The second episode of The Uprising is an interview with Alicia Gauvin, the Executive Director of The Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health located in Providence. She speaks with host Jennifer Siciliano about the work they do educating people about sexuality in a non-shaming environment. This episode includes a discussion about the Center’s workshop on toxic masculinity. The episode can be viewed here:
On cable access, The Uprising can be seen on Statewide InterConnect A, Channel 13 on Cox on Thursdays at 6:30 PM. In Providence area, the show can be viewed on Cox Channel 18 Tuesdays at 2 PM. People with Verizon can watch the program anywhere in the state on Channel 38 on Tuesdays at 2 PM.
Tuning in this month will get you the 4th episode with the Water Protectors: Cristina Cabrera, John Gonzalez, and Angel Lopez. They speak about their fight against the City of Providence’s plan to monetize the Providence Water Supply. Their organization can be found at Water is Life – Land and Water Sovereignty Campaign.
If you missed The Upsing #1 with Providence City Councilors Mary Kay Harris (Ward 11) and Rachel Miller (Ward 13) you can watch it here: