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MUMIA “Long Distance Revolutionary ” Comes to SAN FRANCISCO – AUG 23-29 at the ROXIE

          [youtube_sc url=”f5B6q1l4Oko” width=”782″ height=”440″ modestbranding=”1″ fs=”1″ iv_load_policy=”3″ rel=”0″ showinfo=”0″]                               AUGUST 23 – 29 / ROXIE THEATER (click for tickets) “’Long Distance Revolutionary’ is a blistering indictment of institutionalized racism and also a sensitive picture of […]

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Check Out Betty Bastidas and Madeleine Blair’s Can’t Hold Me Back: A PBS Online Film Festival Selection

Watch this Great Film it is powerful and Aspiring.   Documenting stories of inspiration and justice, Madeleine Blair and Betty Bastidas founded Maracuya Productions with the hope to bring about change. Their short film Can’t Hold Me Back, is a part of the American Graduate initiative, and is currently streaming as part of the PBS […]

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“THE SUFFERING GRASSES: when elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers” a film on Syria’s troubled revolution by Iara lee Trailer

CoR’s new film, The Suffering Grasses, is now finished and available for screenings. As the conflict in Syria continues to deteriorate, we want the voices of those most affected by the violence to be heard as widely as possible. If you are interested in hosting a Syria solidarity event and want to screen the film, […]

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The Ballot or the Bullet’ Documentary Film Screening and Panel Discussion this Saturday October 22nd (16th National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality)

The Ballot or The Bullet Documentary Starring: A-Alikes (RBG) Directed by Paul Biedrzycki. Runtime: 67mins The Ballot or The Bullet Trailer from guerilla nation on Vimeo     Screening Date: October 22, 2011 6pm (16th National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation) Location: Nicholas Variety Bookstore – […]

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Second Screening of Hip Hop Is Bigger than the Occupation!!!!! Monday June 6th, 2011 @ Alwan

[ Existence is Resistance & Nana Dankwa present: “Hip Hop Is Bigger Than The Occupation” – A documentary about a ten day journey of artists traveling through Palestine, teaching and performing Non Violent Resistance through the arts. The tour included M1 of Dead Prez, Shadia Mansour, Marcel Cartier, Mazzi of Soul Purpose, DJ Vega Benetton, […]

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