Duration : 35 min

Country : UK

Release : 2019

Director : Fan Sissoko, Virginia Nimarkoh

Language : English

Subtitles : none

Dive deep with us into the radical history of Brixton, UK. 6 younger and older residents of Railton Road explore what activism means to them on a deeply personal level as they discuss the well documented Brixton Uprising and the lesser known histories of queer activism and squatting. They also reflect on the changing face of Brixton. As the neighbourhood attracts a less diverse crowd, the spaces where people could come together, dream together and change the world together are threatened. What will remain of this history in the face of gentrification?


December 4, 2020
LAB 111



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