Meet 12-year-old Ximena Roca who sings about issues facing her family and community, in this segment of CUNY TV’s “Nueva York.”
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Isseu Diouf Campbell, the founder of Afrikanspot.com, and Gustavo Martinez Contreras, a former reporter for El Diario, discuss concerns of the community and ethnic media outlets, in a segment from BRIC TV.
BRIC TV goes into the classroom of El Puente’s BombaYo art program, which teaches kids history through bomba, a traditional dance and music form of Puerto Rico.
A video segment from BRIC TV on the infill plan captures the outcry of public housing residents in Brooklyn over the controversial program to build mixed-income housing on NYCHA property.
Long-Bin Chen makes sculptures and busts of historical figures and religious icons using books about them. SinoVision stops by his Bronx studio.
Step Afrika!, the first professional company devoted to stepping, gave high-energy performances at the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College.
Formerly incarcerated and now an anti-gun violence advocate, Marlon Peterson tells his story to BRIC TV.
As part of its Unmuted Voices series, the Pan Asian Repertory Theatre held a staged reading of “Wong Chin Foo,” a play on one of the first Chinese-American activists in the country. SinoVision attended the show.
In a video from BRIC TV, writer and journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates speaks about his latest book “Between the World and Me” as part of Greenlight Bookstore’s Brooklyn Voices series.
This episode of CUNY TV’s “Independent Sources” features the head of a police reform group that gave out mock tickets to white residents to bring awareness to discriminatory police practices; and the director of “9 Man,” a documentary on a sport played by Chinese men in Chinatown.
This edition of CUNY TV’s “Independent Sources” features segments on the continuing impacts of Hurricane Sandy, on the environment and the lives of survivors, and the bilingual children’s book “Sofi and the Magic, Musical Mural,” set in the South Bronx.
SinoVision attends a rehearsal of “Changing the Stats: Asian Americans on Broadway,” a production in which Asian-American actors perform dream roles not traditionally cast with performers of Asian descent.
CUNY TV’s “Independent Sources” looks at how the debt crisis in Puerto Rico is fueling arguments over the island’s status. The episode also features a project that gives free breast cancer screening to the uninsured, as well as a Philippine gold exhibition at the Asia Society.
Dance, music and a traditional Haitian procession came to the Brooklyn neighborhood Nov. 1.
Hundreds took part in festivities marking the 55th anniversary of Nigeria’s independence held in midtown Manhattan.