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Malcolm X on The Media

Jason Patterson Malcolm X Interviewed at Intermediate School 201, Harlem, 1964 ¬† Fixed soft pastel on raw canvas, under self leveling clear gel 2016 jasonpattersonart.com    

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Testimonies of Immigrants Who Have Traveled to CU

These testimonies were provided by the C-U Immigration Forum, a local organization made up of immigrants, students, clergy, service providers, labor union representatives, residents and community organizations that are concerned with the plight of immigrants in Champaign County. Jesus It … Continue reading

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IMC announcements

Fun With FOIAs! Workshop with Brian Dolinar & Sarah Lazare Saturday, January 28, 7-10pm at IMC This workshop will give members of the CU community access to the tools for filing their own public records requests under the Freedom of … Continue reading

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Nov. 7/14 Zine Workshops at Urbana Free Library

UFL/IMC Gallery/Urbana Arts Council Zine workshops The theme will be “Telling Our Stories” and it will be held in the glass reading room adjacent to the coffee shop in the Urbana Free Library which will be a co-sponsor for this … Continue reading

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Demands for a Transformed University

On September 9, 2016, a “Rally for a Transformed University” was held at the alma mater on UIUC campus. It corresponded with the release of a list of demands. Led by Black Students For Revolution, the coalition of student organizations … Continue reading

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Radicalize Your Love: Consent Culture Not Toxic Masculinity

I made it a project of mine this year to construct a sort of pedagogy, or theory, of radical love. And people have directed me to all kinds of resources that are really great and radical. My friend Kaitlin¬†pointed me … Continue reading

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“Run, Hide, Fight” Exhibit at IMC Gallery

A new exhibit by U of I art professor Guen Montgomery titled, “Run, Hide, Fight,” will be opening October 15, 6-8pm, and up throughout the month of October.

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Taking Applications for “Open Scene,” IMC’s Youth Media Project

The Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center (UCIMC) and the City of Urbana are happy to launch Open Scene, a project to reimagine downtown Urbana through arts-based dialogues led by youth. Open Scene will be anchored at the UCIMC, a media and … Continue reading

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CU Stands With Standing Rock Fundraiser

November 12, 1-10 p.m. at the¬†Independent Media Center This Standing Rock fundraising event will consist of a mix of live music from local bands, interspersed with presentations from Native American speakers about the current situation with DAPL, Native American culture, … Continue reading

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Oct. 22: Books to Prisoners Book Sale

Books to Prisoners will hold a book sale on Oct. 22, 2016, 10am-5pm at the Independent Media Center. Proceeds help provide postage to send more books to people incarcerated. b2p_oct-22-book-sale

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