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Monday, October 26, 2020

Time PhillyCAM Channel 1
11:32 pm
Tribbles After Dark - 13: Geek N Eat 2
Bat Tribble Len and Uncanny Tribble Ariell talk with owner of DEmilios Old World Ice Treats, Chris DEmilio about tradition, family recipes, and the various names and forms of ice treats in America.
12:03 am
Stages - by Charlese Hawkins
3 women bond over an HIV diagnosis
12:38 am
Participatory Defense Hubs - of Philadelphia
Highlighting the ways participatory defense hubs provide insight, perspective & support to those being charged & their families as they navigate the justice system.
12:46 am
Focusing on economic mobility throughout the city, Resolve asks Philadelphians what their lives would look or feel like if they didn't have to worry about money.
12:49 am
The Invitation - by Marcus Siler
Cammy is searching for something that could have changed her life. Will it be found in an invitation or will it be lost in translation causing her party to spiral down into the darkness of her longing soul.
1:25 am
Stationary on Mobile - by David Thompson
The overuse of gadgets. People are constantly in use of gadgets that sometimes it pulls them away from a necessary duties.
1:47 am
Fatherless Child - by Bridgette Holmes
Giving a voice to a large population of fatherless children who are struggling to understand themselves, this platform focuses on thinking deeply about who they are and how amazing they really can be.
1:59 am
POWER Town Hall - on Race & COVID-19
Congressional leaders Sen. Bob Casey, Rep. Madeleine Dean, Rep. Dwight Evans, Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon & Rep. Susan Wild discuss equitable policies for low income workers struggling across the Commonwealth
3:29 am
Asian American Solidarity - in response to COVID-19
Grassroots community leaders share how Phila’s Asian American community have been affected by anti Asian bias, harassment & threats of violence in the wake of the Corona Virus Crisis & how our communities are responding.
4:30 am
4:52 am
A Message from the Future - with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
A thought experiment rejecting the idea that a dystopian future is a forgone conclusion. What if we decide not to drive off the climate cliff? What if we radically change course to save our habitat & ourselves? Illustrated by Molly Crabapple
4:59 am
Butterfly Town, USA - by Concentric Media
Citizens in a CA community working together to protect a Butterfly Sanctuary disagree about how to best take care of this habitat at a time when climate change, deforestation & pesticides are decimating the Monarch population.
5:30 am
5:30 am
PhillyCAM Town Square - Pandemic 2020
Gabe Castro talks with members about their experiences during the COVID-19 Pandemic, how they're staying healthy and creative as well as what they hope society learns from this.
6:30 am
6:30 am
National Gallery of Art - 6A: Leonardo to Jasper Johns
Educational videos covering a range of topics from ancient art to the twentieth century and studies of individual artists featuring: Drawing in Silver & Gold
6:40 am
National Gallery of Art - 6B: Dwan Gallery
Educational videos covering a range of topics from ancient art to the twentieth century and studies of individual artists featuring: Los Angeles to New York
7:00 am
7:07 am
Genealogy Quick Start - 05: Reunion Genealogy
How do you share family history at your reunion? Learn how to blend new technologies with traditional forums to bring your family history to life. We discuss various methods that will ensure your reunion is more than just a picnic.
7:30 am
7:37 am
Meaningful Action - Virtual Townhall
Interfaith Response to the Murder of George Floyd with Activists, Clergy and Politicians
9:00 am
9:05 am
Free Library Author Event - David Zucchino
Wilmington’s Lie: The Murderous Coup of 1898 and the Rise of White Supremacy. Contributing writer for The New York Times in conversation with Mark Bowden, most recently author of The Last Stone: A Masterpiece of Criminal Interrogation
9:30 am
9:48 am
A Stand Against Racism - PSA
Nine Belmont High School graduates and students got together to produce this timely Public Service Announcement expressing their views that It's Time To Take A Stand Against Racism.
