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THE MYTH OF A POST-RACIAL AMERICA
A documentary series exploring the roots of anti-black racism in the United States. How can Black communities defend themselves against the deeply ingrained structures of racism? How build collective resistance and unite with people of all ethnicities to root out racism, white supremacy and dismantle the structures that seem to make it so necessary?
WHERE SHOULD THE BIRDS FLY
Where Should The Birds Fly is the first film about Gaza made by Palestinians living the reality of Israel’s siege and blockade of this tiny enclave. It is the story of two young women, Mona Samouni and Fida Qishta, survivors of Israel’s Operation Cast Lead, who show strength, humor, and hope despite the destruction surrounding them.
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Left Forum 2015 No Justice, No Peace: Confronting the Crises of Capitalism and Democracy Friday, May 29th – Sunday, May 31st John Jay College of Criminal Justice, C.U.N.Y. in NYC Live Stream of presentations:...
Ta-Nehsi Coates From The Atlantic Monthly April 27, 2015 Rioting broke out on Monday in Baltimore—an angry response to the death of Freddie Gray, a death my native city seems powerless to explain. Gray...
Of all the things that can be said about the United States’ brutal and destructive war on Vietnam, the humanitarian efforts of the American military and CIA would not be high on most knowledgable...
The U.S. soldiers and Iraqi thieves who pillaged and destroyed the ancient treasures of Iraq, the common heritage of humanity, presumably did so for personal gain, not religious fanaticism. But the objective...
Deep Dish TV invites videographers and producers throughout the U.S. collaborate in our new television / Internet series The Myth of a Post Racial America In this case the shooter appears to be a Black...