Film For Justice
The Grange: The Movement Overlooked (Part 2) Learn About The Surprisingly Progressive Agenda Of the Grange (Two parts that can be broadcast independently. Both just under 28 minutes.) Born in the aftermath of the Civil War, for more than 140 years the Grange has played an important role in the fight for prosperity and opportunity for farmers and rural Americans.
FJ115 - Yanis Varoufakis at the Hay Festival 2016 Meet Yanis - former Greek Finance Minister who, a couple years ago, took on the European Union's strangling Greece economically. He lost. So did Greece. He promptly resigned from the Greek government. And began, with friends throughout Europe organizing Diem 25 to remake Europe into a principled democracy that nurtures the people not the corporations. Diem is relentlessly taking on the corruption of European governance
Born in the aftermath of the Civil War, for more than 140 years the Grange has played an important role in the fight for prosperity and opportunity for farmers and rural Americans. It was at the forefront in lobbying for regulation of transportation and public utilities, the Sherman Anti-Trust Act (1890), the Pure Food and Drug Act (1906) and Universal Suffrage (1919). The Grange has been the driving force behind improving transportation, waterways; rural postal delivery and how we vote.
Rocky Anderson narrates a multi-media presentation on the importance of leadership for the world’s climate. Produced by High Road for Human Rights - the non-profit headed by Rocky Anderson - former mayor of Salt Lake City. Never before has there been a greater need for competent, principled, knowledgable, farsighted, non-partisan inspired leadership. Rocky’ Anderson presents what is being done and what can be done with this leadership.
The majority of people who learn the realities behind the death penalty quickly see the need for abolition from many levels and perspectives: -The majority of people who learn the realities behind the death penalty quickly see the need for abolition from many levels and perspectives:
Beautifully filmed amidst everyday life in Gaza. People released from Israeli prisons and their families talk about their experiences. Some of the people have spent 19, 24, 26 years or more in prison. They are unknown to the world. This film gives a face and a story to Amr, Obeid, Mohamed, Wafa, Bassim, Hamza, Louay, Samir, Ata et Tawfik, and their families. They are some of the people who, at the end of 2011, were among the 1,028 Palestinian prisoners released in exchange for the Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Prisoners like Salah Hamouri were allowed to go home, but more than 200 of these prisoners were deported to Gaza or to neighboring countries, which is a violation of the 4th Geneva Convention.
This lecture series will focus on the small group of men who control foreign and domestic policy of the United States from behind the scenes. This small group of people had roles in the Kennedy assassination, the Watergate burglary, the resignation of Nixon, the Warren Commission, the creation and running of the Central Intelligence Agency, the funding of the Third Reich, the rise of Hitler, and the supply of heroin to the United States from Southeast Asia via Cuba, to name a few.
This episode discusses, among other things, the interpretation of ambiguous terms including - democracy, whose very ambiguity enables large discrepancies in the interpretations of history – especially the (probably) most successful social revolution in the world history of the last thousand years - the Russian Revolution, compared, say, to the English Revolution of 1648 or the French Revolution of 1789.