Jeremy Scahill, Greg Palast & Big Noise:
From Blackwater to White Power
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Dispatches #6 follows Jeremy Scahill’s latest investigation into Blackwater’s role in the Nisur Square massacre, Greg Palast’s hunt of American debt speculators in Liberia, and Big Noise Films’ inside account of the resurgent white power movement in America. Â It also includes a special report: a warning from the heart of East St. Louis.
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BLACKWATERâ€™S YOUNGEST VICTIM
Scahill’s exclusive report on the last man standing between Blackwater and impunity for the mercenary company’s role in the massacre of Iraqi civilians in Nisur Square, Iraq.
Palast travels to Liberia to uncover a scam by American debt speculators to take millions from one of the poorest countries on the planet. Â But when we showed up to ask them about it at their office in New York, it seemed to have. . . disappeared.
WHITE POWER USA
From skinheads to border militias to the right wing of the “Tea Party Movement”, Big Noise takes a disturbing inside look at the resurgence of white nationalism in America.
EAST SAINT LOUIS
The city that was given up for dead. Â Big Noise meets the people fighting against economic corrosion in the Rust Belt. Â Can residents of East Saint Louis save their town? Or has it become obsoleteâ€”a warning to all American cities facing de-industrialization?
“Rick [Rowley] is a genius.” Â – Amy Goodman
“[Jeremy] Scahill is a one-man truth squad.” – Bill Moyers
“Greg Palast is the most important investigative reporter of our time.” – The Guardian
Dispatches is a new dvd magazine by Big Noise Films and is dedicated to radical investigations, analysis and on the ground video from across the globe. Â Big Noise ‘Dispatches’ takes you around the world to look war and crisis in the face, but also to witness a shared struggle for survival and dignity in this time of violence.