"Represent NYC" is a weekly program produced by Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) that gives local elected officials and candidates the chance to update voters about the issues shaping the future of the city, and how they'll deliver on campaign promises. The show features a rotating cast of leaders and guests discussing pressing topics like affordable housing, education policy and domestic violence. "Represent NYC" evolved out of Race2Represent, a multimedia initiative MNN introduced in 2013 to provide quality, uncensored, hyperlocal coverage of NYC elections.
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Assembly Members Inez E. Dickens and Charles Barron are co-sponsors of legislation that would create a commission to study reparations in New York, a former slave state. What would reparations look like and why are they needed? Julie Walker sits down with the elected officials, as well as Professor...
As the Chair of the City Council's Committee on Hospitals, Council Member Carlina Rivera is taking on the fight for healthcare in New York City. What happens once Mount Sinai Beth Israel closes? What will happen to New Yorkers and their essential right to healthcare? Council Member Rivera sits down...
On this episode of Represent NYC, Council Member Mark Levine discusses ferry services with guests Karen Imas of Waterfront Alliance, Jeffrey LeFrancois of The Meatpacking Business Improvement District, and Savona Bailey-McClain of The West Harlem Art Fund. Watch Sunday January 12th at 7pm and...
On this episode of Represent NYC, Council Member Mark Levine discusses the waterways and ferry service with guests Karen Imas of Waterfront Alliance, Jeffrey LeFrancois of The Meatpacking Business Improvement District, and Savona Bailey-McClain of The West Harlem Art Fund.
Council Member Powers sits down with Tim Tompkins from The Times Square Alliance and Rachel Bloom of Citizens Union in this latest episode of Represent NYC.
On this episode of Represent NYC, State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli discusses impeachment with Baruch College's Doug Muzzio, and learns how Assembly Member Seawright's office is working for all New Yorkers.