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 Israels 2008-2009 war on Gaza. The moving story of two Palestinian young women who embody hope for the future of Palestine.

"Israel justified its war on Gaza as a retaliation fo...

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Series: The Russell Tribunal on Palestine - New York Session

On October 5th and 6th, 2012 the Russell Tribunal on Palestine held its 4th session in New York City in the Great Hall of Cooper Union. Previous sessions were held in London, Barcelona and Cape Town. The New York session focused on the complicity of the United States and the United Nations in Isr...

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Program: The Gaza Monologues

Because the sound of life is louder than the roar of bombing and higher than the will of destruction and isolation, the Gaza Mono-Logues are a living expression of hope in the face of pain.
- Iman Aoun, Artistic Director of The Gaza Mono-Logues

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Project: Green Screen - Community Gardens

In Summer 2014 Deep Dish TV's Waves of Change project
recruited and trained 7 young women , in a media project that focused on the positive use of green spaces in community gardens in West Harlem, NY City. The project tells some of the untold stories...

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Program: 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: Stop Israel’s Ongoing War Crimes Against the People of Gaza

On August 14, 2014 an assembly was held in the Great Hall of New York's Cooper Union to underscore reality of what Israel's Operation "Protective Edge" did to the people of Gaza, and why this rose to the level of "war crimes." Speakers exposed the role of the United States in fully backing Israe...

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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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Series: Chronicles of a Refugee

Chronicles Of A Refugee is a 6-part documentary series that looks at the Palestinian refugee experience over the last 60 years in its global context.

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