GW: One of their main tools is journalism, through the training that was provided to them by Video Volunteers and through this platform that Video Volunteers has given them to share these problems with the world. For Mukesh, this is his first foray into social activism, so it's really his whole life. He's simultaneously working on six or seven stories at once and then actually showing the videos to government officials. A lot of the villagers, particularly the poor and the Dalit, are conditioned not to complain, not to try and change their circumstances, because they've been so oppressed for so long. Mukesh is taking it upon himself to be their voice. And Varsha does the same thing using video. She had been an activist for over 17 years before becoming involved with Video Volunteers, so in addition to the video work she does, she does a lot of civil disobedience, public protests, and community organizing.