It’s been almost 100 days since Trump took office and the public is still left with many questions and concerns about the future of our country. This Sunday on MNN, tune in to programming that offers insight into where we’re headed and ideas for how to create a more peaceful nation.
First on “Represent NYC,” two political authors discuss Trump’s relationship with Russia and the effects it had on the election. Then on “The Radical Imagination,” explore the the meaning of structural violence and nonviolent resistance.
Read on for more information about each program.
7pm - Represent NYC: Untangling Trump’s Relationship with Russia
It’s no secret that Trump and his team had contact with Russia during the campaign, but intelligence agencies are still trying to uncover the details.
This Sunday on “Represent NYC,” Lincoln Mitchell, political analyst and author of “The Democracy Promotion Paradox,” talks with Adrian Karatnycky, author of “New Nations Rising,” about Trump’s relationship with Russia and how it may have impacted the election.
“Represent NYC” airs every Sunday at 7pm and repeats on Wednesdays at 9pm on MNN1 (Spectrum 34 & 1995, RCN 82, FiOS 33), MNN's HD Community Channel (Spectrum 1993) or streaming live on mnn.org.
8pm - The Radical Imagination: Imagining and Teaching About Peace
As the new administration continues to push forward policies that would defund vital programs, many Americans are growing increasingly worried for their health and safety.
This Sunday on “The Radical Imagination,” host Jim Vrettos talks with David Blot of Bronx Community College and Janet Chisholm, founder of Creating a Culture of Peace, about the dangers of structural violence and the importance of a nonviolent resistance movement.
Firehouse TV’s “The Radical Imagination” airs every Sunday at 8:00 pm on MNN1 (Spectrum 34 & 1995, RCN 82, FiOS 33) and MNN’s HD Community Channel (Spectrum 1993) or streaming live on mnn.org. Catch the repeat every Thursday at 8:00 pm on MNN4 (FiOS 36, RCN 85, Spectrum 67 & 1998) and MNN’s HD Community Channel (Spectrum 1993) or streaming live on mnn.org.