Current Projects

Green Screen - Community Gardens

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Final Stages

Visit the Green Screen-Community Gardens Project Website

In Summer 2014 Deep Dish TV's Waves of Change project
recruited and trained 7 young women , in a media project that focused on the positive use of green spaces in community gardens in West Harlem, NY City. The project tells some of the untold ...


The Immigration Project


Uprooted: A Grassroots Examination of the Politics of Migration is a new series about immigration from Deep Dish TV.

Eva Lewis continues to develop this project from Arizona where she is currently working to document the Department of Homeland Security's use of "checkpoints" that force citizens and non-citizens alike to pass through guard stations for identity checks.



The Myth Of A Post-Racial America

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This is a multi-part television / internet series. In production

For many people the election of Barack Obama lent credibility to the argument that the United States is moving inexorably, if slowly and in fits and starts, towards a "post-racial" society. This project challenges that assertion.

The Myth of a Post-Racial America

Directed by: Kali Akuno

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Waves of Change: The Many Voices of the Global Village

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Ongoing Project with Blog

Waves of Change is a website and blog that surveys community media around the world as resistance to commercial culture.

The Waves of Change Project reports on radio, TV, theater, murals, comics, etc. It looks at problems of sustai...


Where Should the Birds Fly - (View)


Where Should The Birds Fly is the first film about Gaza made by Palestinians living the reality of Israel’s siege and blockade of this tiny enclave. It is the story of two young women, survivors of Israel’s Operation Cast Lead. Mona Samouni, now 12 years old and the filmmaker, Fida Qishta, now 27, represent the spirit and future of Palestinians. The film is a visual documentation of the Golds...

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