Archive for the ‘protest’ Category
Posted by Dave (The Void) on January 25, 2008
In the sixties too, the U.S. was engaged in an unpopular, unjustifiable and ultimately unwinnable war. Then, a whole generation of young men were drafted to fight, to die, and to kill in Vietnam. This is the story (50 mins) of how those young men said “no”.
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Posted by michaelgreenwell on October 6, 2007
A film about the errrmmm… ‘enthusiastic’ policing at the FTAA protests in Miami 2003
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Posted by Dave (The Void) on September 21, 2007
A dramatic portrait (87 mins) of radical broadcaster and human rights activist Jean Dominique, and of the political struggle in Haïti. (h/t Fanonite)
Speaking of Haiti, here‘s a shocking piece of news conveniently buried by the disappearance of Madeleine McCann a few months ago.