WATCH NOW: Happy Holidays; The Kindness Connection; Language Justice in Vermont; Stump the Chumps Farewell; Remembering Desmond Tutu
December 29, 2021
All of us at CCTV and Town Meeting TV wish you a bright holiday season and a happy and healthy 2022!
Our team is taking a well-deserved break between now and the New Year. In the meantime, we encourage you to take some time to celebrate the spirit of our community by watching some home-grown local television. (Like the Vermont American Choral Directors Association's Madrigal Festival Performance linked here and above.)
We look forward to seeing you next month!
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Language Justice in Vermont - Panel Discussion Vermont's Executive Director of Racial Equity Xusana Davis hosts a panel discussion about language justice, human rights, and how Vermont can move those conversations and efforts forward.
Featuring Odilia Romero, Co-founder/ Executive Director of Comunidades Indigenas en Liderazgo (CIELO) Thelma Gomez, Migrant Justice Leader Seema Kumar, Programs Manager, Planning and Court Services Division John Pirone, Lecturer/ Coordinator, American Sign Language Alison Segar, Vermont Language Justice Project
From the Archives: Archbishop Desmond Tutu Speaks at a Filled UVM Patrick Gymnasium Human Rights Activist and Nobel Prize Winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu speaks about Race Relations and World Peace at UVM's Patrick Gymnasium in 2005.
Archbishop Tutu passed away on December 26th at the age of 90. His words are among many important voices preserved in the CCTV Archives.
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