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Posts Tagged with "Tahrir Square"

Memories of Maroon

May 17, 2012

His name is almost legendary: Russell “Maroon” Shoatz, an affiliate of the Black Panther Party, activist and Black revolutionary.

Egypt revolution youth form national coalition

February 12, 2011

The uprising in Egypt has been widely attributed to the youth primarily because of their Jan. 25 Internet initiative to rally against police brutality using their “We are all Khaled Said” Facebook page that commemorates a young man beaten to death by police.

Victory for Egypt’s leaderless revolution

February 12, 2011

The Egyptian revolution was successful because it had no leaders, only coordinators of bottom-up energy. This new form of leadership among Egypt’s – and ultimately the world’s – young people suggests there will be many more such surprises in the future, both at home and abroad.

Egyptian security forces attack Gaza protesters

December 31, 2009

Egyptian security forces were attacking protesters in Tahrir Square, at the core of downtown Cairo, after they sat down in the middle of a busy Cairo street, protesting the imprisonment of the people of Gaza. Others were literally barricaded inside their hotel, the entrance surrounded by steel riot barriers. It is pandemonium.

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