Spending a year in space. It’s a feat that’s never been accomplished, or documented—until now. We’ll give you a firsthand look at life aboard the international space station. Aired on November 14, 2017.
Republicans unveil their tax reform bill. But, as the House heads toward a vote, mayors from across New York state call on Members of Congress to vote no. So, if the bill is passed into law, how would it affect you? We’ll tell you! Aired on November 14, 2017.
Jane Stoddard Williams, Chair of Horizons National’s Board of Directors, is giving back by working to close the educational gap that often relates to income inequality. Aired on November 13, 2017.
She was more than a gossip columnist, she was a celebrity in her own right, who had her finger on the pulse of Manhattan. Aired on November 13, 2017.
Marc Morial, National Urban League President & CEO who was a featured speaker at The Manhattan Chamber of Commerce’s Chairman’s Breakfast, is here with an analysis of equality and opportunity in New York and beyond. Aired on November 13, 2017.
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. Previously aired on October 12, 2017.
In honor of Veterans Day, MetroFocus speaks with Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills, one of only five quadruple amputees from the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts. He discusses his new book “Tough As They Come,” how he continues to overcome life’s challenges and why he became an advocate for veterans and amputees. Tonight we follow the President of Cadman Park Conservancy, […]
Tonight we follow the President of Cadman Park Conservancy, Toba Potosky, on his mission to re-open and restore the Brooklyn World War II memorial erected by New York City Parks Commissioner Robert Moses in 1951. Aired on November 10, 2017