According to a recent report from The Black Institute , New York has seen an increase in the number of minority and women-owned businesses (MWBEs) — however, they remain vastly underfunded. On the next episode of Represent NYC, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer explores how the city...
Watch “The Woman’s Connection” for an important conversation about pelvic health, then tune into “The Facts” for a music-story about personal and office politics. “The Special without Brett Davis” gets you over the mid-week hump with a quartet of comedy. Later in the week, “Royal Lady” hosts Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr., and “GingerNewYork” features student musicians from Listener School of Music.
With the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) declaring Food Recovery as its theme for last week’s Earth Day, we’re featuring a new MNN special, “Waste Not: Sustainable Living in NYC” as our Clip of the Week.
This Sunday on MNN, tune in for a four hour block of political programming, covering issues on the local, state and federal levels.
Hosts Beverly Danquah and Devon Arnold discuss practical tips for ensuring a smooth college transition with guest Kendra Triblet, intern site director at Let’s Get Ready, a non-profit program that assists students adjust to their first year of university life.
The recently passed New York State Budget will bring a number of projects to East Harlem and New York City. On the next episode of Represent NYC, Robert Rodriguez, the New York State Assembly Member in the 68th district of East Harlem/El Barrio and the Upper East Side, and his guests will discuss the state’s major accomplishments in passing the budget, such as minimum wage, paid family...