This edition: Nancy Foner, Hunter College & Graduate Center/CUNYTweet
Original tape date: June 9, 2015.
First aired: June 17, 2015.
Distinguished Professor Nancy Foner reminds us that while current immigrants are different - coming from different places - than earlier immigrants, they come for the same reasons: freedom from political strife, a better quality of life, economic opportunity, and a better future for their children. They come to New York - a much more welcoming place.
Prof. Nancy Foner, Ph.D. Distinguished Professor of Sociology, Hunter College & Graduate Center/CUNY
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- "New York's New Edge" authors David Halle & Elisabeth Tiso
- Tuesday, July 31 - 2:30am
- Thomas P. DiNapoli: New York State Comptroller
- Tuesday, August 7 - 2:30am
- Prof. Ron Daniels - Selma: Historical Event and the Movie
- Tuesday, August 14 - 2:30am
- Chancellor James B. Milliken, The City University of New York
- Tuesday, August 21 - 2:30am
- Robert Paaswell: CCNY Institute of Urban Systems
- Tuesday, July 17 - 2:30am
- Ed Rollins-Sr. Presidential Fellow, Hofstra Univ.
- Tuesday, July 10 - 2:30am
- Bill Rudin, chairman, Association for a Better New York
- Wednesday, July 4 - 9:00am, 3:30pm, 10:30pm
- Thursday, July 5 - 9:00pm
- Heather Quinlan: Documentary Filmmaker/The 86 Mets
- Tuesday, July 3 - 2:30am
- Chancellor James B. Milliken
- Tuesday, June 26 - 2:30am