At no point did the officers acknowledge her while they spoke and laughed amongst themselves.
The police car was so close to driving this man over. Off screen, a police officer tells him to get up and move.
This is a photographer who was caught in the chain and was shoved to the ground.
The students were slowly being pushed away from the building, but stood their ground right here, in a peaceful demonstration. They sat, mostly in silence.
She kept asking ‘What did I do? What did I do?’
These are the faces in the crowd.
‘It’s funny how a group of unarmed students can pose such a huge threat to an organisation such as the government.’
You never quite understand what a fleeting moment is between life and death until you are in a situation like this.
A lot of these students were terrified for their lives, but still showed up.
Students ran at the sound of warning shots and police advancements.
These are not photographs of a man being shielded by the authorities from ‘violent’ protestors.
This is a photo of a peaceful protestor, man-handled for absolutely no reason.
Words and photographs by Tsoku Maela