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Deep Dish TV’s 30th Anniversary Celebration!

Join us on December 2nd to celebrate DDTV’s 30th Anniversary

with Amy Goodman, David Barsamian, DeeDee Halleck, Kali Akuno, Laura Flanders and an invocation by

Reverend Billy & The Stop Shopping Choir.

 

DDTV-30th-anniversary

To purchase tickets, please visit: http://bit.ly/2gKlKjx

To register for the auction, please visit: http://www.benefitevents.com/auctions/DDTV/

 

Friday, December 2nd
6-10pm
All Souls Church
1157 Lexington Ave (@80th St)
New York, NY 10075

 

Tax deductible donation: $75 per person (http://bit.ly/2fQPW8H)

*Ticket prices include dinner/beverages.

Space is limited. Please reserve right away!

Students and Former Deep Dish TV volunteers: $30 (upon request)

Can’t make it or would like to donate more? (http://bit.ly/2farKOX)

If you are able to contribute more, or cannot attend please consider making a donation in honor of this special occasion. Your support will allow us to continue working with independent media artists in order to bring you coverage of important social movements struggling for a more just and sustainable world.

REGISTER TODAY FOR THE ONLINE AUCTION!
http://www.benefitevents.com/auctions/DDTV/
Open NOW!
Ends December 2nd @10pm

Deep Dish TV was the first national grassroots satellite TV network. It is a hub linking thousands of artists, independent video-makers, and social activists. In the last three decades, Deep Dish TV has become a laboratory for new, democratic and empowering ways to make and distribute video. Utilizing television and the internet for distribution, DDTV has dedicated itself to addressing issues of social and economic injustice that are often ignored or misrepresented by corporate media. DDTV has distributed over 40 series and 500+ hours of programming. We are committed to documenting battles for social and economic justice.

The work of Deep Dish TV is needed now more than ever!

Our series on health care, globalization, LGBTQI rights, the Middle East, imperialism, and racism were not only crucial when produced, these are still relevant key battle grounds today.

Please support our future work by reserving your seat right away!

Click HERE to view the event on facebook.

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