I was born in September, 1970, in Vrbas, Vojvodina, Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRJ). In September of 1991, in Novi Sad, I have been having an exam from the General people’s Defence and Social Self-protection on the topic of “Moral faculties of the JNA Yugoslav People’s Army) soldiers”, while JNA bombs were already dropping on Vukovar. Passed the exam because I could not stop a hysteric laughter. Bombs continued to drop. In September, 2000, I did not vote, because dictatorship cannot be toppled by elections. And it does not. From then till today, one long year that does not end. The echo of bombs, going on. With the female and male comrades from the peace and women’s movement, I dream of revolution.
Place: “Center for Cultural Decontamination (CZKD)”, Belgrade (Serbia)
Interviewers: Marina Gržinić, Sefik Tatlić
Filming: Muzaffer Hasaltay
Editing: Marina Gržinić, Valerija Zabret
Transcript and translation into English: Sefik Tatlić
English editing: Kate Howlett Jones