Universal Human Rights Month is a moment for individuals worldwide to unite in support of the rights and dignity of every person. Join our MNN Community Members as they shed light on crucial issues.
Join us Sunday, December 3 starting at 1 PM and Wednesday, December 6 starting at 7 PM on MNN HD (Spectrum 1993)
A Better World is a program addressing contemporary issues and featuring interviews with individuals actively contributing to a better world for all. In this episode, host Mitchel Rabin welcomes filmmaker Georgina Lightning to delve into her 2008 film "Older Than America." The film examines the enduring consequences of human rights violations, cultural genocide, and identity loss stemming from Native American boarding schools across the United States.
Sunday 1PM / Wednesday 7PM
A Better World airs every Monday at 7PM on MNN Spirit
Consider it Blacklit showcases arts and culture with a focus on African Americans, both in front and behind the scenes. In this episode, host Kim Singleton engages in a conversation with filmmaker Rex Miller, talking about his 2021 documentary about champion tennis player Arthur Ashe. Titled "Citizen Ashe," the documentary chronicles Ashe's significant contributions to tennis and explores his impactful activism in the realm of human rights.
Sunday 1:30PM / Wednesday 7:30 PM
Consider it Blacklit airs every Saturday at 9AM on MNN HD
Perspectives is a program produced by MNN's sister station, Bronxnet. Hosted by Daren Jaime, this episode centers on the harrowing issue of Human Trafficking. Joining Daren this week is Dr. Alice Farrell, a Juvenile Advocate and Clinical Social Worker, engaging in a profound and insightful conversation on this critical topic.
Sunday 2 PM / Wednesday 8PM
Perspectives is part of The Bronx Hour that airs Every Wednesday at 1PM on MNN HD