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

The City of Cambridge celebrated this momentous ruling with a three-day festival, which included a gathering on the lawn of City Hall on June 12, 2017. Using Facebook Live, CCTV covered the beginning of the program, as well as interviews with Cambridge residents upon whose lives this decision had an impact. Featuring Reverend Irene Monroe, Michael Monestime, Fanshen Cox, and her mother, Trudy!

 

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

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

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. 

A discussion about the 25th Anniversary of the LA Riots vs, Ferguson, and the Hollywood movie "Hidden Figures" vs. the indie success "Get Out." With Reverend Irene Monroe, 5-1-2017

An interview with Nancy Tauber, Executive Director of the Family Policy Council & Hector Acevedo, Manager of Find It Cambridge. 4-24-2017

An interview with Jane Hirschi, founding Executive Director of City Sprouts. 4-10-2017

An interview with the new Executive Director, Paul Carrucio, and the Operations Manager, Mario Manza, about the programs and activities of the of the Dante Alighieri Society. 3-27-2017

After traveling to present during Black History Month, Reverend Irene Monroe returns to discuss her observations, such as expanded "open carry" laws. 3-20-2017

A discussion with Michael Monestime, the new Executive Director of the Central Square Business Association, about his thoughts on the future of Central Square. 3-13-2017