Hillary Rodham Clinton , Democratic nominee for president in 2016, former Secretary of State, former U.S. senator from New York and former first lady of the United States, and her daughter Chelsea Clinton , a global health advocate and vice chair of the Clinton Foundation, talk about The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience (Simon & Schuster, 2019), and share their favorite courageous women.
Seeing Race, Class & Power Through Brooklyn Schools
Mark Winston Griffith , the executive director of the Brooklyn movement Center, and journalist Max Freedman , co-producers and co-hosts of the podcast “School Colors,” talk about its examination of the way race, class and power shape American cities and schools through a deep-dive into those issues in Central Brooklyn and preview the next episode about how school choice has played out.
Impeachment Daily: Pelosi Is 'Deadly Serious'
Gabriel Debenedetti , for New York Magazine , brings a behind-the-scenes look at how House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has handled the last three weeks since she announced she would back an impeachment inquiry into the president. Plus the latest in impeachment inquiry news.
The Vote to Close Rikers
Rachel Holliday Smith , at Spectrum News New York 1, talk about today's vote to close Rikers Island and replace it with borough jails.
what real estate developer is lined up to get Rikers? No real reforms, just close and relocate prisoners, then just like LICH, we will hear about condos being built on Rikers.
— Sophia V-DeVirgilio (@SophiaVDeVirgil)
how about instead of tearing down rikers island. How about we use it as a Federal reform for the homeless. We can even use it as a halfway point for inmates who are on the borderline of being completely reformed to help educate and assist the homeless.
— Byrdman (@byrdjime)
Grieving a Giant, Elijah Cummings
Missouri Congressman Emanuel Cleaver II (D-5) and Michael Eric Dyson ,Georgetown University professor and New York Times contributing opinion writer, reflect on the passing of the Baltimore Congressman Elijah Cummings.