[May 8th commemoration, part 2 of 2 / Women's Market workers parade]

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  •  Includes shots of a line of people mourning their lost ones while they are slowly making their way out of the graveyard / CU of grave sign "In loving memory..." / line of people leaving cemetery 
  •  Women grieving around various graves / woman grieving over grave / end of commemoration and crowd disperses / audience repeating the national pledge / CU of commemoration flag- prayer continued / shot of audience in Muslim prayer / end of speech / MS of next speaker in white shirt / LS of man with audience, ends speech / CU of man giving speech at May 8th commemoration. 
  •  Women (most of them traditionally dressed) following the rhythms and beats of instruments, out on the streets parading and joyfully dancing to the camera / MS of men playing their bamboo instruments 
  •  Women dancing and carrying banner that reads "Up-gun Market Women Organization. Motto: Togetherness" / crowd of mainly women dancing and singing in the streets. 
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Title:[May 8th commemoration, part 2 of 2 / Women's Market workers parade]
Abstract:Part 2 of footage from the May 8th National Commemoration in 2001. On May 8, 2000, members of the RUF shot peaceful protesters in front of Foday Sankoh's home, killing at least twenty; the protesters were demonstrating against the RUF's violation's of the Lome Peace Accord. Another segment of the tape has visuals of a celebration in the streets.
Sequence:2 of 2
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Date Created:2001/05/08
Topics:armed conflict and persecution
advocacy, activism, and responses to persecution--memorials and commemoration events
economic, social, and cultural rights--social and cultural rights--celebrations
economic, social, and cultural rights--social and cultural rights--gravesites
armed conflict and persecution--peacebuilding
Named Entities:Revolutionary United Front (RUF)
Foday Sankoh
Geographic Focuses:Africa--Sierra Leone--Freetown
Geographic Base:Africa--Sierra Leone
Type of Resource:Moving image
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