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May 2016

Amy Goodman at the Phila Free Library

In 1996 Amy Goodman started a radio show called Democracy Now! to focus on issues that are underreported by mainstream news coverage. Today the award-winning program airs simultaneously on satellite and cable television, more than 1,000 radio stations throughout the world, and the internet. Goodman is a recipient of the first Right Livelihood Award, a commendation for personal courage and social transformation that is known as the “Alternative Nobel Prize”; a lifetime achievement award from Harvard’s Nieman Foundation for Journalism; and the George Polk Award. She is the author of five New York Times bestselling books, including Breaking the Sound Barrier. 

Her new book "Democracy Now!: Twenty Years Covering the Movements Changing America" celebrates  progressive heroes who have brought about remarkable change 


Mondays at 1pm in June

Digital Village

A program at the People's Emergency Center in W. Phila. working closely with families from Powelton Village, teaching them how to use multimedia to empower themselves. Produced by Jeanine Cook & William Pyramid.

Saturdays at 2:26pm in June

Hot Tea

Conversations with North Chinatown residents about Belonging, served over hot tea

By Laura Deutch

Saturdays at 2:18pm in June


What happens when the image in the mirror looks like a stranger? Come on the journey with 10 courageous woman who are in search of what the true meaning of BEaUTY is. 

By Marcus Siler

Sundays at 9:30pm in June

Tiny Films, Big Impact

Labor Stories

From the poorest to the middle classes, workers strike for wages, safety & quality of life

1.     HSA STRIKE 1975      
2.     What's Happening at Local 70

Produced by Kartemquin Films   

Presented by Carol Finkle


Saturdays at 8pm  in June

Live From Dennis' House

A Comedy & Music Show. Host Dennis Morgillo mixes his encyclopedic knowledge of humor with incredible comedic timing plus a weird & hysterical look at the world.
Round it all out with a team of great characters. This is the funniest show on TV ! 

Tuesdays at 11pm

Smaller Screen, Greater Impact: The How and Why of the Web Series

Web series have become a viable alternative for filmmakers to share their stories.
As this format creates new ways for aspiring and established artists to reach new audiences
and have increased control of their voice, what new hurdles do they create? 

Join us as we take a look at webisodes on a larger screen (some for the first time ever!) and hear from the creators about writing,
shooting, fundraising, and what they've learned throughout the process.  

For information about the panelists view:


 Fridays at 1pm in June