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16/4 Social Screenings: En Guerre / At War

This time at the "Social Screenings": not a documentary, but a feature film, nominated for Palme d'Or at Cannes in 2018: "En Guerre" ("At War"). The event flow, however, is quite realistic: 1100 employees of an automotive factory are tricked by their managers and risk losing their jobs, but refuse the inevitable and choose to fight, to go to war.

The film will be shown in French, with English subtitles. As always, a short informal discussion afterwards and suggestions for future films are welcome.

Repurpose: New wave of sustainable clothing

Tired of the mainstream clothes on the mass production brands and the tendency of over-consumerism? Bored of your current clothes, but yet not ready to give most of them away? Ever thought of giving your clothes a creative retouch by up-cycling to better boost your individuality? The fast fashion culture has changed our perception on fashion and the culture of valuing clothes.

25/4 Critical Readings - Franz Fanon: The Wretched of the Earth - Chapter 5: "Colonial wars and mental disorders''

For the last session of Fanon's "The Wretched of the Earth" we're taking a bit longer than before – the gap between the sessions is three weeks this time. On April 25, we'll finish with the last chapter "Colonial War and Mental Disorders" + Conclusion and, perhaps, a final discussion about what we've learned from this book.

23/4 Public Assembly

D-Zona collective will host a public assembly, open to everyone interested in learning more about our activities. Propositions and suggestions of those interested in actively collaborating are welcome. Come 23th of April to Pobřežní 8 first floor, near Florenc, at 19:00.

Spanish lessons halted

Due to low attendance to the Spanish classes, we are sorry to halt the activity until enough students will be interested.

If you are, please write an email to d-zona@riseup.net. The possible hours for the lessons would be Wednesdays from 17:00 to 18:00 or Thursdays from 18:00 to 19:00.

Sháníme projektor / looking for a projector!

Na veřejná promítání filmů sháníme do D-zóny projektor, ideálně k dlouhodobému zapůjčení. Nemáte doma nějaký nepoužívaný? Díky!
A děkujeme anonymnímu dárci varné konvice.

We are looking for a projector to organize a public film screening at D-zóna. Do you have one? Thanks!
And thanks to an anonymous donator that provided us a kettle.
 

 

Zima 2019: stálé aktivity // Winter 2019: regular events

Otevírací doba knihovny // Library opening hours:

  • středa // wednesday 16:00-19:00

Přijďte si půjčit knížku nebo využít naši klidnou studovnu.

Katalog: https://svobodnaknihovna.cz | kontakt: radikalni-knihovna@riseup.net

Critical Readings

Every second Thursday at 19:00 in D-zóna (always announced in the calendar and on this web).

Social Screenings

Every second Tuesday evening we show films about social movements from different places and dealing with different struggles

Jazykové kurzy pro všechny

Angličtina: každé pondělí od 17:00 pro úplné začátečníky, od 18:00 pro mírně pokročilé. Probíhá v konferenční místnosti v přízemí.

Czech for antinationalists: every wednesday 18:00-19:00

Rudý antikvariát

K dispozici před D-zónou každý všední den.

2/4 Social Screenings: Human Flow

"Social Screenings" start April with a film, directed by famous Chinese artist and dissident Ai Weiwei, that shows us, in pictures, the story of the ongoing refugee crisis. "Human Flow" follows the flight of refugees in search for safety, shelter and justice, through 23 different countries: from teeming refugee camps to perilous ocean crossings to barbed-wire borders; from the haunting lure of lives left behind to the unknown potential of the future.