"Herriak Bizirik" is a documentary of 60 minutes with a brief summary of what happened in Itoitz and Artozki before and after evictions and demolitions. It focuses on one hand on the experience and reflections of the neighbors and the other in the resistance was preparing and readying in both locations. It is a video release of a resistance that can be transferred to other locations in danger. It is explained as has each tuned technique used, as is done, materials etc. This is the third video taken collectively and that has been exhibited in the information and informative talks on the fight against Itoitz swamp the Solidarity group with Itoitz has done.
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