Hosts Jonathan Griffith and Cara Kilduff interview authors Jacqueline Simon Gunn and Carlo DeCarlo about their book "Bare: Psychotherapy Stripped", the story of psychotherapy told through the first person narrative of the therapist.
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.
On August 4th, 2015, the Campaign for Educational Equity, a non-profit focused on research and policy centered on securing quality education for disadvantaged children, worked with youth from Epic Theatre Ensemble to raise awareness about the constitutional rights all children have in regards to education.
Tune in this Sunday for a great lineup of MNN programming including Represent NYC, Firehouse TV and a new special featuring Make Music New York.
Our world is full of unique cultures and New York prides itself on being the melting pot for many of them, but there’s one element that’s universal — music. Check out this sneak peek for a new MNN Productions' special, Make Music New York: 2015.
With mindfulness increasingly discussed as an antidote to the feverish multi-tasking and over-scheduling of today, MNN presents a new series of videos to help you find places of quiet respite in the midst of the calamity and rush that characterizes New York City life.