Represent NYC: Past Episodes

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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.
New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli talks with Former Lieutenant Governor Richard Ravitch about New York’s desperate need for an updated infrastructure and the challenges the state faces in financing those projects. Then later in the show, Comptroller DiNapoli talks with newly-elected Assemblymember Yuh Line Niou about her priorities for her district in Lower Manhattan and how she plans to accomplish her goals.
Political Strategist L. Joy Williams talks with WNYC’s Brigid Bergin and DNAinfo New York’s Jeff Mays about the importance of voting for local leaders and how new leadership could affect our city’s response to the Trump administration’s policies.
Manhattan Community Board 10 Chair Brian Benjamin talks with Metropolitan Black Bar Association President Jason Clark, 100 Suits for 100 Men Founder Kevin Livingston and Principal Lawyer David Jeffries about the unjust methods of determining bail and why the system is in desperate need of reform.
Dr. Lincoln Mitchell, political analyst and author of “The Democracy Promotion Paradox,” talks with Political Strategist Lupe Todd-Medina of Effective Media Strategies and Executive Director Basil A. Smikle, Jr. of the New York State Democratic Party about the downfalls of the Clinton campaign, the dangers of the Trump presidency and what the party needs to do to regain control.
Political analyst and author of “The Democracy Promotion Paradox,” Lincoln Mitchell, talks with Attorney and Rolling Stone writer Bridgette Dunlap and Professor of History and Human Rights Manu Bhagavan about the dangers of Trump’s authoritarian behavior, the judicial branch’s pivotal role in reviewing his executive orders and what the future looks like for the American people.

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