Sunday Night on MNN: Keeping an Eye on the Future

As another week of sorrow comes to a close, many Americans are begging for better days. This Sunday on MNN, tune in for a night of programming that analyzes the past and present in the hopes of building a better future.

All of the shows listed below will be airing on Sunday, October 8 on MNN1 (Spectrum 34 & 1995, RCN 82, FiOS 33), MNN’s HD Community Channel (Spectrum 1993) or streaming live on mnn.org.

 

7pm - Race to Represent: Should New York Revise its Constitution?

Should New York make changes to its state constitution? This Election Day, it’s up to you to decide.

On this Sunday’s “Race to Represent,” Gotham Gazette’s Ben Max talks with WNYC’s Fred Mogul, NYCLU’s Erika Lorshbaugh and Al Benninghoff of NY Says Yes about the pros and cons of a constitutional convention and what it would mean for New York.

Watch the Race to Represent Constitutional Convention Roundtable to decide which box you’ll be checking off on the ballot next month. For more information about the upcoming New York City elections on November 7, visit MNN’s Race to Represent.

 

8pm - The Radical Imagination: Imagining a Koch-free John Jay College - What Is To Be Done?

Schools like John Jay College of Criminal Justice pride themselves on being advocates for justice, but are they really sticking to their motto?

This Sunday on “The Radical Imagination,” Jim Vrettos, the host and a John Jay sociology professor, talks with Ralph Wilson of UnKoch My Campus about what happens when universities take money from private donors and how the Charles Koch Foundation is influencing the curriculum at John Jay College.

 

Hispanic Heritage Month Programming

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re airing three hours of Spanish programming during our primetime lineup! Si usted habla español, ¡asegúrese de sintonizar MNN este domingo a las 9pm!

9pm - Punto De Vista

10pm - Conectate con Nosotros

10:30pm - Colors of Rhina

11pm - Camino mas que un loco