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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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Sunday, 12 July 2015 00:00 By Britney Schultz, Truthout In a photo taken around 1936, Aboriginal Canadians attend a school at Fort Resolution in the Northwest Territories. Canada’s Truth and...
Demonstrators holding letters to form a banner take part in a protest against the European Central Bank, in Trafalgar Square, London, over Greece’s debt repayments. (AP) Turkish filmmaker...
In the supposedly liberal San Francisco, cops and courts enforce white supremacy From: The San Francisco Chronicle June 23, 2015 by Julia Beatty “S.F. study finds big disparity in arrest rates between...
Watch Deep Dish TV’s powerful and moving documentary of Israel’s 2008-9 attack on Gaza: Where Should the Birds Fly “Balance” in UN Gaza report can’t hide massive Israeli war crimes by...
by Lee Fang The Intercept June 22, 2015 Nearly two centuries before Dylann Roof, the state of South Carolina conducted its own massacre of Emanuel AME Church members. Roof, who embraced white supremacy,...