Cultural Caravan TV presents highlights of the 2015 Community Empowerment event at MIST Harlem featuring musician, Atiba Wilson and the BEFO'QUOTET band perform.
Cultural Caravan TV presents highlights of the 2014- Teer Spirit Awards presented annually to acknowledge the work of outstanding people in our community. The program is presented by the National Black Theatre in NYC and it's CEO, Sade Lythcott. The show, hosted by Louise Dente, will feature interviews with honorees Susan Taylor, Ruben Santiago Hudson, and many more.
Cultural Caravan TV presents a spotlight on the music and career of internationally renown jazz violinist, Regina Carter. She shares rare insight into her phenomenal career as well as gives advice to aspiring musicians.
CCPTV discusses new book by Dr. Gerald Horne on the Impact of the Haitian Revolution on the US. This interview, hosted by Dr. William Seraile focuses on how the revolution impacted the West, Africans in America and US history.
Cultural Caravan TV spotlights children and their families in support of the development of our children. This episode spotlights three wonderful children. We are first introduced to 6 year old Dyllan Mckenzie who learns how to cook seafood with her granddad, Dr. William Seraile. Then we meet Harmony Divine (12 years old)who learns the importance of preserving culture through dance and spoken word with her mom, artist Tracey Viergela Pierre. Lastly, we meet Kweku Opare who learns traditional West African drumming from his dad Amoa Opare. This episode is hosted by 12 year old Olabisi Adams. It's a treat!
Part 2 of interview with James and Bessie Blake on new book entitled, James Blake and the System. In this episode, Prof. Blake talks about his meeting with the legendary, El Hajj Malik Shabazz (aka Malcolm X) as well as formative years and meeting with future wife, Dr. Bessie Blake. A must see episode!!
Cultural Caravan TV presents an interview with distinguished Columbia University Professor of History, Dr.Eric Foner as he discusses his book entitled, Gateway to Freedom: The Hidden History of the Underground Railroad, with Dr. William Seraile Prof of African and African American studies at Lehman College.
CCPTV presents an interview with award winning author, Dr. Bessie Blake and her husband Prof. James Blake. On this episode Dr. Blake will discuss and present excerpts from a new biography entitled, God's Bad Boy: James Blake and the System. This inspiring story chronicles the turbulent early life of James Blake and his ultimate triumph over adversity. A true testament to the human spirit, Please join us.
Cultural Caravan TV presents a salute to the legendary Grammy awarding winning artist, Dianne Reeves. Dianne discusses her phenomenal career and early influences, as well as provides advice for future artists.
Cultural Caravan TV presents a tribute to the legendary trailblazer, Calypso Rose. She discusses her early influences, memorable moments, and gives advice to future artists on how they can survive and thrive in the business of entertainment.
Host, Louise Dente, discusses the topic of filling the missing pages of American history with historians, Dr. Gerald Horne of the University of Houston and Dr. William Seraile, Professor Emeritus of African and African American Studies at Lehman College.
Cultural Caravan TV presents an educational field trip to learn about historic Harlem New York City with Dr. William Seraile Professor Emeritus of African and African American studies at Lehman College (CUNY). This program is hosted by Rabin Nickens. Check out our website at www.ccptv.org for information about our programs.
Cultural Caravan TV presents highlights of the Green Festival in NYC at the Javits Center, The festival focuses on environmental awareness and conservation strategies with the goal of saving our environment for generations to come. Check our website at www.ccptv.org for information on our series and programs.
"Cultural Caravan" TV presents highlights of the third annual Wofabe African Dance festival. The program features an interview with the coordinator, Karen Love, and excerpts from the featured dance troupes.
CCPTV Cultural Caravan Productions spotlights the career of veteran actor, Roscoe Orman of Sesame Street and other stage/film credits. This program also highlights Orman's one man show about the life of film comedian,Stephin Fetchit.
Cultural Caravan Productions presents a tribute to the Negro Ensemble Company (NEC) and it's Executive Director, Charles Weldon. The discussion includes a look back at an institution, founded by Douglas Turner Ward and Robert Hooks, that was a launching pad for Denzel Washington, Samuel L.Jackson, and others.
A Youth Commentary on the "N" word
Cultural Caravan presents a "Youth In Spotlight" television broadcast which features an interview with Dr.Gerald Deas on nutrition and health for children.
Published on Mar 31st, 2013
Cultural Caravan TV presents a poetry spotlight on the late,Luis Reyes Rivera. This program is in memory of a great poet, educator, author, and activist who passed on March 2, 2012. This episode was taped a few months prior to his passing. In this episode, hosted by Tony Mitchelson, Luis discusses...
Published on Mar 31st, 2013
Cultural Caravan TV interviews Aton Edwards of the Preparedness Network to discuss survival strategies in an event of a natural disaster. This is a must see to ensure that you and your family are prepared in the event of a natural catastrophe.
Published on Mar 31st, 2013
Cultural Caravan TV will present an interview with Kenneth Morris, Jr., a direct descendant of two African American history makers, Frederick Douglass and Booker T. Washington. Mr. Morris is also a co-founder of the Frederick Douglass Family Foundation ( now known as Frederick Douglass Family and...
Published on Mar 30th, 2013
CCPTV presents a 90th birthday tribute to actress Ruby Dee. This episode features highlights from a birthday tribute held at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. The program also features excepts from the documentary entitled, "Life Essentials with Ruby Dee", Produced by...
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