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December 2014

Dan & Friends

Philadelphia's first late night comedy show! Host Dan Coyle and featuring all his funny haha comedy friends. Exploring Philly in a way no one would dare.

Tuesdays at 12am

ALL Entertainment LIVE!

The televised version of a broadcast radio show serving metropolitan Philadelphia on WNJC 1360 AM. Produced by  Jerry Hand

Saturdays at 12am

Reflections on Ferguson

PhillyCAM members express their views about media coverage and events in response to current social injustices. With Host Ini Ikpe

Tuesdays at noon in January 

Karmic Choices

Author Djuna Wojton shares how karmic choices can help you make decisions for enduring joy.

 

Tuesdays at 5:30pm in January

City Sessions: Gentrification, Integration and Equity

How can we make Philadelphia a more economically integrated, accessible and livable city for all? Explore how Philadelphia and other cities are addressing this important question through transit, housing and other infrastructure projects.

 

Mondays at 1pm in January/February

 

Next City With Host Sabrina Vourvoulias, Managing Editor of AL DÍA News

& panel: 

Ingrid Gould Ellen, Paulette Goddard Professor of Urban Policy and Planning, NYU

Eric Grimes, co-founder, AAKT (Action, Advocacy, Knowledge, & Training) Concepts for Social Justice and Community Development

Kira Strong, Vice President of Community and Economic Development, People's Emergency Center

Jennifer I. Rodríguez, Executive Director, Mayor’s Office of Immigrant and Multicultural Affairs for the City of Philadelphia

Brought to you by Next City, in partnership with 900AM-WURDAL DÍA News and PhillyCAM with the support of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

PAAFF PRESENTS:

Asian Hip Hop Connection Panel  (plus a  Cooking Demo with Chef Poon)

 

Fridays at noon in Jan/Feb

 

PAAFF Presents: Reflections on the Evolution of Asian Cultural Influences in the Hip Hop Community. 
The discussion covers the influence of Asian cinema, culture and ethos on hip hop, the roots of hip hop from Black culture, its cross over to other groups of color and it's existing racial divide between those communities, the exoticization of) women, and transcending the notions of a 'model minority'. This panel is dedicated to Fred Ho (1957-2014). 
The panel features:
Jeff Chang: Scholar and writer of 'Can't Stop, Won't Stop' and now releasing 'Who We Be: The Colorization of America.'
Scott Chops Jung: Producer and rapper formerly for the Mountain Brothers. 
DJ Rekha Malhotra- DJ and creator of the Basement Bhangra scene.
Skeme Richards - DJ and creator of hotpeasandbutta.com member of the RockSteady Crew