Great Ural Mountains 1997 № 6
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Annotation1. Opening in Ekaterinburg of the memorial to the victims of Stalinist repression. 2. Participation in Yekaterinburg-Russia protest action. 3. The plot of strollers, children.
1. Ekaterinburg. 12 kilometer of the Moscow highway.
October 30, 1996 Crying elderly woman.
The accumulation of people, buses and cars.
People lined up around the memorial to victims of political repression.
At the microphone E.E.Rossel.
Mayor A.M.Chernetsky in the crowd.
Muslim and Orthodox priests.
People are holding flowers and portraits.
People read the names on the memorial wall, light candles, talk about the bereaved relatives.
Flowers and wreaths at the wall.
The crowd at the monument.
Area in 1905. March 27, 1997 People are going to a meeting, it's snowing.
Alternation: residents of Yekaterinburg with banners and slogans, the protesters in the square, people screaming and whistling.
At the microphone the representatives of the city administration.
People are turning to reporters.
July 1997 A woman digging in the trash can near the stalls.
Homeless Teens on the steps of the building.
Teens talking to a journalist.
Children underlie cardboard on stage.
Says head of the Department of Education V.L.Nazarov Yekaterinburg.
Homeless begging for food for adults.
Children eat while sitting on the steps.
Continuation of the interview with V.L.Nazarovym.
Children beg for money on the streets.
Children sit in front of a microphone.
Children playing in the broken crane cab.
People crossing the street.
Homeless walking along the road.
The boy approaches the stalls.
Goods on display.
The boy close-up, close his comrades.
PersonnelRossel EE - Statesman and politician, governor of the Sverdlovsk region, PhD, Doctor of Economic Sciences, an honorary citizen of the Sverdlovsk region, Honored Builder of the RSFSR. Cherneckii AM - Russian politician, Ph.D., Honored Engineer of the Russian Federation, the Mayor of Yekaterinburg.
Calendar10/30/1996 27.03.1997 07.1997
SeasonsAutumn  Spring  Summer 
History; Social life; Childhood and youth