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This edition: May 2016

Episode Details

Original tape date: April 15, 2016.

First aired: May 6, 2016.

Race Relations: Asian American and African American leaders speak out in the aftermath of NYPD Rookie Officer Peter Liang Trial. Minnie Roh reports on how this case has rekindled a national debate on race and justice.

Rice is the #1 staple around the world where nearly 4 billion people consume it daily.
Reporter Paul Lin visits one sustainable rice farm right here in Manhattan.

Dr. Katherine Anne Paul, Curator of the Newark Museum’s “Wondrous Worlds” walks us through the Islamic art exhibition from around the world.

Stella is gracing the stage as the first Filipino American principal dancer for the American Ballet Theater. Reporter and Host Ernabel Demillo profiles this ballerina’s life and career.

Guest List

Stella Abrera Principal Dancer, American Ballet Theatre

William Colton New York State Assemblymember

Rev. Jacques DeGraff Associate Pastor, Canaan Baptist Church

Carol Gray Mother of Victim Kimani Gray

Ron Kim New York State Assemblymember

Walter T. Mosley New York State Assemblymember

Dr. Katherine Anne Paul Curator Arts of Asia, Newark Museum

EunYoung Sebazco Horticulture Manager, Randall’s Island Urban Farm

Nick Storrs Urban Farm Manager, Randall’s Island Urban Farm

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