This Week

Recognizing the growing number of migrants worldwide, the General Assembly declared December 18th as International Migrants Day on December 4, 2000. This date holds special significance because in 1990, the Assembly endorsed the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families. This Week on MNN we aim to highlight the significant contributions made by migrant groups and raise awareness about the current struggles of asylum seekers in NYC.

Join us Sunday, December 17  starting at 1 PM and Wednesday, December 20 starting at 7 PM on MNN HD (Spectrum 1993)

In the latest episode of Today's Verdict, host and trial attorney, David Lesch, Esq., engages in a conversation with New York City District 39 Assemblymember Catalina Cruz. The focal point of their discussion revolves around the critical topic of state-level work permits for asylum seekers. The two legal experts delve into the intricacies of the proposed measures and their potential impact on the lives of asylum seekers. Don’t miss out on this important conversation. 

Today's Verdict airs every other Thursday at 4:30PM on MNN Community 

Sunday 1PM / Wednesday 7PM

Dance Vista explores the choreographic process of companies and their choreographers. On this episode host Diane Dragone looks at the work of Anna Sokolov, who’s Jewish parents migrated to NYC from Russia in 1905. Also on this episode Diane showcases her own work Variations on a Folk Song, a unique piece that details her grandparents migration from Sicily to New York.  

Dance Vista airs every Tuesday at 3:30PM on MNN Lifestyle

Sunday 1:30PM / Wednesday 7:30PM

The VK Report is a long running talk show on MNN that covers a diverse array of topics such as local events, community leaders, film festivals and more. In this episode MNN Community Member Veronica Kitt takes a deep dive into exploring how New York City is actively contributing to the well-being of asylum seekers. 

Sunday 2PM / Wednesday 8PM 

VK Report airs every Tuesday at 6 PM on MNN Community