A group of about two dozen young men and women march in single file through a market in Boujdour, wearing red vests, holding a sign, and chanting. Rough translation of their chants: "qualified unemployed..degree holders. Right of operating and employment and positions. ""we Boarded the boats of death, to change the situation. But in the land of impossible our destiny is drowning," "with the struggle and steadfastness, what we wanted to be will be... And rise the victory signs, for Sahrawis managerial staff. Our fathers and mothers, they are our model, and our brothers and sisters, they are our morale." "Greeting from struggle, to all the masses, the masses of Boujdour. Greeting all male and female citizens. Greeting to all unemployed within this city which under the framework of Sahrawis Union of Unemployed....We want to point out important point, from within this market: we are not hooligans, we citizens demand our right to work and the right to live in dignity. From inside this city that under the weight of corruption, and under the weight of marginalization. For five or six years, people here live below the extreme poverty, and the authorities are pursuing a policy to enrich the rich and impoverish the poor."