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Not for Nothin' - Rev. Irene Monroe

A far ranging discussion with Reverend Irene Monroe about the Central Flea, Dr. Huxtable vs. the real Bill Cosby.

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BEYOND BOSTON: A Monthly News Digest Show | Eps. 10

Focus on Bicycle Advocacy

For this installment of Beyond Boston, we turn to the youngest reporters in the Beyond Boston family, the crew from youth media camp at Somerville Community Access Television, who recently interviewed several activists and cyclists about the reality of traversing our region on two wheels.

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Not for Nothin' - Cambridge Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Loving vs. State of Virginia

laws against interracial marriage struck down

Fifty years ago, on June 12, 1967, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that laws against interracial marriage are unconstitutional. 

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Not for Nothin' - Megan Shaw and Paul Gromer

Cambridge Community Electricity Program

The City of Cambridge has engaged in an electricity aggregation program to lower electrical costs for Cambridge residents, and to move the City closer to net-zero by limiting fossil fuel energy.  Hear more about how the program works from Megan Shaw, Outreach Director of the Cambridge Energy Alliance, and Paul Gromer, CEO of the Peregrine Group. 6-5-2017

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Gift Cards for Guns

Disposing of unwanted items doesn’t often come with a reward, especially a reward of up to $200. On Saturday, June 10, however, Cambridge residents will be awarded gift cards ranging from $50 - $200 for each firearm they securely dispose of to public safety officers at the city’s third annual Gun Buy-Back.
 

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"Central Flea" Coming to Central Square

CSBA Seeks Cambridge Vendors for June 25 New Market Concept

Submitted by the Central Square Business Association

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Not for Nothin' - The Community Learning Center

a discussion with Patricia Fiorenza

Patricia Fiorenza, member of the Outreach Team, talks about the free classes and services available at the Community Learning Center. 5-22-2017

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Not for Nothin' - Rev. Irene Monroe

Cambridge is not immune to racism and classism

A discussion with Reverend Irene Monroe about the Malden charter school that is punishing African American students for wearing extensions, and the May 10 Town Meeting on race, gender, class and culture convened by Mayor Denise Simmons. 

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“Kill It To Save It”

An Autopsy of Capitalism’s Triumph over Democracy

On May 4, 2017, the Harvard Book Store was standing room only for “Kill It To Save It” author Corey Dolgon’s book reading and Q&A session. Dolgon was a gracious and affable host to a large group of friends, family, colleagues, mentors, and as he put it “new friends.”