CUNY TV’s “Asian American Life” visits Ellis Island’s new exhibit and looks at how some of those who passed through the gateway shaped Asian-American history.
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As Thailand’s prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha prepares to address the UN this week, pro- and anti-Thai government protesters gathered nearby.
At a forum in Sunset Park, Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson and others spoke to immigrants about scams targeting their communities, and efforts by the borough to combat exploitation.
Eleven days of celebrating the Feast of San Gennaro just wrapped up on Mulberry Street in Little Italy.
Dozens marched for peace in Crown Heights Sept. 17 in response to recent violent crimes in the area, including the fatal shooting of Carey Gabay.
Salsa dancing and Chinese opera were on view as part of the BEAT Festival in Brooklyn this year.
SinoVision attends the opening of “Intimate Transgressions,” an art exhibition at WhiteBox on the use of sexual violence in times of war.
CUNY TV’s ”Asian American Life” speaks to New Yorkers working to preserve the indigenous Newar culture in Nepal; the first Korean-American female judge in the city; and a few of the half a million Asian Latinos living in the U.S., many of them in the city.
SinoVision attends the debut solo exhibition of Chinese artist Hung Yao, who started out in traditional Chinese brush painting before developing the “snapline” technique to add innovative elements to his work.
Trinidadian history comes to life in the musical “Flambeaux.”
CUNY TV’s “Nueva York” features the Nohra Haime Gallery, which exhibits diverse contemporary artwork; Spanish actress and writer Concha Buika; radio personality Mario Murillo; and Donceles Bookstore, home to 25,000 used books in Spanish.
Hear what Afropunk means to different people in this video filmed in Brooklyn at the Afropunk Fest 2015.
For the past decade, the Flanbwayan Haitian Literacy Project in Brooklyn has been helping Haitian youth new to NYC to adjust to new schools and a new life.
CUNY TV’s “Independent Sources” interviews two female artists – Farzana Fatema, a henna artist who demonstrates her skills on camera, and Rodríguez “Roca” Calero, who intertwines spirituality and urban culture in her artwork.
The 2nd Annual Festival of African Cultures, a collaboration between the organization Thirst for Water and the city of Mount Vernon, was held in the Westchester County city on August 8.