Live from New York, It’s Project Liberty

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Project Liberty—the NYCLU’s very own television show – is back and broadcasting across New York State. Project Liberty begins fall broadcasting with a special feature on Truth 2 Power, a Youth Channel Production at MNN El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center. Through interviews with experts, advocates, and women from across the state, this episode of Project Liberty highlights the three points of the Women’s Equality Act that would stop pregnancy discrimination, protect reproductive health, and achieve pay equity. Truth 2 Power broadcasts important social media circulating the internet.

The show airs on television at 4:30pm on October 2, and will also be streaming online. Check below for station availability


MNN: Wednesday, October 2
Community Channel TWC: 34 RCN: 82
Lifestyle Channel TWC: 56 RCN: 83
Spirit Channel TWC: 57 RCN: 84
Culture Channel TWC: 67 RCN: 85

About Project Liberty

Project Liberty, the NYCLU’s very own TV show, made its broadcast debut spring of 2011 in New York City. While we don’t expect it to win any Emmy awards, Project Liberty provides a sleek and compelling way to stay informed about our work.

The premier episode (seen here) blends the voices of real New Yorkers with NYCLU staff to explore civil rights and civil liberties issues that affect everyone. It examines a new anti-bullying law to protect New York’s public school students, the need to fix the nation’s broken immigration system, and concerns about the NYPD’s unconstitutional and racially biased stop-and-frisk practices.