Monthly Archives: February 2011

A Triumph of Humanity

They did it. After 18 days of mass protest, the people of Egypt overthrew a 30-year dictatorship and opened the door to a real chance at freedom, dignity, and genuine democracy. Like millions worldwide, I sat glued to my computer … Continue reading

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From Jubilation to Rage, the Revolution Grows

Like much of the world, I sat riveted to my computer today, watching live news reports as millions of Egyptians poured into the streets, ecstatic at rumors Dictator Hosni Mubarak might resign in a nationally televised address. He did not. … Continue reading

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Al Jazeera English: Live Stream – Watch Now – Al Jazeera English

History is being made on the streets of Egypt. Al Jazeera English: Live Stream – Watch Now – Al Jazeera English.

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This is What Democracy Looks Like

Day 16 of the protests in Egypt. No one expected such a big turn out today, but people came out in droves, many for the first time. Poor women and women wearing Gucci. Lawyers, workers. Students, teachers. Children, babies. Many … Continue reading

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“The World Supports You Egypt!”

What a week it’s been. I’ve been enthralled by the events in Egypt – deeply moved by the courage and beauty of the protestors, and the possibility that some very real change may come to Egypt and spread throughout North … Continue reading

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