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People, Power & Politics Radio Show

People, Power & Politics Radio Show

By People, Power & Politics
Welcome to People, Power & Politics. Hard talk, riveting interviews, community updates, in-depth analysis. That’s People, Power & Politics. We tell it to you as it is. No holds barred! You are the People, you have the Power, we bring you the Politics.
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Small Business Matters. Special guest, Assemblymember Brian Cunningham, Brooklyn's 43rd District
People, Power & Politics Radio Show
June 19, 2022
Money, Money and More Money! Special guest Congresswoman Yvette Clarke.
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May 08, 2022
New Black Voices. Plus, guest Dian Reyna, Candidate for NY Lieutenant Governor
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April 30, 2022
Do You Want Power? Get Involved - Participate!
People, Power & Politics Radio Show
October 31, 2021
Power Doesn't Corrupt People, People Corrupt Power
People, Power & Politics Radio Show
October 24, 2021
Mayoral Elections - November 2, 2021
October 18, 2021
Get Out and Vote!
The Democratic Primary is Tuesday, June 22, 2021. #1 Choice for Mayor - Maya Riley. Number 1 Choice for Brooklyn Borough President - Antonio Reynoso.
June 20, 2021
Mayoral Elections 2021 Endorsements
Caribbean American Weekly polled its readership and the following three candidates secured the highest percentages, named here in alphabetical order: Eric Adams, Kathryn Garcia and Maya Wiley. This year's election is rank choice voting, and you can select up to 5 candidates. Vote these three candidates accordingly. The issues of concerns for our communities are: *Voting Rights for Green Card holders in Municipal Elections *Desegregation of and Proper Funding of NYC Public Schools *The disparity in health issues such as diabetes, heart disease, HIV/AIDS, and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic *Public safety and protection from law enforcement in terms of stop-and-frisk *Creation of jobs and support and opportunities for minority businesses
June 13, 2021
We Caribbean Man! Who's Best Going to Represent Us?
June is Caribbean American Heritage Month and this year marks the 15th anniversary. The commemoration of this observance aims to remind Americans that our greatness lies in our diversity. Who is best going to represent our concerns? Political consultant, Brian Figeroux, Esq explains. Plus guests include Executive Secretary Treasurer for the NYDCC, Joseph Geiger and Candidate for Civil Court Judge, Lola Waterman.
June 06, 2021
Is It Time for a Woman to Be in Charge?
Are we ready for a woman mayor? A competent woman, a woman of color? Political Consultant Brian Figeroux discusses why New York is ready for its first female mayor. Guest: Maya Wiley seeks to become NYC's mayor: the first woman and the first woman of color.
May 30, 2021
Are You Ready to Make a Choice?
NYC's 2021 Elections Primary is June 22. Early voting starts June 12. Are you ready to make a choice? Guests include: Brooklyn Borough President Candidate Robert Cornegy, Jr and Robert Waterman, Candidate for City Council District 36.
May 23, 2021
Where Do We Draw the Line?
Two of the three major NY newspapers have announced their mayoral endorsements. The NY Post, the paper of Trump, has endorsed Eric Adams. Why would Eric Adams accept this endorsement?
May 16, 2021
Your Vote Is Your Power!
NYC Elections 2021! Last year, our Vice-President Kamala Harris said, " Your vote is your voice, and your voice is your power. Political Consultant Brian Figeroux explains. Guests: President Shaun D. Francois, DC 37 and Local 372, and Donald Nesbit, Executive VP Local 372 and DC37 Vice President Political Action Chair, discuss the upcoming elections and workers' rights.
May 09, 2021
Making the right decision isn't always easy. Sometimes it is. Sometimes it's hard. Having the courage  to follow that path, to make that right decision, isn't quite so easy. Attorney Brian Figeroux speaks on the upcoming NYC Primaries and the legal issues that minority communities face.
April 25, 2021
The Race for NYC Mayor
The adage that being mayor of New York City is the "second-toughest job in America" may never have been more true than now. Who will be the next big man or woman in charge, and how do you choose? Civil Rights Attorney and Political Strategist Brian Figeroux provide insight. Plus, Dr. Patrick Graham weighs in on Derek Chauvin's trial stating any verdict will fuel continued social transformation and racial reckoning of America's democracy. And R. Dimple Wallabus discusses her campaign and movement to become the next representative of City Council District 46.
April 18, 2021
Marijuana Amnesty
We all heard the historical news about marijuana legalization in NY. Of course, we know the uneven enforcement of marijuana laws has impacted communities of color the most. Black and brown men, in particular, have had their talent wasted and their potential squandered for decades. What does NY cannabis legislation mean for immigrants with old marijuana arrests? Attorney Brian Figeroux discusses.
April 11, 2021
Legalization of Marijuana in New York
This episode takes a look at the historic legislation of Marijuana Legalization in New York. Attorney Brian Figeroux discusses the history of the criminalization of marijuana use. District 79 Assembly member, Chantel Jackson and Anthonine Pierre, Deputy Director of the Brooklyn Movement Center looks at the impact of the legislation on marginalized communities.
April 04, 2021
2021 NYC Mayoral Race - Rank Choice Voting
This episode takes a brief look at the 2021 NYC Mayoral Race. Bertha Lewis, Founder and President of The Black Institute explains Rank Choice Voting and Senator James Sanders discusses his Domestic Violence Bill. People, Power & Politics is brought to you courtesy the Law Firm of Figeroux & Associates. Listeners can get a FREE legal consultation on any legal issue by calling 855-768-8845 or visiting
March 28, 2021