WSF Mumbai: Performance, protest, song, dance II
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Summary: Footage covering various activist groups sloganeering and performing folk dances in support of their causes during World Social Forum, Mumbai at Azad Maidan. Lots of colourful people from colourful places in India and abroad. There is always the sound of some music, from drums, from cymbal, from musicians on stage, or singing. This is only drowned out by the voices of sloganeering activists
Closing march of WSF down Mahapalika Road, Mumbai, 2004 towards Azad Maidan
Slogans: India Can be different, If we are not indifferent
world social forum
Activists walking down Mahapalika Road to get into Azad Maidan
Slogans: India Can be different, If we are not indifferent,
Make Music not war,
Workers of all countries unite,
Activists walking down Mahapalika Road to get into World Social Forum 2004 closing day venue - Azad Maidan
Police man directing people into Azad Maidan
Walking in through the entrance activists are sloganeering
"---- Zindabad, Zindabad!"
Some activists sloganeering
"Hosh mein aao! Hosh mein aao!"
(Come to your senses)
Slogans: F - - K Capitalism,
F - - K Imperialism.
Zophade todna bandh karo!
(Stop tearing down the slums)
"Nahin Chalega, nahin chalega!"
(This won't do.)
Korean Group walks past. Many of them wear red sleeveless jackets.
Slogans: Combating International Speculative capital
No to Neoliberal Globalisation
Workers unite to build a new world,
People before profit,
South Korean Government stop arresting workers workers for Trade Union activities
No Neoliberals, No Imperialist Wars
Capitalist Greed is spreading misery to the people
Another world is possible, Here Now!
Slogans: Thai Youth Network on Public Campaign
WTO out of Agriculture
Thai Malaysia gas Pipeline
world trade organization
View of Stage, pan of crowd at Azad Maidan. Drummers in yellow t-shirts with dhols
keep beat while their fellow group members dance with cymbal in hand. This can be heard overlapping music coming from the stage. The music they make drowns the numerous other sounds emanating from the background.
Indian Tribal Group Performance. They have green pots with leaves in them, on their heads
A close up look at the drummers in yellow beating away on their dhols
Slogans: Destroy Caste
A Socialist World is possible
F—K Capitalism, F—K Imperialism
Indian Classical musician performing on stage. Shubha Mudgal (vocal), Aneesh Pradhan (tabla) and others
... the place where we set out from yesterday, we find ourselves in the same place today, What did you say, what did we hear,
What did we get out of life, What did we get? Nothing. ... the place where we set out from yesterday, we find ourselves in the same place today, What did you say, what did we hear?
Let's think about what we've done.