Sam Roberts presents his new book "The New Yorkers," the story of ordinary and extraordinary individuals who, in a city home to nearly one billion over the course of its lifetime, made their mark in some indelible way.
Join Progressive PR leader David Fenton and filmmaker, professor, and former Black Panther Jamal Joseph for a conversation about the power and limits of activism today and what the relationship is between activism and electoral politics nowadays.
Part two of the "There's No Place Like Home" series will look inside the home of Maria Hummer-Tuttle and examine the objects she has collected over the years, from the priceless to the flea-market finds.
A conversation that interrogates the relationship between halal food, New York City’s Muslim communities, class, bureaucracy, and religion. Followed by a tasting of two classic halal dishes you'll find sold by NYC's street vending community!