"Represent NYC" is a weekly program produced by Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) that gives local elected officials and candidates the chance to update voters about the issues shaping the future of the city, and how they'll deliver on campaign promises. The show features a rotating cast of leaders and guests discussing pressing topics like affordable housing, education policy and domestic violence. "Represent NYC" evolved out of Race2Represent, a multimedia initiative MNN introduced in 2013 to provide quality, uncensored, hyperlocal coverage of NYC elections.
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Lt. Gov. Hochul and Assemblymember Epstein discuss their offices' efforts on battling COVID-19.
Council Member Kallos updates us on the steps his office is taking to help constituents, and Citymeals on Wheels Executive Director Beth Shapiro informs New Yorkers of ways to help those who are experiencing food insecurity.
On this edition of #RepresentNYC, Assembly Member Niou speaks out against Anti-Asian racism, and Rachel Bloom from Citizens Union details how to fill out The U.S. Census during this health conscious time.
Senator Jackson has personally walked from New York City to Albany twice to raise awareness of inequitable school funding. On this edition of #RepresentNYC, the Senator sits down with Zakiyah Ansari from Alliance for Quality Education and Wendy Lecker from The Education Law Center to learn more...
On Thursday March 5th New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson held a public hearing to inform New Yorkers of the latest coronavirus. Learn how to protect yourself and others by tuning in to #RepresentNYC.
After the upset of Super Tuesday, only two Democratic candidates remain on the ballot for the presidential primaries, Biden and Sanders. Join Dr. Chrisitina Greer, Matt McDermott, and Lincoln Mitchell as the discuss the ramifications of Super Tuesday and where the Democratic party goes from here.