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Manifest Hope in DC

Posted in GETV Episode by ekai on the January 27th, 2009

On this eve of historic change in America, we visit the Manifest Hope: DC gallery exhibition in Washington, DC. Manifest Hope: DC is a hopeful and moving collection of works by over 100 of the nation’s artists, celebrating the grassroots movement that ushered Barack Obama into the presidency.

First time guest “Change Correspondent” Ali Bates Fisher speaks with Yosi Sergant, curator and producer of the exhibition, as well as a few of the exhibiting artists, Aniakon, Ron English, Margaret Cusack and Derek Gores. This was a momentous time to be in Washington, something most of the world won’t soon forget.

Episode links: Manifest Hope: DC, Yosi Sergant, Ron English, Margaret Cusack, Derek Gores, Shepard Fairey,

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Election Night in San Francisco

Posted in GETV Episode by ekai on the November 5th, 2008

After seeing that the old confederate state of Virginia went and voted for Obama, the GETV crew make some history of its own by pulling an all-nighter and doing a first-ever spot-news deadline episode! BUT ITS CUZ OBAMA IS PRESIDENT ELECT! We had to go out and party with the people of San Francisco and stop by the Current TV and Digg party to show you what it was like out here in the West Coast of A.

Episode links: Barack Obama