CAN TV Schedule

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  • CAN TV 19
  • CAN TV 21
  • CAN TV 27
  • CAN TV 36
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12:00 am

Thread the Needle

Educational

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1:00 am

Unity In Diversity, C'est La Vie

Educational

This episode showcases a fashion show on Mother's Day.

2:00 am

IMPACT Tele-Info

Educational

Economist and Financial Educator Emerson Douyon speaks about the importance and role of communication in our lives.

2:30 am

Hard Lens Media

Educational

On this episode of HLM, Kit Cabello interviews Winston Apple and discusses Missouri Citizen ballot initiatives.

3:00 am

Quantum Cryptography

Educational

On this episode, we talk about random number generators and why we should care.

3:30 am

The Eva M. Kennedy Show

Educational

Taijun Waters of Selah Freedom organization discusses human trafficking in the U.S. and specifically in the Chicago region,

4:30 am

R.O.C. Restore Our Communities:

Educational

Host Wanda P. talks with Dr. Valentina Pacheco-Cornejo, Psychologist focusing in Child Therapy, Family Counseling, Marriage Counseling, Bilingual Counseling.

5:00 am

The Bradley Report

Educational

Host Wallace 'Gator' Bradley discusses changes in government and the increase of immigrants coming to Chicago.

5:30 am

Advocates For Change

Educational

Host Caroline Schoenberger speaks with Baltazar Enrique about advocating for more green spaces in low-income communities.

6:00 am

Family Credit Management

Educational

In this episode, financial counselor Tish Griffin discusses tax season and the resources provided by IRS online for individuals and business.

6:30 am

Speak Your Peace

Educational

Memory Pines speaks with Andre Smith, CEO of Chicago Against Violence, and Jasper, Above and Beyond Intern, about the community resources for people who are looking to rebuild and reenter their communities.

7:00 am

Grand Boulevard Coalition

Educational

In this episode, Cynthia Alvarez speaks with social worker intern Simone Sanders about her background and work with the Chicago Area Project.

7:30 am

Major Taylor Trail Keepers

Educational

Host, Brenda Dixon, welcomes Alderman Ronnie L. Mosley to speak to about his work in the 21st Ward community.

8:00 am

Universal Family Connection

Educational

Health Educator, Ololade Ademosu, talks about Women's History Month, the impact of HIV on women, and community resources for HIV/AIDS prevention

8:30 am

Clerk in the County

Educational

Robyn Page, Chief Deputy Clerk of Domestic Violence Division speaks with Emma McMullen about domestic violence cases in the courts and steps to get an order of protection.

9:00 am

Queer Lawyers Speak

Educational

Queer Lawyers Speak is presented by LAGBAC - Chicago's LGBTQ+ Bar Association. Today Adam Zebellian speaks with Raymond Rushing and Ray Koenig about being the first openly gay presidents of their bar associations.

9:30 am

Social Security Administration

Educational

Public affairs specialists, Josephine Mueller and Daniel Summer, discuss the benefits offered by the Social Security Administration.

10:00 am

Sy's Green Scene

Educational

Sharon Sy Lewis welcomes Theodora Okiro Quarles to talk about her work with EcoHealth Strategies fostering sustainable practices in Chicago.

10:30 am

ESDC Urban Canvas

Educational

Eighteenth Street Development Corporation's Jaime Garza and Peter Vale talk about the history of ESDC in Chicago's Pilsen Neighborhood, and programs and resources available to people and businesses in the area.

11:00 am

Black Star Still Rising

Educational

Host Stephen Silver Carter welcomes community advocate Michael Brummer to talk about the petition to keep a fitness center in Morgan Park.

11:30 am

A Hand Up Recovery Homes

Educational

Host Wilbert Cook has a conversation with coach and nurse educator, Evelyn Eve about living healthy, stress management and eating healthy in order to prevent mental illness and violence.

12:00 pm

Fathers Who Care

Educational

Walter Jones welcomes Fanya Burford Berry to discuss the plight of opioids and other deadly substances that are negatively impacting the quality of life of the Westside communities in Chicago.

