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A compilation-style exploration of strategies for social change, focusing on protest demonstrations and other efforts to educate communities about the culture, problems and future of indigenous people.
For over a year, Deep Dish TV producers Brandon Jourdan and Marianne Maeckelburgh have been traveling through Europe, the U.S. and the Middle East documenting the unprecedented global uprisings that began with Tunisia and Egypt’s Tahrir Square and continued with Occupy Wall Street, Spain’s Indignados and the Greek rebellion. To date, they have made 12 short films in 5 countries, on a tight budget. You can view all the short films in the series here.
On November 18, 2012 an Israeli F16 fighter plane bombed the Al Dalou home in Gaza City as part of "Operation Pillar of Defense." Ten members of the Al Dalou family and two of their neighbors were killed.
According to the United Nations, during the course of the eight day "Operation Pillar of Defense", Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) struck more than 1,500 sites in Gaza. 103 Palestinian civilians were killed and 1,399 injured.
Originally calling the strike against the Al Dalou family "an incident", the IDF have changed their explanation four times. Human Rights Watch concluded that the attack on the Al Dalou family was a violation of the rules of war.
This video was shot by Deep Dish TV Producer, Eva Lewis, during the December 2012 International Delegation to Gaza.
Edited by: Eva Lewis, Habiba Alcindor
The first film about Gaza made by Palestinians living the reality of Israel's siege and blockade.
The moving story of two Palestinian young women who embody hope for the future of Palestine.
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Waves of Change is a multimedia project designed to survey community media around the world by compiling and archiving the creative use of participatory communication globally. Waves of Change acts as a platform to share pieces that in many cases are not seen beyond the locale of their production. Independent and community media can become sustainable by building a shared presence, using innovative and creative strategies and by developing national and regional regulations that support democratic media. You can watch the project as it develops by visiting the Waves of Change website.
This epic television series initiated a whirlwind of discussion and debate when it was first broadcast to a national audience in China in 1988. Excerpts from a six part Chinese documentary series: Xia Jun/director; Su Xiaokang and Wang Luxiang/script.
Howard Zinn skewers anti-communism at a Harvard University conference, 1989