The Egyptian revolution continues at NYU

    EgyptThis Friday, April 12, come hear two of the leading independent journalists in Egypt — Lina Attalah, chief editor of Egypt Independent, a Cairo-based weekly print and online newspaper, and Sharif Abdel Kouddous, a correspondent for Democracy Now! and a fellow at the Nation Institute, who we’ve interviewed for this site — speak about the state of the ongoing revolution in Egypt and the prospects for change.  This fantastic event will be moderated by Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman, and is being co-sponsored by Waging Nonviolence.

    Here are the specifics:

    NYU Cantor Film Center (36 E 8th St.), Theater 101
    6:00PM

    To RSVP, you can respond on the event’s Facebook page here.



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