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posted by Video ninja in on Feb 18, 2016 - View profile

Montreal

2016; un hiver de résistance / 2016 Winter Resistance

A SubMedia event


7:00pm
- 11:00pm
Thursday February 25 2016

Venue: Café L'exode
Address: 255 Ontario est
Cost: pwyc
Accessibility: all accessible

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English below subMedia.TV présente: 2016; un hiver de résistance La premier d'une série d'événement visant à faire connaître SubMedia TV à la communauté francophone (enfin; des sous-titres!) Jeudi le 25 février 2016 @ Café L'Exode, la coop de l'association étudiante du Cégep du Vieux Montréal 255 rue Ontario, local 3.84 Métro Berri-UQAM Vous y verrez: Les derniers épisodes de It's the end of the world as we know it and i feel fine, What is Autonomy; le premier court de la série "A is for anarchy", une série vidéo mensuel, visant à expliquer les concepts anarchistes, ses théories et idées Et une interview avec Ajamu Nangwaya, un éducateur militant au sein de Campaign to End the Occupation of Haiti, Organization of Afrikan Struggles and International Solidarity et Network for the Elinination of Police Violence Et plus!! Contribution Volontaire Le Café L'Exode est accessible pour les personnes à mobilité réduite En collaboration avec l'Association Étudiante du Collège Dawson __________________________________ subMedia TV is proud to present: 2016 so far; a winter of resistance As part of a series of screenings to bring subMedia.tv to the francophone community On thursday february 25th 2016 @ Café l'Exode ; the student union run café in Cégep du Vieux Montréal 255 Ontario street, room 3.84 Metro Berri-UQAM Featuring: the latest episodes of It's the end of the world as we know it and i feel fine, What is Autonomy, the very first “A is for Anarchy” a monthly video series that breaks down anarchist concepts, theories and thoughts. And an interview with Ajamu Nangwaya, Ph.D., an educator. He is an organizer with the Campaign to End the Occupation of Haiti, and the Organization of Afrikan Struggles and International Solidarity and the Network for the Elinination of Police Violence And more!! This event is PWYC the venue is wheelchair accesible Sponsored by the Dawson College Student Union Network for the Elimination of Police Violence.

Organizer:sithninja@riseup.net

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