Falmouth - In an effort to open dialogue and work to educate our community on issues of racial justice, Falmouth Community Television (FCTV) presents a new program entitled THE Conversation. Co-hosted and co-produced by The Rev. Will Mebane and Onjalé Scott Price, the program provides a timely dialogue on race with a local focus. Rev. Mebane is the rector of Falmouth’s St. Barnabas Episcopal Church. Ms. Scott Price is the COO of Mizar Imaging in Woods Hole, and a member of the Woods Hole Diversity Advisory Committee. Joining the co-hosts for THE Conversation’s premiere are guest panelists Robert Antonucci, Adam Subhas, and Olivia Masih White. Also appearing on the program are Sue O'Brien, Diane Jemmott, and Henry St. Julien. The inaugural program focuses on two topics, “When you hear Black Lives Matter, what does that mean to you?” and “How and why is this moment different from other periods of change?” The first episode of THE Conversation will run on FCTV Public Channel 13 on Friday, August 21 at 6:00 PM; Sunday, August 23 at 8:00 PM; Monday, August 24 at 8:00 AM; and Wednesday, August 25 at 11:00 AM. Channel 13 is also streamed live via FCTV’s website at www.fctv.org, and the program will also be available for viewing on-demand on the website, FCTV’s Facebook page, and YouTube channel. Falmouth Community Television (FCTV) is a nonprofit community media center that fosters the production and distribution of local information. FCTV provides access to training, technology, and content to encourage community dialogue, awareness, and expression. For more information about FCTV’s services, classes, programming, and events, visit www.fctv.org or the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/FalmouthCommunityTelevision/.