«34» – Afonso Dias, Carlos Cruz, Joaquim Alberto and Xico Braga – Sold out

12 of February of 2020 - 16h00
Auditório do Museu do Aljube
Joaquim Alberto, still from the film “Ecos da Vermelha”, by Bruno Teixeira. Film in production. Director Bruno Teixeira. University of Beira Interior.

At the end of the 60s Progressive Catholics, student workers, young people against the regime, from the most diverse political affiliations, installed themselves at number 34 of the Bairro do C.A.S.I (Child Social Assistance Center), in Vila Franca de Xira. There, the “34” Group was born and with it a cultural pole of discussion and political activity and resistance to the dictatorship.

A conversation conducted by Ana Aranha.

With the presence of students from the Anselmo Andrade Secondary School – Almada, the Mem Martins Group of Schools and the community.

Mandatory registration. Activity in portuguese.

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