Here's what's new on PhillyCAM. Discover recent specials & series. Watch us online and on channels Comcast 66/966HD or Verizon Fios 29/30 in Philly
Celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Community Enrichment Fitness Network & focusing on current nutrition awareness
A program for Re Entry education, resources and job training.
Art + Tech for Social Change
PhillyCAM's monthly arts showcase features a rotating line up of presenting organizations & dynamic performance
There is a profound void in people’s values, and subsequently, drug dealers self deception with regard to selling drugs to anyone, but "someone they love"; The resulting behavior reveals a dramatic paradox for everyone to think through
The Beyond the Walls: Prison Healthcare and Reentry Summit brings together the communities that are affected by the parallel crises of HIV and mass imprisonment
The Black Male Endangered
Panel of guests & studio audience of millennials discussing the epidemic of the endangered Black Male in America & how we can address their needs to improve their quality of living in our society today.
A community memorial organized by Reconstruction Inc. developed by Philadelphia Assembled to create hope for those who have experienced deep loss due to mass incarceration.
Imagine you could talk about the events leading up to your death before your final transition. How would you feel & what would you say? These unfortunate individuals had this opportunity.
Listen & look without prejudice to their stories.
Hosted by Gregory Corbin, this "The View" style studio television broadcast features some of Philadelphia's most impactful men talking hot topics in love, dating, male vulnerability, marriage, and society.
Wilmington, Delaware based jazz sensation Anlyajazz performs 2 amazing originals from there soundtrack "Free Spirit".
Goes in depth to discuss relevant issues that deals with politics, bills and legislation in Philadelphia and in City Council. Councilman Curtis Jones, Jr. makes the hard issues easy to discuss and understood.
GAP works with young people most affected by injustice to build the knowledge, tools, and relationships needed to create media for community power, cultural expression, and political change.
Topics: Racial Justice, Prison and Policing, Gender Justice, Educational Justice, Immigrant Justice, LGBTQ, Health, Housing
After the tragic death of his close friend, Tamir Green talks about how he overcame the odds to become one of the best high school basketball players in Philly. His story has become an inspiration throughout the entire city!