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The Graduate Center of The City University of New York (CUNY) is a leader in public graduate education devoted to enhancing the public good through pioneering research, serious learning, and reasoned debate. The Graduate Center offers ambitious students more than 40 doctoral and master’s programs of the highest caliber, taught by top faculty from throughout CUNY — the nation’s largest public urban university. Through its nearly 40 centers, institutes, and initiatives, including its Advanced ...
 
Conversations in the Digital Age with Jim Zirin is a talk show designed to illuminate the news by taking the time required to understand and interpret national and world events. The series features high-profile guests from the worlds of politics, law, business, foreign relations, national security, counterterrorism, media, lifestyles, literature, the arts, and the military. The series is hosted by Jim Zirin, a leading litigator and contributor to major publications including Forbes, the Dail ...
 
City Talk is CUNY TV 's forum for politics and public affairs. City Talk presents lively discussion of New York City issues, with the people that help make this city function. City Talk is hosted by Professor Doug Muzzio, political commentator for WABC-TV New York, co-director of the Center for the Study of Leadership in Government and the founder and former director of the Baruch College Survey Research Unit, both at Baruch College's School of Public Affairs.
 
Brian Lehrer, of WNYC Radio's Brian Lehrer Show, also hosts an hour-long weekly television show on CUNY-TV. In addition to highlighting new academic research with the power to transform society and policy in a regular segment called, "Public Intellectual," Brian interviews experts on a wide variety of topics including: the digital age and how it’s transforming our world; new social and political trends and current events in New York City and beyond; entrepreneurs of change; grassroots enviro ...
 
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Guests representing real estate asset classes and public accounting discuss aspects of the hospitality industry incorporated into the office market. In addition to renovated lobbies, clients look for amenities not usually seen in commercial buildings. Also discussed, residential and mixed-use properties in emerging markets in Brooklyn and Queens.…
 
Join Third World Newsreel, Nodutdol for Korean Community Development, Korean Policy Institute, and The Documentary Forum at CCNY as they view two historical films about the U.S. in Korea The Women Outside: Korean Women and the US Military and Camp Arirang, and hear from a panel of scholars and activists. 2021 is the 71st anniversary of the Korean W…
 
Critical race theory, a respected intellectual framework that has been around since the 1970s and is taught mostly in law schools, is freaking out a lot of people. Bob tries to bring some clarity and honesty to this situation by speaking with Vincent Southerland, an assistant professor of clinical law at the NYU School of Law, and the co-editor of …
 
When CUNY Graduate Center Professor Matthew K. Gold tweeted last month that he and his colleague Lisa Rhody received a nearly $500,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to help their students learn digital skills and create digital projects, he drew an outpouring of support. Close to 20 colleagues from across The City University …
 
We are coming to you today from Snug Harbor on Staten Island where the Winter Lantern Festival is underway. This month on Arts in the City, we’ve got puppets including a one-on-one with the ever adorable Lamb Chop — also a singer who has been with the Met for 35 years and — get ready — we are heading to the kitchen for a little Thanksgiving cooking…
 
Join Third World Newsreel and the Documentary Forum at CCNY for a screening of CHINATOWN FILES (2001, 57 min) and conversation with producer/director Amy Chen and filmmaker/multimedia artist and activist Betty Yu. This documentary brought to the public, for the first time, a story deemed classified by the U.S. government for over four decades. Duri…
 
From the 1950s through the 1970s, blue-collar Filipino Americans, or Pinoys, lived a hardscrabble existence. Immigrant parents endured blatant racism, sporadic violence, and poverty while their U.S.-born children faced more subtle forms of racism, such as the low expectations of teachers and counselors in the public school system. In this collectio…
 
Guests discuss the ups and downs of the New York office market. An encouraging uptick in some portfolios is due to the number of employees returning to the office. Leasing and rents remain an issue of location and supply vs. demand. Newer quality buildings are most in demand; question is - what is the future of obsolete buildings? Co-working spaces…
 
Student leader Dave Basnet--a Hunter senior who was just named a Rhodes Scholar--joins Hannah to discuss his experiences being a DACA recipient from Nepal, the various trials and tribulations he faced when solidifying his legal status, and what could be done to make the immigration process more accessible to undocumented people.…
 
Identity is often fraught for multiracial Douglas, people of both South Asian and African descent in the Caribbean. In this groundbreaking volume, Sue Ann Barratt and Aleah N. Ranjitsingh explore the particular meanings of a Dougla identity and examine Dougla maneuverability both at home and in the diaspora.…
 
