Third Rail Eps 15: National issues felt locally

December 5th, 2014  |  by  |  published in Podcast

Third Rail Eps 15: National issues felt locally

In this episode of Third Rail we break down two conversations happening nationally and on a local level. First, by examining the mid-term elections and how the results will affect Central Brooklynites. Then in the wake of the resurfacing of rape accusations against Bill Cosby– we question if we should be indicting the “art” along with […]

Third Rail Eps 10: Brooklyn Summer

July 4th, 2014  |  by  |  published in Podcast

Third Rail Eps 10: Brooklyn Summer

Guests James Subudhi, BMC Board Member, Neighborhood Activist Britney Whaley, Political Organizer, Working Families PartyCenter Segments 1. 2014 Races & Elected Accountability: It’s summer! Which means free concerts, trips to Coney Island and… campaign season! What are the big races we should be paying attention to in Central Brooklyn? And how can we hold elected […]

Civil Rights Era 2.0

June 26th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Blog, My Two Cents

Civil Rights Era 2.0

Civically… there is a lot going on in this moment. Starting on Monday the Supreme Court has ruled on affirmative action, the Voting Rights Act, and same-sex marriage. And on top of all that, my online world erupted last night as Sen. Wendy Davis and her army of protesters blocked Anti-Abortion Legislation In Texas. AND as if all that wasn’t […]

3 Ways to Deal With Political Differences in a Relationship

December 15th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Blog, Dating Chatter, Videos

3 Ways to Deal With Political Differences in a Relationship

With Election Day just around the corner, I’ve noticed a lot of my Facebook friends being way less tolerant about political views that differ from theirs. I’ve witnessed “un-friending” announcements and call-outs in the comments of politics-related status updates. With dating and relationships on the brain (as always), of course I found myself wondering how […]

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