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FALL 2016: Between The Lines' 25th Anniversary with award-winning investigative journalist, author and Oscar-nominated docummentary filmmaker Jeremy Scahill

Past Events

SPRING 2011: "Overcoming the Power of the Plutocrats by Forging the Power of the People,"citizen activist and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader at Between The Lines' 20th anniversary

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."

SATURDAY, SEPT. 17, 2005: "Parallel Deceptions: The Bush Agenda for War in Iraq and Iran," Scott Ritter, former U.N. Weapons Inspector, United Church on the Green, New Haven, CT

Documentary Screening of "Weapons of Mass Deception" and WMD Director Danny Schechter on "How Our Media Undermines Democracy,"

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

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OCTOBER 8: JEREMY SCAHILL keynoted Between The Lines' 25th Anniversary Forum in New Haven, CT

Video excerpt of Jeremy Scahill's "Drones, Terrorism and The President," on Oct. 8, 2016
at Between The Lines' 25th anniversary in association with PROUDEYEMEDIA on Vimeo.

Download or stream Part One audio of Jeremy Scahill's Two-Part speech here on Election 2016:

Download or stream Part Two audio of Jeremy Scahill's Two-Part speech here on Foreign Policy and Drone Warfare:


Award-winning author, a founding editor of The Intercept and filmmaker for the Oscar-nominated documentary, "Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield" Jeremy Scahill was the keynote speaker at Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine's 25th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2-4 p.m. 270 Temple St., in New Haven, CT. Scahill's speech, "Drones, Terrorism and The President," addressed America's endless wars, "targeted assassinations" and the critical policy decisions facing our next president, issues largely ignored by U.S. corporate media. Scahill signed his latest book, "The Assassination Complex," which has a foreword by Edward Snowden and afterword by Glenn Greenwald

Democracy in Action Awards were presented to: New Haven community activist Barbara Fair, the Dragonfly Climate Collective and Unidad Latina en Acción

Community co-sponsors: Progressive Action Roundtable at PAR-newhaven.org, The Greater New Haven Peace Council, a chapter of The U.S. Peace Council at USpeacecouncil.org, Promoting Enduring Peace and The Middle East Crisis Committee.

Proceeds benefit Squeaky Wheel Productions, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit distributor of Between The Lines radio newsmagazine.

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About Jeremy Scahill

Jeremy Scahill is one of the three founding editors of The Intercept. He is an investigative reporter, war correspondent, and author of the international best-selling books "Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield" and "Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army." Scahill has served as the national security correspondent for The Nation and Democracy Now! and was twice awarded the prestigious George Polk Award. Scahill is a producer and Oscar-nominated filmmaker of "Dirty Wars," which also premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.

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Location, Directions and Parking:

United Church on the Green
270 Temple St., New Haven, CT (corner of Temple and Elm Streets).

From Interstate 91 North and South
Take Exit 3 - Trumbull Street. Make sure to be in the center lane (Trumbull Street) as you approach the stoplight.
At the third stoplight on Trumbull (passing Orange St. and Whitney Ave.), turn left onto Temple Street, a one-way street. The United Church on the Green is at the corner of Temple and Elm.

*** PLEASE NOTE: Due to construction, the parking lot on Temple just before Elm Street is closed. ***

Alternate parking:
1) 323 Temple Street (corner of Wall Street and Temple) behind the United Church on the Green Parish House, but can only hold 50 cars
2) 32 Elm Street - All-Day Saturday: $3.00 Only credit cards accepted
3) Street parking, or see NHParking.com for additional parking