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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Time PhillyCAM Channel 1
Overnight 
11:30 pm
HoodX TV - 27
Voted number 1 for new and exclusive Hip Hop and R&B! Submit your own video at the HOODX website By Alfonzo Malik Thomas
 
12:30 am
Tonite, Featured Artist: Joshua Nehemiah, Special Guest: Kool Jazz, Let's Vibe & Strait From The Dome Hosts: Chinchila, Matic & DJ Chill.
 
1:30 am
100 Second Film Fest - 2017
The 100-Seconds is an international celebration of culture through the language of motion media and the common constraint of 100 seconds.
 
1:57 am
PhillyCAM Year in Review - 2017
PhillyCAM looks back at the leaps and bounds of 2017 in this presentation for our Annual Member Mtg in March of 2018
 
2:03 am
Kids United Against Deportation
Honest portrayals of deportation and its impacts through the voices of these young Philadelphia leaders. Produced in collaboration with AFRICOM & and New Sanctuary Movement
 
2:24 am
El Sol Sale Para Todos
Chronicles the rapid growth of the Mexican community in the historically immigrant neighborhood of South Philadelphia.
 
3:17 am
BHeard Townhall - Breaking Down the Walls
Breaking Down the Walls on Immigration. BRIC TV hosts politicians, activists, journalists & community members to unpack difficult issues. No topic is off-limits and no viewpoint is ignored.
 
4:30 am
4:45 am
Aquí y Allá - Crossing Borders Documentary
Explores the impact of immigration in the lives of Mexican immigrant youth in South Philadelphia in connection with youth in Chihuahua, Mexico.
 
5:00 am
5:15 am
Look Forward and Carry on the Past - Stories from Philadelphia''s Chinatown
Produced by the Philadelphia Folklore Project and Asian Americans United
 
5:30 am
5:42 am
Immigrant Integration: Culture - MOIMA panel
Mayor's Office of Immigration & Multicultural Affairs Roundtable w/members of Mexican, Indonesian & Liberian community about sharing cultural traditions for integration & cross cultural understanding.
 
6:00 am
6:13 am
Refugee Looking for Sanctuary
Carmela Apolonio Hernández & her 4 children fled Mexico to the US after receiving death threats 2 yrs ago. Unable to attain legal status & facing deportation, with help from New Sanctuary Movement, they hope to reopen their case to stay
 
6:26 am
Harvey Finkle's Photography - A Call to Action
Showcase of the artist's extraordinary ability to capture grassroots movements for social, economic, political and cultural change
 
6:30 am
6:36 am
I Choose to Stay Here - Philadelphia Folklore Project
a group of people opposing the City of Phila "takings" of private homes: the little known downside of the "redevelopment" initiative.
 
6:49 am
Look Forward and Carry on the Past - Stories from Philadelphia''s Chinatown
Produced by the Philadelphia Folklore Project and Asian Americans United
 
6:57 am
Your House Is Their House (with Epilogue)
Considers civil forfeiture in Philadelphia and the class action lawsuit that has been filed in an attempt to remedy its abuses.
 
7:00 am
7:18 am
The D: Detroit Deaf Education
A deeper look into the Detroit education system reveals systematic neglect of Deaf students. This doc. delves into the words of the students, their parents and their teachers. By Facundo Element Activists
 
8:00 am
8:00 am
Phila Jazz Project Presents - Mysterious Traveler 05
Veteran & up-and-coming musicians shaping the future sounds of Phila with a sharp ear to the legacies of our past featuring Matthew Stewart
 
9:00 am
9:00 am
George Stoney Tribute - Media Edge
A video magazine produced by We the Media featuring a special tribute to the late George Stoney, Grandfather of Public Access
 
11:00 am
11:00 am
Ernestly Speaking - 19: Feminism Defined
Acclaimed multimedia journalist Ernest Owens brings his signature bold perspective on today's major issues through a pop cultural lens.
 
11:30 am
11:30 am
Andrew Mazzone and Dr. Charles Murray discuss the welfare state in America and economic inequality.
 
12:00 pm
12:00 pm
Phila Jazz Project Presents - Mysterious Traveler 06
Veteran & up-and-coming musicians shaping the future sounds of Phila with a sharp ear to the legacies of our past featuring Howard Tucker
 
1:00 pm
1:00 pm
National Gallery of Art - 02: George Bellows
Educational videos covering a range of topics from ancient art to the twentieth century and studies of individual artists
 
1:28 pm
Shirley Road Productions - Three Documentaries
Project H.O.M.E, After Sunday & An Angel in the Village
 
3:00 pm
3:15 pm
10 Short Documentaries - About My Childhood Home
by Dorothea Braemer
 
3:25 pm
Keep Ya Head Up - Global Action Project 1
Stories of two youth addressing impact of policing & surveillance on young immigrant & black communities in NYC raises awareness about how to fight back against Islamophobia and racism in schools, on the streets & in City policy.
 
3:30 pm
3:43 pm
Over Stigmatized - Global Action Project 2
Created by & for trans, gender non-conforming, non-binary & allies this thriller tackles the epidemic of transphobic violence & the silence around the murders of trans women.
 
4:00 pm
4:06 pm
Right to Act - Global Action Project 3
Raising awareness about the epidemic of NYPD's unlawful & deceptive searches of young people of color & supporting the Right to Know Act to create transparency & accountability in everyday interactions between the NYPD & the public.
 
4:15 pm
Breaking the Pipeline - Global Action Project
A collaborative project calling for restorative justice as an alternative method to unjust zero tolerance policies and over-policing that students face every day in NYC public schools.
 
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
Democracy Now! - DN! Tuesday, June 19, 2018
 
5:30 pm
5:30 pm
A Vision Entertainment - with Tommy Slaughta 03
Today's guests are, Filmmakers, Angelique Marshall and Floyd Marshall to talk about their upcoming projects, and Rap Artist 1600Leem.
 
6:00 pm
6:00 pm
Delaware Valley Music - Showcase 07
Are you tired of the music contest shows how about artist that play for the of of music. Tonight we present the show addition you meet the artist now we showcase songs.
 
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
Moonstone Arts Presents: - Philly Loves Poetry 18
Featuring The Music of Poetry, The Poetry of Music with Elliott Levin & Friends. Hosted by Charles S. Carr.
 
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
The Job Man Caravan - 68
Part one of a visit to the Source Of Knowledge book store on Broad st in Newark N.J. where Dr. Leonard Jeffries speaks on black unity and the Black Panther movie
 
8:30 pm
8:30 pm
Democracy Now! - DN! Tuesday, June 19, 2018
 
9:30 pm
9:30 pm
Tonight's guests are Ishmael, Theodor Herzl & Ralph Bunche. Tune in as these historical personalities discuss Middle Eastern policy and Western politics. Part 2
 
10:00 pm
10:00 pm
Elona Washington sits down with Victoria Valentino, songwriter, RN nurse trainer & one of many women who've accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault. Trigger Warning: If you need to talk to someone, contact RAINN at 800-656-HOPE
 
10:30 pm
10:30 pm
MagzFM TV - 03
Serves to present the most 'under the radar' music, discovered or reconnected with during the week. A document of various aspects of our search. Enjoy
 
11:00 pm
11:00 pm
Comedy & Music Show. Host Dennis Morgillo mixes his encyclopedic knowledge of humor with incredible comedic timing plus a weird & hysterical look at the world. Round it all out with a team of great characters. This is the funniest show on TV !
 
11:30 pm
11:30 pm
Mausoleum Party - 11
A wild wedding-themed party featuring performances by Underdog Lady, Bill Apter, The Legendary Wid, and more!