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Ronnie M. Eldridge, articulate, outspoken, and passionate member of the New York City Council from 1989 to 2001, hosts this series which covers the issues and institutions, the people and politics of New York City.

Latest Episodes

Les Leopold: Runaway Inequality, Labor and COVID-19

Les Leopold, author of "Runaway Inequality," executive director of The Labor Institute discusses programs and workshops to build a coherent mass movement promoting economic, social and environmental justice.

--4 d ago
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Les Leopold: Runaway Inequality, Labor and COVID-19

Helen Rosenthal: New York City Council Member, District 6

Helen Rosenthal, City Council Member, discusses an estimated $13 billion short-fall in NY's budget which was sound prior to COVID-19. The problem now is inadequate revenue. Rosenthal suggests a return to the Securities Transfer Tax for that revenue.

--1 w ago
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Helen Rosenthal: New York City Council Member, District 6

William J. Cole, MD, NYU Langone: Medicine & COVID-19

Dr. William Cole, NYU Langone discusses the growth of telemedicine, remote medical care, popular world-wide due to COVID-19. Did he anticipate another COVID-19 wave, "Absolutely," he said. Get tested & consider your activities best for you and the family.

--2 w ago
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William J. Cole, MD, NYU Langone: Medicine & COVID-19

Steven Zeidman: CUNY School of Law, Defenders Clinic

Steven Zeidman, co-director of the CUNY School of Law, Defenders Clinic said in New York, about 9,000 men and women - over the age of 50, many having already served 20-30 years have little or no chance of being released from prison. Zeidman discussed the parole process, Parole Boards, how appeals for clemency are handled and CUNY School of Law's focus on public interest law.

--JUN 4
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Steven Zeidman: CUNY School of Law, Defenders Clinic

Liz Krueger; NY State Senator/Chair-Senate Finance Committee

State Senator Liz Krueger, chair of the Senate Finance Committee talks about NY State's budget and the crucial role of the Federal Government in support of each state's finances. For states to deal with the pandemic requires Federal Government aid.

--MAY 28
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Liz Krueger; NY State Senator/Chair-Senate Finance Committee

Can the Election for President be Stopped?

Jerry Goldfeder, election law attorney at Stroock, with the Constitution, outlines steps and procedures leading to the election of the US President. States and the Congress have the power to make certain that the Election for President takes place.

--MAY 21
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Can the Election for President be Stopped?

Arlene Lopez: CUNY Grad & JD Candidate at Harvard Law School

Arlene Lopez, Queens College grad, enthusiastically describes her undergraduate education and CUNY's ERT Internship Program in Government & Public Affairs. Ms. Lopez is a JD candidate at Harvard Law School, interested in a career in international law.

--MAY 14
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Arlene Lopez: CUNY Grad & JD Candidate at Harvard Law School

A Conversation with Gale Brewer

Ronnie Eldridge is having a one-on-one conversation with Borough of Manhattan President Gale Brewer about city matters -including the state of education- in the midst of the COVID Pandemic.

--MAY 7
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A Conversation with Gale Brewer

Heath Brown, John Jay College

Ronnie Eldridge talks with Heath Brown, Associate Professor of Public Policy at John Jay College and the Graduate Center, as well as prolific author of scholarly articles, popular political websites, as well as books about politics and government.

--MAR 12
Comments
Heath Brown, John Jay College

Tanya Domi and The Thought Project

Ronnie Eldridge talks with Tanya Domi, Director of Media Relations for CUNY's Graduate Center & host of The Thought Project, a podcast where she talks with faculty & students about the big thinking & big ideas generating ground breaking research.

--MAR 5
Comments
Tanya Domi and The Thought Project

Latest Episodes

Les Leopold: Runaway Inequality, Labor and COVID-19

Les Leopold, author of "Runaway Inequality," executive director of The Labor Institute discusses programs and workshops to build a coherent mass movement promoting economic, social and environmental justice.

--4 d ago
Comments
Les Leopold: Runaway Inequality, Labor and COVID-19

Helen Rosenthal: New York City Council Member, District 6

Helen Rosenthal, City Council Member, discusses an estimated $13 billion short-fall in NY's budget which was sound prior to COVID-19. The problem now is inadequate revenue. Rosenthal suggests a return to the Securities Transfer Tax for that revenue.

--1 w ago
Comments
Helen Rosenthal: New York City Council Member, District 6

William J. Cole, MD, NYU Langone: Medicine & COVID-19

Dr. William Cole, NYU Langone discusses the growth of telemedicine, remote medical care, popular world-wide due to COVID-19. Did he anticipate another COVID-19 wave, "Absolutely," he said. Get tested & consider your activities best for you and the family.

--2 w ago
Comments
William J. Cole, MD, NYU Langone: Medicine & COVID-19

Steven Zeidman: CUNY School of Law, Defenders Clinic

Steven Zeidman, co-director of the CUNY School of Law, Defenders Clinic said in New York, about 9,000 men and women - over the age of 50, many having already served 20-30 years have little or no chance of being released from prison. Zeidman discussed the parole process, Parole Boards, how appeals for clemency are handled and CUNY School of Law's focus on public interest law.

--JUN 4
Comments
Steven Zeidman: CUNY School of Law, Defenders Clinic

Liz Krueger; NY State Senator/Chair-Senate Finance Committee

State Senator Liz Krueger, chair of the Senate Finance Committee talks about NY State's budget and the crucial role of the Federal Government in support of each state's finances. For states to deal with the pandemic requires Federal Government aid.

--MAY 28
Comments
Liz Krueger; NY State Senator/Chair-Senate Finance Committee

Can the Election for President be Stopped?

Jerry Goldfeder, election law attorney at Stroock, with the Constitution, outlines steps and procedures leading to the election of the US President. States and the Congress have the power to make certain that the Election for President takes place.

--MAY 21
Comments
Can the Election for President be Stopped?

Arlene Lopez: CUNY Grad & JD Candidate at Harvard Law School

Arlene Lopez, Queens College grad, enthusiastically describes her undergraduate education and CUNY's ERT Internship Program in Government & Public Affairs. Ms. Lopez is a JD candidate at Harvard Law School, interested in a career in international law.

--MAY 14
Comments
Arlene Lopez: CUNY Grad & JD Candidate at Harvard Law School

A Conversation with Gale Brewer

Ronnie Eldridge is having a one-on-one conversation with Borough of Manhattan President Gale Brewer about city matters -including the state of education- in the midst of the COVID Pandemic.

--MAY 7
Comments
A Conversation with Gale Brewer

Heath Brown, John Jay College

Ronnie Eldridge talks with Heath Brown, Associate Professor of Public Policy at John Jay College and the Graduate Center, as well as prolific author of scholarly articles, popular political websites, as well as books about politics and government.

--MAR 12
Comments
Heath Brown, John Jay College

Tanya Domi and The Thought Project

Ronnie Eldridge talks with Tanya Domi, Director of Media Relations for CUNY's Graduate Center & host of The Thought Project, a podcast where she talks with faculty & students about the big thinking & big ideas generating ground breaking research.

--MAR 5
Comments
Tanya Domi and The Thought Project
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