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Welcome to Rev'ing Up, the newest media ministry from Community Church of New York. This show is a container to explore the intersectionalities of life, ministry, and professional clergy formation from the perspective of three Unitarian-Universalist intern ministers. We are in community with you, our listeners. We invite you to co-create this space with us as we move through our first season. Contact us at podcast@ccny.org and mark your calendar for a live conversational event hosted by CCNY ...
 
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Our first season of Rev'ing Up: Answering the Call of Liberal-Religious Leadership is coming to a close! Join us for our live event on CCNY YouTube (youtube.com/c/ccnyuu) at 7pm Eastern on Thursday, May 27 and bring your thoughts and questions. On today's show, Carrie and Meagan continue their discussion about intern ministership during the COVID-1…
 
As our first season of Rev'ing Up moves toward its close, Meagan and Carrie take time to discuss a question we saw frequently in the responses to our Rev'ing Up initial community survey: what the heck is it like to learn ministry during a pandemic? From opening meetings with spiritual readings and personal check-ins to cultivating gratitude for new…
 
Thank you for joining us for another episode of Rev'ing Up: Answering the Call of Liberal-Religious Leadership. Today, Meagan and Carrie have serious news to share regarding our colleague Anthony Cruz, whose journey at Community Church has come to an unexpected end. From that announcement, the conversation moves into a meditation on the importance …
 
Welcome back to Rev'ing Up: Answering the Call of Liberal-Religious Leadership! Last week Meagan shared her story of facing the economic realities of pursuing a life in ministry. This week, we hear a bit of Carrie's personal narrative, then expand into a discussion of the competing pressures that define ministry as a career (especially in Unitarian…
 
Ministers are people too and have economic and social needs just like anyone else. Is our faith structured to support them? On today's mini-episode of Rev'ing Up: Answering the Call of Liberal-Religious Leadership, CCNY intern minister Meagan Henry tells her story of being discouraged from pursuing ministry as a young single parent and how she foun…
 
In a nation that ranks only 13th globally for infrastructure quality, the new focus in Washington on infrastructure investment has the potential to be transformative. For public transportation specifically--so vital to New York City and New York state, and drastically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic--significant new funding stands to multiply the…
 
The process of becoming a minister is both individual and community-based. On today's episode, Carrie, Anthony, and Meagan explore some of the complexities and contradictions of ministerial formation through the lens of their personal backgrounds. In a liberal religion where a path to ministership is not restricted by gender, sexuality, or adherenc…
 
Welcome back, Anthony! Anthony has returned from his retreat for Unitarian-Universalists of color and joins Carrie and Meagan for today's conversation about sources of hope. Our three hosts share personal stories of encounters with kind strangers, receiving help from unexpected sources, and moving from the "I" to the "we" by living in community. St…
 
Between Easter, Passover, and the rites of spring, this is a busy time for liberal-religious leaders! At these transitional times of year many of us feel the urge to engage in communal rituals, and lots of Unitarian-Universalist individuals and congregations share in celebrations of Easter, Passover, and the equinox. And of course, Unitarian-Univer…
 
"We must transform ourselves and our communities in order to transform society." -- Grace Lee Boggs (1915-2015), organizer and author. On today's show, our hosts Carrie, Anthony, and Meagan discuss theological formation and moving between theory and practice in a process-oriented religion like Unitarian-Universalism. How do ministers develop their …
 
As it celebrates its centennial, The City College of New York's School of Education is engaged not just in educating young people but in constructing a more fair and just society. From the Spanish flu era to today's COVID-19 pandemic, the School of Education has been preparing educators to teach and nurture an increasingly diverse and multilingual …
 
Welcome to Rev'ing Up, the newest media ministry from Community Church of New York. This show is a container to explore the intersectionalities of life, ministry, and professional clergy formation from the perspective of three Unitarian-Universalist intern ministers. On today's show, our hosts Meagan, Carrie, and Anthony discuss the challenges of d…
 
