MNN’s Youth Channel coverage of the February 14 rally against domestic violence.
MNN’s Youth Channel wants to hear from undocumented youth and is looking for stories, performances, or direct messages to appear in an upcoming documentary.
“Aladino Show” dazzles from the Fashion Week red carpet and the Exploring the Arts event; Caroline Purr and her rock band “Red 30” on “GingerNY”; and the conclusion of “Persons of Interest Show: Remembering Joe Franklin Part II.” “Gotta Run with Will” and “The Facts: The Effect of Rape Part I” take on adversity both small and large. Plus hear from new Community Board 8 Chair Jim Clynes.
Saturday, February 28th MNN's "Inside New York" celebrates Black History Month with a Salute to Tuskegee Airmen, Percy Sutton and Lee A. Archer with a rebroadcast of one of their early interviews.
“Community Cop” examines the latest developments in community/police conflicts. Stepping into the thorny intersection of race relations and policing, the hosts tackle this most pressing of NYC issues.
An open mic night in the Bronx featuring The Peace Poets raised money for after school programs and ESL classes at Thrive, an organization working to end illiteracy.