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Screening | Sisters in the Struggle (16mm) | Feb 28th, 5:30pm, Concordia University

1515 Ste. Catherine St. West
Visual Collections Repository (VCR), Room EV. 3.703
Montreal QC H3G 2W1


Archive/Counter-Archive Special 16mm Screening Night: Sisters in the Struggle

For all analog film lovers, the Archive/Counter-Archive student researchers will present a 16mm film print of π™Žπ™žπ™¨π™©π™šπ™§ π™žπ™£ π™©π™π™š π™Žπ™©π™§π™ͺπ™œπ™œπ™‘π™š this Tuesday, February 28th. Come join us for this very special screening! This event is organized by Archive/Counter-Archive and supported by the VCR film collection.

Date: 02/28/2023
Location: Mini Cinema (EV. 3.703), Concordia University.

*The event is free*
*seats are limited
First come, first serve*

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directed by Dionne Brand and Ginny Stikeman
49 min
Sisters in Struggle explores the diversity, vision and impetus of the contemporary Black women's movement in Canada. The women in this film are active in community work, electoral politics, and labour and feminist organizing. They contribute analysis and personal testimonies on Canada's legacy of racism and sexism.