Bernadette Devlin McCallisky: Peace at Any Price?
The peace agreement in Ireland has been ratified by popular vote.
Does that make it the best answer?
Working TV: Community Access Television
Forget Wayne's World. Community Access Television, with its low
production values and tiny audiences, serves a very important
function in the political and cultural landscape.
Sex Fish, Sex Bowl, etc
Three short films created collaboratively by lesbian filmmakers.
Uncle Sam's Indonesian Killers
The story behind Allan Nairn's investigative report "Uncle Sam's
Indonesian Killers," which he had to sneak into Indonesia to do,
and which got him arrested and deported. Nairn talks about the
Suharto dictatorship, the IMF and the Clinton administration, and
the struggle for freedom in East Timor.
Roger Ronnie of South African Municipal Workers Union
This interview, conducted by Faheemah Shareef of SEIU
Local 46 in Chicago, is about the necessity for working
people from around the world to stand together in the
face of globalization.
Chiapas History Lesson
A look at the cultural and historical forces
leading up to the Zapatista rebellion in
Chiapas, Mexico, as well as the recent
government-sponsored massacre of indigenous
farmers and villagers there.
Jericho 98 March on Washington
People's Video Network and DAMN (Direct Action Media Network) co-
present "Jericho", scenes from the Jericho 98 March on Washington to
free U.S. Political Prisoners.
An interview with the Cuban-American, lesbian playwright Dolores
Grassroots Activism and Media Forum April 19
A RealAudio version of Jesse Hirsch's talk "Revolution and Counterrevolution on the Internet"
and the conversation that ensued.
New York April 10 Chiapas Protest
Audio Report from New York April 10 Chiapas Protest (45 minutes raw tape).
Cooperating for a new economy: Women and Development
In response to increasing corporate control over social
and economic resources, some women in Latin America and the
Caribbean are turning to alternative development models; ones that
value collaboration over competition, community empowerment over
Shell on Earth
British activist series 'Undercurrents' documents the
collaboration of Shell Petroleum with the dictatorship of Nigeria in
oppressing - and even slaughtering - innocent Ogoni people.
White Trash Girl returns
The underclass postfeminist hellraising toxic superhero is back
to kick your ass in a new short film by Jennifer Reeder--Law of Desire.
Booger-eating assholes beware.
The Multilateral Agreement on Investment promises to have as big an impact
on workers and working families around the world--or even a greater
impact--than NAFTA or GATT.
Marcos in Chiapas
Kerry Appel's interview with Subcomandante Marcos in Chiapas.
Where do you get your information?
segment from "Fear and Favor in the Newsroom".
Fear and Favor in the Newsroom
Clips and interviews from "Fear and Favor in the Newsroom".
Music as tool for social change
Documenting the use of music as a powerful tool for social change,
from the jazz clubs of Nazi Germany to the rave scene in modern Britain.
Stephen Dunifer micro-radio piece.
clip from the old U.S. propaganda film Hemp for Victory!
Food Not Bombs
Food Not Bombs Radio Network Update: Summer of Resistance, Part 2
Corporate sponsorship in public schools
Public schools across the country face increasing pressure to cut
deals with corporations to pay for education materials and special
programs...but at what cost?