Videos about Media Literacy
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Amy Goodman: How the Media Is Ruining This Election
Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! tells us about Trump-land and how the media is ruining this election. 
Carbon Omissions: 3 Lies The UK Government Has Been Telling about Its Response to Climate Change
A new animation about consumption, climate change and wellbeing by PIRC, George Monbiot and Leo Murray. For more info, see: http://carbonomissions.org.uk
Dear Trump Supporters
The creators of this video attended a Trump rally disguised as satirical characters. What happened after completely changed their perspective...
The News Is Center Right
The notion of the "liberal media" hides the fact that most corporate media isn't concerned about presenting a diversity of left-perspectives. That's because the media doesn't...
The Way American Media Covers Attacks
Why is American media so biased in the way it covers attacks in Europe compared to how it covers the rest of the world?
#Istandup Against the Harm Caused by Objectification of Women in Advertising
A powerful new campaign wants advertisers to know that many consumers are fed up with how women are portrayed. Women Not Objects, a project dedicated to calling out the...
Donald Trump's Covert Powers of Persuasion
Could Donald Trump really win in 2016?? It seems like a ridiculous question, but Donald Trump's 2016 campaign has defied all the expectations from the pundits. Initially...
Dilbert Creator Scott Adams on Donald Trump's "Linguistic Kill Shots"
Are Trump's 'random insults' actually random? Scott Adams makes a convincing case that Trump has been highly trained in neurolinguistic programming. Donald Trump has a way...
We Are #WomenNotObjects
Join the conversation: #WomenNotObjects Twitter: @Not_Objects Instagram: @WomenNotObjects Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womennotobjects
John Oliver Masterfully Deconstructs the Trump Mythology, Revealing Deception and Lies
Our main story this week is about Donald Trump. We can't believe we're saying that either.
Genius Lesson in Media Literacy: Footage of Queen's Birthday with Commentary from N. Korean Parade
This video, uploaded to YouTube by John Smith, overlays the commentary of the BBC's Korea correspondent Stephen Evans from a march in Pyongyang onto footage of the annual...
A Very Heavy Agenda Part 2: How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the New Neocons (2016)
"Completely mind-blowing documentary about neocon ideologues and their bipartisan destructive influence" - Max Blumenthal [Author of Goliath & The 51 Day War] Part 2 Synopsis...
Homeland Is Not a Series
In what has become known as "The Homeland Incident," The Arabian Street Artists engineered a graffiti hack on the show Homeland by placing subversive messages written in Arabic...
Who Owns the Media? An Exclusive Look Into UK and USA Press
Insurge Intelligence recruited Scenes of Reason to create a video teaser for an exclusive exploration of how the media is run in the UK and the USA under the title "How...
Everything you need to know about COP21
Cop 21 - a brief intro - filmed by REAL MEDIA.
600 Posters, 80 Artists - Brandalism Crew Take Over Billboards Ahead of Paris Climate Talks
Two days before the launch of the UN COP21 Climate Conference, 600 posters were installed in outdoor media spaces across Paris. 82 Artists from 19 different countries made...
Reza Aslan Challenges the Corporate Media Rhetoric on Islam and Violence
Reza Aslan offers his reaction to Bill Maher's recent remarks regarding the link between violence and Islam.
The Distortion & Death Behind Israel/Palestine Coverage
A crisis in Palestine is again all over the headlines. From stabbings and molotov cocktails, to killing of protesters and anti-Arab lynch mobs--how much of the mass media...
What Would Happen If Male Athletes Were Asked The Same Questions Female Athletes Are Subjected To?
Something's wrong with media coverage of female athletes. Sexist commentary, inappropriate interview questions, and articles commenting on physical appearance not only...
6 Problems With Mainstream Media
People are becoming increasingly irritated by the mainstream media, and here are 6 reasons why.  Mainstream media has been receiving huge amounts of criticism lately, and I...
Chris Hedges on What It Takes to Be a Rebel in Modern Times
Bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner Chris Hedges sits down with Ben Makuch at the Toronto VICE office to discuss what it takes to be a rebel in modern times. Hedges...
Copying Is Not Theft
Our free culture anthem gets a fabulous arrangement by Nik Phelps. Vocals by Connie Champagne. Animation and song by Nina Paley.
The News, Unfiltered
UK News reporter Jonathan Pie has a go at David Cameron, Alan Sugar, Nuclear Weapons, Matt Damon's treatment in the press, Jeremy Corbyn's treatment by the press...you name it...
The Most Honest Political Ad You've Ever Seen
America deserves a new kind of the same old politician.
How The Media Has Shaped Your Negative Perception of Feminism
The Straw Feminist trope is a deliberately created, exaggerated caricature of a feminist that is used to undermine and ridicule feminist movements.  This was probably one of...
Abby Martin & Chris Hedges: War, Propaganda and the Enemy Within
Abby Martin interviews Chris Hedges on American myths, war and revolt. Hedges explains the 'folly of Empire,' the dangers posed by right-wing extremism and the urgent need for...
