Tour of Jesse Freeston and Dr. Luther Castillo, “Resistencia” and “Revolutionary Medicine”

Free Simón Trinidad! Support Peace in Colombia! Simón Trinidad (Ricardo Palmera), is a political prisoner, a member of the FARC-EP, who has been held in solitary confinement by the United States government for over 10 years. The Colombian government and the FARC-EP have been locked in a civil war for over 50 years. A former … Continue reading Tour of Jesse Freeston and Dr. Luther Castillo, “Resistencia” and “Revolutionary Medicine”

DePaul Fall 2014 Film Series: Peoples’ Struggles in the Americas

DePaul University Schmitt Academic Center Room 254 2320 N. Kenmore Avenue. Chicago (2 blocks west of Fullerton Red Line) Sundays  at  2pm   October 26              Revolutionary Medicine : The Story of the First Garifuna Hospital Speaker from Honduras Solidarity Network Revolutionary Medicine is a 45-minute documentary by Beth Geglia and Jesse Freeston, who had been … Continue reading DePaul Fall 2014 Film Series: Peoples’ Struggles in the Americas

Fall 2014 Film Series: Peoples Struggles in the Americas

  DePaul University Schmitt Academic Center Room 254 2320 N. Kenmore Avenue. Chicago (2 blocks west of Fullerton Red Line) Sundays  at  2pm  October 26         Revolutionary Medicine: The Story of the First Garifuna Hospital  Speaker from Honduras Solidarity Network Revolutionary Medicine is a 45-minute documentary by Beth Geglia and Jesse Freeston, who had been … Continue reading Fall 2014 Film Series: Peoples Struggles in the Americas

Thursday Cuba Films at Loyola Summer 2014

Loyola University - downtown  Corboy Law Center Room 423 25 E. Pearson (one block north of Chicago and State L stop) Thursdays at 7 pm     July 17       Strawberry and Chocolate  Tomas Gutierrez Alea 1995    108 min This breakthrough film did much to change popular attitudes towards gays in Cuba. Diego, a cultivated homosexual and … Continue reading Thursday Cuba Films at Loyola Summer 2014

Loyola African-Women-Labor-Latin America Film Series Jan-June 2014

Loyola Film Series: Winter-Spring 2014 Afro-American, African, Women, Labor, and Latin America Sundays, 2pm Loyola University (downtown) Corboy Law Center, room 422, 25 E. Pearson Street, Chicago (one block north of Chicago & State Red line L stop) January 12   Negroes with Guns: Robert Williams and Black Power (2004) Williams was a NAACP leader in … Continue reading Loyola African-Women-Labor-Latin America Film Series Jan-June 2014

Afro-American, African, Women, Labor, and Latin America Film Series

Sundays,  2pm Loyola University (downtown) Corboy Law Center, room 422,   25 E. Pearson Street, Chicago January 12     Negroes with Guns: Robert Williams and Black Power (2004) Williams was a NAACP leader in the late 50s –early 60s South who advocated Blacks arm themselves for self-defense as a practical matter of survival against the … Continue reading Afro-American, African, Women, Labor, and Latin America Film Series

On CANTV: Gay Cuba, The History of Cuba’s Policies Towards Gays

Gay Cuba:  The History of Cuba’s Policies Towards Gays  On CAN TV: Thursday July 4,      9 pm            CanTV 21 Thursday July 11,   11:30pm      CanTV 21 Thursday July 18,   9:00pm        Can TV 21 Friday July 26,         7:00 Pm   … Continue reading On CANTV: Gay Cuba, The History of Cuba’s Policies Towards Gays