Welcome to Rev'ing Up, the newest media ministry from Community Church of New York. This show is a container to explore the intersectionalities of life, ministry, and professional clergy formation from the perspective of three Unitarian-Universalist intern ministers. On today's show, our hosts Anthony, Meagan, and Carrie lay the foundations of our …
 
As Black History Month closes, Silicon Harlem CEO Clayton Banks and Executive Director Bobby Derival of The City College of New York's MPA program join CCNY President Vincent Boudreau to discuss systemic inequities, racial justice after the killing of George Floyd and their personal experiences working within communities toward solutions. After a p…
 
The City College of New York President Vincent Boudreau convenes a conversation on how philanthropy is being mobilized across and beyond campus to address the economic and health crisis of COVID-19. Amid the pandemic's devastation and inequities, hear what has been learned and what the CCNY support ecosystem is achieving in this discussion with CCN…
 
Every year, The City College of New York holds its Langston Hughes Festival and awards its Langston Hughes Medal to a highly distinguished writer of the African diaspora. With a mission to celebrate and expand upon the legacy of Harlem Renaissance icon and "poet laureate of Harlem" Langston Hughes, the Festival awarded its first medal, in 1978, to …
 
How vulnerable is U.S. democracy as we approach the Nov. 3 general election? Politics aside, technology presents its own highly sophisticated threats to an accurate result in the race for President and other consequential seats. Far beyond the grasp of many laypeople and lawmakers, complex cybersecurity risks to election integrity are explained in …
 
Amid nationwide protests and anti-racist solidarity sparked by George Floyd's violent death, more US athletes are using their platforms to call for racial justice. In this episode, a former professional football player and an academic expert on the intersection of race, sports, and identity provide personal and historic insight on past and current …
 
The public health imperative to stay home has introduced new challenges on a wide scale for mental health, maintaining cybersecurity in our virtual world, and for those with extra time, occupying oneself with home entertainment. In a program dedicated to some of the practical realities of this period, learn key steps to keep your computer and ident…
 
The idea that we're all in this together takes on powerful and multidimensional meanings in Harlem, City College's historic home base. In partnership with the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce (GHCC), City College, and its community radio station, WHCR-90.3 "The Voice of Harlem," are currently presenting a series of COVID-19 public service broadca…
 
The beloved Brooklyn Bridge was one of the most daring feats of 19th Century engineering. The man who designed it was equally daring and a paradox of personality. Richard Haw of John Jay College talks about his fascinating new biography, "Engineering America: The Life and Times of John A. Roebling."By Book Beat – CUNY Podcasts
 
In February 1861, Abraham Lincoln journeyed 13 days and 1,900 miles by rail from his Illinois home to his inauguration in Washington. It was a long, tumultuous and dangerous trip through hundreds of towns where millions saw and heard Lincoln as the country hurtled toward the Civil War. Macaulay Honors College's Ted Widmer tells the dramatic story i…
 
In her latest collection of poems, Donna Masini, a professor of English at Hunter College, moves back and forth in time--and human experience--as she copes with her younger sister's death and celebrates life through the communal act of movie-watching. She talks with Joe Tirella about 4:30 Movie, which is now out in paperback.…
 
With 11 million items illuminating the richness of global black history, arts and culture, the New York Public Library’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is a powerful archive and epicenter of research and learning about people of African descent throughout the world. As the centennial of the Harlem Renaissance is being celebrated, an…
 
The next generation of leaders are finding their power -- and personifying hope for an inclusive, renewed American democracy - at one of the nation’s most diverse colleges, The City College of New York. Look inside CCNY’s Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership and learn how this laboratory is empowering students with real-world learnin…
 
Host: CCNY President Vincent Boudreau Guests: Dee Dee Mozeleski, Executive Director of the Foundation for City College and Senior Adviser to the President; Deborah C. Harte, Student Life Manager for the Single Stop program at CUNY’s Borough of Manhattan Community CollegeRecorded: October 30, 2019By Thu, 31 Oct 2019 15:25:56 -0400
 
