Represent NYC: Past Episodes

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Community Board 7 Chair Emeritus Elizabeth Caputo and fellow board member Benjamin Howard-Cooper discuss this new, controversial law and the negative effects it may have on their Upper West Side neighborhood.
Central Harlem’s Community Board 10 Chair Brian Benjamin sits down with HDFC Shareholder Gayle Davis, John McBride of the HDFC Coalition, and Mark Matthews from the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) to discuss their opposing viewpoints of the effects this new regulation will have on those involved.
According to a recent report from The Black Institute , New York has seen an increase in the number of minority and women-owned businesses (MWBEs) — however, they remain vastly underfunded. On this episode of Represent NYC, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer explores how the city can help...
Watch New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli, Steven Choi of the The New York Immigration Coalition and Jessica Lappin of Downtown Alliance discuss immigration and economic development in New York City.
NYS Assembly Member Richard Gottfried will explore the impact of this new law. He is joined by Andrew Berman, the executive director of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation; and Fern Luskin, the co-founder of Friends of Hopper Gibbons House Underground Railroad Site.
New York State Senator Bill Perkins and his guests discuss his bill to change the practice of solitary confinement in New York State prisons. They also explore if New York City's charter schools are delivering on their promise to improve education.

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