Topic: Variety & Entertainment

Wide Angle: Episode 36 – In the Presence of Flag & Anthem: A hand over the heart and taking a knee

The Black Power salute of Tommie Smith and John Carlos at the 1968 Olympics; flag burnings during the Vietnam War era: images etched into our collective memory. Add to these, perhaps, Colin Kaepernick on his knee during the national anthem, now joined by many other NFL players, as well as those from assorted sports in this country and abroad, even some outside sport altogether. This relatively simply witness has raised a number of contentious questions: Over what issues must we simply ‘agree to disagree’? Do the demands of conscience sometimes override simple decorum? And is the encouragement to “fire...

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Channel Reels AGM 2017

View the recap of ACMi’s Shows from 2017! This video was created in coordination with Arlington Community Media, Inc. in Arlington, MA. ACMi is dedicated to providing an electronic forum for the free exchange of information and ideas which reflect the talents, skills, interests, concerns, and diversity of the Arlington, Massachusetts community. To find out more visit...

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Wide Angle: Episode 35 – Affordable Housing – Web Extra

Statistics recently made available by the National Low Income Housing Coalition illuminate a distressing situation in the Commonwealth: they rank Massachusetts as having the 6th highest housing wage–requiring that those working a 40 hour week earn just over $27 per hour to afford a two-bedroom rental, or 100 hours a week working at the federal minimum wage. And the picture across the country is not much more encouraging: in only 12 counties across the 50 states can a full-time worker earning the prevailing federal or state minimum wage afford a one-bedroom rental. Joining host Peter Bermudes to discuss this...

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Wide Angle: Episode 35 – Affordable Housing

Statistics recently made available by the National Low Income Housing Coalition illuminate a distressing situation in the Commonwealth: they rank Massachusetts as having the 6th highest housing wage–requiring that those working a 40 hour week earn just over $27 per hour to afford a two-bedroom rental, or 100 hours a week working at the federal minimum wage. And the picture across the country is not much more encouraging: in only 12 counties across the 50 states can a full-time worker earning the prevailing federal or state minimum wage afford a one-bedroom rental. Joining host Peter Bermudes to discuss this...

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Studio B Sessions – Episode 6 – Gin Daisy

Gin Daisy is made up of… Jasmine Moran – guitar, flute, vocals Bryant Tow – fiddle, guitar, vocals Dan Gianotti – banjo, tenor guitar, tenor banjo, vocals Mark Stoughton – mandolin, guitar, vocals Dave Piper – bass and vocals https://www.facebook.com/GinDaisyBand/ http://gindaisy.us/ This video was created in coordination with Arlington Community Media, Inc. in Arlington, MA. ACMi is dedicated to providing an electronic forum for the free exchange of information and ideas which reflect the talents, skills, interests, concerns, and diversity of the Arlington, Massachusetts community. To find out more visit...

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