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For 30 years, Deep Dish has been a laboratory for new, democratic and empowering ways to make and distribute video. It is a hub linking thousands of artists, independent video makers, programmers and social activists. The network has produced and distributed over 300 hours of television series that challenge the suppression of awareness, the corruption of language, and the perversion of logic that characterizes so much of corporate media. With humor, passion, creative flair and very low budgets, Deep Dish TV artists and producers have developed provocative video series exploring issues that profoundly impact our lives.
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ROAR Magazine
03/17/2019
ROAR Magazine

ROAR Magazine

This powerful documentary provides a unique insight into the Kurdish struggle for local autonomy in southeastern Turkey, and the extremely violent state-led crackdown that followed it.

Community Resistance on the US/Mexico Border: Undeterred (Film) | NYU College of Global Public Health
02/01/2019
Community Resistance on the US/Mexico Border: Undeterred (Film) | NYU College of Global Public Health

Community Resistance on the US/Mexico Border: Undeterred (Film) | NYU College of Global Public Health

February 01 5:45-8pm Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Film Center, Theater 101, 36 E 8th St., New York, NY 10003 Please join us for a film screening of Undeterred, a documentary about community resistance in the rural border town of Arivaca, Arizona. Undeterred is an intimate and unique portrait of how resid...

Statement From Alliance of Middle Eastern Socialists In Solidarity With The Latin American Migrant Caravan Headed for th...
11/04/2018
Statement From Alliance of Middle Eastern Socialists In Solidarity With The Latin American Migrant Caravan Headed for the U.S. - Alliance of Middle Eastern Socialists

Statement From Alliance of Middle Eastern Socialists In Solidarity With The Latin American Migrant Caravan Headed for the U.S. - Alliance of Middle Eastern Socialists

This statement was read at a Los Angeles rally in solidarity with the Latin American migrant caravan on November 3, 2018. We, the Alliance of Middle Eastern Socialists, express our solidarity with the caravan of migrant/refugee families and individuals who are coming to the United States border

08/11/2018
ANTIFA (2018)

It has been one year, since the showdown in Charlottesville. As white nationalists plan on marching this weekend in Washington, DC, anti-fascists will once again take to the streets. Please share our film with people who may want to know more about the history and reasons for militant anti-fascism: https://vimeo.com/251910507
#antifa, #antifascism, #neveragain

Since the election of Donald Trump, acts of racist violence have proliferated across the United States. Racists and misogynists feel emboldened to express and act…

Step up and listen to Rebel Steps, a new independent media project.
06/29/2018
RebelSteps

Step up and listen to Rebel Steps, a new independent media project.

A new podcast about taking political action.

06/24/2018
Unicorn Riot

Unicorn Riot

Aftermath of North Minneapolis police shooting: Unicorn Riot is reporting from the site where Minneapolis police just killed a man in North Minneapolis, Thurman Blevins, who is said to be 30 or 31 years old. We are at the scene and collecting witness testimony.

An eyewitness told Unicorn Riot that Minneapolis police drove up on the victim who was sitting on the curb and tased the man. The man attempted to run away and was shot in the back multiple times by police.

Further info to be posted here: https://www.unicornriot.ninja/2018/police_kill_man_in_north_minneapolis/ . Support our work here https://www.unicornriot.ninja/support-our-work/

First Friends of NJ & NY
06/23/2018

First Friends of NJ & NY

Are you looking for ways to help families being separated by immigration detention in NJ? Here are 5 ways:

06/22/2018
Mijente

Mijente

#artivism #AbolishICE #chingalamigra #freeourfuture #shutdownsessions

A brief (fascist) history of ‘I don’t care’
06/22/2018
A brief (fascist) history of ‘I don’t care’

A brief (fascist) history of ‘I don’t care’

This article was sparked by the jacket that Melania Trump wore as she travelled to a detention camp for migrant children, but my intent isn’t to argue that she or her staff chose that jacket in order to send a coded message to the president’s far-right followers. It is, rather, to highlight some...

