Project: Green Screen - Community Gardens

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In Summer 2014 Deep Dish TV's Waves of Change project
recruited and trained 7 young women , in a media project that focused on the positive use...

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Program: 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 much of the memory and culture of Iraq,

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Program: Left Forum 2012 US-Israel War Moves Against Iran – What’s Going On, Our Responsibility to Resist with Larry Everest

Larry Everest speaks at a Left Forum 2012 panel on the U.S.-Israeli Coalition against Iran, and what dangers it poses for world peace.

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Program: Left Forum 2012 US-Israel War Moves Against Iran – What’s Going On, Our Responsibility to Resist with Leila Zand

Leila Zand speaks at a Left Forum 2012 panel on the U.S.-Israeli Coalition against Iran, and what dangers it poses for world peace.

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Program: Left Forum 2012 US-Israel War Moves Against Iran – What’s Going On, Our Responsibility to Resist with Michael Klare

Michael Klare speaks at a Left Forum 2012 panel on the U.S.-Israeli Coalition against Iran, and what dangers it poses for world peace.

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Program: Conversations in Tehran

A film by Persheng Vaziri
Will the United States attack Iran? This film explores the views of diverse Iranians in Tehran.

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Program: Arundhati Roy on Kashmir - Interview with David Barsamian

Alternative Radio's David Barsamian and author Arundhati Roy discuss Pakistan, the Kashmir conflict, and the Pakistani military.

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DDTV News

  • Sonia Sanchez on Love and Liberation

    Excerpt from Poet / Activist Sonia Sanchez of the Black Arts Movement: Remembering Malcolm X presentation at the I Love Malcolm Valentine's Day celebration

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  • Right Wing "Prison Reform" Juggernaut

    One hundred and thirty years ago, Frederick Douglass described "the general disposition in this country to impute crime to color." Fifty years ago, Malcolm X spoke of how the Black community "has been projected as a community of criminals."

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  • Homeward Bound at Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid :: Feb 11 - July 13, 2015

    At the height of the housing crisis in 1988, a group of homeless New Yorkers (many of them with jobs) set up camp in City Hall Park for several months, forming an organization called Homeward Bound Community Services. Liza Béar's short filmic portrait of the camp, Homeward Bound, 12:30, 1989, is being screened at the Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid as part of a survey show, Not Yet: Reinventing the Documentary and a Critique of Modernism. It opened February 11th and will be on view through July.

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  • "We are the criminals in the war. We have committed more war crimes almost than any nation in the world." - Martin Luther King

    On February 4, 1968 Martin Luther King delivered a sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta GA which he co-pastored with his father. In the sermon titled "The Drum Major Instinct" he called out U.S. ambitions to global supremacy. Ten months earlier he had delivered his denunciation of the Vietnam War at New York's Riverside Church. One year to the day after he delivered that speech and two months to the day after the Ebenezer sermon, he was assassinated. Read an excerpt from that sermon.

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Featured Videos

  • Channels of War

    The mainstream television networks have fanned the flames of war, and have profited from doing so. This program looks at how the U.S. corporate media has sanitized our field of vision.

    Topics: Iraq War
  • Christine Chinkin - Human Security in Iraq - World Tribunal on Iraq - June 2005

    Advisor to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and member of the London Commission of Inquiry that submitted an appeal to the International Criminal Court (ICC) against Tony Blair and members of the UK government that...

    Topics: Iraq War
  • Leave The Oil In The Soil-Leave the Coal in the Hole.

    Opening session of the Left Forum 2012. Intro remarks by Stanley Aronowitz and presentation by Nnimmo Bassey, Execuitive Director of Environmental Rights Action in Nigeria and Chair of Friends of the Earth International

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