Child Sexual Abuse is a topic to which Dominic Carter speaks on throughout the country and the world.
Dominic’s life has been profiled in many publications, and he speaks at Child Advocacy Centers.
Dominic Carter is also a radio talk show host on WABC in New York City. This is one of his recent segments, you can click on here, when Dominic was making a strong point of Children on their way to School should not have to walk past heroin addicts shooting up.
Dominic also recently attended an event with Hollywood Actress Vanessa Williams, appeared on CNN, and delivered a speech to a Child Advocacy Center in Kansas. Up next Dominic will speak in April 2023 in Oklahoma. Dominic Carter’s remarkable book on his life is “No Momma’s Boy.”
Dominic Carter has often been described as one of the best political reporters in New York today. A fixture in the industry for the last 35 years, working in television news, and at WABC Radio. Dominic has received numerous awards, and has traveled the globe on assignment. To Israel, the Persian Gulf, Japan, and Somalia.
Dominic’s past interviews range from the likes of Former President Donald Trump, Bill & Hillary Clinton, and Nelson Mandela of South Africa. Dominic has also appeared on all the major TV News channels: Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, Face the Nation, and Dominic even appears on the Wendy Williams TV show.
Carter also released a book on his life, “No Momma’s Boy,” which is about his mother’s Mental Illness, but also how he rose from the Housing Projects of the Bronx NY, and the public school system, to where he is today. Dominic is a graduate of the State University of New York-College at Cortland and attended graduate Journalism school at the prestigious Newhouse School at Syracuse University. Go Orange!
Dominic’s remarkable life story has even been told in Oprah Winfrey’s Magazine. Besides proudly being on WABC, Dominic also is a public speaker throughout the country and in Canada.
What else can you say about Dominic? He is also a very proud once time Pal Kid. The New York Police Athletic League, which he credits with saving his life.