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Egypt…the revolution keeps revolving (Today’s “Women’s March”)

Today saw Egypt’s women come out in force to march against the regime’s treatment of female protestors, its policies toward women, the antidemocratic policies of the military junta, and the lack of women’s rights in Egypt generally (see footage below). … Continue reading

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Now that Mubarak is gone, Egypt is free and democratic!

For example, you can now protest and practice free speech without fear of police or army repression. If you are a woman, you can feel safe in the streets and well-protected by the government. An ample space was given for … Continue reading

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This woman is my hero

(starts at :50)

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Nir Rosen: Um, I didn’t mean that

Nir Rosen’s disavowal of his rash twitter comments, here, is so sensitively articulate and so razor-sharp that it deserves to be read for its own sake. He said some brash things. He talked on Twitter as if her were talking … Continue reading

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