This Week on MNN
Universal Human Rights Month, is a time for people around the world to join together and stand up for the rights and dignity of all individuals. Join our Community Producers as they bring to light some important issues.
A Better World, is a program that speaks about issues of our time and interviews guests who are making a better world for all. On this episode host Mitchel Rabin invites filmmaker Georgina Lightning to discuss her 2008 film Older Than America, a film that explores the lasting impact of the human rights violations, cultural genocide and loss of identity that occurred at Native American boarding schools across the United States.
Sunday 1PM / Wednesday 7PM
Perspectives is a program produced by MNN’s sister station Bronxnet. Hosted by Daren Jaime this episode focuses on the horrors of Human Trafficking. This week, Daren is joined by Juvenile Advocate and Clinical Social Worker, Dr. Alice Farrell for this insightful conversation.
Sunday 1:30PM / Wednesday 7:30PM
Consider it Blacklit highlights arts and culture that feature African Americans both in front, and behind the scenes. On this episode host Kim Singleton sits down with filmmaker Rex Miller to discuss his documentary about champion tennis player Arthur Ashe. "Citizen Ashe" chronicles Arthur Ashe's many contributions to the sport of tennis and his human rights activism.
Sunday 2PM / Wednesday 8PM
Join us Sunday, December 4 at 1PM and Wednesday December 7 at 7PM on MNN HD (Spectrum 1993).