Women's History Month Begins!

Women's History Month Begins!

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

  • Posted on: 28 February 2022
  • By: Alfonso

Women's History Month
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We Who March, a panel discussion of the photography book We Who March, a multi-city documentation of the Women's March of 1/21/12017. Conceived and edited by Cambridge resident and photographer Ellen Feldman, the book contains photographs from 30 photographers and comments by 20 marchers, as well as an introduction by Wellesley College professor emerita Susan M. Reverby. Panelists include host Ellen Feldman, Susan Reverby, and photographers Debi Milligan and Linda Haas. Profits from book sales are being donated to Planned Parenthood. Produced by CCTV.
4 PM on Mon 2/28
3 PM on Tue 3/1
1 PM on Fri 3/4

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. Produced by Siobhan Bredin, Sarah Moawad and Frank Morris. Roll-in video by Siobhan Bredin. Crew: Natalie Minik, Tanya Powers, Nick Perry, Maddy Weaver. Produced by CCTV.
7:30 PM on Mon 2/28
2:30 PM on Wed 3/2, Thurs 3/3, Fri 3/4

A Moment in Her Story: Stories from the Boston Women's Movement, the video traces the history of the women's movement coming out of the Anti-war and Civil Rights movements and continuing through the 1970s. The interviewees are the women who fought these struggles in groups and collectives and developed a new way of working together. They include working class women, black women, Latinas, lesbians, socialist feminists and the radical and cultural feminists of the late 60s and 70s. Produced by Catherine Russo.
1 PM on Tue 3/1
6:30 PM on Wed 3/2
7 PM on Fri 3/4

Member Produced
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Green Heron, a musical performance produced by Al Marotta.
2:30 PM on Mon 2/28
5:30 PM on Tue 3/1
8:30 PM on Wed 3/2
3:30 PM on Thurs 3/3
5 PM on Fri 3/4
8 PM on Sun 3/6

What’s Up Twenties? Where is Home? Home is different for everyone. It can be a physical place, a feeling, or a memory. We talk about our home countries Brazil and the Philippines, our journey to the United States, the culture shock, the ever-changing meaning of home, and ultimately what home means to us. Is it something permanent? Or is it anywhere that makes you feel happy? Or perhaps anywhere as long as you're with your loved ones? Produced by Alfonso Mateo and Yanka Petri.
7 PM on Tue 3/1
1 PM on Thurs 3/3
3:30 PM on Fri 3/4

Special Highlight
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Cambridge READS: Paul Farmer on "Mountains Beyond Mountains", Cambridge Reads presents a special event with Tracy Kidder and Dr. Paul Farmer, the subject of Kidder's book "Mountains Beyond Mountains." This full length program was recorded on October 20, 2006, at Harvard University's Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, MA. This program was produced by Cambridge Community Television with volunteers Matt Mitchell and Courtney Eltinge.
1 PM on Mon 2/28, Wed 3/2
4 PM on Tue 3/1
7 PM on Thurs 3/3
5:30 PM on Fri 3/4

Tune in to Channel 9 from Saturday to Sunday and watch our Women's History Month programming during our weekend marathon! Saturday 3/5 from 12 PM-Midnight & Sunday 3/6 from 12-4 PM on CCTV Channel 9.