Last weekend at a powerful international workshop about the Arab Spring at my school, I not only listened to some incredible scholars and people who experienced the violence discuss what is going on i
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Yemeni revolution envisions restructuring from “ruins of repressive, militarized, corrupt rule” Excerpt, minor editing by Carolyn Bennett from Democracy Now transcript
The Arab Spring, which began in December 2010, confirmed the power of Web 2.0. I remember watching the news about Tunisia, the country where the revolutions began.
When I arrived in Tahrir Square on International Women’s Day last Tuesday, the sight of an overwhelmingly male crowd surprised me.