Is This Our Land? Review of ‘An Immigrant’s Manifesto’

A new form of global class structure has evolved in which white parents in the developed world hire nannies from Cameroon or the Philippines to leave their own children and come look after white ones in the west

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Grace Abounding: A Review of “A Prayer for Compassion” Screening for Winnipeg VegFest

“First live a compassionate life. Then you will know,” a quotation from the Buddha, passes across the screen as the film starts. Thomas Wade Jackson was in Unity of New York – a metaphysical, new-thought…

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Sorry to Bother You — With My Accent

Written and directed by Boots Riley, “Sorry to Bother You” is a futuristic, humorous, damningly anti-capitalist film. It was Riley’s entrée to film direction. Though it could have been shorter, the film succeeds on many…

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No Apology For Heroism: Linda Sarsour

The Social Planning Council of Winnipeg (SPCW) evolved into an organization dedicated to equity, social justice and change. SPCW marked its centenary with “Sorry Not Sorry: Unapologetically Working for Social Justice,” a panel discussion on…

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