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Dyanne London, Board member of the Encampment for Citizenship (EFC) is interviewed by Susan Fleischmann. EFC conducts residential summer programs with year-round follow-up for young people of widely diverse backgrounds and nations. It provides youth with a compelling experience in democratic living, with emphasis on critical thinking and social action. Through this transformative experience, young people become more informed and sensitive about the key issues of our time and committed to active citizenship and involvement in their community as justice seekers.

Katherine Bennett, the new Executive Director of Spare Change News, is interviewed by Susan Fleischmann. 2-22-2016

Susan Fleischmann interviews Darrin Korte, the new Executive Director of the Cambridge Community Center. 2-1-2016

Susan Fleischmann and CCTV intern Scout Perry discuss white privilege.

Reverend Irene Monroe discusses the judicial system and race, in light of the Tamir Rice, Sandra Bland, Laquan McDonald and various Chicago cases, with host Susan Fleischmann. 1-4-2016

Susan Fleischmann interviews Reverend Eno Mondesir of the Haitian Baptist Church. The church, celebrating its 36th anniversary, is offering a Thanksgiving dinner for students who do not have a place to go.  To RSVP, email

Karin Meehan of the Salvation Army is interviewed by Susan Fleischmann. The discussion includes information about the Salvation Arm's programs, as well as help needed for the holiday season.

An interview with Kim Kokkotos, the new Executive Director of Cambridge Camping.

Tilson principal Chris Campbell

The City Council chamber was buzzing on October 14th  as an interactive forum on Cambridge broadband was convened. The community input event was part of a larger effort to examine the state of broadband in Cambridge: its cost, speed, and accessibility for homes and businesses. In breakout groups facilitated by members of the City’s Broadband Task Force, dozens of Cambridge residents shared observations and ideas for improvement. The Task Force, created in late 2014, was appointed by City Manager Rich Rossi, has been meeting since March of this year.