This Week on MNN
In 1905 Anna Jarvis of Virginia campaigned to make Mother’s Day a recognized holiday in the United States. Finally, in 1907, the first official Mother’s Day was recognized. Jarvis’ aim was to set aside a day to honor all mothers because she believed a mother is “the person who has done more for you than anyone in the world.” Join us This Week on MNN as our Community Members highlight Moms who influence and inspire.
Join us Sunday, May 14 starting at 1 PM and Wednesday, May 17 starting at 7 PM on MNN HD (Spectrum 1993)
New American Youth Ballet Presents highlights this lively NYC youth dance troupe based in Manhattan. On this episode host Elizabeth Flores and her daughter Camilla talk with American Ballet Theatre soloist and choreographer Zhong-Jing Fang. They discuss her award winning career, her mother’s support and more.
Sunday 1 PM/ Wednesday 7PM
New American Youth Ballet Presents airs every Sunday on MNN Lifestyle at 4 PM
The Mss Francois Show is a program about engagement and empowerment with a splash of entertainment. On this episode Miss Francois talks with private chef and caterer Paula Nurse. They discuss the difficulties of balancing a single parent household and growing a business.
Sunday 1:30 PM / Wednesday 7:30 PM
The Miss Francois Show airs the last Thursday of the month on MNN HD at 4 PM
Hot Topics is a program about social issues and introduces viewers to community leaders. This episode host Gabrielle Crichlow talks with her friend Malachi Davis about the impact of growing up with a single mother and how it impacted his views and morals as a parent.
Sunday 2:00 PM / Wednesday 8:00 PM
Hot Topics airs every Monday at 6 PM on MNN Community