“All of us in the movement are answering the call of our conscience. That your particular problem, of your family, your sister, brother, friend are shared problems. They are collective, global problems.”
Natasha was a protester and member of the ‘Spanish Indignados’ also known as the Indignants Movement. In the spring and summer of 2011, tens of thousands of Spain’s youth gathered and occupied public squares to denounce their country’s undemocratic and corrupt political and economic systems, and to fight for what they consider to be basic human rights: home, work, culture, health and education.