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Default 01/13/2014 Ariel Sharon's Legacy: Hero or Criminal
A look at Ariel Sharon's legacy and what his actions and policies means for Lebanon and Palestine
Default 01/10/2014 Aaron Schwartz: 1yr Anniversary of Death
Artist BAMN (By Any Means Necessary) Marks Anniversary with Graffiti on <i>Thoughtworks</i>Office.
Default 01/09/2014 How A Small-Time Marijuana Arrest Has Devastated A Great Teacher’s Life
Think that pot is heading toward legalization? Not in New York City, where police are cracking down on marijuana possession. These arrests are devastating lives. This is the story of what happened to one beloved public school teacher.
Default 01/08/2014 Fallujah Threatened - Again
<i>"'It became necessary to destroy the town to save it,'"</i> U.S. Army Major after attack on Vietnamese city of Ben Tre. (1968). Equally applicable to the U.S. destruction of Fallujah in Iraq (2004). Now 2014 U.S. fuels new attack on Fallujah.
Default 01/02/2014 Tarek and John Say Hi
Filmmaker and Deep Dish TV producer John Greyson and emergency room doctor, Tarek Loubani were released from Tora prison on Saturday and are on their way to Toronto now! Here is their first statement after being released from detention.
Default 12/06/2013 Remembering Nelson Mandela: From Freedom Fighter to Political Prisoner to South African President
Across South Africa and around the world today, people are mourning the loss of Nelson Mandela.
Default 11/22/2013 Breaking News: Jury Awards Haitian Photographer Daniel Morel $1.2 Million in Damages from AFP, Getty Images For Wilful Infringement of Copyright
Jury awards photographer $1.2 Million from AFP and Getty for using Haiti photo from Twitter without permission
Default 11/15/2013 PLEASE READ: Jeremy Hammond's Sentencing Statement
Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison, Jeremy Hammond Uses Allocution to Give Consequential Statement Highlighting Global Criminal Exploits by FBI Handlers
Default 11/13/2013 No Charges Filed After White Man Kills Detroit Teen Renisha McBride
Anger is growing in the Detroit area over the killing of Renisha McBride, a 19-year-old African-American woman who was shot dead by a white homeowner on his front porch. Her family says she died as she was seeking help after a car accident.
Default 10/24/2013 Project Y.E.A.H. Summer 2013
Young Empowered Artists of Harlem, or Y.E.A.H., located on 126th Street, is a project aimed at tackling the problem of violence through the power of art. This video by Raelene Holmes-Andrews and the Waves of Change Harlem Interns documents Y.E.A.H.'s creative workshop against violence in West Harlem.
Default 10/21/2013 Taksim Commune Playing on Free Speech TV OCT 28 - NOV 4
Global Uprisings latest film, Taksim Commune: Gezi Park and the Uprising in Turkey, will play on Free Speech TV beginning next week. TUNE IN!
Default 10/21/2013 Thank you to our supporters - THE GAZA MONO-LOGUES is funded! We are continuing to raise funds to distribute this film even wider. Please make a donation today!
The Gaza Mono-Logues were written by 33 young people who survived the 2008-2009 Israeli attack on Gaza. Deep Dish TV filmed these performances. We are raising funds now to edit and distribute the film.
Default 10/17/2013 WHERE SHOULD THE BIRDS FLY NOW AVAILABLE FOR DVD DISTRIBUTION
Please visit whereshouldthebirdsfly.org for information on how to purchase the film.
Default 10/14/2013 Montclair State University's Film Forum Presents Liza Bear - Experimental Filmmaker and Photographer
Liza Béar will be presenting at Montclair University TOMORROW TUES, OCT 14 from 7-930PM. The event is free and open to the public. Please come to the event and share with your networks!
Default 10/11/2013 WikiLeaks Releases Fifth Estate Challenger: Mediastan - A WikiLeaks Road Movie
The release of MEDIASTAN is timed to challenge the UK opening today of THE FIFTH ESTATE - the multi-million dollar Hollywood anti-WikiLeaks movie produced by Dreamworks in collaboration with Disney. UK audiences will be able to watch MEDIASTAN online for free during The Fifth Estate’s opening weekend. For the first time ever, audiences get a behind-the-scenes insight into the world’s first truly global media event: "Operation Cablerun" : the 2011 operation during which WikiLeaks ran hundreds of thousands of secret US government cables to media outlets around the world.
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