We Are Many reveals the story behind the largest global protest in human history. On February 15th 2003, 30 million people protested against the USA and UK’s plans to invade Iraq. Demonstrations spread across 789 cities, in 72 countries, covering every continent.
This fearless, thought-provoking documentary details the remarkable story behind the first ever global demonstration. While the protests did not stop the Iraq War, the movement inspired a new generation of activists. The legacy of the demonstrations continued to influence campaigners across the world; including activists in Egypt during the Arab Spring as well as Black Lives Matter campaigners in the United States. Featuring testimony from organizers, activists, celebrities, and politicians including Danny Glover, Mark Rylance, Ken Loach, Noam Chomsky, Brian Eno, Damon Albarn, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, and more, We Are Many provides a unique insight in to the protest itself and the global context which led to the marches. In English. Not Rated. Director: Amir Amirani (UK 2015) 100 min.
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