Loyola Political Film Series November-December 2017

Sundays,  2pm Loyola University (downtown) Corboy Law Center, room  301,  25 E. Pearson Street, Chicago (one block north of Chicago & State Red line L stop)  November 5                 October: Ten Days that Shook the World        Sergei Eisenstein     1928       104 min Soviet silent historical film by Sergei Eisenstein It is a dramatic celebration of the 1917 … Continue reading Loyola Political Film Series November-December 2017

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Fall 2016 Film Series: The Fight Against the 1%

Sundays,  2pm Loyola University (downtown) Corboy Law Center, room  301,   25 E. Pearson Street, Chicago (one block north of Chicago & State Red line L stop) September  18           Shock Doctrine                                  2009       A documentary adaptation Naomi Klein's 2007 … Continue reading Fall 2016 Film Series: The Fight Against the 1%

Report on the International Peoples Tribunal on Leonard Peltier

https://zcomm.org/znetarticle/report-on-the-international-peoples-tribunal-on-leonard-peltier-by-stan-smith/ “Manifest Destiny was a terrible doctrine that cost the lives of millions of our native peoples.” “We are the subjects of the longest undeclared war in the history of the United States.”                 -Dennis Banks   “The FBI is the continuation of historic US policy, the modern day cavalry.”                                  -Bill Means     … Continue reading Report on the International Peoples Tribunal on Leonard Peltier

Political Prisoners in the United States

Leonard Peltier, an activist in the American Indian Movement, whose goal was to organize the native American communities to stand up for their rights. In a Cointelpro style operation, he was sentenced to life for murdering two FBI agents on the basis of fabricated and suppressed evidence. Evidence exonerating Peltier was withheld by the FBI. … Continue reading Political Prisoners in the United States