Program: Racism on Main Street

A hard look at racism and police brutality, surveying several U.S. cities and citing specific case studies.

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Program: Chain... Chain... Change

An hour showing youth's response to racism and marginalization. Interviews with Lynora Williams and Portland, Oregon's coalition for Human Dignity. It includes video on youth resistance to recruitment by hate organizations, and the use of music to educate and agitate for change, such as the Civil...

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Program: The Empire Strikes Out!

Part 3 of the Spigot for Bigot series, The Empire Strikes Out!, focuses on the white hate organizations themselves, their history, their tactics and their ideology.

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Program: The Fire Next Time - Town Hall New York City Nov 14,2014

"The Myth of a Post-Racial America" project's New York City Town Hall meeting - the first of a series planned for cities across the U.S.

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Program: Torn Between Colors

Students in the South Bronx examine media representations of African American and Latino youth in the wake of the Yusef Hawkins murder and the Central Park rape.

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  • Racism and the State - What Can Change and How?

    Clip from a meeting of activists and academics who gathered in Los Angeles on December 28th to discuss the issues raised by Deep Dish TV's new project on racism in America. Is racism an essential aspect of the U.S. economic and social system? What did Ferguson represent in terms of African--Americans protecting themselves and their communities? In what way do Black Lives Matter in a country that did not even recognize the humanity of Africans brought to this land as slaves?

  • WBAI Radio: The Myth of a Post-Racial America

    Conversation with Kali Akuno, director of the Deep Dish TV video series "The Myth of a Post-Racial America and Brian Drolet of Deep Dish TV, Kazembe Belagun and Michael G Haskins of WBAI Radio the Pacifica station in New York City 99.5 and

  • Is it "open season" on blacks in American?

    Jan. 23, 2015 - Kali Akuno, organizer with the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement (MXGM), and Vince Warren, Executive Director of the Center for Constitutional Rights, discuss the institutional factors that contribute to the reality of it being "open season" for blacks in America.

  • MLK Day demo demands end to police killings

    Jan. 19, 2015 - Martin Luther King Day draws thousands across U.S. against police murders of Blacks and Latinos. Union Sq. New York City "die-in" honors those slain.


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