Lara Logan The World’s Litmus Test on Sexism, Racism, Self Loathing and a Thought….

What a Bomb to be dropped on all of us! First and foremost what happened to Lara Logan is horrific there is no disputing that, but that the horror has not end but only continued when she returned to the US is a demonstration of how Women are viewed and treated everywhere. Sexism is a … Continue reading

Who Are These People?

I’ve been following about 300* or so Egyptian people during the #Jan25 rEvolution in Egypt via Twitter and various news sources mostly Al Jazeera English. Time and time again the people of Egypt showed what inclusive and conscientious people they are by their actions. Over the 18 days of  unprecedented peaceful** protest by Pro Democracy … Continue reading

The Women of Egypt

That the women of Egypt are so involved, present and participating with the Pro Democracy rEvolution is something for the rest of the world to look at. Revolutionary Women via The American Prospect The unseen factor: Egypt’s women protesters via DW-World.DE Women, Democracy and Change in Egypt via Bikamasr main photo for this blog by … Continue reading

Egyptian Riot Grrls

Egyptian Riot Grrls by Beenish Ahmen via Foreign Policy In Focus A great read about the women in Egypt and how their lives are changing during their rEvolution The photo added to this link is by 3Arabawy

Egyptians Relationship With Their Military

I must admit I have known very little about Egyptian politics and for the last 15 day have been taking a crash course via Journalists, but mostly by Twitter and Blogs posts by the people who are in Egypt and making the world rattle with their Loud Voice for Democracy. I personally am so moved … Continue reading

#Jan25 Protesters move to occupy parliment

#Jan25 Protesters move to occupy parliment This blog is by 3ARABAWY who lives in Cairo and is a wonderful source about current events in Egypt and happens to be amazing photographer. You can follow him on Twitter @3arabawy

It is time to turn the page

It is time to turn the page This blog is by Swedish artist Marcus Mårtenson

Make Tweets Not War

make tweets not war This blog comes from  ~synthesis~ Written by Shafeen Charania who was born in Tanzania and is currently living in Seattle, Washington.~ “I am interested in developing insight by synthesizing what I learn and what’s around me; connecting concepts; finding relevancy; and then communicating that in a compelling way to create outcomes.”

Hot Topic Egypt!

I have been following amazing on the ground reports from numerous people in Egypt over the last two weeks and cannot encourage you enough to read the INTL.Revolver twitter stream which is revolving their stories and following their progress for Pro Democracy in Egypt.  I have started the process of  adding Bloggers in the links … Continue reading