Default 08/29/2008 Deep Dish Producers on Dandana TV
Suzy Salamy, Simin Farkhondeh and Brian Drolet on Dandana TV's "Talk It Out" program with Zeina Yazbek
Default 08/27/2008 The U.S. Military and the Cultural Destruction of Iraq
"In reality, the occupation is a military and <i>cultural</i> occupation. Because the occupation has canceled the previous cultural environment" - <i>Iraqi artist</i>
Default 08/10/2008 The Philippines: A Legacy of Violence
Two more journalists murdered in the Philippines. Killers go unpunished.
Default 08/10/2008 Palestinian Poet Mahmoud Darwish Dies
Poet was a powerful voice of the Palestinian people.
Default 07/28/2008 Premiums for Your Community Radio Fund Drives
Deep Dish TV partners with community radio stations to strengthen grassroots media
Default 07/25/2008 FISA Bill's Real Target: What Remains of Our Open Society
The new FISA law uses terrorism as a pretext to permit wholesale spying and would seriously cripple our free press. by Chris Hedges. For a look at the history of censorship and the repression of ideas in the United States, see Deep Dish TV's series <u>Behind Censorship: The Assault on Civil Liberties</u>
Default 07/22/2008 New Lebanon Series Airs on Free Speech TV
<i>Nothing is Safe - Israel's 2006 War on Lebanon</i> begins August 10th on FSTV –Channel 9415 on the Dish Network.
Default 07/21/2008 Democracy Now! dumped from Humbolt State U. radio in conservative hijack.
KHSU General Manager forced to resign to silence progressive voices and institute political remap based on "subjective" criteria.
Default 07/17/2008 New York Screenings of New Deep Dish TV Lebanon Series Mark War's 2nd Anniversary.
<b>Nothing Is Safe- Israel's 2006 War on Lebanon</b><br> July 23rd, 30th and August 6th <br> Alwan for the Arts 16 Beaver Street in Lower Manhattan
Default 07/02/2008 Supreme Court Affirms Rights of Guantanamo Prisoners
In a <a href=" ">stinging defeat</a> for the Bush Administration, the US Supreme Court in a 5-4 decision, said that the detainees have rights to challenge their detention in US Courts. The Deep Dish series, <a href="" >America Behind Bars</a> is an overview of prison issues.
Default 06/26/2008 Two U.S. Military Captains Call Out Iraq Refugee Crisis
Army and Marine officers (ret) denounce 5 million Iraqi exiles created by U.S. war.
Default 06/12/2008 Geeks United at Asia-Pacific Transmission Meeting
Transmission is a meeting of free and open source software (FOSS) developers and video activists. Last week they met to talk about open source content management systems for web (like plone, plumi, plone4artists, show in a box, drupal, joomla,, video compression, creative commons. For more information go to <a href="">Waves of Change blog.</a>
Default 06/01/2008 International Visits
<a href="">The Waves of Change </a> blog received visitors from over 30 countries last week, including Slovenia, Kenya, Nigeria, Philippines, Germany, Argentina, Egypt.<a onblur="try {parent.deselectBloggerImageGracefully();} catch(e) {}" href=""><img style="display:block; margin:0px auto 10px; text-align:center;cursor:pointer; cursor:hand;" src="" border="0" alt=""id="BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5206917000395724290" /></a>
Default 05/22/2008 Community Media Endorsed in Geneva
A community media task force, initiated at the World Summit on the Information Society, has drafted a declaration for global support of community media. Deep Dish has created a website about community media around the world. The series Waves of Change will be distributed in the fall. <a href="">Click Here for Blog</a> <br><br></br>
Default 05/22/2008 NPR Discusses Single State Solution in Israel / Palestine
In an unusual program, NPR's <i>All Things Considered</i> discusses the possibility of a single state, secular and democratic, for Jews and Arabs.
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