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JFK sits down with Keiko Sono to talk about how it felt to be an Asian American and witness Andrew yang's campaign. Keiko Sono, an artist, turned permaculturist and universal basic income supporter. Keiko's work has "one fundamental goal: to connect us to the world—to other beings, the natural environment, or objects; in present, past or future; in absurdity, wit, or utter beauty." She uses visual media, video, an... Read more

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JFK sits down with Mohammad Faisal. Founder of MoneyHubNYC.org to talk about the state of adding entrepreneurship and confidence to the education system. Mohammed Faisal graduated class of 2016 from The City College of New York with a B.A. in Economics. His focus was on macroeconomics studies, social economics empowerment and strategic management. During college he became a Colin Powell Community Engagement fellow when his projec... Read more

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JFK sits down with Minda Harts, author of The Memo: What Women of Color Need To Do To Secure A Seat At The Table. This book is a first of its kind of Black and Women of Color. Minda Harts is a well-connected, sought after speaker and thought-leader, frequently speaking on topics of Advancing Women of Color, Leadership, Equity, and Entrepreneurship. In 2018, Minda was named as one of 25 Emerging Innovators by American Express. Min... Read more

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JFK sits down with Dele Atanda – Entrepreneur, Innovator, Future Hacker to talk about both the value of data and data sovereignty. www.linkedin.com/in/deleatanda Dele Atanda is a serial entrepreneur and acclaimed digital visionary. He is CEO of metaMe, the world’s first Self-Sovereign AI and Clean Data Marketplace, and founder of The Internet.Foundation, an NGO dedicated to advancing the ethical use of data in commerce while esta... Read more

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JFK sat down with Nathan Chen and Rep. Lamont Robinson to talk about democratic voting structures. Nathan Chen is building Free Agency, where startup and tech talent are represented. He is also an organizer for RadicalxChange NYC. Previously, he helped manage the portfolio of startups at ConsenSys . Lamont J. Robinson Jr. is an American insurance agent, educator, and politician who is a Democratic member of the Illinois House of... Read more

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JFK sat down with author and financial consultant Shawn Rochester on his book The Black Tax to discuss his methodology for creating a win-win by investing in Black Americans called PHD (Purchase, Hire, and Deposit) Black. This strategy is for all of Americans and so is the book. Bio: Financial Guru & Good Steward® Coach Shawn D Rochester is the CEO of Good Steward and a financial mentor and strategist to individuals and famili... Read more

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This is a bonus episode. JFK sits down with Phil Anderson on his shoe "Phil & Friends" on WHCR 90.3 FM at 12 noon to talk politics, because his evening show. These are live excerpts from the show. Phil and Friends is a young, fresh, relevant show that deals with topics that matter to the Harlem community like gentrification, politics, relationships and Blacks in Corporate America. Guests come from all industries includ... Read more

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JFK sits down with Dr Cheryl Pahaham Urban Sociologist and activist in the Inwood community's Northern Manhattan is NOt For $ale movement to talk about her building of a land trust and the recent legal battle that her org won against the City of New York's rezoning. Follow Cheryl Pahaham (pronounced PAM) on social media https://www.linkedin.com/in/cheryl-pahaham-ph-d-3632795/

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JFK sits down with fellow US Congressional Candidate, Isiah James a Democratic Social running in NY-9. From his website www.isiahforcongress.com I was born the son of two working-class parents. My father was a day laborer who immigrated to Brooklyn from the island of Jamaica. My mother was born in rural Mississippi, growing up in a sharecropping town at the height of racial segregation. My parents instilled in me a profound sense ... Read more

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JFK sits down with Helen Nissenbaum, author of Obfuscation: A User's Guide for Privacy and Protest Helen Nissenbaum is a Professor at Cornell Tech and in the Information Science Department at Cornell University. Her research takes an ethical perspectives on policy, law, science, and engineering relating to information technology, computing, digital media and data science. Topics have included privacy, trust, accountability, se... Read more

