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: AIDS in Prison

Two one hour programs from the Deep Dish TV series Bars and Stripes. Part 1: Moving Interviews with four prisoners suffering from AIS. Part 2: "I'm You, You're Me": the AIDS program at Bedford Hills prison in New York + Mistreating Prisoners - Health Care In Prison

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Program: Angana Chatterji - Kashmir: Buried Evidence

Among the many issues plaguing South Asia none is as violent and deeply contested as Kashmir. The major unresolved issue of the disastrous British partition of India in 1947.

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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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  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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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    One of the major American voices of the twentieth century reads and sings his poems accompanied by bass player Donald Was and ruminates about the power of poetry and its ability to effect social change.

    Topics: Art and Politics
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    The American military in Iraq: lambs led to slaughter or centurions for the Empire? Either way, U.S. troops are locked in a deadly interaction with the people of Iraq. This program is also available with Spanish subtitles.

    Topics: War
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    Part 1 of the 10-Part "Gulf Crisis TV Project" Series. "War, Oil and Power" investigates the military and energy industries and explores the interlocking interests between the two. Features Alexandra Allen (Greenpeace), Joe Stork (Middle...

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