Cinema of Resistance: Society Spotlight

Accessible forms of activism and education are only becoming more crucial. That’s why I recently joined the Cinema of Resistance, an LSE society that screens and discusses independent documentaries in the context of social inequalities.

I’m particularly looking forward to our upcoming screenings of ‘3 and 1/2 Minutes, 10 Bullets’, ‘This Is Our Country Too’, and ‘A Syrian Love Story’. This society is about actively shaping our own minds, highlighting injustices and connecting us: whether it’s to victims of gun crime in the US, injustices faced by Australian Aboriginals, or the humanity of finding love in a war zone. Don’t hesitate to join and become a part of the conversation.

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