Michelle Obama, Lin-Manuel Miranda, More To Appear On NBC Vaccination Special – Update

Matthew McConaughey also will interview Dr. UPDATED, 1 PM PT: Michelle Obama and Lin-Manuel Miranda are set appear on NBC's Roll Up Your Sleeves vacccination special, set to air Sunday, April 18, the network and producer ATTN: said today. Anthony Fauci in the special, which aims to raise awareness and encourage the American public to get vaccinated to put an end to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The special will encourage Americans to get vaccinated with the somewhat controversial treatments available to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Roll Up Your Sleeves: Presented By Walgreens is set to air at 7 PM ET/PT on Sunday, April 18.
"The ability to get people back to work and kids back in school, getting us reunited with family and friends and attending concerts, sporting events and many other activities we hold dear is contingent upon people getting vaccinated," said Matthew Segal, the Co-Founder of ATTN:. "At ATTN: we believe in the power of entertainment to inform audiences, and we're thrilled to partner with NBC, Civic Nation, Walgreens and many great public figures and performers to get out this critical message."
It will be produced by ATTN:, a media company that bridges entertainment with topical issues, Civic Nation, and Deviants Media. The special will feature prominent public figures, comedians, artists, and performers, as well as frontline and medical professionals.
PREVIOUS, March 19: An hour-long special designed to raise awareness on Covid-19 vaccinations will air next month on NBC.
Tom Werner, Valerie Jarrett, Matthew Segal, Jarrett Moreno, Taye Shuayb, Jessie Surovell, Mike Vainisi, Audrey Morrissey, Ivan Dudynsky and Chad Hines will executive produce.” />
NBC said the special aims to dispel concerns, provide information, and encourage those who are hesitant to receive a vaccine to participate.

IATSE Seeks Michelle Obama’s Support In Labor Dispute

Deadline reached out to Michelle Obama and to Rhino but has yet to receive a comment.” />
“With your support, we hope to have the Becoming Book Tour Production sign a nation-wide agreement with the IATSE. “We would like to ask you to consider using your platform to assist the men and women represented by the IATSE,” Loeb wrote. We believe a nation-wide agreement could further protect workers at venues like the Houston Toyota Center. The agreement would cover all your venues and ensure all workers for your events have pension contributions, health care, and the highest safety measures in place.” A national agreement is what President Obama's campaign signed with the IATSE in 2008 and 2012.
“We would like to ask you to consider using your platform to assist the men and women represented by the IATSE. “You may not be aware that a company, Rhino Staging Northwest, which has been engaged to staff your book talk in Washington State, has personnel policies and operations that are not consistent with the values you have represented throughout your career,” IATSE president Matt Loeb said in a letter to Obama last week (read it here).
Yet today, years later, Rhino continues to stall, workers’ health and safety issues persist, and compensation remains at a level below what it takes to support a family or even pay reasonable rent in the Seattle market. The company refused to bargain, but eventually was ordered by the National Labor Relations Board to sit down with the workers and negotiate in good faith. “While your husband was still President, Rhino workers tried to improve their working conditions by voting to form a union. Loeb, whose union endorsed Barack Obama in his two presidential campaigns, noted that.
“Rhino workers have regularly conducted audience outreach and ‘bannering’ outside the Tacoma Dome at recent concerts sponsored by Live Nation,” he told her. “If Rhino is used for your appearance you can expect that these actions will continue.”
“When you use the stage to talk to the audience about your journey from Chicago to Washington and your fight for fairness and for health care for those who have gone without,” he concluded, “my members will be backstage cheering you on. I intend to let them know that you are doing the same for them, fighting for the working men and women across this country.”
The union is seeking to enlist the former First Lady in its efforts to win a contract with the company, a subcontractor that supplies riggers and stagehands to the Tacoma Dome, where she will be speaking on Friday to promote her best-selling memoir, Becoming. EXCLUSIVE: IATSE’s ongoing labor dispute with Rhino Staging Northwest has spilled over to Michelle Obama’s book tour. Jimmy Kimmel will join her onstage at the event.

Common – The Day Women Took Over (feat. BJ The Chicago Kid) (Black America Again Album)

[Verse 1: Common]
There’s something ’bout this day that seem good to me
When niggas I ain’t like is showin’ love to me
Good food and the mood and the hood is free
Peace and free is the frequency
This is the day women took over
No longer over your shoulder do you have to look over
Imagine, war is now over
Mothers get medals for being courageous soldiers
On dollars, it’s Michelle Obama, Oprah and Rosa
The mayor, the shah is Liz Dozier
Hoods feel safer, families feel closer
We all drunk in love with no need to be sober
Ladies get their hair done, and men, we notice
You get high grade Indian weaves, at the lowest
Prices, chivalry is no longer lifeless
We openin’ doors and pullin’ out chairs again
Things are merry and there’s more marryin’
Monthly free doses of Motrin and Valerian
For your menstrual, it’s no more minstral shows
Depictin’ women as ignorant simple hoes
It’s more love songs on the radio
Respect for the ladies, you can hear it in the flow
Egos aside, for each other we rise
Since they done give us a life, the whole world feel alive

[Chorus: BJ The Chicago Kid]
Oh, when women take over the world
Oh, every woman, boy and girl
Oh, maybe one day, we will see
Peace and unity the way it’s meant to be

