CCTV Programming Mar 1 - Mar 7

CCTV Programming Mar 1 - Mar 7

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

  • Posted on: 28 February 2021
  • By: Alfonso

Programming by CCTV Members
Tune in on Channel 9

The Evil Eye, produced by Pauline Nanton.
8:30 PM on Wed 3/3, Fri 3/5, Sun 3/7

Carolyn Psychic's Playroom: John, John Voigt - qigong master - has studied with Grandmasters Mantak Chia (Universal Healing Tao) and Lin Housheng creator of Taiji-Qigong Shibashi. Also with Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson, Michael Winn (Healing Tao USA), Daisy Lee and Francesco Garripoli. He writes for Chinese Medicine Living, Qi Journal, and Qi Encyclopedia, where he is also the editor. To receive a psychic reading from Carolyn on a future episode, write to Produced by Carolyn Wilkins.
1 PM on Mon 3/1, Fri 3/5
7:30 PM on Wed 3/3

Women's History Month
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Lifting up Cambridge Womxn's History: Womxn Take the Streets, Currently, only 7% of the people commemorated in Cambridge’s street names are women. Join us for an intergenerational conversation on how to create more just and equitable public spaces in Cambridge; where the lives and voices of Cambridge womxn are uplifted and our streets, monuments, and memorials better reflect the rich diversity of our city.
Councillor E. Denise Simmons Professor Catherine D'Ignazio, Director of the MIT Data + Feminism Lab MIT and Harvard Urban Planning students, Clara Amenyo, Osamu Kumasaka, & Lenna Johnsen, who highlighted these disparities by creating an Instagram filter, street map, and playing cards featuring Cambridge women. Produced by Cambridge Women’s Commission.
1:30 PM on Mon 3/1
3 PM on Wed 3/3
2 PM on Fri 3/5

Black Maternal Health Series: Prenatal Care & Advocating for Yourself, this first conversation, "Prenatal Care & Advocating for Yourself", will feature panelists: Dr. Alexis Griffin, Tufts Medical Center; Dr. Allison Bryant, Mass General Hospital; and Stephanie Johnson, DEM, Roots Midwifery Care. Our moderator will be Carmyn Polk, YWCA Cambridge Board Member and Chair of the Racial and Social Justice Advocacy Committee. Produced by YWCA Cambridge.
1 PM on Tue 3/2, Wed 3/3
7 PM on Thurs 3/4
3:30 PM on Fri 3/5

The Story Behind Her Success, Harvard Square Business Association in partnership with Boston Women in Media and Entertainment present ‘Story Behind Her Success Breakfast: Protect and Serve’ Annual Women’s History Month Breakfast 2019. Produced by CCTV.
3 PM on Tue 3/2, Thurs 3/4
4:30 PM on Wed 3/3
5:30 PM on Fri 3/5

Women Speak: Cambridge Women Center’s 50th, produced by Tess Ewing.
4 PM on Mon 3/1
2:30 PM on Thurs 3/4
1:30 PM on Fri 3/5

Why Women Matter in the News Business, Anne Galloway, the founder and editor of VTDigger and the executive director of the nonprofit Vermont Journalism Trust, discusses her journey from a one-woman operation covering state politics to a two-million-dollar nonprofit daily news business. Produced by GNAT-TV.
7:30 PM on Mon 3/1
6 PM on Wed 3/3
1 PM on Thurs 3/4

Carrie Hessler-Radelet on GCTV with Bill Miller, Former Peace Corps Director & President of both Project Concern International and Global Communities, details how these organizations utilize many of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and develop programs to empower women and girls. Produced by Global Connections TV.
7 PM on Tue 3/2
8 PM on Wed 3/3, Sun 3/7
6:30 PM on Fri 3/5

Tune in to Channel 9 from Friday through Sunday and kickstart WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH with our weekend marathon! Friday 3/5 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 3/6
from 12 PM-Midnight & Sunday 3/7 from 12-4 PM on CCTV Channel 9.