06/22/2018
Movimiento Cosecha

Movimiento Cosecha

Happening NOW: We're outside DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen’s house in Virginia for an early wake-up call. "If they don't let us free, we won't let them sleep"
If you want to take action, please SIGN OUR PLEDGE HERE: https://actionnetwork.org/forms/no-more-families-detained-fight-to-free-our-people
#DetentionIsSeparation #FreeOurChildren #NoJusticeNoSleep

Ahora Mismo: Estamos afura de la casa en Virginia de la secretaria de DHS,
Kirstjen Nielsen, para despertarla muy temprano. Si no hay libertad para nuestra gente, no habrá paz para ella. Si quieres tomar acción directa, firma nuestra forma de promesa aquí: https://actionnetwork.org/forms/no-more-families-detained-fight-to-free-our-people

“The youngest to come here they told us is just 9 months old,” de Blasio said. “We are talking about children who in som...
06/21/2018
De Blasio: 239 immigrant children separated at border are in East Harlem - NY Daily News

“The youngest to come here they told us is just 9 months old,” de Blasio said. “We are talking about children who in some cases can’t even communicate. Have no idea what’s happening to them with no ability to be in touch with their families.”

Eddie, a 9-year-old boy separated from his mom at the border, was sent nearly 2,000 miles on a bus to a Cayuga Centers shelter in East Harlem, Mayor de Blasio said.

Revolution News
06/21/2018

Revolution News

Trump's executive order will create a for-profit system that detains migrant families indefinitely. Full stop.

06/20/2018
Channel 4 News

Channel 4 News

President Donald J. Trump has signed an executive order ending the separation of families at the U.S. border.

Five days ago, he said it was not possible to sign an executive order ending the separation of families at the U.S. border.

06/20/2018
Metro D.C. Democratic Socialists of America

DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was eating at a Mexican restaurant...a MEXICAN restaurant when this happened. #SHAME

"If kids don't eat in peace, you don't eat in peace!"

We’re in downtown DC disrupting DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen’s dinner at MXDC. The irony isn’t lost on us that this is a Mexican restaurant. Nielsen has led the program to tear apart familes. We are here to tell her to put an end to separating families, to step down as head of the department, and that ICE and CBP must be abolished #abolishICE #abolishCBP

06/20/2018
Shaun King

Shaun King

This is a devastated Rachel Maddow upon getting the breaking news that Trump has established detention centers for babies who've been forcefully taken from their parents.

FULL STORY: apnews.com/dc0c9a5134d148…

06/19/2018
Channel 4 News

Wow. Now he is saying asylum seekers are lying.

“The United States has just surpassed Germany as having the most asylum seekers of any nation on Earth.”

President Donald J. Trump defends his ‘zero tolerance’ immigration policy saying that too many asylum seekers are cheating the system.

06/19/2018
Channel 4 News

Channel 4 News

"It's very hard for most Americans to put themselves in the shoes of someone who's coming across a river escaping violence in their own country."

Photographer John Moore tells the story of a two-year-old Honduran girl separated from her mother at the U.S. border.

06/19/2018
WWII Japanese American Internment Propaganda Film "Japanese Relocation" 40854

Look how nice they make it sound. Listen to the rhetoric, "aliens", "loyalty".

Japanese Relocation (1942) is a short film produced by the U.S. Office of War Information and distributed by the War Activities Committee of the Motion Picture Industry. It is a propaganda film, justifying and explaining Japanese American internment on the West Coast during World War II. It is narrated by Milton Eisenhower.

The film starts by asserting that, while many Japanese-Americans were loyal, in early 1942 the West Coast was a potential combat zone, and the government did not know what the Japanese population would do if the US were invaded. Furthermore the film noted that there were Japanese-American communities near militarily significant sites, such as shipyards.

So, the film states, the Japanese were democratically and humanely evacuated to relocation centers in the desert. The film also states that most Japanese went voluntarily, and felt that it was a sacrifice they should make as loyal citizens.

The internment of Japanese Americans in the United States was the forced relocation and incarceration during World War II of between 110,000 and 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry who lived on the Pacific in camps in the interior of the country. Sixty-two percent of the internees were United States citizens. The U.S. government ordered the removal of Japanese Americans in 1942, shortly after Imperial Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor.

