Controversy and confusion continues around sexual assault cases on college campuses. As protections undergo a shift, what does it mean for both the accusers and the accused? According to a new audit, 31 colleges in New York State are under investigation for their handling of sexual assault cases. We’ll hear from a leading expert on this critical issue, Vanessa Grigoriadis, the […]
Actress and advocate Judith Light is on a mission to save lives. She’ll be here with a warning we all need to heed. For more information about the flu shot click here.
Hate crimes, they’re on the rise here in New York City and across the country. We’re taking a close look at this disturbing trend and what’s being done to stop it. Christopher Mathias, the national reporter for the Huffington Post, will join us with the report.
It’s been 50 years since PBS started its collaboration with the country and our achievements together have been great. Bill Moyers and former Secretary Joseph Califano, two of the men who helped pave the way for public broadcasting in Washington, celebrate all that is educational ahead of our upcoming “American Graduate Day.” The nation’s growing addiction to opioids. The new face […]
Sparks flew at last night’s Mayoral debate as Bill de Blasio fought City Hall hopefuls Nicole Malliotakis and Bo Dietl in a bare knuckles debate, but did it change any minds? We’ll have the full report with WNYC’s City Hall reporter, Brigid Bergin. Once a victim, now he’s a leading voice for equality and for caution. On “National Coming Out Day,” Zeke […]
Days after the disgraced former studio head and Hollywood heavyweight Harvey Weinstein was fired from his own company, the list of sexual harassment claims against him grows and the message it’s sending reverberates, not just in New York and Hollywood, but in homes across America. We’ll hear from one of the women who accuses Weinstein and from Gretchen Carlson, who […]