Represent NYC: Past Episodes

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NYS Assembly Member Richard Gottfried will explore the impact of this new law. He is joined by Andrew Berman, the executive director of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation; and Fern Luskin, the co-founder of Friends of Hopper Gibbons House Underground Railroad Site.
New York State Senator Bill Perkins and his guests discuss his bill to change the practice of solitary confinement in New York State prisons. They also explore if New York City's charter schools are delivering on their promise to improve education.
Ben Max, executive editor of Gotham Gazette, Brigid Bergin, political reporter from WNYC Radio and Jeff Mays, political reporter from DNAInfo New York discuss what we can expect from Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential debates.
Central Harlem’s Community Board 10 Chair Brian Benjamin sits down with HDFC Shareholder Gayle Davis, John McBride of the HDFC Coalition, and Mark Matthews from the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) to discuss their opposing viewpoints of the effects this new regulation will have on those involved.
District 76 Assembly Member Rebecca Seawright discusses the importance of grassroots community organizing in promoting a better quality of life for all with her guests Elizabeth Patrick, vice president of the East 72nd Street Neighborhood Association, and Joyce Short, committee chair of government operation for the Roosevelt Island Residents Association.
Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer talks with Thomas K. Wright, president of the Regional Planning Association and Vishaan Chakrabarti, architect and city planner, about the plans for renovating the outdated Penn Station and Port Authority Bus Terminal.