Program: Prisoners of War: Political Prisoners in the US

Week Five Hour 1
Still No Justice: Leonard Peltier: update on the Native Activist
Geronimo Pratt: An overview of the case of jailed Black Panther leader
A Conversation on Death Row: Christof Arnold interviews Mumbia Abu Jamal

Week Five Hour 2
Bobby Castillo, former control uni...

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Program: Behind the Bars

Behind the Bars: Exposing and Transforming the Prison Industrial Complex showcases four programs from the Deep Dish TV archive and a fascinating discussion with a rare gathering of prison activists, filmmakers, and media theorists, who dissect the history of grass-roots media coordi...

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Program: Bread And Puppet Theater at People's Climate March

Bread and Puppet Theater dramatizes the battle against the environmental devastation and climate impact of big oil's exploitation of the Canadian tar sands.

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Program: Left Forum 2014: Police Terrorism, Mass Incarceration and the Criminal Injustice System

The Panel explored a cold, hard, and fact‐based view into the thinking and practice of a government and a society that will spare no cost to control the lives of Black people. With Panelists: Jasiri X, Fred Hampton Jr, Minister Keith Muhammand, Cephus "Uncle Bobby" Johnson, Thenjiwe Tameika Harri...

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Program: Taksim Commune: Gezi Park And The Uprising In Turkey

Since the end of May 2013, political unrest has swept across Turkey. In Istanbul, a large part of the central Beyoglu district became a battle zone for three consecutive weeks with conflicts continuing afterward. So far five people have died and thousands have been injured...This short documentar...

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Program: Where Should The Birds Fly

The first film about Gaza made by Palestinians living the reality of Israel's siege and blockade. Filmed during Israel's 2008-2009 war on Gaza. The moving story of two young Palestinian women who embody hope for the future of Palestine.

"Israel justified its war on Gaza as a retaliation for ...

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Program: After Gezi: Erdoğan And Political Struggle In Turkey

Global Uprisings chronicles a year of resistance and repression in Turkey in the wake of last year's Gezi uprising. It looks at the continuing protests against urban redevelopment projects, police repression, and the increasingly authoritarian rule of...

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  • The Hand That Feeds

    New award winning film documents the successful struggle of undocumented immigrant workers to fight for decent wages and working conditions in a New York bakery restaurant.

  • Ferguson, State Violence and the Media

    As the nation awaits a decision from the grand jury in Ferguson, MO, activists and grassroots organizers understand that justice for Mike Brown and other victims of state violence is not only an indictment and conviction of Darren Wilson, but an indictment of the entire system. As part of the new Deep Dish TV project "The Myth of a Post-Racial America", activists discuss how racism persists during Obama's presidency, how the media is used as a tool to criminalize people of color, and how the events in Ferguson have raised the consciousness of a new generation of activists that are developing strategies to organize and fight systemic racism and oppression.

  • Healing Justice Campaign

    Project Hajra Indiegogo Campaign to fund community based work around gender justice and interpersonal violence in Muslim community in Queens New York.

  • Science Fiction Writer's Keen Insight on the NOW and the FUTURE

    I think hard times are coming, when we will be wanting the voices of writers who can see alternatives to how we live now, and can see through our fear-stricken society and its obsessive technologies, to other ways of being. And even imagine some real grounds for hope. --Ursula K. Le Guin, accepting the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters at the National Book Awards dinner


Featured Videos

  • Beyond Vietnam

    A Time To Break The Silence
    "I knew that I could never again raise my voice against the violence of the oppressed in the ghettos without having first spoken clearly to the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today -- my own gover...

    Topics: Racism, War
  • Erasing Memory

    In the wake of the U.S. invasion, the military stood by and watched the destruction of the museums and archives of Iraq, the oldest treasures of human civilization. Millennia of history were bombed, looted and destroyed, and with them mu...

    Topics: War
  • A Family's Story of Migration

    Elizbeth, a New York City high school student whose family moved from Puebla, Mexico to Queens in 2002, without papers, documents her family's experience in the U.S. Why did they come, and what did they find? This is a sampling of the so...

    Topics: Immigration Reform
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