New York State’s laws are changing after tireless work by Trans activists to secure equal access to health care, but as always new challenges lay ahead.
Director: Abby Noble
Camera/Editor: Julie Ludwig
November 27th, 2016. Standing Rock, ND.
One week after police shot tear gas, fired rubber bullets, launched concussion grenades, and sprayed water protectors with hoses in below freezing temperatures,
a group of Indigenous women and allies returned to Backwater Bridge in silent prayer.
Part of a new series documenting the history and struggles of the activist tenants of the building known as the Peace Pentagon.
‘The Latin American Workshop’ tells the story of Taller Latino, a cultural center that brings together New York’s diverse communities through music, art and conversation.
On the Saturday before the Climate March of 2014, Bread and Puppet Theater put on a pageant version of their “Anti Tar Sands Manifesto”.
The weekend before the Climate March of 2014, WE ACT for Environmental Justice organized a teach in Harlem to discuss the effects of climate change on communities of color and what environmental justice looks like in Harlem and the Bronx.
The Bike Bloc promotes bikes as part of the solution to fight the global climate crisis with positive people power.
PPTV in collaboration with War Resisters League and the Yes Lab on this behind-the-scene look at a WRL’s media action a part of the “Facing Tear Gas Campaign”.
Shot and edited by Julie Ludwig.
The Motor City was the first industrial boom town in America to experience massive corporate disinvestment. And in the wake of the global financial crash in 2008, two long-festering narratives went viral.
Paper Tiger documents the radical history of the building at 339 Lafayette St., a home to grassroot organizations and a hub for activism since the 70s in New York City.