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Another one! This is actually one of my fav shorts that I scored this year. Got to bring my jazz influences into the mix. Common Characters, an original doc short directed by Lisa Janae premieres in New York on October 26, 2021, at @PeoplesForumNYC.
The theme for October’s films is Soil and #Sovereignty, where we examine and revive how we imagine our relationships with the land. The films will be covering culture, land struggles, and #agroecology projects from around the world.
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Thursday, Oct. 21 @ 6:30pm
- Wantoks: Dance of Resilience in Melanesia
- Burkinabè Bounty: Agroecology in Burkina Faso
- Pangandoy: The Manobo fight for land, education and their future
- Abuella Grillo
Friday, Oct. 22 @ 6:00pm
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, an earlier work from acclaimed Japanese filmmaker, Hayao #Miyazaki, that advocates against war for the protection of our planet.
How do we unforget collectively? Drawing on his journalism and 2,500 miles of war, gang and government violence, and mass migration, journalist and author @robvato explores how memory and art can help guide us. Join this #booktalk next Wednesday:
Want to conduct your own conjunctural analysis of our current moment? Application is live for our hybrid course: Conjunctural Analysis For Organized Struggle. Apply before the deadline Friday, October 15 for a spot in the class.
This is a series of interviews with scholars, organizers, and leaders of Black liberation struggles across the world. Our host, James Counts Early, has been a longtime thinker, teacher, and collaborator of Afro-descendent movements across the Americas.
Our first episode features James with distinguished historian and writer, Robin D. G. Kelley(@UCLA)! Check out our first episode on YouTube (releasing this Saturday!) to hear their discussion on #identity, racialized #capitalism, and a truly inclusive vision of liberation.
"Kellogs goes on to try and blast us saying 'oh we pay them over 120K a year' but we make about 58K, but we work 7 days a week, 12 hours a day, 16 hours day, day in and day out."