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A continuing discussion with Reverend Irene Monroe about race and politics. This episode focuses on the Republican National Convention and the first day of the Democratic National Convention. 7-27-2016

Susan Fleischmann speaks with Reverend Irene Monroe in the aftermath of the police murders of two men of color and the killing of five Dallas police officers. 

An interview with Risa Mednick, the Executive Director of Transition House.

An interview with Elaine DeRosa, Executive Director of the anti-poverty agency Cambridge Economic Opportunity Committee. 6/27/2016

CCTV's NeighborMedia Coordinator Frank Morris and Executive Director Susan Fleischmann talk about homophobia,  islamophobia, and racism in the aftermath of the massacre in Orlando. 6-20-2016

As so often happens when divisive and devastating events take place, the Cambridge community came together to mourn the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. The City of Cambridge and the Peace Commission, led by director Brian Corr, called for the community to meet on the steps of City Hall on the day following the largest mass shooting in US history. Joined by many City employees, representatives of the clergy, city councilors and school committee members, Mayor E.

Discussion with Reverend Irene Monroe about the remake of "Roots" and the impact of the life of Muhammed Ali.

A talk with Reverend Irene Monroe about the first verdict in the Freddie Gray case, Beyonce's "Lemonade," and more.

Elaine Schear, Executive Director of Friends of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, describes the many ways that the organization enhances the  Cambridge Rindge and Latin experience for both teachers and students.

On May 5th, Mayor Denise Simmons and Eastern Bank sponsored an evening in celebration of National Small Business Week. Three Cambridge business owners received City Council Resolutions from the Mayor, in recognition of their resilience and community engagement: Steve Adelson, owner of Teddy’s Shoes in Central Square, who has revitalized his family business by serving the dance community, John Shaw, owner of Fire and Ice and the recently opened Jefe Taqueria in Harvard Square, and Erinn Pearson of Simply Erinn’s Unisex Hair Salon.