Distinguished Lecturer in journalism at Queens College and long-time New York Newsday columnist Sheryl McCarthy speaks with accomplished individuals from all walks of life in this engaging half-hour series.
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Two unfiltered Latinas, Jannira and Sofia share life, motherhood, and a whole lot of laughs. Best friends since college, Sofia is an actress and entrepreneur living in LA and mom to a three year old while Jannira is a counselor and mom to a nine year old, living in Puerto Rico. Digging into their Latin roots, culture, and they dissect what it takes to thrive in the midst of all life throws at them. JANNIRA ROMAN was born and raised in New York. After completing her studies, Jannira relocated ...
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Since COVID, overall crime rate has gone down. But, gun violence has increased primarily in neighborhoods that are impoverished and black. Why have Americans bought 3 million more guns at the beginning of lockdown than the year before? What are the possible causes and solutions to this development? Host Sheryl McCarthy talks with Candace McCoy, Pro…
Host Sheryl McCarthy interviews Francois Pierre-Louis, Professor of Political Science at Queens College about the current crisis in Haiti due to the president's assassination in July.
Host Sheryl McCarthy discusses a hot topic today -- Critical Race Theory -- with Terry Watson, Associate Professor from City College. What IS critical race theory? Why is it getting so much attention now? And what will be the result of banning it?
Season Finale: Janni & Sof talk about anxiety as mothers.Door Sofi & Janni
Sofi & Janni talk about the relationships between woman, finding the commonalities and empowering one another.Door Sofi & Janni
Gaslighting. Janni & Sof talk about recognizing the signs of gaslighting.Door Sofi & Janni
Janni & Sof talk about the struggle to do things as mothers while trying not to worry about judgements from the outside world.Door Sofi & Janni
Sof & Janni talk about the day they became mothers; the good, the bad, the ugly.Door Sofi & Janni
Janni & Sof their sexy back, describing their journey back to being sexy AND a mom.Door Sofi & Janni
Janni & Sof discuss the Immigration Experience as they saw and felt it.Door Sofi & Janni
Sofi & Jannira talk about their experiences with heartbreak in their past relationships, and within themselves.Door Sofi & Janni
Carrying a bundle of newspapers and shouting out the day’s headlines on city streets, the newsboy is an American icon. Featured in photographs, paintings, comic strips and public statues, he’s touted as someone who is quintessentially American. Who is—or was-- he? Why does he loom so large in the public imagination? And is he even always a boy? Vin…
Janni & Sof talk about the difficulties in maintaining a healthy relationship with their kids other parent.Door Sofi & Janni
Sofi & Janni get honest about being honest.Door Sofi & Janni
Medgar Evers College is one of eleven four-year colleges in the City University system. Located in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, it was named after the late civil rights activist Medgar Evers, and was created with the mission of empowering and providing educational opportunities to the city’s educationally underserved black communities.…
Jani & Sof talk about the lows that came after their divorce and how they dealt with it.Door Sofi & Janni
Jani and Sof talk about child support. Nuff said.Door Sofi & Janni
Since last year, Asian-Americans have experienced a 150% increase in violent attacks, according to some estimates. What has caused this surge in anti Asian feelings? How does prejudice against Asians and the stereotyping of people of Asian ancestry play out every day? And how do all of us lose out as a result?…
Tune into Jani & Sof talking about the journey to self-love despite the smelly farts and loud sleeping.Door Sofi & Janni
Sofia and Jannira talk about Abuelas and the generational differences with boundaries.Door Sofi & Janni
Should Puerto Rico become a state? Over the last 50 years Washington lawmakers have introduced more than 100 bills to resolve Puerto Rico’s status, but none of them have gone anywhere. Now, there are two bills before the House of Representatives that could decide the island’s status once and for all. Is Congress finally ready to make Puerto Rico a …
Jani and Sofi dive into the roots of their motherhood by exploring las abuelas (their grandmothers and their mothers).Door Sofi & Janni
Shonna Trinch, sociolinguist and Edward Snajdr, cultural anthropologist, both faculty members in the Department of Anthropology at John Jay College, and authors of “What the Signs Say: Language, Gentrification and Place-making in Brooklyn.
