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Angels of Hell ~ John Devaraj
Angels of Hell. is a story of social exclusion of the dark Angels of a society "which uses and discards" The politics of exclusion is complete with the practice of sewage drain cleaning by only Dalits in the worlds biggest democracy. In full view of a million eyes day in and day out, men with long bamboo sticks are seen ramming it into manholes unclogging blocked sewage lines. It is not rare to see men of dignity getting bare bodied into manholes with feces floating all around, cleaning with bare hands. What do they lose? What do they gain. Behind the heaps of garbage cleaned up from a wasteful society are mountains of men and women who take home not grand salaries but only the pickings off the garbage and the stink of the sewages! Is this job reserved and preserved for the Dalits alone? What does the state do to provide hygienic job facilities for those who are exposed to such backward unscientific practice? How much does the caste angle contribute in keeping only one section in perpetual suppression? How does the caste matrix work in this machination? of the Hells Angels. The film sees the exclusion of the Dalits from the society through the eyes of Kiran a 12 year old boy Please support Copyright :John Devaraj 2006 email@example.com~ 09886306366
Rosa Epilogue. Rosa was a six year young child . She had the dubious distinction of burying her mother when she was 6 years old. She said O great people of this earth, Hear thee about my birth! I was not asked to be born Nobody asks an unborn! Do you want to be born? My mama didn't ask me... Yet she was thrown, Without a crown, In the Sarjapur gutter! She made no flutter... I was born wild, born a working child. In mama's arms she lay; As she begged her way, She tied me in a rag; And put in a bag. At two weeks age She was a working sage! I learnt to run before I crawled, I crawled before I turned? To every passersby, For one or two pi! A 100 million like me Toiling in this land, take two minutes, To stop by find out ... The mystery... of Rosa Mystica. About Reshmas Story. Reshma came to the Bornfree , very funny, laughing and soft spoken. She was intense and preoccupied experiencing blank spots. When I asked her what was Troubling her...she told me this story...how she came by and her experience with her mother. She was alone whith her mother in her last journey...she took her final resting place. She was barely six. She came across to me as the mysterious rose. I tried to understand her and children like Rosa who at six go through this hell. Children of the poor and homeless begin to toil as soon as they are born. In swaddling clothes nestling in the mothers arms they are on the street begging. John Devaraj Script ~Screenplay ~ Lyrics Music~ Cinematography~ Art Direction ~ Direction JOHN DEVARAJ
Three beautiful Words~ John Devaraj
Shilpa and Meena at 8 years age woke up every morning at 5 am, walked 5 kms to the flower market: Bought a bundle of rose at Rs 40 each, walked hack 6 kms to JP Nagar Traffic Junction and sold roses to passers by halting at the signal. Each day they made Rs 400 earned Rs 12 000 a month and supported their drunken fathers. Liberated by the Bornfree Art School, They are now in 6th Standard. 30kms away from bangalore are big White ghost Tents where litttle girls cut 10 000 roses a day earning Rs 20 a day.It is flown to International flower market in Holland and distributed at 2 Euro a rose. offering roses to your lovers express the most profound feelings. But the roses cut by children express pain and social trajedy. Next time, on Valentines day offer a rose to your lover and say those Three beautiful Words STOP CHILD LABOUR
Amazing Indians【 Labour of love 】
TIMES NOW this week brings some incredible story of some Indians who have changed lives like John Devaraj, Founder, Born Free Art School in Bangalore. Download the Times Now India's Election HQ app and get all the election info at one go. Click here: http://bit.ly/1iwcRBr Social Media Links :- Facebook - http://goo.gl/CC7rGc G+ - http://goo.gl/O1iEp5 Twitter - http://goo.gl/uHYsqP Also visit our website - http://goo.gl/XPUXe8 To Stay Updated Download the Times Now App :- Android Google Play : https://goo.gl/zJhWjC Apple App Store : https://goo.gl/d7QBQZ
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Ananda~ An ode to joy
Ananda : an ode to joy; is the first full length feature film being made by freed and working children of India. It is produced by the Bornfree Art school www.bornfreeart.org It is about war and education. It is a story of stories of toiling children in India who are 134 million out of the 246 million toiling children of the world. We want pens not guns, we want buns not bombs. we want life not death. hatred is not sacred. War and defence expenditure is directly contributing to the millions and millions of child labourers. poverty Hunger, starvation, homelessness. How do beautiful children become child slaves? It is all being revealed in Ananda.by over twenty children profiled. 300 children acting.Real time story~ real time actors. See them all. Filmed in guerilla combat style, revealing the truth in moving pictures. STOP CHILD LABOUR. Support the making of Ananda. Become a producer of Joy. Contribute little and make the story big for the world to hear. Liberate toiling children of the world. Contribute to the culture of liberation.
Born Free Art International
PEACE BY CYCLE
This is PEACEBYCYCLE, cycling 2869kms from Bangalore to Lahore. For the cause of liberation of toiling children, friendship between India and Pakistan, former working and street children launched cycling, carrying good will of people of India to people of Pakistan. The journey started on the 1st November 2008, with 35 cyclists. This is initiated by the Bornfree Art School International, Bangalore, India. ( http;//www.bornfreeart.org)
Born Free Art International
Show red card to child labor
246 Million working children in India and the world. Show red card to child labour. Enjoin the Bornfree moment for the liberation of toiling children. Enrol into the Red card football tournament, Art, Music, dance, film photography festival. log on to www.bornfreeart.org Show red card to child labour.
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