This Week on TV: Black Identity

This Week on TV: Black Identity

Great Programming on CCTV

  • Posted on: 16 April 2019
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New From Staff

Innovation-Clean Energy Economy Pathways (ICEP), Inc. presents ICEP Dialogues Toward Sustaining Life℠
ICEP Dialogues Toward Sustaining Life℠ is a series that feature speakers who, through dialogues with their communities, have come to new insights on what sustainability means in the 21st century. Our speakers explore questions with respect to how people and communities have been perceived over time and what they are doing to solve challenges to sustainability created by these perceptions.
Saturday 4/20 at 5PM on channel 8

Cambridge Historical Society Annual Meeting
At the Annual Meeting, the Cambridge Historical Society council members met publicly to reflect on the accomplishments and challenges of the last year and discuss goals for the coming year. The Annual Meeting also ushered in new councilors and presented a vote for incoming officers.
Saturday 4/20 at 5:30 PM on channel 8

Black Identity Surviving Media and Politics
Hosted by the Cambridge Health Alliance, The Race Recovery Series was created as a result of years of discussions between black leaders looking to celebrate and examine the triumphs of the black community against the backdrop of racism. The discussions provide a space for examination and interpretation of
healthy responses to racial stress for individuals of color.
The event took place at the Cambridge Public Library and was filmed by Tricia Bitetto.
Wednesday 4/17 - Friday 4/19 at 5PM on channel 8

New Independent Pieces

Sen. Markey Press Conference: April 1st, 2019
Belmont Media Center
Unedited video of press conference hosted by Senator Edward J. Markey speaking out against the Federal Communications Commission's proposed rule that, if approved. will endanger the future of local community TV stations in hundreds of communities across the United States.
Held in Boston, MA on April 1st, the press event followed a well-attended round-table discussion moderated by Sen. Markey with reps from public-educational-government access TV stations from around the Commonwealth.
Speakers included Melinda Garfield, of MassAccess, Geoffrey Beckwith of Mass Municipal Association, & Mayor Stephanie M. Burke of Medford, MA
Video by Belmont Media Center.
Thursday 4/18 at 11AM and Sunday 4/21 at 10PM on channel 8

Whose University Is It?
Grif Peterson
A collective fighting for democratic decision-making on university campuses. This event took place on February 27, 2019 at Cambridge Public Library.
Friday 4/19 at 10PM on channel 8

Weekend Marathon Featuring:
Theater Performances!
Friday 6-9PM, Saturday 12PM - Midnight & Sunday 12-4PM on channel 9