Falmouth - In their ongoing effort to foster dialogue and work to educate our community on issues of racial justice, Falmouth Community Television (FCTV) presents the second in a series of programs entitled THE Conversation. Co-hosted and co-produced by The Rev. Will Mebane and Onjalé Scott Price, the series offers 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. Joining the co-hosts for the second episode of THE Conversation are guest panelists Sandra Faiman-Silva, Meghan Hanawalt, and Carmina Mock. Also appearing on the program are Gabriel Duran, George Liles, and Donna Jackson. This edition of THE Conversation focuses on two topics, “When you hear the term ‘White Privilege,’ what does that mean to you?” and “Why do you think it is hard for white people to have a conversation about racism?” Sandra Faiman-Silva has lived in Falmouth since 1984 and retired in 2014 as a Professor of Anthropology at Bridgewater State University where she taught for more than thirty years. Her areas of expertise include Native North America, Latin America, political economy, women’s and gender studies, race and ethnicity. Meghan Hanawalt has lived in East Falmouth since 2004. She is a town meeting member for Precinct 8, Co-chair of the Affirmative Action & Diversity Committee, Treasurer for the Falmouth League of Women Voters and one of three organizers of Racial Justice Falmouth. Born in Spain, a mother of six and grandmother of six, Carmina Mock exiled from Franco's fascist Spain to Holland in 1976 and moved to Falmouth twenty years ago. For several years she has been active in promoting women's rights and racial justice. The premiere of episode two of THE Conversation will be Sunday, September 27 at 8:00 PM on FCTV Public Channel 13. The program can also be viewed Monday, September 28 at 8:00 AM; and Wednesday, September 30 at 11:00 AM; and Friday, October 2 at 6:00 PM. 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/.