OLLI on TV & Video
Enjoy selected OLLI classes and talks at home (or anywhere else) on your computer. We are preparing a broad selection of over ten years worth of courses and symposiums on our YouTube channel. Subscribe today!
THE POLICING OF BLACK PEOPLE IN PUBLIC SPACES:
AN OLD TREND THAT LEGISLATION HAS THE POWER TO STOP
A presentation by Roberta McCulloch-Dews, recorded on June 17, 2020
OLLI COURSES ON VIDEO
Immigration: 1965 to the Present
Thanks to a grant from Berkshire Community College's Berkshire Immigrant Stories initiative and Mass Humanities, OLLI's sold out Spring 2018 course, Immigration: 1965 to the Present, taught by retired professor Katherine Kidd, is free and available to all: click below to access them:
In addition, OLLI volunteers tape selected courses, which are then shared with local cable access stations, who broadcast them so the whole community gets a taste of the joy of learning at OLLI. Some of our many offerings include:
Nixon, taught by Stacy Wallach, J.D. Fall 2017
Contemporary Russia, taught by Katherine Kidd, Ph.D. Spring 2017
HELLO OLLI TV SHOW
OLLI also partners with students from Miss Hall’s School and Pittsfield Community Television to produce a half hour interview show called Hello OLLI. Each episode features a half hour interview with OLLI instructors on a variety of topics. Click the images below for access to each interview.