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.
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Issac Zablocki, Founder of the JCC's Social Justice Film Festival; and Adam Zucker, Director of the documentary "American Muslim" which will be screened on the opening night of the festival.
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...
Rob DeLeon, Associate Vice President of Programs at The Fortune Society interviews Ann-Marie Louison, Chief Strategic Initiatives Officer at the Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES); and Nancy Ginsburg, Director of Adolescent Intervention and Diversion Project at The...
En este episodio Carlos Cabrera entrevista a Samelys Lopez de Bronx Progressives; conversa con la Dra. Ivelsy Ulerio acerca de envenenamiento por químicos; y entrevista a la Candidata a la Asamblea del Estado de Nueva York por el Distrito 84, Amanda Septimo.
En este episodio la Conductora Invitada Isolda Peguero conversa con el Periodista Juan Manuel Benítez sobre las próximas primarias del Partido Demócrata a realizarse el 13 de Septiembre; en la segunda parte del programa dos representantes de Alliance for Quality Education expresaron su preocupación...
This Week on MNN Commemorates World Aids Day
This Week on MNN Celebrates Thanksgiving!
If you're a content creator, you know that color grading is essential to achieving the look and feel of your final product. Adobe Premiere is a great tool for video editing, but if you're looking to take your project to the next level, you need to use DaVinci Resolve for color grading. In this blog...
Over an 8-week program during the summer of 2022, MNN and the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) partnered to provide media training workshops for NYCHA residents as part of their first-ever Youth Media Project