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Imagining and Remembering the Artistry and Virtuosity of Eugene Fodor
This is a profile piece of Eugene Fodor who was a violin virtuoso and a master interpreter of the modern and classical repertoire. He made his solo debut with the Denver Symphony at 10, began touring at the age of 12 and won numerous competitions in his teen years. Gene passed on February 26th 2011...
Imagining Until I'm Free - Fannie Lou Hamer's Enduring Message to America
Jim Vrettos interviews historian Keisha Blain & activist Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove for a conversation about the legacy of Fannie Lou Hamer. Blain has sought to restore Hamer to her proper place in history through her book "Until I'm Free"
Imagining A New People's Party
On today's Radical Imagination we'll take a closer look at the new People's Party, for the people, not the billionaires through a talk between host Jim Vrettos and two prominent leaders in the movement: Mike McCorkle & Nick Brana
Imagining Poor People's Movements Then and Now
Today on the Radical Imagination we have a long needed and long-awaited dialogue between Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove and Frances Fox Piven, moderated by host Jim Vrettos.
Imagining Jewish Philanthropy and America's Political Economy
On this show we'll be exploring the history of American Jewish philanthropy as it tried to balance the interests of democracy with those of capitalism --the interests of the public good vs. the need for capitalism to grow and profit through the market. Host Jim Vrettos receives guest Lila Corwin...
Imagining An End to Poverty and Economic Dependence
In this The Radical Imagination we have 2 of the leading and most original writers and activists in the country who can help us understand the contradictions and alternative visions America is grappling with: Michael Hudson & Jonathan Hartgrove.
Imagining Psychiatry's Continuing Political and Moral Dilemma
Host Jim Vrettos receives returning guest Dr.Bandy X. Lee, who has stirred the wrath of American psychiatry's most powerful corporate voice by blowing the whistle on the American Psychiatric Association's misguided use of the now infamous "Goldwater rule."
Imagining How to End America's Racial Dilemma
We know that children's life chances are overwhelmingly dependent on the income and education of their parents. Over 65 years after the Supreme Court struck down school segregation in Brown v. Board, black children are as segregated from white students as they were in the mid-1970s.
Imagining Drug Use for Grown-Ups
Host Jim Vrettos receives Professor Carl Hart & Ira Glasser as guests to have a controversial conversation about the use of drugs and why it should not be penalized by the government.
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...
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This Week on MNN celebrates new Community Produced Programs!
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This Week on MNN we recognize National Nutrition Month.