12:30 pm

Community Pulse

Educational

Hektoen Institute of Medicine focuses on improving health and wellness in Chicago. Today's guest is Max Downham, E. D. International College of Surgeons. Learn about the International Museum of Surgical Science.

1:00 pm

Maryville Cares

Educational

Host Amy Kendal speaks with James Borishade, Executive Director & CEO of Circle Urban Ministries, to discuss the history, outlook, and transformation into the future with the organization.

1:30 pm

From the Wheelhouse

Educational

Host, Mark Stevenson, speaks with Marty Burnstein about the Great Lake Warriors and the history of tug boating.

2:00 pm

The Bradley Report

Educational

Host Wallace 'Gator' Bradley discusses changes in government and the increase of immigrants coming to Chicago.

2:30 pm

Advocates For Change

Educational

Host Caroline Schoenberger speaks with Baltazar Enrique about advocating for more green spaces in low-income communities.

3:00 pm

Family Credit Management

Educational

In this episode, financial counselor Tish Griffin discusses tax season and the resources provided by IRS online for individuals and business.

3:30 pm

Speak Your Peace

Educational

Memory Pines speaks with Andre Smith, CEO of Chicago Against Violence, and Jasper, Above and Beyond Intern, about the community resources for people who are looking to rebuild and reenter their communities.

4:00 pm

Grand Boulevard Coalition

Educational

In this episode, Cynthia Alvarez speaks with social worker intern Simone Sanders about her background and work with the Chicago Area Project.

4:30 pm

Major Taylor Trail Keepers

Educational

Host, Brenda Dixon, welcomes Alderman Ronnie L. Mosley to speak to about his work in the 21st Ward community.

5:00 pm

Universal Family Connection

Educational

Health Educator, Ololade Ademosu, talks about Women's History Month, the impact of HIV on women, and community resources for HIV/AIDS prevention

5:30 pm

Clerk in the County

Educational

Robyn Page, Chief Deputy Clerk of Domestic Violence Division speaks with Emma McMullen about domestic violence cases in the courts and steps to get an order of protection.

6:00 pm

Queer Lawyers Speak

Educational

Queer Lawyers Speak is presented by LAGBAC - Chicago's LGBTQ+ Bar Association. Today Adam Zebellian speaks with Raymond Rushing and Ray Koenig about being the first openly gay presidents of their bar associations.

6:30 pm

Social Security Administration

Educational

Public affairs specialists, Josephine Mueller and Daniel Summer, discuss the benefits offered by the Social Security Administration.

7:00 pm

Sy's Green Scene

Educational

Sharon Sy Lewis welcomes Theodora Okiro Quarles to talk about her work with EcoHealth Strategies fostering sustainable practices in Chicago.

7:30 pm

ESDC Urban Canvas

Educational

Eighteenth Street Development Corporation's Jaime Garza and Peter Vale talk about the history of ESDC in Chicago's Pilsen Neighborhood, and programs and resources available to people and businesses in the area.

8:00 pm

From Inspiration To Impact

Educational

Host Frank Avila sits down with Robert B. Johnson, retired structural engineer and STEM activist, an d Executive Director of Project Exploration.

8:30 pm

Public Affairs

Educational

For more information on this program, please visit us at www.cantv.org!

9:00 pm

Chicago Mobility Collaborative Meeting

Educational

The Chicago Mobility Collaborative (CMC) is a public forum related to walking, biking, transit, public space, mobility justice, and accessibility.

10:00 pm

Hard Lens Media

Educational

On this episode of HLM, Nick form Revolutionary Blackout Network Responds To The West and Williamson campaign.

11:15 pm

Taking it to the Streets

Educational

On this episode of Taking It to the Streets, Sharon Harper talks about diabetes and cooking lessons from your grandparents.

11:30 pm

Diversity Scholarship Foundation

Educational

Justice Jesse G. Reyes leads a discussion with Judge Tom Sianis.