Robots don't cry: trio dance 'popping' multiculturalism away in Athens

Article published on April 25, 2012
Article published on April 25, 2012

They don't have enough money to attend professional dance schools, so the street becomes their education. This trio of youngsters aged between 17-22 are one of the positive signs of multiculturalism in the Greek capital. They meet everyday at Syntagma Square, and spend the day together, dancing until dusk, joined by friends here and there. We meet the Albanian, Bulgarian and Greek urban dancers, who shun the problems of a city which was once their parent's 'American dream'. This video is part of the fifth edition in cafebabel.com’s 2012 feature focus series on 'multiculturalism in Europe'. Many thanks to the team at cafebabel Athens