Women’s March on London

Women and allies around the world marched today Saturday, January 21st 2017, for gender equality and human rights, on the awakening of the first day for Donald Trump’s presidency of the United States.

The organisation of the Women’s March on London – which started at the U.S. Embassy in Grosvenor Square and finished at Trafalgar Square via Hyde Park’s Corner, Park Lane, Piccadilly and Pall Mall – estimated a successful final turnout of 100,000 people, exceeding all the previous estimations.

This short video includes clips from the performance of political choir Raised Voices, the crowds and some of the banners found along the rally until it ended at Piccadilly Circus.

This is my first experiment on mobile journalism (or ‘mojo’). The video was filmed with a Huawei P9 smartphone and edited with FilmoraGo (Android) which has its limitations, but bear with me on this, hopefully I’ll get better on coming videos. Feel free to leave your comments with constructive criticism, tips, recommendations, etc.

Author: Oriol Salvador

Journalist with a significant experience creating and managing content for web, social media and online video. Exploring the potential of technology and media to deliver information and entertainment to global audiences.

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