Represent NYC: Past Episodes

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Council Member Helen Rosenthal talks with Chris Doeblin, owner of Book Culture, and Doug Kleiman, commercial real estate broker with Ripco Real Estate, about the challenges small business owners face and what city government can do to ease the burden.
New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli talks with NYC Council Member Keith Powers about what is being done to help families survive and thrive. Plus Baruch Professor Doug Muzzio discusses getting a free college education within the CUNY system.
New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli talks with Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and CUNY Chairman William Thompson about the financial challenges New York faces and what elected officials are doing to make vital services like housing and transportation more affordable.
Council Member Helen Rosenthal talks with Urban Justice Center’s Jane Li, tenant advocate Susan Schwartz and Goddard Riverside Law Project’s Dan Evans about construction as a form of tenant harassment and how renters can defend their rights.
Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer talks with Jeffrey Abrandt of Goldfarb, Abrandt, Salzman & Kutzin LLP and Martha Sullivan of Citywide Behavioral Health Coalition for the Black Elderly about the challenges seniors in New York City face and what they can do to protect themselves.
Gotham Gazette’s Ben Max talks with Dr. Christina Greer of Fordham University and political reporter Jeff Mays about the upcoming New York City elections, the heated 2017 Mayoral race, and the key issues voters should be aware of when casting their votes.