This Week on TV: Resistance School Teaches Practical Skills to Reclaim, Rebuild, and Reimagine America

This Week on TV: Resistance School Teaches Practical Skills to Reclaim, Rebuild, and Reimagine America

Beginning this week, watch sessions from the Resistance School on CCTV.

  • Posted on: 11 November 2017
  • By: lily


This Week on CCTV: TV Highlights November 13 -19

The Resistance School provides training for communities to make issue-based and electoral progressive change that advance values of fairness, equity, and inclusivity. This week, watch Resistance School Session One: 'How to Communicate our Values in Political Advocacy' - presented by Tim McCarthy. Timothy Patrick McCarthy (@DrTPM) is an award-winning scholar, educator, and public servant. A cultural historian by training, Dr. McCarthy's work specializes in politics and social movements, slavery and abolition, the art and literature of protest, media culture, and human rights. Since 2006, he has taught the highly popular course, "Arts of Communication," at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

WATCH: On Channel 8, Mon. Nov. 13 at 5pm, Tue. Nov. 14 and Thu. Nov. 16 at 11 am. and Fri. Nov. 17 and Sun. Nov. 19 at 10pm. And, look for more Resistance School sessions on CCTV in the weeks to come.

Watch new experimental film Recollections from producer Andrew Gerzon

WATCH: The newest from Cambridge producers plays each week on Channel 8, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 7pm and Wednesdays and Fridays at 11am.

More great videos you may have missed - now available on demand.

DId you know? The latest from CCTV Staff and CCTV Member producers is available for viewing - anytime, anywhere - on CCTV's YouTube Channel. In case you missed it, check out CCTV reporters live this Halloween night on the streets of Cambridge, your fellow Cambridge residents with the least talent starring in CCTV's No Talent Show at the first Central Square Flea of this season, an interview with an East Cambridge firefighter who moonlights as a reality TV star, and more.

You never know what you'll see on CCTV!