Fite dem back.
Darryl Mitchell, one of the founding members of Detroit’s League of Revolutionary Black Workers, talks about changing times brought about by revolutionary technology.
Portland enters its third day of occupation with over 1000 people actively holding space at the Chapman Park Camp in downtown. As preparations for the Portland Marathon continue, many are nervous about being fenced in and locked down from 4am till 4pm tomorrow. Despite fears and lively debate and consensus making in the People’s General Read more about Rose City Rising – Day 3 Occupy Portland[…]
They should check out our piece on Tiuna el Fuerte. Hip-Hop of the world, unite!
Listen to Making Contact’s radio show about remixing the revolution here:
Armed with Art examines the integral nature art plays in creating cultural spaces of resilience, romance, resistance and change across Mexico.
Extensive interviews with MENA revolutionaries, Glenn Beck and Hugo Chavez.
In light of the wave of popular uprisings against authoritarian rule across the Arab world the BMedia Collective along with (other groups) will be hosting a special screening of the Battle of Algiers as the next installment of our Cine Club film series.
Underground Culture follows independent street musicians through the subway system of modern day Venezuela. Focusing on their effort to unite and form a collective to legally play on the Metro cars, it discusses their project within the context of a society 10 years after the socialist revolution of Chavez. Through improvised songs, discussions with Metro officials, and interviews with Metro passengers and rappers alike, the film provides insight into the nature of modern day Venezuela and the pockets of independent underground culture that have developed in recent years.