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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