Everyday Revolution # 274

Everyday Revolution

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  • Director/Anthropologist: Andrea Goytre
  • Year of Release: 2012
  • Duration: 25 mins
  • Country of Production: UK
  • Location: Valencia, Spain
  • Ethnic Group: White
  • Language: Spanish (English)

In the context of the Spanish crisis, people try to invent and put into practice new ways of fighting the established economic and political powers. Citizens organized in new civil movements create and apply initiatives like time banks or urban vegetable plots. They fight together against unfair Law by means of several forms of peaceful protest. Beyond the practical initiatives these people put into practice, they are proposing an ethical revolution that provokes a real change in people’s values demonstrating that a crisis is an opportunity to change society. Their proposals turn their lives into an everyday revolution.

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