, very little fog along the coast. it continues that trend later on monday and then the system comes in from the north, that's going to deepen the marine layer, cool off our afternoon highs, and then there's a second one after that. here is the first one bringing in some rain to the pacific northwest tuesday, and then as we get into wednesday, we're quiet. thursday into friday, the next system it will bring breezy and cooler conditions behind this system, we're looking for the north winds to kick up. it will get warmer and drier most likely into the last
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weekend of september. 79 in in richmond. look for 84 in napa today and warming as we get through santa rosa, upper 80s there. 91 in livermore with 0 in morgan hill. the accuweather seven-day forecast still a little hazy, warmer today, breezy and cleaner air tomorrow, slightly cooler, even cooler still as we get into the first day of fall, and we'll keep it that way throughout the middle of the week. by the end of the week, some forecast models, liz, want to bring in a little mist and drizzle, light shower. it will be cooler and breezy, we can count on that. >> fall is here, coming. all right, lisa, thanks. up next, one of the bright cultural spots in the bay area is opening back up this week. how you can check out world famous works of freda - i'm norm. - i'm szasz. [norm] and we live in columbia, missouri. we do consulting, but we also write. [szasz] we take care of ourselves constantly; it's important.
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we know these are challenging times. rest assured, you are not alone. we've all had to adapt. and with summer here, your energy bills might go up with rising temperatures. together, we can save energy and money. try closing your shades during the day... setting your ac to 78° or higher... or cooling off with a fan when you can. united we are always stronger. stay well, california, and keep it golden. it's been a long time since the deyoung museum featured omgc
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kahlo, famed mexican artist. it had been just installed when the quarantine started. >> we have a generous loan from freda kahlo in mexico. you'll be able to see over 100 of freda kahlo's personal belongings, photographs of freda kahlo in her younger days and it introduces her family, her life, so we're able to get all the art on the walls and send our couriers back to their homes and then the museum shut down. so nobody has seen the exhibition, except for myself and a few of my colleagues and we're excited to be able to finally share it with the rest of the bay area. a trove of kahlo's personal possessions locked up for 50 years, her jewelry, her vibrant, beautiful ensembles and they are unique. she blended all of these
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different styles to make her own, what is now iconic look, as well as a number of remarkable portraits. there is the double portrait freda and diego rivera which shows them young together as a couple. i think that freda kahlo has always been very appreciated. that's one of the amazing things about her is that she calls to so many people, and the people feel very deeply connected and deeply, she's deeply beloved by so many. there also are a number of her lesser known works on view, some still life she painted inspired by her house and we have a number of really phenomenal self-portraits of hers that span her artistic career. and please come visit the museums and enjoy.
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we're very excited to have everyone come back. >> excited to check that out. ticketing information is on the museum's website, capacity is limited to 25%. masks are required. good to note the freda kahlo museum in mexico is along the deyoung to keep the exhibit for an extended run to make up for the days lost to the covid shutdown. > i visited her house in mexico, city, i'm a big fan, excited to see that and have something to do, anything to get out of the house. >> very cool, great idea. good morning, everyone, moderate air quality here in the bay area. this is a look at our exploratorium camera. we have fog along the coast, but otherwise we will be looking at improving air quality as we get through the latter part of the day, into your monday. 79 today in oakland. look for 81 in fremont, 91 a few in livermore so it's a warmup for most of you on the order of about two to six degrees. the accuweather seven-day
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forecast, breezy and cleaner air monday. fall begins on tuesday. temperature also drop off a bit and we'll look for maybe a shower chance late friday. liz? >> all right, lisa, thank you. thank you for joining us on "abc 7 mornings." i'm liz kreutz along with lisa argen. abc 7 news continues at 9:00 a.m. "good morning america" is next. we'll leave you with this pretty view from our sutro tower camera looking out over the city. have a great sunday. i
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good morning, america. the possible short list to replace ruth bader ginsburg on the supreme court. president trump telling supporters he's moving ahead with a nominee. >> i will be putting forth the nominee next week. it will be a woman. >> the names emerging and the possible front-runner. how she's been questioned in the past. plus, the battle to delay the whole process as vigils are held to remember ginsburg overnight. getting the message? the parents who sent their student to school despite a positive covid test. >> this one was an egregious violation of the rules. >> the biker rally with an expected 100,000 people rolling on. >> anything going on in the world, it ain't going to stop us riding. >> as big papi reveals he had the virus. >> man, this is no joke.


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