This Week on MNN

Join us This Week on MNN as we commemorate the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. March 21 marks the anniversary of the Sharpeville Massacre, a tragic event where peaceful demonstrators in South Africa protesting against apartheid were killed. Tune in as we learn about the efforts of community leaders who are dedicated to combating racial discrimination.

BronxTalk, hosted by Gary Axelback and produced by MNN’s sister station Bronxnet, takes an in-depth look at the killing of Tyre Nichols at the hands of Memphis police. John Jay College of Criminal Justice Professor Greg Donaldson and conflict resolution specialist Dr. Lynne Maureen Hurdle discuss police tactics and training, how race and racism plays a role in police interactions, and more. 

Sunday 1 PM / Wednesday 7 PM 

BronxTalk is part of The Bronx Hour that airs Every Wednesday at 1PM on MNN HD

On this episode of VK Report, guest host Nat Wood talks with  Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Professor of History, Race, and Public Policy at the Havard Kennedy School. Dr. Muhammad, author of "The Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime, and the Making of Modern Urban America," offers insights into our societal history. His book serves as a crucial tool for comprehending the complexities of our past to inform and shape a more equitable future.

Sunday 1:30 PM / Wednesday 7:30 PM 

VK Report airs every Tuesday at 6 PM on MNN Community

The Radical Imagination host Jim Vrettos, a sociologist who has taught at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Yeshiva University, welcomes two young leaders of emerging movements striving to change the fear-based, racist policies directed towards the poor and vulnerable in our criminal justice system. 

Sunday 2:00 PM / Wednesday 8:00 PM 

The Radical Imagination airs every Sunday at 8PM on MNN Community and MNN HD