Thursday, June 13, 2019

Hate Crimes Rising In NYC Despite Overall Drop In Crime

Hate Crimes Rising SHARPLY In NYC Despite Overall Drop In Crime. My conversation with Rabbi David Niederman of the United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg,  #hatecrimes #antisemitism #NewYork #dominiccarter











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Monday, June 10, 2019

Is Tiffany Caban the next Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez?




Is Tiffany Caban the next  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in the hotly contested race for Queens District Attorney? Cabán is ONLY the second endorsement Ocasio-Cortez has made. Here is Dominic Carter’s conversation with Cabán   

Saturday, June 8, 2019

College Graduation for Sing Sing Inmates through Hudson Link





Journalist Dominic Carter recently traveled to Sing Sing Maximum Security Prison in Ossining, New York for the Hudson Link College Graduation.

Saturday, May 25, 2019

One-On-One with PBA President Pat Lynch





Dominic Carter interviews the head of the NYPD union. Pat Lynch talks about everything from the death of Eric Garner, the parole of cop killers, to his thoughts on Mayor de Blasio running for president.



Join Dominic Carter MONDAY on 77 WABC Radio (Memorial Day) from noon - 3pm.

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Brown v. Board of Ed. - 65 Yrs. Later

Are Schools Across the Country Segregated? What's your answer? This is part of the NYC Department of Education response we received for this story. Take a look at the piece, and you tell us whether schools are segregated OR NOT. “We’re taking bold steps to integrate our schools, including the District 1, 3 and 15 diversity plans; Diversity in Admissions pilots; the work of the independent School Diversity Advisory Group; and our new school diversity grant program. 65 years after Brown v. Board of Education, the Chancellor has made it clear that we can no longer allow a system of segregation to persist—the time to act is now.”



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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

HUD Proposes New Immigration Rule





The Trump Administration is proposing a rule that is aimed at keeping undocumented immigrants from receiving federal housing assistance, but it could result in the displacement of 55,000 children who are in the country legally from public housing.

Hate Crimes Rising In NYC Despite Overall Drop In Crime

Hate Crimes Rising SHARPLY In NYC Despite Overall Drop In Crime. My conversation with Rabbi David Niederman of the United Jewish Organizatio...