Series: The Gulf Crisis TV Project

Before the Gulf War had started, a group of producers from Deep Dish and Paper Tiger began a series to fight the rampant militarism that seemed to be leading to war. As the war ensued, this series became the only voice of media dissent, documenting the thousands who marched in protest and the many organizations who actively worked to stop it.

This series of 10 one hour programs incorporated footage from hundreds of producers in the U.S. and abroad in a media campaign that collaborated with peace activists and war resisters.

Year: 1990

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