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TIMBERLANE REGIONAL SCHOOLS VIRTUAL LIBRARY
Printing a Revolution: The Posters of Paris ’68
NEW YORK TIMES LINK
During the major strikes and student uprisings in France IN 1968, the École des Beaux-Arts turned itself into a workshop for revolutionary messages.
Expo d’art (Art Exhibit):
Noir Desir link (Charlie Hebdo – “Un jour en France”)
One day in France is a title of Noir Désir published on the album 666.667 Club , released in 1996.
Zebda « Le Bruit et l’odeur »
Jean Ferrat (chansons procommunistes)
George Brassens (négatif sur l’église catholique)
Renaud (mouvement de 1968)
CHARLIE HEBDO MAGAZINE
French satirical weekly magazine, featuring cartoons, reports, polemics, and jokes. Irreverent and stridently non-conformist in tone, the publication describes itself as above all secular, skeptic, and atheist, far-left-wing, and anti-racist publishing articles about the extreme right (especially the French nationalist National Front party), religion (Catholicism, Islam, Judaism), politics and culture.