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...
Host Jim Vrettos brings filmmaker Slawomir Grunberg; researcher and co-writer Lilka Elbaum; and second generation holocaust survivor Paul Celler to talk about Still Life in Lodz, an emotionally riveting documentary that journeys to the historically tumultuous city of Lodz, Poland.
Imagining 'Til Kingdom Come --- the Curious 'Death Wish' Bond between Jews and Evangelical Christians in the U.S. and Israel
Host, Jim Vrettos talks to Maya Zinshstein an Emmy award-winning Israeli documentary filmmaker and journalist -- the director and co-producer of 'Til Kingdom Comes.
Guest Felipe aka Immortal Technique has recently founded and is actively operating a food pantry project - taking on the issue of hunger and food insecurity in low wage and low income, working class and poor communities around the city.
Host Jim Vrettos invites Thane Rosenbaum to talk about his book "Saving Free Speech... from ITSELF" and the possible confusion about what "free speech" really means in the American Constitution.
Host Jim Vrettos interviews the Democratic Candidate for Manhattan District Attorney, Diana Florence, about her 25 year experience working at the Manhattan DA's office, and why she is now on a race to succeed incumbent DA Cyrus Vance.
Host Jim Vrettos and guest Francis Cullen, Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus at the University of Cincinnati talk about the life and work of Richard Cloward, who was an American sociologist, criminologist, community organizer and social activist.
Host Jim Vrettos receives guest Manuel Gomez, Black-Ops Private Investigator and Activist. Gomez describes his experience with the legal system in NYS, exposing the corruption among judges and district attorneys that is putting innocent people in jail while the corrupt ones get promotions. But...
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Richard Painter, Law Professor at the University of Minnesota. Painter offer his insight about ethics in the actual government and makes an analysis on the historical position of previous governments in this matter.