Don't Rain On Our Parade + A Few Things I'd Like to Tell You
Every June, Warsaw is taken over by thousands, if not tens of thousands of people. The magical crowd takes the streets, sidewalks, squares and parks. In the capital of the most homophobic country of the European Union, the Equality Parade has been held for over 20 years – an event from the community, for the community, giving visibility and "breath" for the next year to the entire community of excluded and discriminated people. What motivates activists to act? What makes Warsaw gain the status of an enclave of freedom and equality for this one day? And is it really an enclave for everyone?
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