Janadesh, People's Verdict

General Information

Author/Creator
Alvarez, Enric, director
Language
Hindi, English.
Published
Spain; Barcelona: Fundaci├│ Quepo, DL 2010: 2010.
Physical Description
DVD (58 min.)

Contributors

Contributor
Ampuero, Oriol (director)

Contents/Summary

Summary
Janadesh is the most important non-violent protest movement since Gandhi's times. Over 30 days, 25,000 men and women from the poorest areas of India walked along the 350 km highway that separates the city of Gwalior and the Indian Parliament, in Delhi. Their goal: to start a widespread hunger strike to demand the fair redistribution of land. These warriors without weapons believe that their sacrifice, discipline and personal suffering are better tools than guns to bring about social change.

Subjects

Genre
Documentary films

Bibliographic Information

Holdings

Item Type Current Location Collection Call Number Volume Info Shelving Location Public Note
DVD-ROMOSA Film LibraryOSA Film LibraryFL Record 5190Audio Visual-