Die In 2007 brings theater to the streets

More than one hundred protesters staged a ‘Die-In’, this weekend, to draw attention to the social consequences of a predominant car culture, and the increasing number of deaths caused by cars around the world. “I can’t breathe,” said Andr

More than one hundred protesters staged a ‘Die-In’, this weekend, to draw attention to the social consequences of a predominant car culture, and the increasing number of deaths caused by cars around the world.
“I can’t breathe,” said Andr

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