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SCCtv will broadcast a new documentary that chronicals twenty years of musical performances by Music of Remembrance.  Produced, written and narrated by our own General Manager, John Sharify, the documentary Hear Our Story Now broadcasts the next three Saturdays at 8pm, beginning October 20, at 8pm.  For more information click "Read more."

Dr. Claude Steele, Professor of Psychology at Stanford University, visited South Seattle College to discuss stereotype threat and social identity threat research, addressing the why, what and how of diverse learning communities.   For more information and to watch the discussion online, click "Read more."

Interested in what's happening in the local writing and poetry scene?  Check out SCCtv's new program Z-Sides!  The new program broadcasts new episodes on Sundays at 8:30pm, with repeats on Wednesdays at 9:00pm and Fridays at 8:00pm.  For more information on this new program, click "Read more."

With the recent passing of local television legend Stan Boreson, SCCtv presents our 2003 program "I Remember Seattle: Stan Boreson."

Long time SCCtv producer Jean Walkinshaw examines the life of her sister and artist, Peggy Strong. Jean Walkinshaw created this video to accompany the Cascadia Art Museum's exhibit "A Spirit Unbound - The Art of Peggy Strong." This special exhibit runs September 9, 2016 - January 8, 2017.