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Dr. Irwin Garfinkel is a world-leading researcher on poverty and the welfare state and a go-to resource for policymakers interested in anti-poverty programs at all levels of government. --- Dr. Irwin Garfinkel is the Mitchell I. Ginsberg Professor of Contemporary Urban Problems, and co-founding director of the Columbia Population Research Center (CPRC). Of the 37 population research centers funded by the National Institute of Child... Read more

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JFK sits down with the editors of Debates in Digital Humanities series (https://dhdebates.gc.cuny.edu/) Matthew K. Gold and Lauren F. Klein Matthew K. Gold is Associate Professor of English and Digital Humanities at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY). At the Graduate Center, he holds teaching appointments in the Ph.D. Program in English, the M.A. Program in Liberal Studies (MALS), the M.A. Program in Di... Read more

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JFK sits down with Author Stephen Brier about his latest book Austerity Blues for a candid conversation on money in the modern school system. Stephen Brier is Professor in the Urban Education PhD program and founder and coordinator (2002-17) of the Graduate Center’s Interactive Technology & Pedagogy certificate program. He teaches courses in the history of public education and his research interests include race, class, and et... Read more

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This week JFK sits down with David Pozen of Columbia Law about his book Troubling Transparency: The History and Future of Freedom of Information. He teaches and writes about constitutional law and information law, among other topics. For the 2017-2018 academic year, Pozen was the inaugural visiting scholar at the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University. From 2010 to 2012, Pozen served as special advisor to Harold ... Read more

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JFK sits down with Historian Ben Hett on his new book, pout in paperback, The Death of Democracy: Hitler's Rise to Power and the Downfall of the Weimar Republic. Benjamin Hett was born in Rochester, New York but grew up in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, leaving him with a lifelong if mostly heartbreaking attachment to the Edmonton Oilers of the NHL. He earned a BA in Political Science and English Literature from the University of... Read more

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JFK sits down with rapper Mickey Factz & neuroscientist/rapper Micah Brown to talk about mapping the brain and culture as a result. Mickey Factz, is a world renowned freestyler and American hip hop recording artist from the Bronx borough of New York City. His Discography is Albums 2016: The Achievement 2018: The New Museum 2018: I Said Yo Mixtapes 2006: In Search Of N*E*R*D 2007: Flashback Vol.1: Back to the Future 2007: Hea... Read more

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This week, JFK talking about Law & Happiness with Christopher Buccafusco, Professor of Law and Director of the Intellectual Property & Information Law Program at Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University. Professor Buccafusco's research employs empirical social science methods to test fundamental assumptions about how the intellectual property system functions. IP law attempts to affect people's creative behavior... Read more

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JFK talks with Finn Brunton Associate Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University on his latest book Digital Cash: The Unknown History of the Anarchists, Technologists, and Utopians Who Created Cryptocurrency (Princeton, 2019) Finn Brunton is also the author of Spam: A Shadow History of the Internet (MIT Press, 2013), Obfuscation: A User’s Guide for Privacy and Protest with Helen Nissenbaum (MIT Press, 20... Read more

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JFK talks homelessness with NYC activist Wendy O'Shields about her in homelessness with the City departments of NYC. I work as a Housing Advocate for the Homeless and Welfare Reform in the City of New York. My advocacy has improved the City of New York’s Department of Homeless Services treatment of shelter residents. My advocacy for Welfare Reform has lessened barriers for no to low-income people’s ability to access vital publ... Read more

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This week, JFK talked education and policy with Principal Mahaliel Bethea of the famed boys school Eagle Academy @EAFNYC. Born and raised in the South Bronx, He began his teaching career by way of Teach for America in the very neighborhood he grew up in. Before transitioning into school leadership, Mr. Bethea founded and developed an award winning step team and a international travel abroad program, which provided opportunitie... Read more

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