Most people don't think of singing when they think of revolutions. However, after WWII, Estonia was occupied by the repressive German regime and later by the Soviet Union. Estonia, a singing culture, was forbidden to sing their national songs. One day, decades later, the young people stood up in the hundreds of thousands. They sang, gathered on the government steps, in the parks, along the roads. Without lifting a fist or raising a weapon, they took their country and their culture back.