Represent NYC: Past Episodes

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City Council Member Helen Rosenthal talks with NY Human Services Council Executive Director Allison Sesso and Urban Pathways CEO Frank Shack about the problem with the New York's current strategy for funding non-profits and what they need to do to help them thrive.
NYS Senator Daniel Squadron and his guests discuss observing the Lunar New Year, funding for the VSNY Nurse-Family Partnership and the importance of the Gender Equality Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA).
City Council Member Ben Kallos (District 5) talks about the Sutton Area development with Mike Ernst, the Director of Planning at the Municipal Arts Society, Rachel Levy, a Preservation and Planning Associate at FRIENDS of the Upper East Side Historic Districts, and Dieter Seelig the President of the Sutton Area Community.
Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer welcomes three current community board members: Zoe Markowitz, who is the youngest member of Community Board 8 on the Upper East Side, Andrew Zelter of Community Board 1 in Lower Manhattan and Tina Branham of Community Board 7 on the West Side, who will share their experiences and insights into why community boards are vital to the city.
Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer talks with her guests Norman Siegel, a civil rights attorney, and Eddie Silverio, Director of the Alianza Dominicana division of Catholic Charities, about how everyone can play a role in creating positive relationships between the NYPD and members of the community they serve.
City Council Member Margaret Chin (District 1) discusses the demand for affordable senior housing with her guests Bobbie Sackman, director of public policy at LiveOn NY, and Susan Wright, an architect and member of the AIANY Design for Aging Committee.