This Week on MNN: New Beginnings

The kids are back in school, the Jewish new year has begun and the Halloween decorations are front and center - sure feels like fall to us! Whether you’re starting anew or back to the same old routine after a summer of fun, make MNN a part of your week with episodes of “You People,” “Gotta Run With Will,” “Ginger New  York,” and “Active Aging Stories.”


“You People”

Wednesday, September 12, 10:00 pm



Watch part three of host Roy Koshy’s interview with anti-fascist civil rights activist, Daryle Lamont Jenkins. In this section, they discuss a disturbing video by the hate group Identity Evropa marching through a park in Washington Heights NYC. They also discuss the documentary “Erasing Hate,” in which Daryle was also prominently featured, and whether or not it's worth trying to rescue Nazis & other hate group members.


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“Gotta Run With Will”

Thursday, September 13, 9:30 pm


"Gotta Run with Will" since its start has invited athletes to showcase their creative talents. The first to do so was Ayodele Maakheru. Included in Volume 2 are Rob Valentine, Dave Obelkevich and Jonathan Kline.


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“Ginger New York”

Friday, September 14, 2:00 pm



This week on “Ginger New York,” Singer/Songwriter Mackenzie Shivers celebrates the release of her new EP and her four part residency at Rockwood Music Hall with a special performance and interview!


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“Active Aging Stories”

Sunday, September 16, 6:30 pm



Addled by apps? Flustered by Facebook? If you are over 60, you are not alone. This Sunday, Active Aging Stories takes a long look at diverse community efforts to demystify the internet and all it's tools. Various digital programs allows older people to talk, sometimes face-to-face with distant family, keep financial files and personal information at hand; and expand their social horizons. The goal of these outreach programs not only assists older people; they provide insight and involvement for the young, tech-savvy mentors as well.