Nantes Is Charlie

Three fundamentalist wanted to kill Charlie Hebdo but their actions resulted in an unrepresented wave of unity all across France and support to the weekly news paper. In Nantes alone more around 75 000 people were present on the 10 of January to spread a message of solidarity and tolerance. 

A woman putting a candle on the ground in memories of the 17 victims who lost their life between the 7th and 9th January 2014. Front page of a Charlie Hebdo published in February 2006 "Mohamed overwhelmed  by fundamentalist" "It is hard to be loved by morons". The banner hanging from the window "We are all Charlie. We are all the liberty"

A woman putting a candle on the ground in memories of the 17 victims who lost their life between the 7th and 9th January 2014. Front page of a Charlie Hebdo published in February 2006 "Mohamed overwhelmed  by fundamentalist" "It is hard to be loved by morons". The banner hanging from the window "We are all Charlie. We are all the liberty"

A man holding up a sign saying "The laugh is a Human right" "the joy of life and the revolt of the battle" "It is the liberty that have been murdered"

A man holding up a sign saying "The laugh is a Human right" "the joy of life and the revolt of the battle" "It is the liberty that have been murdered"

People passing by a poster "I am Charlie, Supporting Charlie Hebdo"

People passing by a poster "I am Charlie, Supporting Charlie Hebdo"

Young boy holding his "I am Charlie" sign 

Young boy holding his "I am Charlie" sign 

"Living together free, equal and soldiery"

"Living together free, equal and soldiery"

Young man wearing a hat with a quote from Charb saying "I rather die standing than to live on my knees" 

Young man wearing a hat with a quote from Charb saying "I rather die standing than to live on my knees" 

"I am charlie"

"I am charlie"

"It wasn't Islam, I am Charlie, I am Muslim" 

"It wasn't Islam, I am Charlie, I am Muslim" 

"To give up to your freedom is to give up on your quality of man, the right of Humanity even to your duties" Jean Jacques Rousseau. 

"To give up to your freedom is to give up on your quality of man, the right of Humanity even to your duties" Jean Jacques Rousseau. 

The crowd overwhelming the city center of Nantes

The crowd overwhelming the city center of Nantes

A man in a wheelchair holding a sign saying "Nor god, nor master, nor moron"

A man in a wheelchair holding a sign saying "Nor god, nor master, nor moron"