December 2015

Conversations about Employment & Disability

Sierra Group Foundation hosted a discussion on  Disability Employment by Employment Law Expert, and Advocate Jill Fisher, Esquire. Topics include how to hire, recruit, and retain workers with Disabilities, obtain financial incentives from the government, and meet diversity hiring goals.

Mondays at noon in December



A short video celebrating Philadelphia FIGHT's 25th Anniversary and their legacy of impact fighting HIV

Saturdays at noon in January


Philadelphia Jazz Project Presents: Letieres Leite & Orkestra Rumpilezz

Part 1: 

Letieres Leite & Orkestra Rumpilezz 

Live performance from Temple Performing Arts Center on their first US tour.

Park 2:

1 hour:

Letieres Leite &  Orkestra Rumpilezz  with featured guests Steve Berstein and Arturo O'Farril.

Live performance from Temple Performing Arts Center and short interview with artists.

Sundays at 7:30 in January

Blondell Reynolds Brown Leadership 101


This session with Blondell Reynolds Brown highlights  Millennial Women,  Civic Leaders, Social Entrepreneurs. Participants learn to chart  paths in respective industries to become more involved in local community 


Fit & Fierce: A Health and Wellness Workshop.  

This discussion showcases some of our city's leading health and wellness experts. Participants learn how to prioritize self-care and manage stress during the winter months.

Tuesdays at 1pm

Philly 311 TV

TV show highlighting City Government and the organizations that comprise it through interviews, FAQs, and other informational videos.

Fridays at 7:30am 

Everyone's Right to Arts & Culture

Panel includes UPenn’s Social Impact of Arts Project founder Mark Stern,  Phila’s Chief Cultural Officer Helen E. Haynes,  People’s Emergency Center’s VP of Community Economic Dev., Kira Strong. Presented by Nat’l Guild for Community Arts Ed. & Creative Phila. &  City of Phila’s Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy


Fridays at 11am in January

Mayor Elect, Jim Kenney Town Halls

Mayor Elect Jim Kenney meets with Philadelphians throughout the city to hear their issues and concerns, as he prepares for his 4-year Mayoral term.


Tuesdays at noon in January




Mayor James Kenney Inauguration Highlights at Phila. Academy of Music Featuring remarks of Council President Darrell Clarke and Mayor James Kenney.


Wednesdays at noon in January




Living the Vision with Lady G

Interactions through interviews of individuals who are living beyond themselves

Produced by Daphnee Vieux

Sundays at 5:30pm

Veterans Today

Imrana Ali  interviews  Mr. Joe Meservie a veteran who has received an Army Commendation medal. Also featuring  two Phila musicians:  Norman Lewis on saxaphone &  Louis Dennis on flute. 


Fridays at noon in January


A musical play that takes place on the planet Gayuranus,the only openly gay planet in the universe, where our lead character Hubba Bubba,flies in the face of social traditions,when she falls in love.


Saturdays at 12:30am in January

Ann Arbor Film Festival

Let’s Watch with the Ann Arbor Film Festival

Host Dana Denha sits down with filmmakers involved to get an in-depth interview about their experience with this world-renowned festival and chance to see their work that made a mark on the festival, followed by a discussion of the film.

Saturdays at 8:30pm 


Short Films from the Ann Arbor Film Festival   including Many Thousands Gone (53rd AAFF) by Ephraim Asili; The Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke (50th AAFF) by Jillian Mayer and Lucas Leyva; and Broken New: Disaster (51st AAFF) by Lori Felker, among others.

Sundays at 8:30pm in January

ReelBlack TV Special - Dick Gregory: Wisdom

Comedian/Activist/Author DICK GREGORY offers his insight on Civil Rights, The Illuminati, Black Lives Matter and Michael Jackson in this follow up to Reelblack’s DICK GREGORY: TRUTH special.

Saturdays at 9pm in January