Civil Disobedience Threat Brings Negotiations

March 9, 2016

A coalition of tenant groups and unions postpones planned civil disobedience opposing Mayor de Blasio’s affordable housing plan, after the administration’s last-minute […]

Food Crisis Among Seniors In Bed-Stuy

March 1, 2016

In Bedford Stuyvesant seniors are suffering from chronic health conditions at some of the highest rates in the country, because they can’t […]

Human Trafficking In Mexico

February 15, 2016

Watch NET TV web special on human trafficking throughout Mexico, and the Catholic organizations that have a role in helping ease the […]

Missing Women of Juarez

February 15, 2016

Juan Carlos Aguirre talks about “Femicide” or the targeted violence towards women in the border town of Juárez are done mostly by the […]

Brooklyn Aids Syrian Refugees

February 8, 2016

Brooklyn responds to the war in Syria that is creating an overwhelming refugee crisis. A local Eastern Bishop, Gregory Mansour, calls all […]

Prison Reform

January 31, 2016

Special guests Traci Leach and Crystal Degnitz-Roldan, participants of the Hour Working Women Reentry Program join Monsignor Kieran Harrington to discuss the […]

New Yorkers Want $15 Minimum Wage

January 22, 2016

According to a Qunnipeac University Poll, 75 percent of New Yorkers think the minimum wage should be $15.  Our Konrad Aderer spoke […]

Hot and Cold, CHIPS is there

January 15, 2016

The cold weather is coming back, with officials concerned for the welfare of the city’s homeless.  Our Konrad Aderer visited one organization […]

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