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Interview with Soledad O’ Brien Award winning Journalist , Speaker & Author-2017

Soledad O’Brien is the anchor for CNN morning show Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien and special correspondent for CNN/U.S. Since joining the network in 2003, O’Brien has reported breaking news from around the globe and has produced award-winning, record-breaking and critically acclaimed documentaries on the most important stories facing the world today. She also covers political news as part of CNN’s “Best Political Team on Television.” In 2010, she wrote a critically-acclaimed memoir The Next Big Story: My Journey through the Land of Possibilities, which chronicles her biggest reporting moments and how her upbringing and background have influenced these experiences.

O’Brien came to CNN from NBC News where she anchored the network’s Weekend Today since July 1999. Prior, O’Brien anchored MSNBC’s award-winning technology program The Site. O’Brien joined NBC News in 1991 and was based in New York as a field producer for Nightly News and TODAY. Before her time at NBC, she served three years as a local reporter and bureau chief for the NBC affiliate KRON in San Francisco. She began her career as an associate producer and news writer at the then-NBC affiliate WBZ-TV in Boston. Soledad O’Brien is a graduate of Harvard University and currently lives with her husband and four children in Manhattan.

We had the pleasure of interviewing Soledad at  The 23rd Annual Black Tie & Sneakers Gala  Benefitting Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health-2017, where she was a Sports Ball honoree, see more of Soledad O’ Brien in our World Liberty TV ,Humanitarian Channel by Clicking here.

23rd Annual Black Tie & Sneakers Gala Benefitting Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health-2017

The 23rd Annual Black Tie & Sneakers Gala benefiting the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health. Renowned guests representing sports, philanthropy, business, entertainment, and medicine  gathered to celebrate the legacy of tennis champion and humanitarian Arthur Ashe. The SportsBall features interactive games, dinner, dancing, entertainment, an awards ceremony, and a silent auction. Each guest receives a complimentary pair of Adidas sneakers generously donated by Rack Room Shoes and Adidas. The funds raised at the SportsBall support the Institute’s innovative community health education programs and research initiatives.

See more about The 23rd Annual Black Tie & Sneakers Gala Benefiting Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health-2017,in World Liberty TV Sports Channel by Clicking here.

Dominican Women’s Development Center 29th Anniversary Gala-2017

This Year’s Gala theme , “Healthcare is a Human Right,” was selected at a time in our nation when healthcare costs are skyrocketing and major changes to the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid and Universal Medicare are being considered .

These Changes can have a tremendous adverse  impact on our communities, particularly the undocumented families with whom we work –who already have very limited access to health services.

The high- quality medical care is a basic human right that should be available to all has been a theme of the Dominican Women’s Development Center from the beginning .It is a theme that is more urgent now than ever.

See more about Dominican Women’s Development Center 29th Anniversary Gala-2017, by visting our World Liberty TV Latino channel by clicking here.

The New York Coffee Festival at Metropolitan Pavilion NYC-2017

The New York Coffee Festival, New York City’s flagship  coffee event, is thrilled to announce a series of additional vendors for this year’s event. Among these newly confirmed participants are Mahlkonig TimTams ,Joe Coffee Company Sail Away Coffee, and more. The festival will take place this October 13-15 2017. in its new home at the Metropolitan Pavilion(125 West 19th Street). With many participating vendors.

The New York Coffee Festival, Coffee,Music, Art,Food, Education,Charity, Big Picture Media, Tim Tams, Allegra Group, Jeffrey Young, Metropolitan Pavilion NYC, Joe Coffee Company, Coffee Event, Specialty Coffee, barista Championship, The Coffee Cocktail Bar, Coffee Week NYC,  Coffee Industry, Delicious Street Food, coffee Connoisseurs,

See More  of The New York Coffee Festival in our World Liberty TV Food and Wine channel by Clicking here.

American Red Cross Gala: Heroes Among Us at the American Museum of Natural History-2017

Wednesday, October 11, 2017, the American Red Cross in Greater New York  hosted  its 2017 American Red Cross Gala: Heroes Among Us at the American Museum of Natural History.

Wells Fargo will received the Corporate Leadership Award for their long-standing commitment to the Red Cross through financial donations and volunteering. Ronald S. Lauder and Family and Leonard A. Lauder and Family will receive the American Red Cross Humanitarian Award for their on-going commitment to humanitarian relief and support of the most recent Red Cross Hurricane recovery efforts.

The American Red Cross National Hero Award was presented to Dr. Annie Sparrow, Critical Care Pediatrician and Public Health Expert; Dr. Zaher Sahloul, Critical Care Physician and Founder of the American Relief Coalition for Syria; and Dr. Mohamad Bader Eddin Aljarah, Director of Health for the Syrian Arab Red Crescent. The three doctors were recognized for their courage and commitment to providing medical relief and alleviating human suffering in war-torn regions.

The American Red Cross Local Hero Award was presented to Staten Island resident, Delroy Lewis for saving the lives of two young children and their neighbors by pulling them out of a burning building.

Hear John Osborn Chairman of The American Red Cross NY Chapter , Speaking about the Organization and his involvement with it.

See More about American Red Cross Gala: Heroes among Us at the American Museum of Natural History-2017 in World Liberty TV Humanitarian Channel by clicking here.

Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Gala at Silversea Cruise line-2017

Led by human rights activist and lawyer Kerry Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights has advocated for a more just and peaceful world since 1968. We work alongside local activists to ensure lasting positive change in governments and corporations. Our team includes leading attorneys, advocates, entrepreneurs and writers united by a commitment to social justice.

Silversea voyages and cruise expeditions sail to over 900 destinations on all seven continents, more than any other cruise line — large or small. Our itineraries include many ports with late-night and overnight departures providing you with more time to experience the local colors and cultures. For those who want to explore beyond the shore, an extensive collection of land adventures offer a convenient, seamless way to extend your travels.

See  the great work done by  Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization and at the same time see the  Silversea  Luxury Cruise line where the gala took place, to see more about humanity feel free to view our World Liberty TV Humanitarian Channel by clicking here.

Interview with Lamar Odom 2 Time NBA Champ at NYC Basketball Hall of Fame Dinner-2017

The New York City Basketball Hall of Fame held its 28th annual induction ceremony Tuesday night at the Bryant Park Grill in Manhattan honoring eight of the city’s former hoop stars.

The evening was hosted by longtime radio personality Bill Daughtry and headlined by Lamar Odom, a native of South Jamaica Queens who established himself as a prodigy at Christ the King Regional High School before becoming a two-time NBA champion with the Los Angeles Lakers.

The other inductees were Boys High and Harlem Globetrotters legend Jackie Jackson; Bob Williams, co-founder of the NYC Hall of Fame; Kevin Stacom, who won an NBA championship with the Boston Celtics in 1976; Ron Behagen, a first-round draft pick of the NBA’s Kansas City Omaha Kings in 1973; Steve Lappas, who served as the men’s head coach at Manhattan College, Villanova and the University of Massachusetts; Anne Gregory O’Connell, who scored 2,548 career points and grabbed 1,999 career rebounds playing for Fordham University from 1976 to 1980; and Larry Lembo, who ended his career at Manhattan College in 1965 as the school’s all-time leading scorer (1,443) and later became a highly regarded collegiate official.

See more about Interview with Lamar Odom 2 Time NBA Champ at NYC Basketball Hall of Fame Dinner-2017 in our World Liberty TV Sports Channel by clicking here.

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