"Represent NYC" is a weekly program produced by Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) that gives local elected officials the chance to update voters about the issues shaping the future of the city. The show features a rotating cast of politicians, leaders and guests discussing pressing topics like affordable housing, education policy, and domestic violence.
Watch Sunday at 7pm and Wednesday at 9pm on MNN (Spectrum 34, 1993, 1995, RCN 82, FiOS 33).
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Represent NYC: Mental Health Crisis
On this episode of #RepresentNYC, host NY City Council Member Abreu discusses #mentalhealth with the Chief Legal and Chief Program Officer at Samaritan Daytop Village, Alicia McFarlane, Esq.; Morgan Siegel, Manager of Wellness Services at the Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation; and Jenny...
Represent NYC: Community Based Rezoning
On this episode of #RepresentNYC, NY City Council Member Marte hosts with the Co-Chairs of Chinatown Working Group, Zishun Ning and Briar Winters, to discuss community based #rezoning and #gentrification.
Represent NYC: Redistricting New York
On this episode of #RepresentNYC host Nicole Yearwood discusses the complexities of New York's #redistricting process with Lurie Daniel Favors, Executive Director at Center for Law and Social Justice at Medgar Evers College.
Represent NYC: Crisis On 125th Street
On this episode of Represent NYC host NYS Assemblymember Inez E. Dickens sits down with a special panel of guests to discuss the impact #crime and substance abuse has had recently on residents in Harlem. Guests include: Co-Founder of Harlem Mothers Save, Jackie Rowe-Adams; Hallia Baker, President...
Represent NYC: BE NYC Shop Your City
On this episode of #RepresentNYC Ken Ebie, Executive Director and Chief Development Officer of the BE NYC program at The NYC Small Business Services, hosts with special guest small business owner and entrepreneur Allison Dunn to discuss the City initiative that addresses disparities facing Black...
Represent NYC: The State of Finance
On this episode of #RepresentNYC co-hosts NY State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli and NY City Comptroller Brad Lander review the #financial standing of New York on both a state and city level.
Represent NYC: The NY State John Lewis Voting Rights Act
On this episode of #RepresentNYC host Susan Lerner, Executive Director at Common Cause NY, is joined by special guests Lurie Daniel Favors, Executive Director of the Center for Law and Social Justice at Medgar Evers College, and Jawanza James Williams, Director of Organizing at VOCAL-NY, to discuss...
Represent NYC: Engaging NonCitizens In NYC Elections
On this episode of #RepresentNYC, host NYC Campaign Finance Board's Eric Friedman is joined by special guests Omar Suarez, Director of Partnerships and Outreach at NYCCFB, and Ara Lopez, a NYC Votes Youth Ambassador, to discuss outreach strategies to inform newly eligible #noncitizens about their...
Represent NYC: Anti-Blackness In The Immigration System
On this episode of #RepresentNYC, host NYC Deputy Public Advocate Xamayla Rose examines anti-blackness in the #immigration system and its impact on Haitian asylum seekers with special guests: National Director of Policy and Advocacy for UndocuBlack Network, Haddy Gassama, as well as Stephanie Delia...
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