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Honoring Black History
Creating Peace, Love, & Justice Through the Arts

Honoring Black History Month -- this coming Sunday, February 21st, I will be co-hosting a multi-media conversation and webcast focusing on confronting the false narratives about the Black Lives Matter movement that has propagated across mainstream media. This is part of the 'We Carry The Dream' project that I've produced together with my partner Stephen Fiske and the One Global Family team of activists and spiritualists working for peace in all directions.
The event starts at 3 pm PST and runs to 5 pm

For additional information visit: https://peacesundays.org

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'We Carry the Dream' webumentary:
Charlottesville Reflection

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Unity and Diversity World Council, in collaboration with One Global Family, the Jerusalem
Prayer Project and Videocratic Media present the first segment of their “Peace Sunday 2020": ‘Charlottesville Reflection’.

On the eve of Martin Luther King Day 2021 a unique, timely, and compelling program has been assembled featuring the uplifting music video tribute to MLK ‘We Carry the Dream’ written produced and performed by Stephen Longfellow Fiske who attended the ‘Great March’ in 1963, followed by the documentary short ‘Charlottesville Reflection’, produced and directed by filmmaker Robert Corsini. In addition, opening prayer blessings will be offered by indigenous elders Chief Daniel Ramos and Clan Mother Alda Glover.
In August of 2018 JPP co-founder and filmmaker Robert Corsini traveled to Charlottesville
seeking out interfaith, grassroots activists who played a key role in resisting the ‘Unite the
Right’ violent invasion of their city by hundreds of armed neo-Nazi, QAnon, and Klansmen
incensed by the community’s decision to remove statuary commemorating Confederate
War traitors Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and others.

What is revealed by BLM activists Tanesha Hudson, Megan Argaud, and Temple Beth Israel Rabbi Rachel Schmelkin in this 14 minute ‘short’, is the deep struggle their community endured as they prepared the community to defend itself from the onslaught of violent, racist, anti-Semitic, misanthropes, and the subsequent murderous tumult that transpired on August 12th, 2017.
What few knew then was that the Charlottesville attack of the summer of 2017, foretold the darkest chapter of American history that occurred four years later on January 6th, 2021 as a similar violent model was followed to ransack the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C.
Following the screening of ‘Charlottesville Reflection,’ a discussion will follow with Charlottesville activists Tanesha Hudson, Megan Argaud, and filmmaker Robert Corsini.
In addition, Black Lives Matter Los Angeles Co-Founder Melina Abdullah will add further commentary connecting the Charlottesville attack to the politically motivated and violent insurgency of 2021.

To view the live stream on Sunday, January 17, from 3pm to 5pm PST, please use the following details;

Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87340984974
Zoom ID: 873 4098 4974 Passcode: peace
Phone-in info: PeaceSundays.org

For additional information visit: https://peacesundays.org

Charlottesville Reflection

It was August of 2018 and it was yet another scorching summer all around the globe. I was on the road working on a feature documentary project about resurgent anti-semitism that was released last year, “HateAmongUs“.

My trajectory of human despair and mayhem took me and my crews to London, Paris, Berlin, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Los Angeles, New York, Washington DC and Charlottesville. Everywhere we went to film, it seemed like it was 95 degrees, with one-hundred percent humidity. Brutal weather for a brutal subject — in a way it was a real-life Dante’s Inferno, connecting human hatred from the past, to the anxious present we now live on planet earth.

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National Committee to
Defend of Julian Assange
and Civil Liberties

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Videocratic Media has played an active role in the defense of Julian Assange since January 2020 — producing content for several events (pre-COVID) and today's webinar videos that frame the fundamental issue of Assange’s prosecution, as an affront to freedom of the press that threatens journalism worldwide.

Currently, Assange’s jailing, under harsh, torturous conditions in London is facing extradition to the United States for having published damning information about the American occupation of Iraq. Assange and Wikileaks published materials provided to them by former US Army Private Bradley Manning (now Chelsea Manning) just as the New York Times did in the case of the Pentagon Papers in the seventies.

Excerpts from interviews with Daniel Ellsberg and Noam Chomsky.

Interfaith Communities United For Justice and Peace

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Videocratic Media produced a 'Zoom' event for ICUJP and its Reverend George Regas Courageous Peacemaker Award. This year ICUJP recognized three organizations; Black Lives Matter (Melina Abdullah), Jewish Voice For Peace (Estee Chandler), and World Beyond War (David Swanson). Videocratic also interviewed notable civil rights icon Reverend James Lawson and BLM LA’s co-founder, Dr. Melina Abdullah.

The web stream video celebrates the rich history and unwavering commitment to racial and social justice and cultural and religious diversity.

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'WARRIORS OF THE HEART:
Women Wage Peace'

Independent Documentary Series

(In Production)

Since 2016 Videocratic Media and the Jerusalem Prayer Project have teamed up to tell intimate stories of grassroots peacemakers in the Holy Land, Palestinians and Israelis, Jews, Muslims and Christians and their protracted struggles in the midst of occupation.

The first episode in the 'Warriors of the Heart' series tells the story of the 'Women Wage Peace' movement in Israel and Palestine, born in the aftermath of the Gaza/Israel war in 2014, and how today it has grown to 50,000 members in cities and towns across Israel and Palestine.

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Hate Among Us'

In March of 2018, in response to exploding acts of anti-Semitism around the world, Associated Television International contracted with Videocratic Media to develop and produce a feature documentary on the frightening trend harkening back to the darkest days leading to WWII and the rise of Nazi Germany.  Videocratic Media and Robert Corsini were tasked with producing and field directing expert interviews and personal stories of recent victims of anti-Semitism in Jerusalem, Tel Avi, Paris, Berlin, London, Washington DC, Charlottesville, New York, and Los Angeles. The result of this two-year journey is the feature documentary, 'Hate Among Us', currently entering worldwide distribution.

About Us

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Since its creation in 2014, Videocratic Media has embarked on a wide range of Documentary and Entertainment projects including features on genocide and Anti-Semitism, disability rights, and grassroots peacemakers in Israel and Palestine.

In addition, Videocratic Media has been contracted to develop, direct and story produce entertainment projects for prime time clip shows on CW, Epix, TV Guide Channel and Reelz reality programming.

Key to Videocratic media’s approach to documentary production emphasizes high-quality interviews that are visually dynamic, empathetic and engaging on a wide range of subject matter from disability rights, to peace in the Middle East, to Armenian Genocide recognition, Urban issues, contemporary music and pop culture.

Videocratic EP and owner, Robert Corsini, brings three decades of production experience and global contacts to all his projects for Videocratic Media.

'Architects of Denial'

IIn 2015, Videocratic Media was contracted to develop, produce and post produce the feature documentary 'Architects of Denial’ for Associated Television International. The film served to connect ongoing Armenian Genocide denial -- with present conflicts between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

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