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“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...
Saturday, INSIDE NEW YORK celebrates Black History Month with a Salute to Tuskegee Airmen, in memory of Percy Sutton and Lee A. Archer
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.
This week on MNN: Soulful jazz on “GingerNewYork,” politics and fitness on “Gotta Run with Will,” Alain Bin Naim and “Aladino,” and “The Facts: Carolyn as a Scapegoat, Part 2”
Actor, singer, writer Leigh Fitzjames on “GingerNewYork,” State Senator and long-distance runner Bill Perkins on “Gotta Run with Will,” and celebrity interviewer Alain Bin Naim and his weekly show, “Aladino.” Plus the conclusion of “The Facts: Carolyn as a Scapegoat, Part 2.”
The Youth Channel covers the recent “Beyond Knowing your Rights” event—where community leaders, lawyers, and family members who’ve lost others to police violence gathered in prayer, remembrance, and information-sharing.