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

The Panel discusses the unfair treatment of blacks in America.

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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: If You Get There Before I Do, Tell All My Friends I'm Coming Too

New York, November 25 & December 4, 2014--Spontaneous street reactions to the non-indictment Grand Jury verdicts in the cases of Ferguson's Michael Brown, 18, and Staten Island's Eric Garner, 43, both unarmed, who both died through the use of deadly force police. In neither instance was a charge...

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Program: Indict the System:NYC Nov 24th

On November 24th, 2014, New Yorkers waited in solidarity with communities in Ferguson and across the country for the grand jury decision to indict police officer Darren Wilson for the death of unarmed 18 year old Michael Brown. When the news of no indictment was finally released, people took to ...

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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: 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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  • Waiting for Fahd: One Family's Hope for Life Beyond Guantánamo

    “Waiting for Fahd,” tells the story of Center for Constitutional Rights' client Fahd Ghazy, a Yemeni national unlawfully detained at Guantánamo since he was 17 and who is now 30.

  • Positive Force - More Than A Witness

    New film by Deep Dish TV colleague Robin Bell premiers in New York, Anthology Film Archive December 19th. DC Punk Activist film. Be sure to check it out!

  • "Unless you are free, the machine will be prevented from working at all"

    "There's a time when the operation of the machine becomes so odious, makes you so sick at heart that you can't take part! You can't even passively take part! And you've got to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels, upon the levers, upon all the apparatus -- and you've got to make it stop! And you've got to indicate to the people who run it, to the people who own it -- that unless you're free the machine will be prevented from working at all!!' --MARIO SAVIO, December 2, 1964.

  • 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.


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