WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher and Monday Co-host speaks to Importance of the Tuesday, Primary Elections for White Plains Mayor and for the Three Common Council candidates. This segment airs from 10-10:30am
Political Analyst Michael Edelman, Esq., is unlikely to attend the segment from 10:30-11am because of Hurricane Irma. He returns next week. Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Larger Hezi Aris notes the most urgent news on the hyperlocal, county, state, national and international news with analysis.
Ossining Village Mayor Victoria Gearity speaks to personnel changes in the village, the prospects for the Primary Elections, the concerns regarding sanctuary city status, among other concerns. this segment airs 11-11:30am.
Dwaine Perry, Vietnam war Veteran and Chief of the Ramapough Lenape Nation, has been an advocate of social justice and indigenous rights for over 40 years. Chief Perry is currently leading the fight to protect the last piece of Ramapough-owned ceremonial land, “Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp,” which has become a contentious issue since the tribe erected teepees in solidarity with Standing Rock and all who resist the black snake and/or Two Clouds, who is a Ramapough Lenape tribal member and full-time water protector at Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp. He has a deep passion for preserving the language and history of his tribe, Two Clouds is especially focused on indigenous sovereignty and the fight against the Pilgrim Pipeline that threatens New York and New Jersey waters. They join Mayor Gearity together or individually in discussion of The Ossining Documentaries & Discussion Series screening of the film! “Awake: A Dream From Standing Rock” at the Budarz Theatre on Thursday, September 14th at 6:15pm.
Share your perspective or inquiry. Call: (347) 205-9201 to be heard.
Listen to this broadcast “Live” or “On Demand”. The free computer access code is… http://tobtr.com/s/10221113