Premiering Sunday, November 11 8 pm ET on the 100th anniversary of Armistice on Free Speech TV
- Sunday, November 11 – 8:00 pm ET
- Monday, November 12 – 4:00 pm ET
- Monday, November 12 – 9:00 pm ET
- Tuesday, November 13 – 8:00 pm ET
- Wednesday, November 14 – 4:00 pm ET
- Friday, November 16 – 3:00 am ET
- Friday, November 16 – 8:00 pm ET
- Saturday, November 17 – 8:00 pm ET
- Sunday, November 18 – 3:00 pm ET
How to Watch
- DISH - Free Speech TV, channel 9415,
- DirecTV - Free Speech TV, channel 348
- Spectrum - Free Speech TV, channel 1301 in Manhattan
- FiOS - Free Speech TV, channel 39 in Manhattan
- Sling TV - Free Speech TV, channel (no channel number)
- Roku - Free Speech TV app
- Apple TV - Free Speech TV app
Following the broadcast, the program will be available on-demand at freespeech.org, and on Roku and Apple TV on the FSTV apps.
Immediately following the premiere, at 9 pm ET, join us for a LIVE Twitter chat with Medea Benjamin to discuss the future of American militarism. Tweet at @codepink using the hashtag #DivestfromWar. For support to plan a Town Hall on Militarism watch party and discussion, contact Ryan@codepink.org.
What does a path forward to divest the United States from its war economy look like? Can we, as a nation, break our addiction to militarism? These are just some of the questions leading experts from around the country tackle in the Town Hall, a joint project by CODEPINK, Free Speech TV and Manhattan Neighborhood Network.
Hosted by our own Ariel Gold, the CODEPINK: Town Hall on Militarism discusses the costs of militarism, weapons and war, and examines the effect and workings of the U.S. military-industrial complex, before looking at what work is taking place in the U.S. and around the world to end militarism and build a more just and peaceful world. The lively conversation features a message from Representative Ro Khanna panelists William Hartung, director of the Weapons and Securities Project at the Center for International Policy; Ciara Taylor, membership manager of The People’s Forum; Ann Wright, former U.S. Army Colonel and U.S. diplomat; and Angelo Pinto, senior attorney working with The Advancement Project’s Ending Schoolhouse to Jailhouse Track and Justice Project.