Nancy Gagnier appears in the following:
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
A conversation about how communities in New Jersey have changed since 9/11.
- Joey Rizzolo, Radio Rookie
- Bill Howard, Pastor of Bethany Baptist Church in Newark
- Melissa Walker, Musician and Director of Jazz House Kids in Montclair
- Mohamed El Filali, Executive Director of The Islamic Center of Passaic County in Paterson
- Cris Thorne, Young Filmmaker, recent college graduate from Maplewood
- Dawn Zimmer, Mayor of Hoboken
- Ravinder Bhalla, Hoboken City Councilman
- Nancy Gagnier, Executive Director of the South Orange/Maplewood Community Coalition on Race
Tuesday, June 01, 2010
Robert Gebeloff, who covered demographics for the Star-Ledger until 2008 and is now at The New York Times, kicks off our conversation on Essex County's anecdotal census. Then, Mamie Bridgeforth joins to discuss how Newark has evolved over the past decade. She is chairperson of the Social Sciences Division at Essex County College, a pastor and former member of the Newark City Council. Nancy Gagnier, executive director of the South Orange/Maplewood Community Coalition on Race, talks about changes in her community's efforts to respond to the demographic shifts since the last census. And Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo, Jr. shares his take on changes in the county and policy responses to them.