City Limits videos are frequent web features as individual reports or elements of multimedia packages. Veteran NYC television journalist Jay DeDapper is a regular contributor.
City Limits' Director Mark Anthony Thomas delivers a Ted Talk in March 2013 on the power of civic media in our communities and City Limits' history and work in New York City.
The Tackling Poverty Conversation & Networking Series is a city-wide discussion and networking tour launched by City Limits and the Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness to bring New Yorkers together to fight urban poverty. #tacklingpoverty. Bob Herbert, Distinguished Senior Fellow, Demos, and former New York Times op/ed columnist gave Special Remarks before a panel of local and national poverty and homelessness experts.
ICPH and City Limits held the second Tackling Povertyy on Wednesday, January 30 at El Museo del Barrio in Manhattan. This video, focusing on the need for news coverage of poverty issues, was screened before a panel discussion on the local and national policy agenda for poverty.
Ralph Nunez and Bob Herbert, who will speak at City Limits' Tackling Poverty event, appear on MSNBC to discuss homeless youth. RSVP at www.tacklingpovertynyc.org
As the country's Latino population becomes poised to play a bigger in the nation's political landscape, City Limits' special investigation and event looked at the past, present, and future of Latino political engagement in America's largest city.
ICPH and City Limits held the first Tackling Poverty NYC session in October 2012 in Brooklyn. Experts discussed the relationship between education and poverty, and how organizations like SEO Scholars (featured in this video) work to make a difference in the city.
The Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy's inaugural forum on poverty included a rountable on media's role in shaping public perceptions of poverty and featured keynote Peter Edelman and City Limits' Director Mark Anthony Thomas.
On October 3rd, City Limits and ICPH launched their Tackling Poverty Conversation and Networking Series. Four panelists, moderated by Geoff Decker from Gotham Schools, discussed the connection between education and poverty, and answered questions from community members. This video shows attendees discussing their experiences with education and poverty at the panel session.
On October 3rd, City Limits and ICPH launched their Tackling Poverty Conversation and Networking Series. Four panelists, moderated by Geoff Decker from Gotham Schools, discussed the connection between education and poverty, and answered questions from community members. This video introduces our four panelists and excerpts their discussion from the panel session.
A high school student and teenager who lives in Sector E of the 75th Precinct in East New York talks about his experiences under stop-and-question-or-frisk.