WATCH NOW: #GivingTuesday; Democracy is an ART; Monuments, Memory, and Loss; African Variety Show; Lake Champlain International; Education Funding

November 30, 2021

Thank You for Supporting Community Media!

Today is #GivingTuesday and we hope you'll consider making a gift to CCTV & Town Meeting TV! Your support -- today and every day -- helps us maintain the continuity of local democracy, educate the next generation of media savvy citizens, and protect our local history.

Thank you for watching and for all you do to help us build community through local media!


Eden SternDemocracy is an ART! Online Auction & Holiday Party -- Thursday, December 16th
With COVID cases continuing to rise, we've decided to host this year's holiday party via Zoom. But that doesn't mean it won't be fun! Please join us to celebrate the season, hear a little about our plans for 2022 -- and -- place bids on original art and other items to benefit CCTV. In the meantime, keep an eye on our Facebook Page to view and begin bidding on auction items! We'll share Zoom coordinates and more details soon. 

Education and Enrichment for Everyone: Monuments, Memory and Loss in the American Cityscape
Kelley Helmstutler Di Dio, Professor of Art History and Associate Dean of UVM's College of Arts and Sciences, shares her thoughts about the role of public sculpture in the United States and discusses issues related to preservation and protests.

Watch additional Education and Enrichment for Everyone presentations.

Trusted Community Voices Outreach Team and Vermont Professional of Color Network
CEDO's Phet Keomanyvanh talks about the Trusted Community Voices (TCV) and Vermont Professionals of Color Network initiatives that enhance community engagement efforts for Burlington residents and help BIPOC Vermonters succeed personally and professionally.

The African Variety Show is a new series hosted in multiple languages by Dr. Jules Wetchi. Learn more and watch it here

Positively Vermont: Lake Champlain International 
Dennis McMahon interviews Elizabeth Ehlers from Lake Champlain International, a local nonprofit that addresses the many issues facing Lake Champlain. 

Each month, Positively Vermont host Dennis McMahon gives us a closer look the lives and work of people in our community. View the series here.

Montpelier Happy Hour: Pulling the Many Threads of Vermont's Education Funding System
Rep. Emilie Kornheiser provides an update on a task force charged with developing an action plan for implementing recommendations around how Vermont funds education. The task force will deliver its report to the Legislature in December. 

This program originally aired on BCTV in Brattleboro and was downloaded from the Vermont Media Exchange. 

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