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March 2013

Reel Lives presents Media that Matters

Reel Lives - Media That Matters

Media That Matters is the premiere showcase for short films on the most important topics of the day. Local and global, online and in communities around the world, Media That Matters engages diverse audiences and inspires them to take action.
Reel Livesis a non-profit organization using media for education, empowerment and social change.
Saturdays in March & April at 7:30pm

Tax Planning for Artists

Entrepreneur Works

Fred Koelle, CPA discusses business tax matters, with a focus on artists and freelance entrepreneurs. Produced by Entrepreneur Works.
Saturdays 1:30pm

Prometheus Radio Project

Prometheus Radio Project

Join host Vanessa Maria Graber and her colleagues from the Prometheus Radio Project in a discussion about the fight for low power fm radio in the United States and history of community radio.  Learn about how you can be a part of community radio and the Prometheus Radio Project.
Saturdays in March & April at 1pm

House Devil Street Angel

An autobiographical documentary by Fivel Rothberg examining father-son relationships and addressing root causes of abusive relationships, while open to possibilities for change.
Fridays in March & April at 8pm

Moonstone Arts Presents: Mentor And Mentored

Moonstone Arts

Happy 30th Birhtday Moonstone!
Moonstone Arts premieres: Mentor & Mentored, An inter-generational poetry series that presents both the mentor and the mentored: how does poetry travel from generation to generation, what are the themes, the sounds, what changes and what stays the same. Recorded before a live audience by PhillyCAM
Fridays in April  at 7pm

This program are presented by Moonstone Arts Center, a non-profit whose mission is to stimulate communication and education in the community across traditional lines of separation such as ethnicity, age, gender etc.

For more information: www.moonstoneartscenter.org

Moonstone Arts Presents: Hidden History

Moonstone Arts

Happy 30th Birthday Moonstone!
City wide celebrations of activists who struggled to make the U.S. live up to the promise of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness for everyone. These four discussions honor the 200th birthday of Martin R. Delany, considered the father of Black Nationalism, publisher of one of the first Black Newspapers and one of the first Blacks admitted to Harvard Medical School and the first Black officer in the Union Army.
Fridays in March at 7pm

These programs are presented by Moonstone Arts Center, a non-profit whose mission is to stimulate communication and education in the community across traditional lines of separation such as ethnicity, age, gender etc.

For more information: www.moonstoneartscenter.org

Wide Angle Youth Media

Wide Angle Youth Media

Youth produced work from Wide Angle Media, a non-profit organization that provides Baltimore Youth with media education to tell their own stories and become engaged with their communities.
Fridays in March & April at 3:30pm

Health Time TV

Health Time TV

Experts discuss healthcare issues & health education produced by Sanjay Gupta.
Sundays at 1:30pm

Go Philly Service (GPS) - Mothers In Charge

Go Philly Service (GPS)

Dana Burnett welcomes Dorothy Johnson-Spreight and Marcia Hopkins from Mothers In Charge as they discuss how to bring communities together after tragedy.
Wednesdays in April at 8pm

Shocking & Awful: A Grassroots Response to War & Occupation

Shocking & Awful: A Grassroots Response to War & Occupation

Leading up to the 10th anniversary of the Iraq War, Deep Dish TV presents a series of programs produced by independent video activists who believe that building a just world is the best way to combat terror, showing how people have mobilized through art, actions and international law.
Saturdays in March at 10:30pm.