This edition: Election 2008: The Urban AgendaTweet
Original tape date: October 21, 2008.
Moderator Bob Liff and a panel of experts discuss the 2008 Presidential contest and its implications on New York City and urban areas around the nation. Particular emphasis is placed upon the on-going financial crisis in the US, as well as the impact of the crisis on the next Presidential administration. The panel explores the impact of the financial crisis on aid to state and localities, along with the ramifications of leaner budgets on affordable housing, tax policy, and social services in New York and throughout the nation. A host of questions are then posed by members of the student audience, requiring panelists to wrestle with the broader impact of the election on communities of need in various cities.
Charles Brecher Executive Vice President & Director of Research, Citizens Budget Commission
Prof. Ann Cohen Professor, Political Science Dept., Hunter College/CUNY
Hon. Hakeem Jeffries NY State Assembly, 57th District
Bob Liff Senior Vice President, George Arzt Communications
Bishop Mitchell G. Taylor Pres. & CEO, East River Development Alliance
- Outcomes 2018: What Comes After the Elections?
- Tuesday, December 11 - 8:30pm
- Thursday, December 13 - 8:00am, 2:00pm
- Saturday, December 15 - 9:00am
- Sunday, December 16 - 4:00pm
- Tuesday, December 18 - 3:00pm
- Tuesday, January 1 - 8:30pm
- Thursday, January 3 - 8:00am, 2:00pm
- Saturday, January 5 - 9:00am
- Sunday, January 6 - 4:00pm
- Tuesday, January 8 - 3:00pm
- Politics in the Cloud: New Media, New Journalism and the Public Sphere
- Sunday, November 11 - 4:00pm
- Tuesday, November 13 - 3:00pm