This Week on TV: Digital Engagement and Race Recovery

This Week on TV: Digital Engagement and Race Recovery

Watch a weekend Marathon of programs all about Women, on CCTV Channel 9!

  • Posted on: 28 May 2019
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

New From Staff

History Cafe: Digital Engagement
On April 10, 2019, CCTV and the Cambridge Historical Society welcomed city councilors Sumbul Siddiqui and Alanna Mallon to discuss their pdocast "Women Are Here" and how Cambridge engages in the digital realm. Cambridge Rindge and Latin alumnus Smarika Suwal served as moderator. This History Cafe is part of the Cambridge Historical Society's series of events centered on the theme "How Does Cambridge Engage?"
Thursday 5/30 and Saturday 6/1 at 5PM on channel 8

Race Recovery Owning Our Masters
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 Rock Louis.
Wednesday 5/29 and Friday 5/31 at 5PM on channel 8

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

The Harp Show: Harpist Arilyn Mitchell
Al Marotta
Harpist Arilyn Mitchell plays a varied repertoire. A note from the harpist:
I am pleased to have had many opportunities to enhance important celebrations. I have played at weddings, both indoors and outside, and even for one on a vintage steam ship. I also enjoy playing at nursing homes, and various care facilities. I play at the Newport Hospital once a week, splitting my time between the Cancer and Rehabilitation wards and the Courtyard. I was accepted into the prestigious Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, and will begin rehearsals in September.
Friday May 31 at 6PM

Cambridge Uncovered Ep 15: Cambridge Women's Heritage
In the 15th episode of Cambridge Uncovered, four local women celebrate Cambridge Women's Heritage through a thoughtful discussion reflecting the legacy of Cambridge women past and present, unsung and famous, who have shaped the city and the community we live in. NeighborMedia reporter Siobhan Bredin interviews Sarah Burks of the Cambridge Historical Commission; Mary Leno, a former city employee with the Women's Heritage Commission; and Sarah Boyer, a Cambridge oral historian, for this walk down memory lane. Speaking of walks, this episode also announces the launch of the Cambridge Women's History Project mobile tours through the Cambridge-based free iPhone app, Yonward.
Saturday 6/1 at 7:50PM

Boston Women's March For America
Lily Bouvier and Kristina Kehrer
Scenes and interviews from the Boston Women's March For America on January 21, 2017, the day after Trump's inauguration in Washington.
Saturday 6/1 at 11:30PM

Pressley Clark BeHeard Press Conference
Belmont Media Center
Representatives Ayanna Pressley & Katherine Clark introduce the Be HEARD (Bringing an End to Harassment by Enhancing Accountability and Rejecting Discrimination) in the Workplace Act at a press conference held at the Casa Myrna in Boston on April 23, 2019
Sunday 6/2 at 2PM

Women's Economic Empowerment Town Hall
Recorded at the Cambridge Community Center, March 21, 2019, Congresswoman Katherine Clark discussed Women's Economic Empowerment with Eva Martin Blythe from the YWCA.
Sunday 6/2 at 3PM