Black History Month is Here!

Black History Month is Here!

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

  • Posted on: 31 January 2022
  • By: Alfonso

Black History Month is Here!
Tune in on Channel 9

WVOE: the Voice of Ebony, a documentary film about African American ownership in Radio. Produced by Individual Eleven.
7 PM on Tue 2/1, Sun 2/6
1 PM on Wed 2/2, Thurs 2/3
6 PM on Fri 2/4
10 AM on Sat 2/5

Black Futures Matter: A Celebration of History and Culture, an event that includes original dance by Cha Cha Epps, spoken word by Ashley-Rose Salomon, and song and piano by Nedelka Prescott and Vaughn Francis. The program focuses on the resilience of Black communities in Cambridge. The event takes place at St. Augustine's church, a building with deep roots in Cambridgeport’s Black history. We're inaugurating a revitalization program at St. Augustines through the nonprofit, Black History in Action. This will be the first of a series of events meant to educate and engage the general public about the enduring Black presence in Cambridge. Produced by Kris Manjapra.
1 PM on Mon 1/31, Tue 2/1
6:30 PM on Wed 2/2
2:30 PM on Thurs 2/3
4:30 PM on Fri 2/4
12 PM on Sat 2/5
9 AM on Sun 2/6

Black History Trivia Night, test your knowledge of notable Black Americans and their contributions to the arts, science, politics, sports, academia, business and more! Presented by COS New England. Produced by Belmont Media Center.
5 PM on Mon 1/31
4 PM on Tue 2/1
7 PM on Thurs 2/3
6 PM on Sat 2/5

Exploring the African American Experience in Cambridge, this program talks about slavery and freedom, and a lecture by Kenyatta d. Berry, as she explains the African American experience in Cambridge. Produced by Angel Aiguier.
7 PM on Mon 1/31
3 PM on Tue 2/1
8 PM on Wed 2/2, Fri 2/4

Member Submissions
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Managing your Healthcare, This program is presented by Stephanie Bissonnette, DO, MPH, Movement Disorder Specialist at Boston University Medical Campus; and Terrell Y. Johnson, MD, Primary Care Physician, Department of Medicine, at Boston University Medical Campus. Dr. Bissonnette and Dr. Johnson discusses the interactions between the neurologist and primary care physicians, and how to coordinate with the two for your best care. Produced by APDA Massachusetts.
4 PM on Mon 1/31
3 PM on Wed 2/2
2 PM on Fri 2/4

The Menden Hall Sisters, produced by Al Marrotta.
2:30 PM on Mon 1/31, Tue 2/1, Wed 2/2
1 PM on Fri 2/4

In Correspondence with Eric Protein Moseley 3: LA, Eric Protein Moseley aims to be in Correspondence with the president of the US and others who are interested in making a change.
He does so by bringing you a compelling story that you wouldn't regularly see on your favorite broadcasting. Produced by Eric Protein Moseley.
8:30 PM on Mon 1/31
10 PM on Sat 2/5, Sun 2/6

Tune in to Channel 9 from Saturday to Sunday and watch our Black History Month specials during our weekend marathon! Saturday 2/5 from 12 PM-Midnight & Sunday 2/6 from 12-4 PM on CCTV Channel 9.