Nov 27, 2021
CBS Festive Programming: Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer, Other Holiday Movies Set To Air Through December
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On Monday night, CBS kicks off its expansive lineup of festive programming with the beloved annual airing of the animated classic, “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer.”
Below, is a list of festive programs that will air throughout the holiday season:READ MORE: 51-Year-Old Killed In Poplar Shooting, Philadelphia Police Say
Saturday, November 27, 2021: Robbie The Reindeer: Hooves Of Fire, 8 p.m., Robbie The Reindeer: Legends Of The Lost Tribe, 8:30 p.m., The Story Of Santa Claus, 9 p.m.
Sunday, November 28, 2021: One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett And Lady Gaga, 8 p.m.
Sunday, December 5, 2021: The 23rd Annual A Home For The Holidays At The Grove, 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, December 11, 2021: Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, 8 p.m, Frosty The Snowman, 9 p.m., Frosty Returns, 9:30 p.m.READ MORE: Man Dead, Another Injured In Shooting At Coatesville Moose Lodge, Police Say
Sunday, December 12, 2021: A Christmas Proposal, 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, December 19, 2021: Christmas Takes Flight, 8 p.m.
Wednesday, December 22, 2021: The Price Is Right At Night, 8 p.m., The 44th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, 9 p.m.
Friday, December 24, 2021: A Holly Dolly Christmas, 8 p.m.MORE NEWS: FBI, Philadelphia Police Searching For Woman Who Allegedly Robbed Wells Fargo Bank In Logan Square, Police Say
Friday, December 31, 2021: New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash, 8 p.m.
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Clear and utter disregard: Immigrants file complaint over hazardous conditions at private facilityProtestors march at the Families Belong Together March against the separation of children of immigrants from their families on Jun. 14, 2018, in Los Angeles, California.
People detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) continue to be harmed by hazardous detention conditions. Nine immigrants jailed at a private facility in southern California say in a civil rights complaint that they’ve suffered from difficulty breathing, headaches, and gastrointestinal pain due to hazardous air, dust, mold, and drinking water contamination at the Imperial Regional Detention Facility.
“We are breathing in sewage and manure fumes constantly due to the nonfunctional air ventilation system,” Ramon Dominguez Gonzalez said in a release. The Management & Training Corporation-operated (MTC) facility is located in an agricultural region. But while the complaint notes that local residents have been warned to stay away from fumes stemming from fertilizer pollution, there’s no way for detained people to do the same.
Like multiple immigration prisons all around the country, Imperial is also experiencing a COVID-19 outbreak, further endangering the lives of detained immigrants. Per ICE’s data, 64 immigrants there have tested positive as of Jan. 24. “What is more, detained migrants, including some complainants, say they have witnessed in the last two weeks how at least one MTC employee was ordered to stay at work despite looking visibly sick,” the release continued.
Freedom for Immigrants, Innovation Law Lab, California Collaborative for Immigrant Justice, Desert Support for Asylum Seekers, Earthjustice, and Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity say in the complaint that detainee testimonies “demonstrate a clear and utter disregard for the safety, well-being, and respect of those detained by ICE and MTC at Imperial.”
We also already know that ICE and MTC have contempt for people under their watch. “DHS inspectors found ICE detainees who were kept In solitary confinement for 300 days,” BuzzFeed News reported in 2020. Nearly a dozen immigrants were thrown in solitary, which is torture, for a period of more than two months. That site was Imperial.
Groups representing immigrants in the civil rights complaint said MTC—which has a reported annual revenue of nearly $670 million—has also abused immigrants at facilities in New Mexico and Texas. “In Jan. 2021, advocates published a report on MTC’s Otero County Processing Center in Chaparral, New Mexico, documenting myriad medical issues and a lack of access to legal resources.” Later that year, asylum-seeker Elba Maria Centeno Briones “died from COVID-19 complications while in the custody of MTC’s El Valle Detention Facility, in Raymondville, Texas.”
Immigrants also have a history of being slowly poisoned while under ICE’s watch, following the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) warning another private prison profiteer, GEO Group, about the misuse of a toxic chemical at a Washington facility last year. Another EPA probe before that found GEO Group violated the law at a California facility.x
BREAKING: 9 immigrants detained by ICE at the Imperial Regional Detention Facility in Calexico, CA, have filed a federal complaint in response to toxic and unfiltered air, contaminated water, and exposure to mold at the prison. #FreeThemAll https://t.co/abNwpUoq7W pic.twitter.com/kNPucZVvnj— Crystal Quezada (@CrystalQuezada5) January 25, 2022
“Migrants at Imperial are subjected to uniquely dangerous living conditions due to a combination of poor ventilation and air filtration at the facility, as well as the toxic environmental pollution in Imperial County, which includes high levels of deadly air pollutants like ozone and particulate matter,” Earthjustice Toxic Exposure and Health Program staff scientist Rashmi Joglekar said. “These pollutants have been linked to devastating health impacts, even at short-term, low levels of exposure, including respiratory distress, cardiovascular disease, and premature death.”Daily Kos relies on readers like you. We don't have billionaire backers like some right-wing media outlets. Half our revenue comes from readers like you, meaning we literally couldn't do this work without you. Can you donate $3 right now to help Daily Kos keep fighting? Donate $3 Donate $5 monthly