Post Tagged with: "Garry Pierre-Pierre"

A Letter to Trump from ‘a Proud Shitholer’

A Letter to Trump from ‘a Proud Shitholer’

Caribbean, Immigration, Opinion January 12, 2018 at 6:07 pm

Garry Pierre-Pierre writes a letter to Donald Trump giving him a history lesson about Haiti.

Garry Pierre-Pierre

Pierre-Pierre to Step Down

Featured Posts, Media, New York, Voices' Picks December 10, 2014 at 2:39 pm

Garry Pierre-Pierre, executive director of the Center for Community and Ethnic Media, has decided to step down from his position effective Jan. 5.

Bangla Boom in the Bronx

Bangla Boom in the Bronx

Bronx, In the News, South Asian, Video June 27, 2014 at 4:03 pm

CUNY TV’s Independent Sources visits Parkchester to find out how Bengalis found their way to the neighborhood in the eastern Bronx.

Community and Ethnic Press Feted at Ippies Awards

Community and Ethnic Press Feted at Ippies Awards

Featured Posts, Media, New York, Video, Voices' Picks June 5, 2014 at 10:23 pm

The Center for Community and Ethnic Media at CUNY’s J School distributed awards June 5.

Chinese Newspapers Wage ‘Old-Fashioned Media War’

Chinese Newspapers Wage ‘Old-Fashioned Media War’

East Asian, Featured Posts, Media, Video, Voices' Picks January 24, 2014 at 5:29 pm

Representatives of four competing Chinese-American newspapers discussed the relative strengths of their publications.

David Ushery and Garry Pierre-Pierre (Image via video)

Voices of NY’s Top 20 on NBC NY

Featured Posts, Media, Video December 20, 2013 at 5:29 pm

CCEM’s Garry Pierre-Pierre is interviewed by David Ushery.

Talking Transition canvassers fan out across the city hoping to gauge what New Yorkers are looking for in the next mayoral administration. (Photo courtesy of Talkingtransitions.com)

Engaging Communities Through Ethnic Media

Communities, Elections 2013 November 8, 2013 at 6:14 pm

“Engaging New York’s Immigrant Communities Through Ethnic Media” is but one of many panels to be sponsored by Talking Transition, a new grass-roots endeavor aimed at soliciting ideas from New Yorkers for the city’s new mayoral administration. The panel will be held November 12.

Ethnic Media is More Than a Niche

Ethnic Media is More Than a Niche

Why is ethnic media still relatively invisible and what are the costs if this trend continues?

(Photo by Devan Mulvaney/Voices of NY)

Catsimatidis Brings Old School Flavor to Race

In a forum with the community and ethnic press, Republican mayoral candidate John Catsimatidis talked affordable housing and keeping NYCHA buildings safe, and his campaign’s efforts to meet with the many ethnic groups of the city, as evidenced by his “Lats for Cats” group – as in Latinos for Catsimatidis.

Candidates Support Increasing Ad Money City Spends on Ethnic Press

Candidates Support Increasing Ad Money City Spends on Ethnic Press

Business, Elections 2013, In the News, Media, Politics June 26, 2013 at 11:57 pm

Mayoral candidates react to a report that showed that the Bloomberg administration spends only 18 percent of its advertisement budget in community and ethnic publications.

John Liu Injects Humor to Embattled Campaign

John Liu Injects Humor to Embattled Campaign

Mayoral candidate John Liu sat with reporters and editors from the community and ethnic media, fielding whatever question was thrown his way and injecting most answers with a bit of humor.

Lhota Claims Giuliani Mantle, Sans Divisiveness

Lhota Claims Giuliani Mantle, Sans Divisiveness

Elections 2013, Featured Posts, Politics, Video June 17, 2013 at 6:14 pm

“I’m inextricably linked with the Giuliani administration,” said Republican candidate for mayor Joe Lhota. The businessman claimed the legacy of the last two mayors while carefully outlining “stylistic” differences.

Bill de Blasio Runs as the Anti-Bloomberg

Bill de Blasio Runs as the Anti-Bloomberg

Elections 2013, Featured Posts, Latino, Politics, Video June 17, 2013 at 6:11 pm

Setting himself as the progressive choice for mayor, Democratic contender Bill de Blasio promised, if elected, 200,000 new units of affordable housing, a better relationship with the city’s unionized workers and new health and education programs that would be funded by taxing the wealthiest New Yorkers.

Bill Thompson: New Yorkers Ignored for 20 Years

Bill Thompson: New Yorkers Ignored for 20 Years

Speaking at the first in a series of Q&As with mayoral candidates at CUNY, Bill Thompson promised that if elected mayor, he will build a diverse administration and nearly triple the money the city spends in ads in community and ethnic publications.

New NYS Immigrant Office to Focus on Businesses

New NYS Immigrant Office to Focus on Businesses

Business, Demographics, Immigration April 10, 2013 at 4:46 pm

Jorge Montalvo, director of the recently unveiled New York State Office for New Americans (ONA), speaks with Garry Pierre-Pierre of CUNY’s “Independent Sources” about the vision and work of the new agency.