ENAR Foundation awards the movie ‘La Marche’ (The March) – 30 October 2013
The ENAR Foundation will award the movie La Marche (the March) to celebrate one of the first European marches for equality that took place in France in 1983. In 1983, at a time when France could be described as a harbour of intolerance, three teenagers and a priest launched a peaceful march of more than 1000 km between Marseilles and Paris in the name of equality and anti-racism. Despite the difficulties and resistance they encountered, their movement triggered a genuine surge of hope, similar to the inspiring movements of Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. They gathered more than 100 000 people from all walks of life and aimed to give France a new face.
For more information about the movie, please visit www.jemarche.fr
Release 27 November 2013