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DEFIANT LIVES gathers Montreal activists and director Sarah Barton for an urgent discussion on the disability rights movement today.
The timely European doc was followed by a panel discussion with Montreal activists on media representation of refugees and working against immigration policies in Canada.
CP Concordia’s Black History Month screening gives Toronto east-side community an empowered voice
A look at the politics behind this uncompromising, anti-colonial classic with tremendous aesthetic, political, cultural and historical relevance.
CP Concordia screens three docs on Indigenous and allied resistance to land exploitation
CP and First Voices Concordia Screen Six New Works

Fake it until other people make it

Posted by concordia on Wednesday, December 13, 2017

G.B. Jones comes to Concordia for Canadian premiere of QUEERCORE.

Tasha Hubbard Moves Mountains with BIRTH OF A FAMILY

Posted by concordia on Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Cinema Politica Concordia Teams Up with RIDM for BIRTH OF A FAMILY: A Discussion of Compensation and Challenging the Colonial in Canadian Identity

Nowhere to Hide by Narcy, Inspired by the film

Posted by concordia on Thursday, November 16, 2017

Hip-hop artist and activist Narcy wrote down his thoughts after viewing the documentary NOWHERE TO HIDE.
Director Sabaah Folayan brings a powerful film and powerful words to Montreal
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