We’re almost halfway through another week and this Wednesday, we’re bringing you two must-see programs.
First, tune in to “So Much to Talk About with Nabate Isles” for commentary on last week’s Sports Emmy Awards plus footage of Isles’ interviews with household names like Shaquille O’Neal, Victor Cruz and Hannah Storm. Then, watch the second installment of the “Feminist Global Advocacy" panel, which covers the upcoming presidential election and what the candidates should be talking about.
Read on for more information about each program:
9pm - So Much to Talk About with Nabate Isles
Last week at the 37th Annual Sports Emmy Awards, some of the biggest names in sports broadcasting were honored for their outstanding achievements. This year, MNN certified producer, Nabate Isles, was there to cover all of the action.
Over the course of his next two live shows, watch as Isles discusses last week’s ceremony and shares footage from his interviews with the following athletes and sports broadcasters:
Shaquille O'Neal, Greg Louganis, Ernie Johnson, Hannah Storm, Calvin Hill, Victor Cruz, Harold Reynolds, Verne Lundquist, and Bill Raftery.
“So Much to Talk About with Nabate Isles” is a live sports talk show, airing every Wednesday at 9pm on MNN3 (FiOS 35, RCN 84, TWC 1997 or streaming live).
10pm - Feminist Global Advocacy Panel: Elections 2016 - Unusual Topics, Unusual Perspectives
With all of the propaganda surrounding the 2016 presidential election, major issues are getting lost in the shuffle and certain groups are being denied their basic human rights as a result.
On this second installment of the “Feminist Global Advocacy" panel, four esteemed women come together to analyze the way human rights issues are being discussed (or not discussed) by the candidates and to answer the question: whose lives matter?
The following panelists will speak on issues such as international security, wage stagnation, police accountability and so many more:
Radhika Balakrishnan, Rutgers University Center for Women’s Leadership
Ejim Dike, U.S. Human Rights Network
Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini, International Civil Society Action Network (ICAN)
Andrea Arroyo, visual artist and cultural advocate
This panel premieres on Wednesday, May 18 at 10pm on MNN1 (FiOS 33, RCN 82, TWC 34 & 1995 or streaming live). It will re-air on Sunday, May 22 at 6pm and Monday, May 23 at 8pm on MNN’s HD Community Channel (TWC 1993 or streaming live).