El Barrio Firehouse

Tune in this Sunday at 8pm for an all-new Firehouse TV featuring special guests Dr. Cornel West, Dr. Jim Vrettos and Dr. Stanley as they discuss the Radical Imagination and pathways to a more just society.
Even as the fourth largest Asian American group in New York, Filipino-Americans are underrepresented in NYC and the tri-state area’s media coverage. Makilala TV, the first Filipino-American talk show, is setting out to change that. Tune in for the MNN debut on Friday, October 23.
According to the United Nations, there are over 200 million people living in the Americas who identify themselves as being of African descent and many of these people are facing unreasonable hardships. Check out a sneak peek for Sunday's episode of Firehouse TV, which covers the People of African Descent Leadership Summit held in Harlem recently to address these issues.
MNN is a place of learning, creating and collaborating, and our fall events offer something for everyone!
On August 13, MNN's Summer Youth Program will hold a graduation ceremony for over 20 students who have spent the summer getting hands-on training in media creation and analysis.
While mainstream media focuses on marriage equality as a central issue of the LGBTQ community, there are other nuances and concerns that haven’t generally been discussed as openly and thoroughly. On Sunday, July 5, Firehouse TV will broadcast a conversation on other issues impacting the LGBTQ community.