Trevor Noah Debuts on The Daily Show - Continues the War on Bulls**t
Trevor shows his appreciation for the show’s former host and discusses Speaker of the House John Boehner’s recent resignation. Watch full episodes of The Daily Show...
Saul Williams on Pop Culture: "We're All Donald Trump's F---ing Apprentice"
Saul Williams, the "poet laureate of hip-hop," is troubled by society's rising reverence for ignorance and prestige. This is a stark departure from pop culture and music from...
Muslims Rejoice At Being Able To Take Clocks To School
Danish Ali is a Pakistani comedian, in this video he resonds to 14 year old Ahmed, who was arrested for taking a homemade clock to school to impress his teacher that was...
Merchants Of Doubt (2014)
Inspired by the acclaimed book by Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway, Merchants of Doubt takes audiences on a satirically comedic, yet illuminating ride into the heart of conjuring...
Hack Outdoor Advertising Space With These Simple Tools
With the three tools shown in this video, you can gain access to nearly every bus stop advertising space on the planet - thanks globalisation! We only used the T30 and were...
What Banks Don't Want You to Know about the Greek crisis
Is the crisis in Greece solely due to government overspending and irresponsibility? Are the Greek bailouts intended to help the Greek people recover from their "self-inflicted"...
Bernie Sanders Explains Why Elites Don't Want You To Vote
In an excerpt from the 2006 documentary "American Blackout" Senator Bernie Sanders Explains Why Elites Don't Want You To Vote.
Expressions of an Angry Muslim
Spoken word challenges prejudices, double-standards and lazy assumptions.
Noam Chomsky: It’s Painful to See the Fate of the Human Species, but We Must in Order to Change It
In an interview conducted earlier this year, Noam Chomsky admitted it’s much easier to ignore the major issues of the day and pretend information is inaccessible than it is to...
Was The Soviet Union Really a Socialist Country? Noam Chomsky Dispels This Propaganda In 1 Minute
Both America and Stalin's Soviet Union has called his regime a socialist system, but for different reasons. America called Stalin's dictatorship a socialist system because it...
Israeli Government Cartoon Tries to Ridicule Journalists About Gaza
The Israeli Foreign Ministry released a cartoon recently about Gaza. But it's not funny ha-ha. Instead, it ridicules journalists. Check it out. 
Comedy Sketch Shows Deep-Seated Sexism in Advertising
This is a clip from the BBC comedy series 'That Mitchell and Webb look' satirises sexism in advertising.
The Fourth Estate (2015)
Following a 9 month long international screening run, the independent UK documentary The Fourth Estate is now online for all to view, download, and share for free. During 2015...
Yellow Fever
Yellow Fever is a mixed-media documentary animation by Kenyan filmmaker Ng’endo Mukii. The short film, which served as Mukii’s thesis project at London’s Royal College of Art
Everyday Racism: What Should We Do?
Racism is a business. Its marketing is so successful that even Akala looks sideways at a young black man holding a lot of cash. These racial assumptions lead to 'everyday'...
Disregarding Gaza - Why is Gaza Not an Issue in the Israeli Elections?
A short documentary that examines the absence of Gaza and the Palestinians from the Israeli mainstream media and 2015 elections. Shot during operation Protective Edge by Tamar...
‎#OscarsSoWhite‬ Isn't Just a Hashtag. It's a Real Problem.
‎This short video explains why it should bother everyone that the Oscars are so white.
Marine Corps Veteran Opens Eyes, Hearts, and Minds of "American Sniper" Movie-goers
How does modern propaganda work? How effective is it?  Marine Corps Veteran, Adam Kokesh interviews audience members exiting the theater after watching the new film "American...
Bitter Lake (2015)
Extraordinary new documentary by Adam Curtis. Politicians used to have the confidence to tell us stories that made sense of the chaos of world events. But now there are no...
Ethnic Notions (1987)
Ethnic Notions is Marlon Riggs' Emmy-winning documentary that takes viewers on a disturbing voyage through American history, tracing for the first time the deep-rooted...
Chris Hayes Spoofs White Power Structure, Has No Clue How To Stop Culture Of White On White Violence
Riffing off an article by Gawker columnist Cord Jefferson yesterday, Jefferson and MSNBC host Chris Hayes satirized the right's concern with "black on black violence," rolling...
FRAMED
What's behind the West's fascination with "saving" Africa? FRAMED investigates the images and myths that cast a continent as a victim. What attracts Western activists to...
Slam Poetry Trio Gives Powerful Performance on National TV about the Failures of Modern Education
"The greatest lessons are the ones you don't remember learning."  Belissa Escobedo, Rhiannon McGavin, and Zariya Allen, members of the Get Lit organization perform "Somewhere...
Nonlinear Warfare - A New System of Political Control (2014)
A short film by Adam Curtis screened during Charlie Brooker's review of 2014 on the BBC; shows the how deliberate undermining of peoples perception of the world, by...