CCTV Programming Jul 12 - July 18

CCTV Programming Jul 12 - July 18

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

  • Posted on: 12 July 2021
  • By: Alfonso

All About Race and Culture
Tune in on Channel 9

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.
7:30 PM on Mon 7/12
4 PM on Wed 7/14
1 PM on Thurs 7/15
3 PM on Fri 7/16

Black Seeds: The History of Africans in America (Vol 1), The film Black Seeds: The History of Africans in America is a documentary that re-examines the history of African people in America. Volume 1 covers 1492-1865. Produced by Frances Presley Rice.
1 PM on Mon 7/12, Fri 7/16
2 PM on Wed 7/14

Beyond Fortune Cookies 2019, A group of distinguished panelists held a discussion of Asian-American stereotypes and the experience of being Asian American today. Recorded May 8, 2019, and sponsored by Malden Reads. Produced by Malden Access Television.
2:30 PM on Tue 7/13, Fri 7/16
5:30 PM on Wed 7/14

Racism & Colorism in Hispanic Cultures, A short segment about the racism and colorism that exist in Hispanic/Latino cultures. Produced by India Cordero for MARKED 2019. A Youth School Year Production Program Spring 2019.
2:30 PM on Mon 7/12, Thurs 7/15, Fri 7/16
8:30 PM on Tue 7/13
3:30 PM on Wed 7/14

Cambridge River Fest 1990: Caribbean Fest & Opening Ceremony, this program was originally produced on VHS cassette. Digital video files were ripped from the VHS tape archive between 2009 and 2011.
4 PM on Mon 7/12
7 PM on Tue 7/13, Fri 7/16
1 PM on Wed 7/14
3 PM on Thurs 7/15

History Of Violin In Black Culture Part 1, this program was originally produced on VHS cassette. Digital video files were ripped from the VHS tape archive between 2009 and 2011.
1 PM on Tue 7/13
7 PM on Wed 7/14, Thurs 7/15
5 PM on Fri 7/16

Tune in to Channel 9 from Friday through Sunday for our All Cambridge Related weekend marathon! Friday 7/16 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 7/17 from 12 PM-Midnight & Sunday 7/18 from 12-4 PM on CCTV Channel 9.