On March 7, 2017, the YWCA of Central Massachusetts, with
keynote speaker, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, celebrated an
International Women’s Day event at the YWCA building at 1 Salem Square.
International Women’s Day is a worldwide event celebrating the achievements of
women while calling for greater equality. In addition to Healey’s speech,
WCCA TV volunteer Cynthia LaPan interviewed the Attorney General as well as the
following organizers or participants: Joyce McNickles, Social Justice and
Diversity Educator; Maritza Cruz, Director of Racial & Gender Equity at the
YWCA of Central Massachusetts; Debbie Hall, YWCA Board Member; Nerissa
Harper-Ketter, YWCA Board Member; Chris Robarge, Central Massachusetts Field
Coordinator of the ACLU; and Rosemary Naughton, Assistant Dean of Student
Affairs at Worcester State University.
To Keep programs like this on television please make a donation to WCCA TV. You can donate online at www.wccatv.com/donate or by mailing in a check to WCCA TV, 415 Main St., Worcester MA, 01608. Any support would be greatly appreciated.
As you know, WCCA TV, and our members, do important work here in the community. We not only provide, with your help, access to locally and community-member produced television programs, we offer workshops and youth training programs as well. Furthermore, we help many other community service and non-profit organizations throughout the Worcester area get information out to a broad audience via our cable television station, online video content, and video production services.
On March 9th our sign was blown down and beat-up by the wind, and our marquee was put out of commission due to torn lines. We have limited funding from the City to cover the operation of our organization, and although we appreciate what the city provides, it is not enough to do everything that is needed for our community and community producers.
So, I’m writing to ask if you could help us with a donation to repair and replace our sign. We hope to replace it with something better and brighter as the old sign was reflective of a different time. Any amount you can provide would be helpful. You can mail us a check, donate online at www.wccatv.com/donate, or call to donate at 508-755-1880.
Thank you, Joseph S. Townsend — Development Manager
WCCA TV offices, classes, and studio will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, March 15, 2017, due to the snow storm. You can, still, watch WCCA TV on Television and online. So, it seems like a good day to drink some hot cocoa and watch your favorite WCCA TV program!!
WCCA TV offices, classes, and studio will be closed tomorrow, March 14, 2017, due to the impending snow storm. You can, still, watch WCCA TV on Television and online. So, it seems like a good day to drink some hot cocoa and watch your favorite WCCA TV program!!
WPS announced they will be closed on Tuesday due to severe winter storm. So too will WCCA TV studio, intern, workshops, youth media, and offices. Be safe.
Watch all your favorite WCCA TV programs on cable channel 194 or for FREE on-demand viewing at http://www.wccatv.com
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