COVID-19 & Social Justice Programming Aug 3 - Aug 9

COVID-19 & Social Justice Programming Aug 3 - Aug 9

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

  • Posted on: 3 August 2020
  • By: Alfonso

COVID-19 Programming
Tune in on Channel 9

Slow Living Summit: Agriculture Policy, what does the future of feeding ourselves look like when faced with pressing issues of climate change and a global pandemic? A small group of farmers, activists, and advocates come together to discuss just that. Produced by BCTV.
3 PM on Mon 8/3, Wed 8/5, Fri 8/7

Not for Nothin: Reopening the Public Schools, Susan Fleischmann and Reverend Irene Monroe talk to Boston Public School teacher Emily Nelson Tyler about the planned reopening of the public schools. Produced by CCTV.
2 PM on Mon 8/3
3 PM on Tue 8/4
4:30 PM on Wed 8/5
1 PM on Thurs 8/6

unPlanned: Luc Schuster and Callie Clark, this week on unPlanned, Luc Schuster, director of Boston Indicators ( and Callie Clark of Massachusetts Housing Partnership ( dive deep into the data about Covid and its impacts on the Boston metro region. Together, they have created a "snapshot in time" to better understand what happens to a city during a pandemic. Produced by Sam Seidel.
4:30 PM on Mon 8/3
7 PM on Tue 8/4
2:30 PM on Wed 8/5, Fri 8/7
3:30 PM on Thurs 8/6

Social Justice Programming
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Bill’s Bullpen: Robert Cutts, Former Virginia police officer and Bourne resident, Robert Cutts, shares his perspective dealing with racism, bias and the need for organizational change and encourages viewers to be open, support their local police and know there are many good cops. Produced by Bourne Community TV.
8 PM on Tue 8/4, Wed 8/5

PRC Nights Online: Photographing Protest, PRC Nights Online with Harry Scales was a live event on Wednesday, July 15, 2020. The theme of the evening was Photographing Protest and featured work by Harry Scales along with Matthew Kamholtz and Ellen Feldman.
Harry Scales is a Fine Art & Editorial photographer working in New York & Boston recently graduated from the New England School of Photography’s full-time program. Currently he is documenting the Black Lives Matter protests in Boston and his work inspired the theme for this edition of PRC Nights Online. Matthew Kamholtz and Ellen Feldman will also be sharing their work. Produced by Photographic Resource Center.
5 PM on Mon 8/3
1 PM on Tue 8/4
6 PM on Wed 8/5, Fri 8/7
7 PM on Thurs 8/6
5:30 PM on Sun 8/9

Racism in America: The Difficult & Complex Conversation About Systemic Racism, the presentation is by Mark Hughes, Founder and Executive Director of Justice for All, and Coordinator for the VT Racial Justice Alliance. Produced by Mt. Mansfield Community Television.
7 PM on Mon 8/3
1 PM on Wed 8/5, Fri 8/7
2 PM on Thurs 8/6
7:30 PM on Sun 8/9

New Single
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92nd Annual Italian Feast Of Saints Cosmas & Damian, small Parade with band members, Music By "Music Group: World Premier Band" and a Walk Through the event. Produced by William J. DelMonte.
8:30 PM on Mon 8/3
7:30 PM on Tue 8/4
5:30 PM on Wed 8/5
5 PM on Fri 8/7

Tune in to Channel 9 from Friday through Sunday for a Weekend Marathon centered around Social Justice! Friday 8/7 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 8/8 from 12 PM-Midnight & Sunday 8/9 from 12-4 PM on CCTV Channel 9