Jani & Sofi talk about being their best selves and the realization that it's not possible to be that all the time.Door Sofi & Janni
Jani & Sofi breakdown their breakups after divorce.Door Sofi & Janni
We continue our conversation about the changes in our life while dealing with the pandemic that no one was prepared for.Door Sofi & Janni
Robert Jones Jr. takes an intimate look at homosexual love between two teen-aged slaves on a Mississippi cotton plantation
Join Sofi & Janni as they talk about how life has changed for parents during the pandemic. Sofi talks about pinata making hacks & Janni brings up the "chancleta" to keep kids focused while remotely learning.Door Sofi & Janni
The British Royal family has renewed discussions of the centuries old issue of Colorism @onetoone discuss the topic with City College Prof. Vanessa Valdes
Meet Janni & Sofi, two single mothers who are best friends and have gone through it all. Welcome to their tribe as they build a community for anyone who is looking for a place to go when life gets hard as a mutha. Join them while they live, love, laugh, dance, cry, and mother together.Door Sofia Yepes & Janni
Who's responsible for misinformation and disinformation on the internet
“Remains to be Seen,”offers a rare perspective on former industrial, commercial, residential and natural sites across the U.S.
Learn why CUNY's Graduate Center is one of the top places for a graduate education in the country. A conversation with Dr. Robin Garrell, the new President of the Graduate Center.
Host Sheryl McCarthy speaks with Tamara Payne, co-author of "The Dead Are Arising: The Life of Malcolm X" which just won the National Book Award.
Can Stoicism, an ancient Roman/Greek philosophy, help us live a modern life today? A talk with Massimo Pigliucci about new book "A Field Guide to a Happy Life: 53 Brief Lessons for Living."
Author Margot Mifflin talks about her new acclaimed book, "Looking for Miss America: A Pageant's 100 year Old Quest to Define Womanhood". She chronicles the history of an American institution that held generations of girls and woman in thrall.
Host Sheryl Mccarthy talks with filmmaker Yoruba Richen about new New York Times documentary "The Killing of Breonna Taylor", now streaming on Hulu. It delves into the background of the shooting and whether justice was served for Breonna Taylor.
Why do we need the ERA amendment today? Host Sheryl McCarthy talks with CUNY Prof. Julie Suk about her new book, "We the Woman:The Unstoppable Mothers of the Equal Rights Amendment".
Host Sheryl McCarthy interviews CUNY Professor Eileen Markey, author of "Without Compromise" about the Village Voice investigative reporter Wayne Barrett. Find out how he changed investigative journalism.
Host Sheryl McCarthy interviews Johanna Fernández, author of "The Young Lords: A Radical History", one of the most influential political and social activist groups of the 60's and 70's in NYC.
CUNY Law Professor Frank Deale talks about the history of voter suppression and the risks of it in the upcoming Presidential elections on "One to One with Sheryl McCarthy".
Host Sheryl McCarthy welcomes Harold Holzer, Abraham Lincoln and Civil War leading authority, to talk about the removal of Confederate statues and his new book "The President's vs. the Press". CUNY TV, September 15, 9:00PM.
Did you know there is no Federal anti-lynching law even with the Black Lives Matter protests and murder of George Floyd? Find out why on "One to One" from Gloria Brown-Marshall, Professor of Constitutional Law at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
The new Queens College President Frank H. Wu sits down with host Sheryl McCarthy to discuss his plans for this ethnically diverse college and his thoughts about today's racial justice issues. Wu is the first Asian-American at the helm of QC.
Author and poet Honor Moore talks to host Sheryl McCarthy about “Our Revolution”, her new memoir of her mother, Jenny McKean Moore, mother of 9 and wife of Episcopal Bishop Paul Moore Jr., who battled to become a more modern woman.
Black communities have been heavily targeted by police during COVID-19. Writer and journalist Jill Nelson shares her own personal story about being arrested for writing an anti-Trump message in chalk on a boarded-up building.
Back in March, the 2020 Census forms were sent to most American households, asking them to fill out the surveys and return them by April 1. But COVID-19 has set back a lot of things.
We all know that dogs are smart. They can guide a blind person through a boisterous crowd; tell us when they’re ready for a walk; and sometimes differentiate between objects. But just how smart are our canine friends?
Host Sheryl McCarthy welcomes André Aciman, the author of the new novel “Find Me”, a follow-up to “Call Me By Your Name”. Aciman writes about sudden, all-encompassing love which, once it is lost, haunts the rest of one’s life.