Wednesday, October 5th, 7-10pm

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Join us for a film screening of Echos of Rupture produced by Spanish media collective Camara Negra. Based on interviews with Syrian activists displaced to Turkey, this film tells the story of the Syrian revolution from the perspective of its participants—not the geopolitical perspective common in the mainstream media, nor the discourse of terrorism repeated by the American and Assadist regimes alike.

Solidarity with the Syrian revolution begins with hearing the perspectives of those who participate in it, and this film is a step towards that.

Flyer for event: https://conflictmn.blackblogs.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/125/2016/09/echos.pdf

Echos of Rupture: https://tahriricn.wordpress.com/2015/06/15/syria-film-ecos-del-desgarro/

Camara Negra: http://camaranegra.espivblogs.net/

The Most Important Thing: Reflections on Solidarity and the Syrian Revolution https://thehamiltoninstitute.noblogs.org/post/2016/05/13/the-most-important-thing-two-speaking-tours-and-the-syrian-revolution/

Facebook event here.

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