Around 2,500 people including women, tribals, students, artists, journalists and people with disabilities walked the streets of Kolkata yesterday, with their demand for peace and equality. Called "March4Change", the event brought together a myriad of voices, all against war and oppression. "We are trying to say that we want freedom from being told what to do. We are speaking out against racism, against divisions based on class, caste and religion. We are demanding the freedom to speak what we want to, wear what we want to. We want to have a democratic set up with all its institutions intact," Anu Kapoor, one of the organisers of the march said.