Revolution 2.0: The Power of the People Is Greater Than the People in Power: A Memoir
Reading Revolution 2.0 against the backdrop of the current unrest in Egypt, one can’t help but feel nostalgic.
After all, this book is an ode to the belief that people have the power to choose their political, social, and economic destinies -- at least if they unite in their struggle for justice.
And for all of us, it indeed seemed possible as we watched the Egyptian revolution unfold, when citizens who had up until been “unengaged,” “cautious” and “intimidated” finally broke through the barrier of fear. Who can forget those staggering scenes in Cairo’s Tahrir square full of millions of hopeful, demanding, persistent demonstrators finally finding their voice?
MAWO PUBLIC FORUM
>> Imperialists Hands Off Tunisia!
Political Report from Two Women Organizers in Tunisia through Videoconference
Facilitated by: Janine Solanki – Co-Chair of MAWO &
Alison Bodine – MAWO Executive Committee Member
TUESDAY August 20
Joe's Cafe [In Large North Hall]
1150 Commercial Dr. at William St
Multimedia – Speakers – Discussion
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