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Rosa Parks At 100; Redistricting NYC; Jake Tapper

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Monday, February 04, 2013

As the country celebrates civil rights icon Rosa Parks' 100th birthday, Brooklyn College professor Jeanne Theoharis explains why people often get her role in history wrong. Plus: a conversation on how redistricting and changing demographics will affect New York's city council elections; and CNN's  Jake Tapper discusses the latest news out of Washington.

2013: Year of the Drone

Lev Grossman, senior writer for TIME, discusses his recent cover story on the rise of drone usage - both in military operations and domestically.

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Monday Morning Politics: Jake Tapper

It's another busy week in DC, with continuing efforts to reach immigration reform, the confirmation of Chuck Hagel in the balance, and another set of negotiations over taxes and "sequester" cuts on the horizon. Jake Tapper, CNN anchor and chief Washington correspondent and author of The Outpost: An Untold Story of American Valor, discusses the latest.

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Rosa Parks, Activist

On the 100th anniversary of Rosa Parks' birth, Jeanne Theoharis, author of The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks, talks about her new biography and its focus on Parks' activism.

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Barbara Buono: Candidate for Governor

Barbara Buono, New Jersey State Senator and Democratic candidate for Governor, discusses her bid to challenge incumbent Chris Christie in New Jersey's gubernatorial election this Fall.

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The Latest in the Redistricting Battle

Since the most recent City Council redistricting proposal, negotiations have been taking place to further adjust the balance of power among New York City communities. In advance of Wednesday's public hearing, several experts weigh in on NYC's changing demographics and how redistricting will affect city council elections.

→ Hearing: This Wednesday, February 6th | New York Law School 6pm | More Information

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Open Phones: Hillary Clinton Returns to Westchester

For the first time in twenty years, Hillary Clinton doesn't have a national political job. So, what should she do with her free time in Westchester?

Listeners, what would you recommend to the now Former Secretary of State? We'll take your suggestions at 212-433-9692...

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