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Through the eyes of the people

Cinema Politica’s Oct. 4 screening, The Suffering Grasses, is an educative and insightful film that reveals the social and political circumstances that Syrian civilians face on a day-to-day basis.
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Freedom to squat

Cinema Politica’s first feature film of the semester, Squat: The City Belongs to Us, is about a Barcelona-based activist group, Miles de Viviendas (Thousands of Homes), who occupy evicted and boarded up buildings and then turn them into inspired homes.
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What makes the man a woman?

Concordia has, over the past couple of years, been slowly adapting their policies to the needs of the…
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So what’s up, docs?

The 1980s may be remembered for Madonna, Tom Petty and Phil Collins—or are those the the Superbowl halftime…
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Sweet dreams are made of this

While the “rags to riches through hard work” narrative may anchor capitalist ethos, it lacks the glamour we…
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Living in dangerous territory

For the last 44 years, Palestinians in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and Arab East Jerusalem have lived…