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Past Events

SPRING 2010: "The Death and Life of American Journalism" public forum with John Nichols, author of "The Death and Life of American Journalism: The Media Revolution that will Begin the World Again"

FALL 2009: "Capitalism Hits the Fan: The Global Economic Crisis and What to Do About It," Oct. 24 Film screening and forum with economics professor emeritus at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and consultant on Michael Moore's new film, "Capitalism: A Love Story"

WINTER 2009: Feb. 21 Sneak Preview Screening: "Combatants for Peace and the Billboard from Bethlehem", with producer/director Bruce Barrett and Combatants for Peace's Elik Elhanan

FALL 2008: Sept. 27 Pre-Election Forum: Oil, War and the Future of American Foreign Policy, with Michael T. Klare at the documentary screening of "Blood and Oil: The Dangers and Consequences of America's Dependency on Foreign Petroleum"

SUMMER 2008: "Eyewitness Reports on Iran, Palesine and Israel," with peace activists Rev. Allie Perry, Patty Nuelsen, and Between The Lines' producer Melinda Tuhus

 

FALL 2007: "Health Care: A Basic Right or Privilege?" with Dr. Stephanie Woolhandler, Physicians for a National Health Program

SPRING 2007: MAY 12 "American Fascists" with Pulitzer Prize winner Chris Hedges, New Haven, CT

SPRING 2007: "Energy Wars: Popular Movements At Home and Abroad," with TowardFreedom.com Editor Ben Dangl and Connecticut activists Frank Panzarella and Bruce Crowder, New Haven, CT April 28

FALL 2006: Between The Lines' 15th Anniversary Event Series "Democracy in Danger: Oil Wars, Corporate Power, Terrorism and the Struggle to Defend Liberty and Justice," with Greg Palast and Jeff Cohen, Forum, New Haven, CT Oct. 7

SUMMER 2006: Between The Lines'15th Anniversary Event Series, "Troubadours for Truth," New Haven, CT July 7.

JUNE 24, 2006: "The Case for Impeachment of President George W. Bush" coauthors journalist David Lindorff and Center for Constitutional Rights attorney Barbara Olshansky on their book, "The Case for Impeachment: The Legal Argument for Removing President George W. Bush from Office."

Media Education Foundation documentary: "Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear and the Selling of American Empire"

"Who Profits from War on Iraq?" with BBC-TV reporter Greg Palast

 

Who We Are

Squeaky Wheel Productions History

Squeaky Wheel Productions is a nonprofit community media organization incorporated in 2004 in the state of Connecticut as a nonstock corporation.

The purposes for which Squeaky Wheel Productions was formed are:

To promote and foster public awareness of points of view, news and information - generally ignored or marginalized in public and private media -- in order to encourage a more just and democratic global community.

To develop and distribute content for various media formats, including broadcast and print, that informs the public on a wide range of issues including peaceful settlement of disputes, social justice, human, civil, labor and economic rights and environmental stewardship.

To provide a forum for journalists, academics, activists and artists to report or comment on issues and events from the perspective of the people most affected, who may have little power to influence the outcome or ability to have their voices heard on the public stage.

To facilitate the training of individuals in various production techniques in order to afford them the ability to take an active role in generating unique material that can be disseminated to a wider audience through a range of media outlets.

To organize, sponsor and promote meetings, public forums, lectures, workshops and artistic presentations on local, national and international issues, as well as analysis of how media institutions report on world events.

Squeaky Wheel Productions is now a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3). (Our previous fiscal sponsor since 2004 was The International Center for Global Communications Foundation [doing business as "The Global Center"] based in New York City.)

You can make a tax-deductible contribution to Squeaky Wheel Productions online through the Network for Good website via credit card:

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Or, to donate by check, please make your check payable to Squeaky Wheel Productions
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Squeaky Wheel Productions
P.O. Box 110176
Trumbull, CT 06611

For more information, email us at info@squeakywheel.net or call (203) 268-8446.

Executive Board

Scott Harris, President
Anna Manzo, Vice President
Denise Manzari, Treasurer
Melinda Tuhus, Secretary

Board Members

Richard Hill
Hank Hoffman
Bob Nixon
Elaine Osowski
Leslie Rudden

Advisory Board Members

Leslie Cagan, former United for Peace and Justice co-chair
Greg Guma, author and playwright, Pacifica Radio Network, former executive director
Doug Moss, E: The Environmental Magazine former publisher
Greg Palast, former BBC-TV reporter

Squeaky Wheel Productions
P.O. Box 110176
Trumbull, CT 06611
Telephone:
(203) 268-8446

e-mail: info@squeakywheel.net

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