WSF Mumbai: Protest, song and dance.
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Summary: Footage from WSF Mumbai, where people from many countries and states in India sloganeer and perform folk dances in support of their causes. There are various groups. Some wear their traditional costumes and perform, some have slogans on their t-shirts. Some carry banners, hold placards, sloganeer and sing. There is either music or chanting as the multicultural colourful groups march or dance by.
Japanese Drummers performing and cheering in traditional costume
Slogans - Lets create a world without war. Let's create solidarity of..... Confronting multinationals -International center for Labour Solidarity.
international center for labour solidarity
NSE Complex, Goregaon, Mumbai
Article 9, sometimes referred to as the 'No War Clause' was accepted to be inserted into the Japanese constitution after World War 2 . It seeks to delegate or limit sovereign powers in favour of collective security. Education for All - All Means Disabled children as well.
People wearing signage with the differently-abled children in wheelchairs behind.
Article 9" World Future, Peace!!
Education for All - All Means Disabled children as well.
We are citizen's too!
Education is our right too!'
Performing activists from Kerala put on a performance with ropes. At the end of the dance, they throw the rope around the head of the women who are on the floor. The act symbolises the oppression of women
Multicultural group dancing in a circle.
Placards: Land First 1 - Chattisgarh
land first international
Group dancing in a circle.
Land First International, and other networks from different parts of the world have joined hands in the effort to address issues like land reforms, loss of livelihood, the need for dignity, food security and an alternative developmental paradigm. This process is largely being called a Land First International (LFI). There are various groups representing different states in India as well as different countries across the globe to illustrate this global movement.
Placards: England, Gujarat, Bangladesh, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Land First Mela- Ekta Parishad, Orissa, Bihar, West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh, Japan, Tripura
Make Tibet a zone of peace, Tamil Nadu
"Bol bol bol bhaiya Zindabad bol."
'Land First - Zindabad!'
Ekta Pratibandhi Samiti
Green or orange saree-clad women from Pondicherry Tamil Nadu, play drums
In the poster, a fisher woman is being pulled by then Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu - J Jayalalitha and then Prime Minister of India - Atal Bihari Vajpayee in different directions while a man dressed as Uncle Sam, representing the WTO hits her on the head making her bleed
"?Not clear? Mapatha"
Lok Vikas Samajik Sanstha - established 1998.
"Awaaz do!" (Raise your voices)
All: "Hum ek hain" (We are one)
Ensure Child Rights
Join Bal Hakk Abhiyan
Another world is People's World - Tamil Nadu, Pondy
Social Action, Another world is possible.
Central Government, World Trade Organisation, State government - Tirunelveli Tuticorn Districts Beedi
Workers Union - Tamil Nadu, Protect Labour Rights
workers union - tamil nadu
world trade organisation
Camera cuts through performers in yellow t-shirts, to catch the Land Rights Group again
Ekta Parishad, Kala Munch (not visible) Parishad, Dist Dhar (M)
Walking with the Land First group of different ethnicities, in their traditional costumes performing through dance and music
In one of the groups, the men are dressed in bright green shirts and orange turbans. Most of them are carrying bows as they dance in step with women dressed in bright orange saris
A group of mainly women activists, who look at pamphlets as they walk past.
Ekta Parishad Gujurat, c/o Manav Kalyan, Bhakti Nagar Police Line, 02175 220085/ 22142. Khedbrahma Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Slogans: Burma Prison State,
Solidarity Tent for Burma
"Free free free Burma"
"Free Free Aung San Suu Kyi"
Picture of Aung San Suu Kyi
National Forum of Forest People and Forest Workers
A large group with sloganeering for the release Aung San Suu Kyi
Korea mein Chin Mein Japan Mein Hum Amrika Mein
Hum Hain Hindustan Mein
Chorus: Kya Goray Kya Kale, Hum goray kale ek hein.Aman ke hum rakhwale
(We are in Korea, China, Japan, America and India, black or white we are one, we)
"Free Free Free Burma".
Hum Rus mein hain hum hain Pakistan Mein, Hum duniya ke har sachhe insaan mein
(We are in Russia and Pakistan , we are in every honest person in the world.)
Hum maaon ke armaan bechte nahin, hum bachoon ki muskan bechte nahin
(We don't sell the dreams of mothers and we don't sell the smiles of children)
... aur barood ke bazaar mein hun insaanon ka khun bechte nahin
(..we dont sell the blood of human beings in the market of bombs.)
Progress to WSF and beyond - Pakistan and beyond, STOP
Inside the hall the camera person follows the artists and speaks with them
SA: How old is this song, because even we sing it.
Another world is possible!!!! For sale.
All public sectors are for the people. We unite now and oppose globalization.
Water is for the people. You don't sell the people!
Doll with this placard hanging around neck
Activists dressed in traditional Nagaland shout slogans , An NTUI group from Assam sing a song while they do their traditional dance the Bihu
Badge on Assamese Bihu dancer - (New Trade Union Initiative) NTUI.
Jorahat college. Jorhat, Assam, India, Asia. Cultural Educational troupe to World Social Forum, Mumbai (unclear) 21 January - 2004