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Brooklyn For Peace Media

New Media Section

Welcome to the media section of Brooklyn For Peace. We are expanding our educational arena by adding a new section where we will post links to latest videos both created by Brooklyn For Peace and other videos that we hope will inspire and educate at the same time. We have also included our photo section that is linked to our photo gallery. View the wonderful photographs taken at peace events around Brooklyn.

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Videos

Grand Bargain “Vox Pop” video on the Grand Bargain

Vox Pop was a popular radio program of interviews, quizzes and human interest features, sometimes titled Sidewalk Interviews (1936) and Voice of the People (the name is from the Latin “Vox Populi”, meaning “Voice of the People”). It was heard from the early 1930s to the late 1940s.

As we come down to the wire on the so-called “Fiscal Cliff,” BFP put together our own “Vox Pop” video on the Grand Bargain

“Vox Pop” video on the Grand Bargain

Jeremy Scahill on “America’s Covert Wars”: April 28 2012
Part I at the Bro0klyn Peace Fair
Part II at the Brooklyn Peace Fair

Capt. Paul K. Chappell on ‘Why Peace is Possible and How We Can Achieve It’
April 28, 2012
Part I at the Brooklyn Peace Fair
Part II at the Brooklyn Peace Fair
Part III at the Brooklyn Peace Fair

Climate Action
Extreme Energy and Climate Action: What it means for your dinner:
April 28, 2012
Part I and Part II
Climate Action Workshop at the Brooklyn Peace Fair

Arts and Culture
Arts and Activism: BFP Forum on June 13, 2013, with SpiritChild, Karen Malpede, and Megan Trevino
Moderator: Veronica Nunn
Part One: Panel Presentations
Part Two: Q & A

Peace and Economic Justice/Anti-Militarism:
U.S. in the Middle East: Wars, Occupations, US Policy, and the Challenge to the Anti-War Movement:
Phyllis Bennis, writer, analyst, activist on Middle East and UN issues, fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies, spoke at a BFP Forum on March 17, 2014.
Part One
Part Two, including Q & A, of her presentation.

Check out other ‘War No More’ episodes and Brooklyn For Peace videos
On YouTube

Check out this Video Library:
Programs filmed by BFP member Ed Briody, available on YouTube.
Includes these programs on Israel-Palestine, and many more:

Norman Finkelstein speaking on his book Old Wine–Broken Bottle” May 5, 2o14 at Book Culture in Manhattan
Full Disclosure: An Honest Commemoration of the American War in Vietnam April 26, 2014 Part One and Part Two
Book Launch and Discussion: The Muslims Are Coming: Islamophobia, Extremism, and the Domestic War on TerrorĀ  with author Arum Kundnani at Alwan for the Arts, April 10, 2014
What’s Going On In the Middle East? March 31, 2014:
***Part One, Zachary Lockman
***Part Two, Maya Mikdashi
“The Political Mapping of Palestine”: A Talk by Linda Quiquivix at the Center for Palestine Studies, Collumbia University; March 6, 2014
Ali Abunimah speaking at Brooklyn College: The Battle for Justice In Palestine, March 6, 2014
Gareth Porter speaking on Manufactured Crisis: The Untold Story of the Iran Nuclear Scare, Feb 20, 2014
Cornell West speaking on Dorothy Day at MaryHouse, Catholic Worker, November 8, 2013