9:55 am
Vote For Me - Revolution School
These students may be too young to vote, but they share their points of view in a series of PSA's encouraging voters to 'Vote For Me.'
10:00 am
10:01 am
Women Leaders in Law & Policy - on the Global Stage 07
Conversations explore intersection of women’s rights & disability rights, human rights with Akiko Ito, Convention on Rights of Persons with Disabilities of United Nations & Saniye Gülser Corat,Division for Gender Equality, UNESCO.
11:00 am
11:02 am
In Search of Knowledge - 31: Cassandra Lee
Cassandra Lee created Philly Jumping Jems in 2007 to help girls be healthier. Her program does more than teach girls how to jump Double Dutch. She helps them understand the value of giving back while teaching them how to jump for competition
11:30 am
11:32 am
In Search of - Missing Persons 02
Host Shirley Carter talks about homelessness, missing persons & suicide
1:00 pm
1:00 pm
The Bev Chandran Show - 01
The Up-Tick in Human and Sex Trafficking in Philly and how the awareness campaign of the Women Against Human Trafficking in Philadelphia. Jamie Gauthier City Council Member discusses 19,000 evictions
1:30 pm
1:30 pm
Interviews with: brother of a prisoner, protester at Museum of Art, more on peace
2:00 pm
2:02 pm
Poetik Blues - Produced By Karen Moore
A Sistahs's Story chronicles the blues that black women face throughout their lives through the mediums of poetry, prose, music and dance.
3:00 pm
3:01 pm
Kukatonon Peace Project - 01: Gun Violence
Reconciliation & Peace building lectures on violence prevention & mediation through the Performing & Visual Arts & Afrocentric Literacy with the Dehkontee Artists Theatre & Dr. Joseph Tomoohn-Garlodeyh Gbaba, Sr.
4:00 pm
4:01 pm
Big Picture Alliance - 04 Teen Media 2020
COmmunity VIDeo Resiliency Project. Blossom, Burn Out, From Digital Divide to Digital Equity, Voyage, This Choice is Our Voice
4:30 pm
4:31 pm
Democracy Now - DN! Monday, October 26, 2020
5:30 pm
5:30 pm
La Verdad Internacional - 11: Internet Ocean
Virtually invisible as the cloud, submarine cables, 750000 km of them, or the equivalent of three trips from the earth to the moon that make possible 99 percent of the continental internet traffic in the world.
6:00 pm
6:00 pm
Ahora Si - 21: salud mental
Personas con pensamientos suicidas con frecuencia están tratando de alejarse de una situación de la vida que parece imposible de manejar. Aprende mas del suicidio y como afecta a millones de personas.
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
Community reporters examine the local impact of politics & culture on communities with underrepresented perspectives, inspiring greater civic engagement for an empowered, equitable & just Phila
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
Scribe's Precious Places - Community History Proj. 129
2019 program 3 featuring : Norris Homes, Chinatown PCDC, Painted Bride Arts Center
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
A true Philadelphia treasure, a classically trained pianist & music educator, Gertrude E. ‘Trudy’ Pitts was a soul jazz keyboardist known for her stylings on the Hammond B3 organ. Trudy made her mark on the genre of Jazz for decades.
8:30 pm
8:30 pm
Democracy Now - DN! Monday, October 26, 2020
9:30 pm
9:30 pm
Part 2 of Adonis the Amazon. Talented rapper who retired after losing voice but found success in consulting.
10:00 pm
10:00 pm
Music videos by; Allegra,,Catali, Cravmo, Flower Child,Jay, Lodato,,Sekou Andrews & The String Theory, Jay Q, Iggy Azalea, Christafari. Sort film: Only The Ball Was White (part 1)
11:00 pm
11:00 pm
House of Secrets - 22:Pilot
House of Secrets starts the season off with the pain of losing a loved one mysteriously and a dark secret that is revealed in someone's house. In every house, there is a secret.
11:30 pm
11:30 pm
A.B. Bracewell discusses what makes a men cheat on their significant other