Such incarceration was applied unequally due to differing population concentrations and, more importantly, state and regional politics: more than 110,000 Japanese Americans, nearly all who lived on the West Coast, were forced into interior camps, but in Hawaii, where the 150,000-plus Japanese Americans comprised over one-third of the population, only 1,200 to 1,800 were interned. The forced relocation and incarceration has been determined to have resulted more from racism and discrimination among white people on the West Coast, rather than any military danger posed by the Japanese Americans.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt authorized the deportation and incarceration with Executive Order 9066, issued February 19, 1942, which allowed regional military commanders to designate "military areas" from which "any or all persons may be excluded." This power was used to declare that all people of Japanese ancestry were excluded from the entire West Coast, including all of California and much of Oregon, Washington and Arizona, except for those in government camps. Approximately 5,000 Japanese Americans voluntarily relocated outside the exclusion zone and some 5,500 community leaders arrested after Pearl Harbor were already in custody, but the majority of mainland Japanese Americans were evacuated (forcibly relocated) from their West Coast homes during the spring of 1942. The United States Census Bureau assisted the internment efforts by providing confidential neighborhood information on Japanese Americans. The Bureau denied its role for decades, but this was finally proven in 2007. In 1944, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the removal by ruling against Fred Korematsu's appeal for violating an exclusion order. The Court limited its decision to the validity of the exclusion orders, avoiding the issue of the incarceration of U.S. citizens with no due process.

In 1988, President Ronald Reagan signed into law the Civil Liberties Act, which apologized for the internment on behalf of the U.S. government and authorized a payment of $20,000 to each individual camp survivor. The legislation admitted that government actions were based on "race prejudice, war hysteria, and a failure of political leadership". The U.S. government eventually disbursed more than $1.6 billion in reparations to 82,219 Japanese Americans who had been interned and their heirs.

This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com

https://archive.org/details/40854JapaneseRelocation

06/18/2018
Our Revolution

Our Revolution

"Tell them that they cannot hug."

Antar Davidson worked at a migrant detention facility in Arizona until he resigned as a conscientious objector after he was told to keep young siblings from hugging while in detention. Watch below as he describes the moment that led him to resign.

Why black women's experiences of #MeToo are different
06/14/2018
Why black women's experiences of #MeToo are different

Why black women's experiences of #MeToo are different

Any movement against sexual assault must take into account historical, state-sanctioned violence against black women in the US that goes back centuries.

06/11/2018
Four Corners

Four Corners

Trump/Russia: Secrets, spies and useful idiots.

Dictionary.com FTW
05/31/2018

Dictionary.com FTW

Trump’s Right-Hand Troll
05/30/2018
Trump’s Right-Hand Troll

Trump’s Right-Hand Troll

Stephen Miller once tormented liberals at Duke. Now the president’s speechwriter and immigration enforcer is deploying the art of provocation from the White House.

05/30/2018
teleSUR English

teleSUR English

The rise in demand for Avocados is increasing the violation of water rights in Latin America.

https://www.azcentral.com/picture-gallery/news/politics/immigration/2014/06/18/first-glimpse-of-immigrant-children-at-ho...
05/27/2018
First glimpse of immigrant children at holding facility

https://www.azcentral.com/picture-gallery/news/politics/immigration/2014/06/18/first-glimpse-of-immigrant-children-at-holding-facility/10808687/

Two female detainees sleep in a holding cell. Children are separated by age group and gender. CPB provided media tours Wednesday of two locations in Brownsville, Texas, and Nogales, that have been central to processing the more than 47,000 unaccompanied children who have entered the country illegall...

Howard Zinn 1922 - 2010
05/27/2018

Howard Zinn 1922 - 2010

"Memorial Day should be a day for putting flowers on graves and planting trees. Also, for destroying the weapons of death that endanger us more than they protect us, that waste our resources and threaten our children and grandchildren." -- Howard Zinn in the Memorial Day article that led The Boston Globe to cancel his column in 1976. Read in full here: http://bit.ly/1FF54Q2 Photo: Zinn addressing an anti-war rally on the student center steps at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, April 12, 1967. AP.

05/26/2018
Middle East Eye

This is daily life for Palestinians

These Palestinian children couldn't get home after school because Israeli soldiers closed the main entrance to their neighbourhood

05/26/2018
All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

The U.S. government is separating children as young as 53 weeks old from their parents at the border, the legal director of an Arizona immigration nonprofit tells Chris Hayes.

Watch more: https://on.msnbc.com/2J7Drbm

"The Karlsruhe Football Club was scheduled to play in Metz, France on Christmas day in 1933. The French players reported...
05/25/2018

"The Karlsruhe Football Club was scheduled to play in Metz, France on Christmas day in 1933. The French players reportedly threatened not to play the match if the Germans used the Nazi salute. The Karlsruhe players were also reportedly worried that the salute could cause fans to riot, and decided to forego the Nazi salute in order to play the match; when word reached Berlin, the team was banned from playing outside of Germany for a year. "

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/german-football-club-banned-failing-give-nazi-salute/

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