This edition: Unemployment in New York CityTweet
Original tape date: January 30, 2003.
Host, David R. Jones, President of the Community Service Society of New York, discusses unemployment trends in New York City with Community Service Society’s Mark Levitan, the New York Times’ Leslie Eaton, and New York Unemployment Project’s Jonathan Rosen. Post-9/11, New York City’s unemployed are disproportionately young, less educated, and people of color; this show explores why and what the city can do about it.
Leslie Eaton Reporter, New York Times
David R. Jones President & CEO, Community Service Society of New York
Dr. Mark Levitan Senior Policy Analyst, Community Service Society of New York
Jonathan Rosen Director, New York Unemployment Project
- Dr. Ralph da Costa Nunez on homelessness and youth-at-risk in NYC
- Wednesday, July 25 - 4:30am
- Ruth Messinger on NYC's support program budget cuts
- Wednesday, August 1 - 4:30am
- Dr. Roscoe C Brown, Jr. and Juan Cartagena on education for NYC's poor
- Wednesday, August 8 - 4:30am
- Major R. Owens and Nydia M. Velazquez on welfare and housing subsidy programs
- Wednesday, August 15 - 4:30am
- Megan E. McLaughlin on the 104th Session of Congress's approach to welfare
- Wednesday, July 18 - 4:30am
- Derrick Bell on racism
- Wednesday, July 11 - 4:30am
- What's Ahead for the African American Culture History?
- Wednesday, June 27 - 4:30am
- Wednesday, July 4 - 4:30am
- Restructuring Welfare in NYS
- Wednesday, June 20 - 4:30am