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2021 Year-In-Review: Criminal Justice Reform… And The Road Ahead
Host Andre Ward holds a conversation with Fortune Society President & CEO JoAnne Page about the fight for Criminal Justice during 2021 and the road ahead.
Aging People in Prison
Host Andre Ward talks to Ute Ritz-Deutch, Coordinator of the Amnesty International Chapter at Ithaca, NY. They talk about aging people in prisons, parole boards and what can be done to improve the live of this population
50 Years Since The Attica Uprising: Has Anything Changed?
Host Andre Ward talks to The Fortune's Society founder, David Rothenberg, about the Attica Prison Uprising which happened 50 years ago. Mr. Rothenberg was one of the 30 observers summoned by the leaders of the Attica uprising to witness their negotiations with New York State.
Imagining the World of Trillo and Suede
Trillo and Suede is a show that has garnered rave reviews and a growing cult web following in its first 2 seasons, winning 38 major awards in international web series film festivals, including best comedy and best series.
Host Jim Vrettos talks with the series creator Jonathan Geffner.
Imagining in Plain Sight But Out of Mind - Slavery in the Northeast and the Hamptons
By compiling a comprehensive public list of enslaved persons from the Colonial period to the last recorded enslaved person in East Hampton in 1830, the Plain Sight Project is reconnecting a forgotten history while taking a step to place these people and their stories back into our nation's founding...
Imagining the Unfinished Business of America's Social Democracy - The Political Activism of Jonathan Soto and AOC
With the stress of a global pandemic, lack of federal and local funding to school districts and the children of poor and working class families falling behind on their remote learning, a remarkable new and empowering plan called Homework Helper has been developed by Congresswoman Alexandra Ocasio...
Imagining How to Unplug Spectrum
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Troy Walcott and Ray Reyes, Spectrum Workers, Organizers/Activists; who tell us the status of the workers fight against the cable corporation, a subsidiary of Charter Communications, Inc. whose policies harm both workers and users in NYC.
Imagining A Brand New Congress
Host Jim Vrettos interviews six candidates to the US Congress who present themselves as an alternative to the establishment and a new breed of politicians looking to regain the serve part in public service positions:
Samelys Lopez | Candidate - 15th Congressional District
Melanie D'Arrigo |...
Imagining the Battle For The Hamptons... And The World
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Marilee Foster, Fifth Generation Family Farmer | Writer | Artist in the first segment of the show. They talk about the farming future in the summer destination for affluent New York City residents and celebrities, The Hamptons. In the second segment of the show, Jim...
This Week On MNN
This Week on MNN celebrates Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM)!
Ralph McDaniels Honored With Trailblazer Award
Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) honored legendary producer Ralph McDaniels for his contributions to entertainment and community media on Wednesday, March 22 in its new multimedia facility in midtown. His award-winning show, Video Music Box (VMB) has aired on public access television for over...
This Week On MNN
This Week on MNN celebrates new Community Produced Programs!
This Week On MNN
This Week on MNN we recognize National Nutrition Month.