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In partnership with Public Square Media, we continue our special “Justice Week” series and examine the blueprint for the closing of Rikers Island with some of the key officials leading New York’s criminal justice reform.
We’ll take a look at how one group is aiming to accurately share the experiences of American troops, with Army veteran, and Emmy winning director of "Searching for Bergdahl" Robert Ham and Marine Corps veteran and associate producer and military advisor for Netflix's series, "Medal of Honor."
"Frontline to Homefront" is a MetroFocus series on Post 9/11 Veterans and how they are finding allies as they lead the fight to successfully transition to civilian life. It is also unique, because it is produced by a service-connected enlisted veteran of two branches of the Armed Services.
50 years ago, students took over Columbia University to protest the Vietnam War and a variety of other issues. We’re going back to a week that became a part of American history with William Sales, Jr., a protester who was there, and Paul Cronin the editor of the book, “A Time To Stir: Columbia ’68.”