„Comme un air de révolte…“ Students in the province of Quebec, Canada have been on strike and in the streets since February. They only met gas, violence and brutality! What began as a provincial policy spat over tuition hikes has transformed itself into a broader movement of contestation, a new spring over „La Belle Province“. Those canadian activists are creating new ways to protest amidst the draconian new laws imposed by a corrupt neoliberal government. In the last few days, Quebec’s student protests have received coverage in French news outlets like Le Monde and Agence France-Presse, in Australia and New Zealand, on Al Jazeera, and in the U.S., including on CNN. If those mainstreamed biased medias are reporting the events, what’s with the silence in the alternative ones? The FSI-Geschichte from the FU offers you a inside look in this new revolt, merging anarchists, communists and populists in a north american context. Chronology of the events, critic, beer and analysis. Auf Englisch mit Simultanübersetzung.
3.6. ab 21 Uhr im Bandito Rosso # Veranstaltungssprache ist Englisch mit Simultanübersetzung# Eintritt wie immer frei#