Picnic in the park: What does radicalism mean today?

In this filmed discussion over a picnic in the park, volunteers chew over the meaning of radicalism today. Selfies and hashtags may be popular forms of expression for campaigners but do they constitute new forms of protest? Does what they express from cancer awareness to the kidnapping of girls represent radicalism today? As no one is for the kidnapping of girls or a terrible disease, one volunteer points out, they are challenging nothing. Another points out that being radical now seems to be mainstream and being ‘anti-capitalist’ the badge of a good citizen. Radicalism and so called radicalisation is also feared as holding strong views, making judgements and taking sides is seen as bad news. The discussion raises numerous questions and your thoughts would be most welcome.