Join Cine Club for its November 13 screening of “Las Maestras de la República” at the Embassy of Spain, 2375 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, D.C. 20037… 22 more words
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Zombies are in these days. I don’t mean in your house (though we might not be far away from that…are you zombie ready?). From the Walking Dead to Zombieland to a whole host of living dead themed TV shows, Movies, Comic Books, even… 332 more words
Do you eat food?
If you eat, this movie and discussion evening in Berkeley, California will be packed with stuff you will want to know. For your own sake and the sake of people you care about. 238 more words
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On October 8, 2014, DC Fair Food hosted a beautiful conglomerate of folks involved with food justice. After watching the documentary “Land and Freedom,” we discussed the intersection of urban agriculture, food justice and sovereignty, and labor rights – among other issues that affect us, no matter where we live.
The shortlist for the Quays Culture inaugural Northern Artists’ Film Programme has been announced and I’m delighted that Composition has made the final list!
Members of the community turned out recently for a screening of the documentary “Finally Got the News” (1970), about the League of Revolutionary Black Workers (LRBW). 1,008 more words