Host: CCNY President Vincent Boudreau Guests: Marco Castaldi, Director of the CCNY Earth Engineering Center and Professor of Chemical Engineering; Cheryl Huber, Assistant Director of Greenmarket at GrowNYC.Recorded: July 31, 2019By Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:09:58 -0400
 
Host: CCNY President Vincent BoudreauGuests: Steve Wilson, Associate Professor and Director of Jazz Studies at CCNY’s Division of Humanities and the Arts; Tracy Hyter-Suffern, Executive Director of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem; Loren Schoenberg, Senior Scholar at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem.Recorded: June 26, 2019…
 
Host: CCNY President Vincent BoudreauGuests: Jerry Carlson, Professor of Media and Communication Arts and Program Director, Cinema Studies, and Dave Davidson, Professor of Media and Communication Arts, at CCNY’s Division of Humanities and the Arts; Stanley Nelson, director, founder of Firelight Films and Firelight Media, CCNY Class of 1976.Recorded…
 
Host: Vincent Boudreau Guests: Linda Villarosa, CCNY Journalism Program Director, Assistant Professor of Media and Communication Arts, and New York Times Magazine contributing writer; Chanel L. Porchia-Albert, Founding Executive Director, Ancient Song Doula Services Recorded April 18, 2018By Sun, 28 Apr 2019 16:00:23 -0400
 
Host: CCNY President Vincent BoudreauGuests: Asale Angel-Ajani, Director of the Women's and Gender Studies Program at City College; Sharon White-Harrigan, Clinical Director of Hopper Home, a transitional shelter for formerly incarcerated women, under the auspices of the Women's Prison Association.Recorded: March 27, 2019…
 
Host: CCNY President Vincent Boudreau Guests: Vanessa K. Valdés, Director of the Black Studies Program and Associate Professor at City College; Geoffrey Eaton, President of the NAACP Mid-Manhattan Branch Recorded: February 27, 2019By Wed, 27 Feb 2019 16:00:33 -0500
 
Host: CCNY President Vincent Boudreau Guests: Dr. Howard Greller, Director of Research and Medical Toxicology, Emergency Department, at St. Barnabas Hospital Health Systems and a Medical Professor in the Department of Clinical Medicine at the CUNY School of Medicine at City College; Nancy Sohler, Associate Medical Professor at the CUNY School of Me…
 
Host: CCNY President Vincent Boudreau Guests: Dee Dee Mozeleski, Interim Executive Director of the Combined Foundations for City College and Vice Chair of the Appalachian Mountain Club’s New York/Northern New Jersey Chapter; Justin Bailey, Program Manager at the Appalachian Mountain Club, CCNY Class of 2011. Recorded: August 29, 2018…
 
Host: CCNY President Vincent Boudreau Guests: Tatyana Kleyn, Associate Professor of Teaching, Learning and Culture and Program Director, Bilingual Education and TESOL Programs, CCNY School of Education and CCNY Dream Team Advisor; Angela Fernandez, Esq., Executive Director and Supervising Attorney, Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights.…
 
Host: Vincent Boudreau Guests: Shawn Rickenbacker, Director of CCNY's J. Max Bond Center for Urban Futures; Hon. Padmore John, Chairperson of Community Board 9; April Tyler, Co-Chairperson of the Housing, Land Use and Zoning Committee of Community Board 9By Wed, 28 Mar 2018 16:00:04 -0400
 
Host: CCNY President Vincent Boudreau Guests: Herb Boyd, CCNY adjunct professor of Black Studies, journalist, and author of Black Detroit: A People's History of Self-Determination Elinor Tatum, publisher and editor-in-chief, New York Amsterdam News Recorded: February 28, 2018By Mon, 05 Mar 2018 10:32:33 -0500
 
Hi, this is Vince Boudreau, President of The City College of New York, and I want to tell you about a new show I'll be hosting the last Wednesday of every month. It's called From City to the World, and it's about how the work that we're doing at City College matters to people across the city and throughout the world. We'll discuss the practical app…
 
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