Program: Mumia Abu Jamal: Giving a Face to the Death Penalty

Mumia Abu Jamal, a respected journalist, was convicted in of killing a Philadelphia policeman in a trial that most observers say was a gross miscarriage of justice, filled with blatant racism and misconduct by the judge and prosecution, Mumia Abu-Jamal was on Death Row for over 30 years. A federa...

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Program: Death Row Notebook

This program examines the background and case of Mumia Abu Jamal, the Philadelphia journalist imprisoned for the alleged murder of a Philadelphia policeman. Includes an interview with Mumia from prison.

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Program: In Al Nasassra

This is the story of a civilian family whose house was hit by an Israeli rocket in the town of Al Nasassra, Gaza during "Operation Pillar of Defense", in November of 2012.

Video from the December 2012 International delegation to Gaza.
Filmed by: Eva Lewis and Johnny Barber
Edited by: Eva Lewis

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Program: Imperial Geography - Palestine/Israel

A look at the maps of Palestine over the decades provides insight into the conflict that has roiled the Middle East for more than sixty years. "Imperial Geography - Palestine and Israel" examines the role of the imperial powers, the European and American map makers, who set up the horrors that ha...

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Program: Millions for Mumia

On the case of the imprisoned writer and radio producer, Mumia Abu-Jamal.

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Program: Justice On Trial

Justice on Trial by filmmakers Johanna Fernandez and Kouros Esmali, navigates the tempest of the Abu-Jamal trial by reviewing the known facts of the case. It demonstrates that the major violations in the Abu-Jamal case -- judicial bias, prosecutorial misconduct, racial discrimination in jury s...

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  • LAPD Murder Inc. Division Kills Another Black Man

    Another validation: Black person killed by cops, security guards or vigilantes every 28 Hours"

  • 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

  • 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."

  • 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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