Sunday, September 21, 2014

Resources for September 21, 2014

Nacpil, Lidy, et al. "A People’s Climate Movement: Indigenous, Labor, Faith Groups Prepare for Historic March." Democracy Now (September 19, 2014)

"Livestream: People's Climate March." Democracy Now (September 21, 2014)

Foderaro, Lisa. "At Climate Change March in New York, a Clarion Call for Action." The New York Times (September 21, 2014)

Durodié, Bill, Sibel Edmonds, and Rebecca Gordon. "Social Destabilization Tactics Post 1989 (The Terrifying Business of the War On Terror)." Unwelcome Guests #694 (August 23, 2014)

Romney, Jonathan. "Film of the Week: God Help the Girl." Film Comment (January 17, 2014)

Newman, Kim. "Guardians of the Galaxy: Marvel calls up its reserve superheroes for a rambunctious outer-space caper." Sight and Sound (August 21, 2014)

Cheney, Matthew. "What is Composition?" Press Play (September 2, 2014)

Shaviro, Steven. "A Brief Remark on Zero Dark Thirty." The Pinocchio Theory (January 18, 2013)

Blueford, Jeralynn, et al. "No Justice, No Peace: Families of Police Brutality Victims Speak Out." We are Many (June 2014) ["Police brutality is a growing epidemic in the United States. Every day there is a story of beatings and killings perpetrated by cops, most often, but not exclusively, perpetrated against youth of color. This panel looks at not only some of the cases and what they tell us about the nature of policing in the US today, but also discusses the struggles of families, friends, and activists for the real justice that is so elusive in this country."]

Mandarino, Grant. "Photography and Marxism." We are Many (June 26, 2014) ["This talk provides an introductory overview of critical approaches to the subject of photography over the course of the 20th century, with particular attention paid to the question: How do photographs shape our experience of the world? The presentation focuses on how Marxists have dealt with this medium and its ability to harness or subvert ideological positions both in practice and theory."]

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