Tuesday, March 3

* See Soviet hockey doc Red Army at Cinema Excentris
* Canada, Public Schooling and Institutional Racism lecture/discussion
* Montreal bands Heat, Beat Cops and Child Actor play Casa del Popolo
* DJs Tazz B2B Chicaiza and Oculist at Salon Daomé

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Learn about the rise of hockey in Soviet Russia, and the game’s role in the Cold War, in a new documentary called Red Army. See our review here. Cinema Excentris (3536 St-Laurent), 3:30, 6 and 9:35 p.m., $10.50/$10 (students & seniors)

As part of the Centre for Gender Advocacy at Concordia’s Thick Skin series, McGill PhD student Rachel Zellars presents a lecture and discussion about Bleeding Geographies: Canada, Public Schooling and Institutional Racism. 1455 de Maisonneuve W. (H-763), 68 p.m., free

Take in some local buzz bands at Casa del Popolo: alt heroes Heat, rock all-stars Beat Cops (feat. members of Priestess and the Stills) and Child Actor. 4873 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $10

Looking for a place to dance? Salon Daomé has you covered tonight with DJs Tazz B2B Chicaiza and Oculist. Le Salon Daomé (141 Mont-Royal E.), 10 p.m., $4/$6 after midnight
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