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News12 featured Dyson Professor Kiku Huckle in "Allegations against Gov. Cuomo spark discussion of treatment of women in workplace"

03/09/2021

News12 featured Dyson Professor Kiku Huckle in "Allegations against Gov. Cuomo spark discussion of treatment of women in workplace"

With more and more women in positions of power in the state Capitol and in Gov. Cuomo’s administration, News12 asks how such behavior exists in the workplace, and what we can do to change it. Political Science Professor Kiku Huckle says there is a misconception that women must police the behavior and that it was important to name, or identify, the behavior in the workplace.

Assistant professor of political science at Pace University Dr. Kiku Huckle discusses the allegations against the governor. She says she hopes discussion around the case will set a precedent, but she says it could take a long time before there is a major change.

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USA Today Network featured Dyson Professor Kiku Huckle in "Amid heat on Andrew Cuomo, Democrats face pressure to weigh in. Here's why"

03/05/2021

USA Today Network featured Dyson Professor Kiku Huckle in "Amid heat on Andrew Cuomo, Democrats face pressure to weigh in. Here's why"

Whether Democrats who don’t join the push can be susceptible to a primary challenge or see it as an issue in marginal districts will depend on the next few weeks and if more accusations are detailed, said Kiku Huckle, political science professor at Pace University. She expects that the effect on Democratic candidates at the ballot box will be minimal if the scandal doesn’t grow with elections not until 2022. “Really extreme voters would be the ones who are going to be more susceptible to basing their votes for other elected officials based on their response to Cuomo as the situation stands at this point,” Huckle said.

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News12 featured Political Science Professor Kiku Huckle in "The President is unfit’: Calls grow to invoke 25th Amendment to remove President Trump from office"

01/08/2021

News12 featured Political Science Professor Kiku Huckle in "The President is unfit’: Calls grow to invoke 25th Amendment to remove President Trump from office"

That would allow them to declare President Trump unfit for office and Pence would then become acting President for the final two weeks of their term. But for that to happen, the vice president would not only need to be on board but would also need a majority of the president's cabinet officials to agree the he is unfit for office in order to seize power from him. "The president can counter and say, 'No, I'm actually fine' and if he does submit that statement in writing, he maintains power of the presidency. The vice president and the Cabinet can re-counter and say, 'No, we actually believe you are unfit,’" says Pace University Professor Kiku Huckle. 

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News 12 featured Political Science Professor Kiku Huckle in "The Georgia Senate Races"

01/06/2021

News 12 featured Political Science Professor Kiku Huckle in "The Georgia Senate Races"

We spoke with Pace University professor Kiku Huckle. She believes besides changes to education, she doesn't think much would change in terms of immigration and taxes. Those are definitely two issues very important to New York or so now Democrats, they're just waiting to see if their candidate will pull through in Georgia. If david perdue the gop candidate does win that means the senate would be still in a ditch. 

"One of the important things to remember about Biden is that he has made his name being a nice guy who's really moderate. And so there is not going to be any massive legislation changes," predicts Pace University assistant political science professor Kiku Huckle.

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News12 featured Political Science Professor Kiku Huckle in "Voters express the explosive divide inside the country"

11/04/2020

News12 featured Political Science Professor Kiku Huckle in "Voters express the explosive divide inside the country"

The tight race for president only magnifies how explosively divided the country is while in the middle of a pandemic. News 12's Samantha Crawford was on Facebook Live during election night at our Digital Desk talking to voters. Pace University Professor Kiku Huckle predicted what will happen in either outcome of the election. “Unfortunately regardless of who wins, there is a large amount of civil unrest on both sides. That is a possibility. What is certain though is that there is going to remain this great deal of polarization,” says Huckle.

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You can view News12’s two hour Town Hall featuring Professor Huckle here.

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