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Generation Revolution

Red at Tate

Some sixty people were in the audience at Tate Exchange as CMCI’s Dr Red Chidgey chaired a discussion on the Productivity of Protest as part of their Time Well Spent programme.

The event included a free screening of the documentary film “Generation Revolution”, which follows two Black-led grassroots groups attempting to create radical change.

Included in the discussion were the film’s directors, Cassie Quarless and Usayd Younis, alongside Sarah Walker, spokesperson for the English Collective of Prostitutes.

Red is lecturer in Gender and Media at CMCI and the event connected with her current research around protest memory.

Photo by Indre Neiberkaite. Copyright: Tate.

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