The Upper Valley's Community Access Media Center
August 9, 2021 Weekly Highlights
CATV On-Demand offers high-quality, locally-produced programs to help you access community through media.
How can the criminal legal system achieve healing rather than inflict more pain? Robert Sands with guest Sister Helen Prejean (author, Dead Man Walking) in contemplation of Restorative Justice questions: Who was harmed? And what do they need?
Five members of the VT Land Trust forestry team dish the dirt on needles, bark, teeth, and lobes.

What does "freedom of speech" really mean? VT Law School Prof. Peter Teachout offers answers.
The band Sixties Invasion shakes up Plymouth, NH with renditions of “Pretty Woman,” “Gloria,” “Wooly Bully,” “Twist and Shout,” and “Doo Wah Diddy Diddy.”
The free Nexus Music & Arts Festival is coming to Lebanon, NH in Colburn Park, the pedestrian mall, and the revitalized rail trail tunnel with outdoor music performances alongside displays of public art and al fresco dining—flashes of creativity and community at every turn!
CATV producer Thomas Bishop continues to work with towns and school boards to support evolving formats for in-person, remote livestream, and live broadcast public meetings – often all at the same time!
This year marks 20 years since the events of 9/11. To honor that day, its victims, and their loved ones, CATV welcomes you to participate in a video memoir project, sharing your memories to create a community historical record. These brief local video memoirs will air on CATV this September 11. For more info or to participate, contact producer George Spencer at george@catv8.org
CATV supports lifelong learning to engage the tools of media for individual and community expression in the Upper Valley.
CATV's team also covers local community events, government, and school board meetings for cable and streaming. Contact us to get involved!
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