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.
Lauren Antonucci founder of Nutrition Energy chats her debut book "High-Performance Nutrition for Masters Athletes". Nicole Sin Quee gets to ask the questions.
In this episode of Both Sides of the Bars, host Andre Ward talks with Jai Diamond, peer specialist at the New York City Criminal Justice Agency, and the first ever transgender person to go through the struggle of being imprisoned in a men's prison and then being moved to a women's prison.
Carlos Cabrera conversa esta noche con Dianne Morales, candidata demócrata por la alcaldía de la Ciudad de Nueva York.
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.
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...
Host Jim Vrettos has a conversation with Samelys Lopez, Congressional Candidate for the 15th CD-South Bronx; and Troy Walcott, Spectrum Worker and Strike Organizer. At this time in U.S. politics, the question is: how will the movement continue?