Native American/Indigenous People Heritage Month for Nov 8 - Nov 14

Native American/Indigenous People Heritage Month for Nov 8 - Nov 14

What's new to CCTV? A List of Programs to Check Out This Week!

  • Posted on: 8 November 2021
  • By: Alfonso

Native American/Indigenous People Heritage Month
Tune in on Channel 9

Bearer of the Morning: The Life of Te Ata Thompson Fisher, Bearer of the Morning: The Life of Te Ata Thompson Fisher, a one hour documentary highlighting transcended cultural and racial barriers to create a lasting legacy during a career. Produced by Chickasaw Nation Productions.
1 PM on Tue 11/9, Wed 11/10
7 PM on Thurs 11/11, Fri 11/12

And That Has Made All The Difference: Trace DeMeyer Hentz, And That Has Made All The Difference: Trace DeMeyer Hentz, Elliott Greenblott interviews Trace DeMeyer Hentz, a Native American historian, writer, blogger, chronicler, and activist. Produced by GNAT-TV.
2 PM on Mon 11/8
7:30 PM on Tue 11/9
3 PM on Wed 11/10
8 PM on Fri 11/12

Keeping the Waters Flowing with Marshall Golden Eagle Jack, Native American Elder, Marshall "Golden Eagle" Jack shares his ancient wisdom in creating abundant and healthy water supplies. Produced by Get Conscious Now.
8 PM on Mon 11/8
2 PM on Tue 11/9
7 PM on Wed 11/10
3 PM on Thurs 11/11
6 PM on Fri 11/12

A Variety of Programs
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unPlanned: Leavitt & Peirce, You can no longer buy a newspaper in Harvard Square. Imagine that! Of all the places in the continental United States, you might expect to be able to find a Boston Globe or a New York Times here. But many of the old newsstands have long since closed — Nini’s Corner, Out of Town News, to name two — and the ones that still exist, the Coop for example, now focus on selling sweatshirts and other swag to visitors. unPlanned ventured into the Square to confirm this fact, and ended up in one of the oldest establishments in the Square — Leavitt & Peirce. After 140 years of continuous services, hawking their odd mix of tobacco, pipes, chess sets and shaving kits, it’s one of the most iconic locations in one of the most iconic squares in the U.S. We talk with Sean Matthew McGann about what it means that there are no more newspapers in the Square, and we also ask him to show us some of the funky things that his store still has for sale. Everything old is new again? Produced by Sam Seidel.
2:30 PM on Mon 11/8
3:30 PM on Wed 11/10, Fri 11/12
8:30 PM on Thurs 11/11

Carolyn’s Psychic Playroom: Debbie Romero, twice a month, Carolyn interviews people exploring the intersection of art, human potential, and the Spirit within. Listen as psychics, artists, musicians and writers offer tips for tapping into the Creative Spirit. Listeners can also write in to receive a Tarot mini-reading from Carolyn during the show.
For more info, visit https://www.carolynwilkins.com. This month's guest is psychic, medium and teacher Debbie Romero. To find out more about Debbie, visit her on Instagram @mediumdebbieromero. Produced by Carolyn Wilkins.
1 PM on Mon 11/8, Thurs 11/11, Fri 11/12
8 PM on Tue 11/9, Wed 11/10

On The Road with Jazzy Bill: Vibe Check at Oktoberfest In Harvard Square, produced by William J. DelMonte.
4 PM on Mon 11/8
3 PM on Tue 11/9
2 PM on Wed 11/10, Thurs 11/11, Fri 11/12

The Sky This Month: November 2021: Meteors, Meteoroids, Meteorites! Produced by Concord TV.
6:30 PM on Mon 11/8, Wed 11/10
7 PM on Tue 11/9
8 PM on Thurs 11/11
3 PM on Fri 11/12

Tune in to Channel 9 from Friday through Sunday for our Racism centered weekend marathon! Saturday 11/13 from 12 PM-Midnight & Sunday 11/14 from 12-4 PM on CCTV Channel 9.