Street Politics 101: Returning to Québec’s Le Printemps Érable

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From the very remarkable anarchist film collective, subMedia.tv a portrait of Quebec's 2012 student movement …

This is a story about how the arrogance of a government, underestimated a dedicated group of students, who through long term organizing laid the foundation for some of the largest mass demonstrations in Canada's history. But it is also a story of how a crews of determined anarchists, educated a new generation of students, in the importance of owning the streets.

In Street Politics 101, subMedia.tv features some of the best footage from what some called "the maple spring." It also features interviews with students, teachers and anarchists involved in one of the most militant rebellions in Quebec.

Music by MIA, Cairo, CJ Boyd, Di Nigunim, Jordan Brown, Mise En Demeure, Godspeed You Black Emperor, Joy Division, Lee Reed, FreqMan, Bar 9

(text from subMedia.tv)

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