A short message from Pastor Willie of the Missing Link Street Ministry encouraging people to get out on the streets and take back our city. Shot during the Peoples March that took place on October 15, 2011 in solidarity with the day of global revolutions, when marches, occupations, and assemblies were held all over the world.
Cultivate community through cooking and eating, sharing stories, making art, and watching films! All of this took place at The Sanctuary for Independent Media and at the Collard City Growers garden plot in North Troy. HM-IMC's"Be the Media" workshop "From Seed to Table" taught production skills while documenting the entire day.
Reverend Billy addresses the masses at the OccupyWallStreet solidarity March to 1 Police Plaza, to speak against police brutality and the relationship between economic and physical violence. We appreciate all who stood with us on this night, all the union workers, all the NYC residents, and those that traveled to become part of this movement. Join us.
Bob, from a local electricians' union in Boston tells us while he came down to support.
Voices from Occupy Wall Street. This was recorded 9/28/11.
Created by the youth media producers of Youth Media Sanctuary, in Troy, NY, during the fall of 2010. Youth Media Sanctuary producers: Medena Henderson, Antonio Pablon, Chelsea Kereszi,, Denise Ramos, Kayleara Miller. Produced at The Sanctuary for Independent Media; with Media Alliance, in collaboration with the Missing Link Street Ministry and funding from The Louis and Hortense Rubin Community Fellowship (a Troy-based organization that funds faculty-community collaboration) and the New York State Council on the Arts.
Youth Media Sanctuary is a community media arts peer-training project, designed to teach multimedia skills to young people in North Central Troy, and to help develop urgently needed independent local voices in our economically devastated neighborhood. This teaser contains highlights from the video that the YMS producers premiered at The Sanctuary for Independent Media on December 18, 2010. A collaboration with Missing Link Street Ministry, funded by The Louis and Hortense Rubin Community Fellowship and NYSCA Arts Education Projects: Community-based Learning.
A short interview with Sakura Saunders, a Prometheus volunteer. ; Recorded 9/25/10 in Hudson, NY
Margaret Flowers discusses the health care crisis in the U.S. and the solution for the future at the united National Peace Conference in Albany, NY in July 2010. ; Music by Kaki King.
Healthcare workshop at The United National Peace Conference in Albany, NY 7/24/10. ; Produced by the United National Peace Conference Media Project,an initiative powered by The Sanctuary for Independent Media& Hudson Mohawk Indymedia Center 2010