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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 from the banking industry note that while the process is just beginning - we are coming out of the pandemic! Recovery has been faster than many expected; some retail and most stable assets nearing pre-pandemic "normal." The office market is still lagging as companies are evaluating the repopulation of their offices. Too high luxury retail re…
 
Today’s guest is Elvis Bakaitis, interim head of reference at the Graduate Center's Mina Rees Library. They serve on the CUNY LGBTQ Council and are a member of the board of CLAGS: the Center for LGBTQ Studies at the Graduate Center. They are also the library liaison to Women's and Gender Studies master’s program at the Graduate Center. Bakaitis is …
 
This presentation, based on an article by Prof. Glenn Magapantay, studies local LGBTQ AAPI organizations over the past twenty years. It reveals the constituent elements that have allowed them to survive and thrive. While they continue to face internal challenges in building their organizations, the National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQ…
 
Medgar Evers College is one of eleven four-year colleges in the City University system. Located in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, it was named after the late civil rights activist Medgar Evers, and was created with the mission of empowering and providing educational opportunities to the city’s educationally underserved black communities.…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a tragically disproportionate effect on America’s black communities, and yet, some members of the African-American and other communities of color, have been among those initially reluctant to take the vaccines that have been developed to combat the pandemic. Why is that? And what’s being done to reverse that reluctance…
 
Chinatown Heroes was published in Chinese in 2020 and recently translated into an English edition in 2021. This book describes a selection of community heroes, from the unique viewpoint of Wai Wah Chan, a Chinese community newspaper journalist. Chinatown Heroes tells the stories of Chinese American history, community campaigns for voter registratio…
 
The guests for this Pride Month episode of The Thought Project include Mica Baum Tuccillo, a student in the Psychology Ph.D. program (Critical Social/Personality Psychology training area) at the CUNY Graduate Center and a research fellow in its Publics Lab. She supported and facilitated the Beyond Acceptance Research Collective, a queer youth resea…
 
The June New York City primary elections are just around the corner and there is a new way of voting this year! Learn about Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) with Rank the Vote NYC so that you will be confident in using the new voting system before heading to the polls. This voter education training will explain what Ranked Choice Voting is, why you shoul…
 
Poet Tanya Ko Hong will read from her latest book of poems, The War Still Within: Poems of the Korean Diaspora (Kyso Flash, 2019). Dedicated to all the women everywhere who have lost their names, this book celebrates the courage of women to speak their truth and acknowledges the suffering of those who never could. Part historical imagining of Japan…
 
James Kuhn has experienced various cycles during his long real estate career - all related to imperfect financial, banking or tax systems. COVID-19 is a health-care crisis, different from all the rest that, in the end, a healthy company could survive. Discussing New York's resurgence, Kuhn notes the city's commitment to bio-science, having the ingr…
 
Rentals are now moving, there's a pent-up demand, buyers are coming up to seller's price, greater activity as Covid-19 figures improve. Business is a "coiled spring, a rattle snake, ready to strike," is a guest's dramatic description of the improvement in the rental market. Investors describe New York's market as fragmented; institutional investors…
 
On this episode of The Thought Project, Manu Bhagavan, professor of history at Hunter College and The Graduate Center, CUNY, and Vivian Louie, professor of urban policy and planning and director of the Asian American Studies Program and Center at Hunter College, discuss the spike in hate crimes around the world, particularly the hatred and violence…
 
Skyler Chin will present on Illegal, a poetry-rap-rock musical based on his grandfathers immigration documents from when he was detained on Angel Island in 1923. The lyrics are inspired by poetry carved into the walls by Chinese Angel Island detainees. Chin wrote Illegal to give voice to Asian Americans like his grandfather whose stories had been l…
 
During the 2020 summer of global uprisings in defense of Black life, widely circulated antiracist reading lists created heightened demand for books that promised to teach readers how to examine their internalized racism. Situated in U.S. racial liberalisms extensive literary genealogy, antiracist howto literature has historically swooped in during …
 
Tax experts discuss the SALT Cap Workaround, available to partnerships and S corporations, comprised solely of individual partners or shareholders. This workaround will enable those businesses that qualify, to deduct from their federal taxes, the $10,000. cap on state and local tax deductions, imposed by the 2017 Tax Reform Act.…
 
Rosa Squillacote and Milo Ward, students in the Ph.D. Program in Political Science at The Graduate Center, CUNY, share an interest in studying the New York City Police Department and policing in the U.S. Squillacote researches the limits of diversity within the NYPD and is an organizer for Mott Haven Families, an organization that aims to promote c…
 
Hank Sheinkopf's first experience with politics was in 1969, in Herman Badillo's unsuccessful campaign for mayor. Along with his long and successful career as a political consultant, Sheinkopf talks candidly about his sad history of abandonment, child neglect and abuse. Discussed: underfunded public education, Citizens United, a divided America.…
 
Should Puerto Rico become a state? Over the last 50 years Washington lawmakers have introduced more than 100 bills to resolve Puerto Rico’s status, but none of them have gone anywhere. Now, there are two bills before the House of Representatives that could decide the island’s status once and for all. Is Congress finally ready to make Puerto Rico a …
 
During the second part of our Town Hall, we will continue the conversation about the history of anti-Asian racism and violence, how the model minority myth is inextricably tied to anti-Asian racism, and discuss intersectionality and the wider range of issues faced by the Asian American Community that have been magnified during the pandemic. We will…
 
The general, almost universal feeling now, is that it was a good thing when Jackie Robinson broke the Major League color barrier in 1947. However, there were unintended consequences, which have been mostly lost in the unforgiving haze of history. Bob talks about those consequences with guest Andrea Williams, author of the new book, “Baseball’s Lead…
 
Prof. Catherine Ma will present on how the struggles and triumphs of Asian Americans can provide undergraduate students with a multicultural perspective to better understand structural racism, and offer examples for professors to engage their classes with difficult concepts related to racism and discrimination. Incorporating aspects of Asian Americ…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has fueled xenophobia and anti-Asian racism and violence. But Asian Americans have experienced racism long before the pandemic. At this event, we will talk about this important history, as well as more recent Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) experiences around COVID-19 related racism. We will address race-related stress …
 
The Coalition for Asian American Children and Families (CACF) is leading a collaborative with 39 Asian American community-based organizations to host an Asian American community mayoral candidates forum during Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.由Coalition for Asian American Children and Families
 
The Coalition for Asian American Children and Families (CACF) is leading a collaborative with 39 Asian American community-based organizations to host an Asian American community mayoral candidates forum during Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.由Coalition for Asian American Children and Families
 
Unable to host large gatherings due to the pandemic, forced to limit the number of people visiting the North Fork vineyards, guests describe their efforts to stay connected with customers with reservations only visits, wine education tours, small, private gatherings and selling wines directly to consumers. Guests discussed organic wine, sustainabil…
 
New York’s Newtown Creek is notorious as one of the most polluted waterways in the U.S., the site of a massive oil spill and industrial pollution stretching back to the 19th century. Restoration is underway, though, and three CUNY faculty members, Peter Groffman, Monica Trujillo, and Erika Niwa, are collaborating to help. They have teamed up to reh…
 
Due to Covid-19, the energy that drives New Yorkers was, according to Scott Rechler, temporarily "on pause." Accelerated vaccinations and increased technology have prompted office market recovery plans that include full time and hybrid work models. E-commerce, recovery in the rental market, urban & suburban interconnects, property conversions for i…
 
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