Program: Danny Schechter The News Dissector (1942 - 2015)

Danny Schechter was a close personal friend and a good friend of Deep Dish TV. In February 2014 he presented and led a discussion on South Africa and Mandela's death at one of Deep Dish TV's monthly Salons.

Such a wonderful contributing life, so vital, so engaged. After the pain of losing an e...

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