Actions commemorate two years since elections in Iran

    In a Paris metro station, United4Iran and Move4Iran organized a silent flash mob (video above) on June 9, to commemorate the second anniversary of the elections in Iran and raise awareness about the continuing human rights abuses in the country.

    And in New York, Where Is My Vote – NY held a candlelight vigil (video below) at Union Square to show solidarity for those in Iran who are continuing the struggle for self-determination.



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