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THE TIMES OF GODFATHER HARLEM
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MetroFocus | November 19, 2020
New EPIX docuseries “By Whatever Means Necessary: The Times Of Godfather Harlem” brings to life the excitement of 1960s Harlem and introduces the artists who dared to use their voices, instruments and lyrics to take a stand against systemic injustice. Tonight, executive producer and director Keith McQuirter and vocalist Robin ...
MetroFocus: November 19, 2020
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MetroFocus | November 19, 2020
New EPIX docuseries “By Whatever Means Necessary: The Times Of Godfather Harlem” brings to life the excitement of 1960s Harlem and introduces the artists who dared to use their voices, instruments, and lyrics to take a stand against systemic injustice. Also, Muhammad Ali's daughter, Hana Ali shares the intimate side ...
MetroFocus: November 18, 2020
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MetroFocus | November 18, 2020
Randi Shubin Dresner, President and CEO of Island Harvest food bank, and New York State Commissioner Of Agriculture, Richard Ball join us tonight to discuss the challenges of combating food insecurity amid the pandemic. Also, author and publisher Wade Hudson and his wife, publisher and editor Cheryl Willis discuss their ...
FIGHTING FOOD INSECURITY ON LONG ISLAND
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MetroFocus | November 18, 2020
As part of our Chasing The Dream initiative on poverty, justice, and economic opportunity in America- Randi Shubin Dresner, President and CEO of Island Harvest food bank- the largest food relief organization in Long Island and New York State Commissioner Of Agriculture, Richard Ball join us tonight to discuss the ...
MetroFocus: November 17, 2020
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MetroFocus | November 17, 2020
Greg David, Fiscal and Economics reporter at The City discusses the dire financial future that awaits us in 2021 and whether federal aid can fill the state’s $8 billion hole. Also, more than 300 theater artists- Black, Indigenous and people of color- have joined the intense national conversation concerning race- ...
WHAT DOES A BIDEN WIN MEAN NY’S TROUBLED ECONOMY?
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MetroFocus | November 17, 2020
More than 300,000 New Yorkers have left the city, further sending the state’s economy into a frightening freefall. How will we bridge the budget gap? Greg David, Fiscal and Economics reporter at The City discusses the dire financial future that awaits us in 2021 and whether federal aid can fill ...
MetroFocus: November 16, 2020
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MetroFocus | November 16, 2020
A look at the news making local and national headlines this week. Weighing in tonight are Maria Hinojosa, who is anchor and executive producer of “Latino USA” and President and founder of Futuro Media, Joseph Pinion, the Founder and Chairman of The Conservative Color Coalition, and Laura Nahmias, NY Daily ...
TRUMP INSIDER PREDICTS PRESIDENT’S STRATEGY
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MetroFocus | November 12, 2020
As the current administration continues to contest the results of this year's presidential election, a Trump insider examines the President’s strategy to predict his next move. Tonight Sam Nunberg, attorney and former political advisor to Trump’s 2016 campaign joins us for this deep dive into the mind of Donald Trump.
MetroFocus: November 12, 2020
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MetroFocus | November 12, 2020
As the current administration continues to contest the results of the election, a Trump insider examines the President’s strategy to predict his next move. Sam Nunberg, former political advisor to Trump’s 2016 campaign joins us for this deep dive into the mind of Donald Trump. Also, in celebration of Native ...
INVESTIGATING DONALD TRUMP
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MetroFocus | November 11, 2020
A number of lawsuits and investigations await Donald Trump once he returns to private life. Former Federal Prosecutor and Lecturer-In-Law at Columbia Law School, Jennifer Rodgers joins us to discuss the cases, presidential immunity, and how likely it is that a Biden Justice Department will prosecute a former President.