November 2015

Race on Main

Brothers Scott and Stuart Race interview persons of interest about Main Street Issues

Tuesdays at 11:30am

Generation Next Talent Show & Interview

Showcasing Youth expressing themselves through their passion,  doing what they love to do most to gain exposure

Talking about how youth can do anything they put their mind to & giving thanks to everyone who helped support the Philly Talent Extravaganza

Sundays at 9:30pm in December

REMINDER 2015: Celebrating LGBT Culture

Curators and organizers discuss a city wide program to promote LGBT history, art and culture, organized by William Way Community Center in collaboration with 7 partner organizations.

REMINDER 2015 Partners:

African American Museum

Independence National Historic Park

Library Company

National Museum of American Jewish History

Taller Puertorriqueño

William Way

Free Library of Philadelphia

National Constitution Center

Saturdays at 8:30pm in December

Liberty Resources Transition to Freedom

The Transition to Nursing Home Program provides assistance to people with disabilities who wish to transition out of costly & isolating nursing homes so they may live full, independent lives in their own homes in the communities they choose. 

 Saturdays at 3:20pm in December

The E-Volution Will Be Televised

This annual conference from the Teaching and Learning Collaborative features Edison Freire, Renee Hobbs and Donna Murdoch discussing education

Saturdays at 1:30pm in December


Lollilop Forest

A brother and sister have the same dream, waking up in the Lollipop Forest.

Exavier Wardlaw

Saturdays at noon in December

MMPtv Groundwork

Media Mobilizing Project presents Stories of how people change when they stand up for themselves.


Real Stories from Philadelphia’s public schools.

Mondays at 8pm

Phila Jazz Project: Frosty 2

Philadelphia Jazz Project presents Frosty 2! This cool holiday celebration is co-produced by J. Michael Harrison and features local musicians performing holiday season classics. 

 Sundays at 7:30pm in December

PABJ Monitoring Hollywood Discussion

The Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists (PABJ) will host its seventh annual Monitoring Hollywood discussion, titled, Empire, Ferguson, The N-Word:Do #BlackLivesMatter to Hollywood, the lively discourse will focus on the growth of the;#BlackLivesMatter movement and the spotlight it places on police brutality in the Black community. Has Hollywood caught on to its meaning? In addition, Fox's Empire is the hottest show on television and will begin its second season Sept. 24. Is the show helping or hurting the image of Black Americans? Finally, the usage of the “N-word” has grown in popularity. Have we reached a point where it's permissible for the word to be used casually in film and the small screen?


Mondays at 1pm in December