Protest for Alexis Grigoropoulos

Student's protest about to get underway
Immense police presence at both protests of the day
Student's protest ended at funeral of 13 yo Sara, who died in a house fire while heating home due to the fact they had no electricity
Coffin being brought into the church
2,000 people attended the protest that night
Protest ended with clashes between riot police and protesters


Protesters clash with Police at #KillahP Protest

After the murder of antifascist rapper KillaP by a member of Golden Dawn cities throughout Greece held protests; many turned violent including the one in Thessaloniki.
From the start there was a large turnout
Head of protest approaching police blockade
Riot police in front of National Bank of Greece
Police detaining protesters; 36 in total
Member of Ecological Green Party; Banner reads "Golden Dawn? No Thank you!"
Firefighter extinguishing flames throughout the center of Thessaloniki


A Call For Help

I have been documenting protests in Greece for over 2 years now. If there was a protest in the last 2 years chances are I was there; video in hand and have amassed an impressive Youtube collection. It was apparent to me from the beginning though that my equipment (iPod and CyberShot) was completely inadequate and totally obsolete in dark environments and from a distance. I can only get as close to the action as possible and without proper equipment running to the frontlines to film is all for naught if it produces blurry barely recognizable videos. Imagine this video if filmed with this camera. I have been very hesitant these past few years to ask for any monetary assistance; but it has become abundantly clear to me that in the area of equipment; it is as if I am going into a gunfight with a slingshot. After recently being robbed of my iPod, it is now a necessity that I upgrade my equipment. The work that goes into a 3 minute video is far more than you would expect and I do it all because I enjoy it and don't expect anything in return. Though if you are one of my followers who has appreciated my work over the years please consider assisting me in taking my journalistic efforts to the next level and making a small donation with Paypal. Email= A_verias@yahoo.com Or you may use WePay.com by entering an amount and clicking buy below or clicking HERE Buy Now I'll leave you with some of my videos from over the years.