This podcast is an audio interview with Rawond, a student originally from Alexandria, Egypt, who was in Tahrir Square (Cairo, Egypt) for the Arab Spring uprising and revolution. In this short interview, she describes her experiences as well as her pessimism for the lack of real political change in Egypt as of today. For more information about Arab Spring, please check out the collaborative project on arabspring.wikispaces.com.
- The Arab Spring Student Project (Yarmouth, Maine)
- Arab Spring article in the English WikiPedia
- Tahrir Square article in the English WikiPedia
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