Guests comment: It's a buyer's market OR a seller's market - depending on where you are and what you have to sell! Condos are attracting parents buying for their children, who are moving east; Coops are less attractive as Boards can be difficult to deal with, and Townhouses appeal to families, as these facilities provide more space and more privacy…
 
David Bloomfield is a professor of Urban Education at the CUNY Graduate Center and of Education Leadership, Law, and Policy at Brooklyn College. A former general counsel of the New York City Board of Education, he is regularly consulted by the media for his expertise on education policy. He is the author of American Public Education Law, Third Edit…
 
Ads for websites like Draft Kings and FanDuel are seemingly everywhere. What does this inundation of gambling opportunities mean for the problem gambler? Are there ways to protect those who are vulnerable to this dangerous, sometimes heart-breaking addiction? Bob explores this subject with Ashley Owen, a team leader with the New York City Problem G…
 
Author Mary Talusan draws on hundreds of newspaper accounts and exclusive interviews with band members and their descendants to compose the story from the bands own voices. She sounds out the meanings of Americans responses to the band and identifies a desire to mitigate racial and cultural anxieties during an era of overseas expansion and increasi…
 
Builders, developers declare "the Hamptons are on fire," fast becoming a year-round residence, and facing issues common to many growing areas: traffic, described as "unbelievable;" affordable housing, proposals to build face opposition; and overcrowded schools. Land is scarce and building approvals are hard to get. Real estate is booming, restauran…
 
Chefs, owners, restaurateurs are starting to see "folks coming back to the restaurant!" Still unfilled offices remain a problem but New Yorker's have shown great support by generously accepting Covid sur-charges, outdoor dining, and fund raisers. Current challenges: scarcity of labor has caused limited hours/days open; broken supply chain, products…
 
Join co-editor Kent Wong, and panelists Alex Hing, May Ying Chen, and Marian Thom to discuss Asian American Workers Rising, a new book that celebrates the first thirty years of the Asian Pacific Labor Alliance (APALA), AFL-CIO, the first national Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) worker organization within the U.S. labor movement. The voices in thi…
 
As more and more workers return to offices and as representatives of an essential service, working to keep real estate from becoming a transmission site, guests discuss their comprehensive approach to cleaning and disinfecting facilities, designed to protect and reassure workers and tenants. Improved technology: temperature scanners, electrostatic …
 
Since COVID, overall crime rate has gone down. But, gun violence has increased primarily in neighborhoods that are impoverished and black. Why have Americans bought 3 million more guns at the beginning of lockdown than the year before? What are the possible causes and solutions to this development? Host Sheryl McCarthy talks with Candace McCoy, Pro…
 
Philip Luke Johnson is a Political Science Ph.D. candidate at the CUNY Graduate Center. He is also a lecturer in the undergraduate writing program at Princeton University. His dissertation research is supported by fellowships from the Graduate Center, The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation, and the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at the University o…
 
Industrial is ranked #1 as a real estate asset class and a highly sort after commercial investment. E-commerce sales and demand for over-night and even same-day delivery are driving "last mile" industrial facilities. Space for hard core industrials: garbage trucks, waste-recycling, parking, light manufacturing is not available. Labor shortages, sca…
 
Haiti can seem like a country that is cursed. It’s the poorest nation in our hemisphere and has long been beset by political instability, natural disasters, and stunning outbreaks of violence. Haitians fleeing their home country for one reason or another have contributed to a surge of migration into the United States, and that has created a politic…
 
UnHomeless NYC (Kingsborough Art Museum, online and off-site Oct. 10, 2021 Apr 14, 2022/in-person exhibition Mar 3 Apr 14, 2022) is a group exhibition of artists utilizing participation, activism, and pedagogy as their media to consider and better understand New York Citys housing crisis, and to think about our future as the city emerges from the C…
 
Guest says that to do business in New York, you have to be able to "ride the waves - to absorb the ups and downs." Long-time colleague and friend, Jeff Levine, bullish on New York's future despite 9/11 and economic disruptions, reviews his early ventures in Williamsburg and West Chelsea (now Hudson Yards). Working with social service agencies, Levi…
 
Prof. Kenneth J. Yin will present on his new book, Dungan Folktales and Legends, a unique anthology that acquaints English-speaking readers with the rich and captivating folk stories of the Dungans, Chinese-speaking Muslims who fled Northwest China for Russian Central Asia after the failure of the Dungan Revolt (18621877) against the Qing dynasty. …
 
Guest sites January 2021 as the beginning of a very active real estate market. New York City residences, looking to purchase their first apartments, showed interest in studios and one bedrooms; larger apartments followed. Tenants are slowly returning to Class A office buildings; Class B/C tenants are still working from home. Guest believes tenants …
 
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