[Verse 2: Common]
The day women took over, let it continue
Now women get paid as much as men do
Dr. Angelou’s lookin’ from Heaven’s window
Tellin’ young girls phenomenal woman is in you
Body is a temple, men don’t prey
Mother earth’s arms around you sayin’ it’s okay
Toilet seats down, that’s a no-brainer
Monuments in Washington of Fanny Lou Hamer
Harriet, a soldier of truth is marchin’ on
Women preachers and world leaders, it now the norm
Healthcare, payin’ for nails, jails and fill-ins
Intellectual buildin’, intersexual healin’
No stickin’ movers, and no quick shooters
After 15 minutes, callin’ you a Uber
The New World Order is fathers lovin’ their daughters
And baby’s mamas supported and ladies gettin’ courted
In court, kids can’t be tried as adults
And women, they called bitches because they a boss
In all shapes and sizes, beauty is recognized
Goddess and queens is what we use to describe
Now Michelle Alexander wrote the new constitution
Beyoncé made the music for the revolution
Imagine it, a world more compassionate
The balance of the feminine and masculine, I’m askin’ if

[Chorus: BJ The Chicago Kid]
Oh, what if women took over the world
Oh, every woman, boy and girl
Oh, maybe one day, we will see
Peace and unity the way it’s meant to be

Common – The Day Women Took Over lyrics

[Verse 1: Common]
There’s something ’bout this day that seem good to me
When people I ain’t like is showin’ love to me
Good food and the mood and the hood is free
Peace and free is the frequency
This is the day women took over
No longer over your shoulder do you have to look over
Imagine, war is now over
Mothers get medals for being courageous soldiers
On dollars, it’s Michelle Obama, Oprah and Rosa
The mayor, the shah is Liz Dozier
Hoods feel safer, families feel closer
We all drunk in love with no need to be sober
Ladies get their hair done, and men, we notice
You get high grade Indian weaves, at the lowest
Prices, chivalry is no longer lifeless
We openin’ doors and pullin’ out chairs again
Things are merry, there’s more marryin’
Monthly free doses of Motrin and Valerian
For your menstrual, it’s no more minstral shows
Depictin’ women as ignorant simple hoes
It’s more love songs from the radio
Respect for the ladies, you can hear it in the flow
Egos aside, for each other we rise
Since they done give us a life, the whole world feel alive

[Chorus: Bilal]
Oh, when women take over the world
Oh, every woman, boy and girl
Oh, maybe one day, we will see
Peace and unity the way it’s meant to be

[Verse 2: Common]
The day women took over, let it continue
Now women get paid as much as men do
Dr. Angelou’s lookin’ from Heaven’s window
Tellin’ young girls phenomenal woman is in you
Body is a temple, men don’t pray
Mother earth’s arms around you sayin’ it’s okay
Toilet seats down, that’s a no-brainer
Monuments in Washington of Fanny Lou Hamer
Harriet, a soldier of truth is marchin’ on
Women preachers and world leaders, it now the norm
Healthcare, payin’ for nails, jails and fill-ins
Intellectual buildin’, intersexual healin’
No stickin’ movers, and no quick shooters
After 15 minutes, callin’ you a Uber
The New World Order is fathers lovin’ their daughters
And baby’s mamas supported and ladies gettin’ courted
In court, kids can’t be tried as adults
And women, they called B’s because they a boss
In all shapes and sizes, beauty is recognized
Goddess and queens is what we use to describe
Now Michelle Alexander wrote the new constitution
Beyoncé made the music for the revolution
Imagine it, a world more compassionate
The malice of the feminine and masculine, I’m askin’ if

[Chorus: Bilal]
Oh, what if women took over the world
Oh, every woman, boy and girl
Oh, maybe one day, we will see
Peace and unity the way it’s meant to be

Common – The Day Women Took Over

[Verse 1: Common]
There’s something ’bout this day that seem good to me
When people I ain’t like is showin’ love to me
Good food and the mood and the hood is free
Peace and free is the frequency
This is the day women took over
No longer over your shoulder do you have to look over
Imagine, war is now over
Mothers get medals for being courageous soldiers
On dollars, it’s Michelle Obama, Oprah and Rosa
The mayor, the shah is Liz Dozier
Hoods feel safer, families feel closer
We all drunk in love with no need to be sober
Ladies get their hair done, and men, we notice
You get high grade Indian weaves, at the lowest
Prices, chivalry is no longer lifeless
We openin’ doors and pullin’ out chairs again
Things are merry, there’s more marryin’
Monthly free doses of Motrin and Valerian
For your menstrual, it’s no more minstral shows
Depictin’ women as ignorant simple hoes
It’s more love songs from the radio
Respect for the ladies, you can hear it in the flow
Egos aside, for each other we rise
Since they done give us a life, the whole world feel alive

[Chorus: Bilal]
Oh, when women take over the world
Oh, every woman, boy and girl
Oh, maybe one day, we will see
Peace and unity the way it’s meant to be
[Verse 2: Common]
The day women took over, let it continue
Now women get paid as much as men do
Dr. Angelou’s lookin’ from Heaven’s window
Tellin’ young girls phenomenal woman is in you
Body is a temple, men don’t pray
Mother earth’s arms around you sayin’ it’s okay
Toilet seats down, that’s a no-brainer
Monuments in Washington of Fanny Lou Hamer
Harriet, a soldier of truth is marchin’ on
Women preachers and world leaders, it now the norm
Healthcare, payin’ for nails, jails and fill-ins
Intellectual buildin’, intersexual healin’
No stickin’ movers, and no quick shooters
After 15 minutes, callin’ you a Uber
The New World Order is fathers lovin’ their daughters
And baby’s mamas supported and ladies gettin’ courted
In court, kids can’t be tried as adults
And women, they called B’s because they a boss
In all shapes and sizes, beauty is recognized
Goddess and queens is what we use to describe
Now Michelle Alexander wrote the new constitution
Beyoncé made the music for the revolution
Imagine it, a world more compassionate
The malice of the feminine and masculine, I’m askin’ if

[Chorus: Bilal]
Oh, what if women took over the world
Oh, every woman, boy and girl
Oh, maybe one day, we will see
Peace and unity the way it’s meant to be