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Dec 31, 2017
Human trafficking, the modern slave trade: 30 million people are enslaved in the world today, more than anytime in human history, and yes, human trafficking has taken place right here in Cambridge. This episode of Cambridge Uncovered places a focus on sex trafficking, as NeighborMedia coordinator Frank Morris interviews Simon Hedlin of Cambridge-based Demand Abolition, Steven Procopio with...
Dec 31, 2017
In episode eight of Cambridge Uncovered, Lesley University students and NeighborMedia interns Katrina Macher and Sasha Van Baars brought together a panel of local education experts -- Lesley University Professor Donna Halper; Boston Partners in Education Executive Director Pamela Civins; Cambridge School Committee Member Fran Cronin; and Cambridge Community Services Executive Director Ben Clark...
Dec 31, 2017
Cambridge has long been overshadowed by its neighbor to the east, Boston. While multiple news outlets cover Cambridge, many local stories still go unreported or underreported. In the fourth episode of "Cambridge Uncovered," NeighborMedia citizen journalist Kristina Kehrer sets out to explore where Cambridge residents get their news, the topics Cantabrigians care about most, and the views...
Dec 31, 2017
NeighborMedia intern Sarah Moawad, co-editor of Muftah's Egypt and North Africa pages, leads the discussion in this 12th episode of "Cambridge Uncovered." Joining her are City Councilor Nadeem Mazen -- who is said to be the first and one of the only Muslim elected officials in Massachusetts; Farah El-Sharif, a second year Ph.D. student in Near Eastern Language and Civilizations, with a focus on...
Dec 31, 2017
NeighborMedia reporter Siobhan Bredin sits down with Sarah Hoffman of Mmmmaven to talk about Together Boston, an annual celebration of music, art and technology, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The 2015 Together festival will take place May 10-17 in venues across the city. Cambridge Uncovered is a collaboration between Cambridge Community Television's Production Department and NeighborMedia....
Dec 31, 2017
In the third episode of "Cambridge Uncovered," citizen journalist Anna Weick - a correspondent for NeighborMedia.org - explores the topic of women's homelessness and the community services that are available in Cambridge to help these women get back on their feet. Throughout the program, Weick sits down with experts from the YWCA Cambridge - including Executive Director Eva Martin Blythe, Tanner...
Dec 31, 2017
Judy Nathans, a former member of the Cambridge Recycling Advisory Committee, sits down with Quinton Zondervan, president of Green Cambridge, and Carol Oldham, executive director of Massachusetts Climate Action Network, in this 11th episode of Cambridge Uncovered to talk about some of the sustainability efforts occurring within the city of Cambridge. Record date: Nov. 12, 2015 | Premiere date: Nov...
Dec 31, 2017
In episode six of Cambridge Uncovered, NeighborMedia journalist Lori Jobe explores Central Square and its special designation as a cultural district. What is a cultural district? What elements make Central Square a Cultural District? And what is being done to promote Central Square as such? Jobe sits down with Jason Weeks of the Cambridge Arts Council, City Councilor Nadeem Mazen and Central...
Dec 31, 2017
Certain medical conditions, such as heart disease, stroke and diabetes, disproportionately affect minority populations in the U.S. In this episode of Cambridge Uncovered, NeighborMedia correspondent Maurice Wilkey delves into the issue of men's health and racial disparities, as he interviews local experts and residents on the topic. In the first segment of the show, Wilkey sits down with Albert...
Dec 31, 2017
In the 10th episode of Cambridge Uncovered, NeighborMedia reporter Beverly Mire sits down with three Cambridge teens to talk about their roles as activists in the community. Mire interviews Mari Gashaw, a Cambridge Rindge and Latin School student heavily involved with organizing events around Black Lives Matter, including the “Hands Up Student Walkout” last year; Christy Felix, a Community...
Dec 31, 2017
On Dec. 1, demonstrations were held across the country to protest the grand jury's decision not to prosecute police officer Darren Wilson in the killing of Michael Brown. Cambridge Rindge...
Dec 31, 2017
Delving into the Cambridge arts scene, the first episode was produced by NeighborMedia correspondents Siobhan Bredin and Beverly Mire. During the first half-hour, Bredin speaks with Peter DiMuro, director of the Dance Complex, about this exciting performance arts center in the heart of Central Square. In the second half half-hour, Mire speaks with two students in CCTV’s Youth Media Program who...
Dec 31, 2017
The ninth episode of Cambridge Uncovered celebrates Latino culture and heritage in the city of Cambridge. In the first segment, host and moderator Luis Vasquez talks with Vice Mayor Dennis Benzan and Rafael Ulloa, editor of El Planeta Media, about a new event coming to Cambridge during Hispanic Heritage Month: VivaLatino, which takes place Sept. 26 in Central Square. Benzan returns for the second...

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