Le fond de l'air est rouge: Booklet launch
Presented in collaboration with OPIRG's 'Q' series and the SGPS
Le fond de l’air est rouge is a collection of texts about the 2012 Quebec student uprising by Montreal artist and activist Stefan Christoff. Written between spring 2011 and summer 2012, this series of articles includes first hand accounts of the incredible street protests in Montreal and reflections on the student strike within the context of Quebec revolutionary history. Published by the Howl! Arts collective, this zine brings movement-based reporting originally published online into a physical format. The goal of the zine is to create a piece of cultural documentation on a key moment in Quebec popular history.
*With presentations by:
Stefan Christoff is a writer, community activist and musician based in Montreal.
Louis-Philippe Véronneau is a student activist based in Montreal, who in 2010 started to organize within the Quebec student movement after beginning studies at Collège de Maisonneuve. Louis-Philippe has since been active within SOGÉÉCOM, a major local union under the umbrella of Association pour une solidarité syndicale étudiante (ASSÉ). Currently Louis-Philippe collaborates with the Research & Academic affairs committee in ASSÉ.
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