Generation Revolution is a rare document of Black British life in the 21st century and a unique exploration of engagement with grassroots politics. The film follows the lives of young people and their groups as they organise around issues such as police brutality, gentrification, homelessness and migrant rights.
Generation Revolution is an essential teaching and research tool for:
- Race & Ethnic Studies, Black Studies, African American Studies
- History, Politics, Sociology, Women’s Studies
- Film & Documentary
“Generation Revolution is a stunning portrayal of the struggle for human rights. It is sure to become a major teaching tool in the hands of those who support social justice.”
Molefi Kete Asante, Professor of African American Studies, Temple University (US)
“Generation Revolution is a valuable resource for any student or scholar of social movements, politics of change or informal education.”
Dr Cassie Earl, Co-Director of the Centre for Knowledge, Culture and Society, University of Bristol (UK)
A Public Performance Rights (PPR) license grants educational institutions and/or non-profit organisations a limited license to exhibit a film for non-commercial use, and to include the film in their library.
This licence is necessary for any educational or non-commercial screenings that take place outside of a classroom setting. The film will dispatched as a physical DVD.
English subtitles and hard of hearing versions are available upon request.