8M: You have to listen to how they sing 'Song without Fear' in Greece

On March 8, millions of women around the world took to the streets. And thanks to social networks we were able to witness how Canción sin Miedo, by Vivir Quintana, is heard from Greece.

Dozens of women burst into the streets of Thessaloniki, also known as Thessaloniki, the second most populous and important city in Greece.

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This is how they sing Song without Fear from Greece

…nothing shuts me up anymore, I have plenty of everything, if they touch one of us, we all answer“. This song by Vivir Quintana became iconic in feminist marches and an emblem of the fight against gender violence and femicide violence.

And it is so recognized that it reached Greece, where dozens of women, playing instruments and singing, performed it from the streets of Thessaloniki. The videos were shared on Twitter and you have to listen… it gives goosebumps.

Dozens of women gathered in the place who sang the song together, in Greek, accompanied by violins, melodicas, cellos and other instruments.

This song was also performed by hundreds of women who marched in Mexico to fight for their rights and against the patriarchal system. This video was taken in Hermosillo, Sonora.

The same song was heard from the esplanade of the Alhóndiga, in Guanajuato. The video shows how the women gathered together and chanted the song with banners and purple scarves in hand.

Song without Fear premiered on March 7, 2020 and was presented for the first time at the Tiempo de Mujeres Festival concert, where it was performed by Mon Laferte, Vivir Quintana and the El Palomar choir.

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