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Posted by concordia on Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Cinema Politica Concordia hosted a discussion on gentrification and displacement, urban redevelopment, and affordable housing with Lulu Wei, the director of THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE THIS PLACE, ANYPLACE.

CODED BIAS Discussion with Shalini Kantayya

Posted by concordia on Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Cinema Politica Concordia co-hosted a discussion with CODED BIAS director Shalini Kantayya about racial and gender discrimination that is coded into algorithmic technology ...

CP Concordia is hiring two Events & Coms Coordinators

Posted by concordia on Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Two work study positions are open for the 2020/21 academic year.
The theatre was packed on Monday March 18th, as students and community members gathered for a special evening with Cinema Politica Concordia.
The screening of WHAT IS DEMOCRACY? marked the beginning of an exciting new semester for CP Concordia
THE FEELING OF BEING WATCHED reveals the effects of years of surveillance and suspicion on an Arab-American community.
I AM ROHINGYA reminds us about the urgency of the ongoing Rohingya genocide.
CP Concordia screening highlights the continued urgency of Indigenous decolonization struggles.
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.
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