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September 17, 2020 17 min
A covid 19 unemployment nightmare
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September 14, 2020 14 min
Issue: ALS; end of life; family; future of movies after the pandemic; new diversity Oscar rules
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September 9, 2020 27 min
Matt Bocchi was just 9 when he lost his 38 year old dad on 9/11. He is also a survivor of sexual abuse & addiction . His book “Sway” is the first book telling the story of and by a child of 9/11.
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August 28, 2020 15 min
John Leguizamo makes his directorial debut & stars in “Critical Thinking”, a movie we need right now. John also talks the future of movies.
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August 26, 2020 14 min
How to join the 9/11 Day Of Service when we can’t volunteer in person? 9/11 Day co-founder Jay Winuk explains…
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August 26, 2020 16 min
FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro opens up about what he experienced on 9/11 19 years ago, when he was Chief Of Operations for the FDNY
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August 25, 2020 15 min
As we get ready for the 19 year anniversary of the September 11the attacks, 9/11 community lawyer Michael Barasch has an important message for those who had a 9/11 cancer more than 2 years ago or lost a loved one to 9/11 cancer more than 2 years ago.
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August 19, 2020 15 min
Shelli Sonstein's Sessions
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August 19, 2020 15 min
“Scream” star David Arquette reveals his 8/28 documentary “You Cannot Kill David Arquette” was the result of being brutally bullied
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August 14, 2020 21 min
With the pandemic continuing and many still doing virtual schooling, how can we make this work for students/parents/teachers. It’s such a necessary conversation to have .
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August 11, 2020 11 min
Yes founding member Jon Anderson broke his foot right before the pandemic !! watch to find out how he and his wife are surviving the Cal shutdown, which is more restrictive than here!
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July 31, 2020 15 min
If you loved “The Amazing Race”, you gotta check out on Amazon Prime starting 8/14 “World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji”. Checkout this interview with Coree Woltering , the speedo-wearing member of Team Onyx, the first African American adventure racing team.
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July 30, 2020 13 min
It was 31 years ago when Yusef Hawkins was murdered in Bensonhurst, setting off racial tensions to new highs in NYC. Muta Ali’s HBO doc “Yusef Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn” was made before the murder of George Floyd..It could not be more timely. Check out this interview with Mut’a Ali…
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July 30, 2020 15 min
Can thinking positive draw positive things to your life? That’s the gist of “The Secret: Dare To Dream”, a Katie Holmes movie now streaming. Check out this interview with Director Andy Tennant, who also talks about what’s going on with “The Kominsky Method”, which he also directs?
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Imagine becoming chairman of the board of a nationwide rock ‘n roll magazine, when you’re 4 years old!!! That happened to JJ Kramer, son of the late publisher of the legendary “Creem” magazine
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How do parents feel about returning to in-class education ?
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July 21, 2020 15 min
An alternative to The Girl Scouts: The Radical Monarchs, a group for girls of color.
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July 16, 2020 16 min
why is there so much rage during this pandemic??? Mental Health America CEO & President Paul Gionfriddo discusses
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July 13, 2020 15 min
we all feel we are living the movie Groundhog day . how timely is the Hulu film “Palm Springs” with q1043 friend Andy Samberg & JK Simmons. Except they are in time warp. Such a relatable rom-com. Director max barbakow joins
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Now is the time to get your mammogram. It is safe to go in for scans! A discussion on the pandemic impact on the cancer community
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