Ahmed Salah, a key planner of the January 2011 Egyptian protests at Tahrir Square, recently met with students at Swarthmore College. In this segment, Salah discusses surviving abuse at the hands of security forces last year. Video by Elliana Bisgaard-Church, Reporting for Lodge 6.
From the Daily Gazette: LIVE BLOG: AHMED SALAH, EGYPTIAN ACTIVIST GIVES TALK ON REVOLUTION
From the Swarthmore Peace and Conflict Studies blog: One Year through the Egyptian Revolution
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