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· September, 2011

Stories about Digital Activism from September, 2011

30 September 2011

Cuba: The Reality of Prison

Trinidad & Tobago: Expenditure & Accountability

Cuba: Inequitable Party

Mexico: #ReformaPoliticaYA (‘Political Reform Now’), Reactions on Twitter

It has been several months since citizen organizations and activists tried to attain the approval of a political reform that includes, among other points, reelection for mayors and legislators. The...

Macedonia: Protests Against Police Brutality Continue

Several hundred persons continued the street protests against police brutality in Skopje on September 29. With only two exceptions, the Macedonian media largely obeyed the embargo on covering the protests.

29 September 2011

Bahamas: Time to Take Action Against Crime

Cuba: Jailed Activists

Brazil: Blogging Carnival in Defense of Abortion

Cuba: A Tireless Defender of Gay Rights

7 Billion Actions

Francisco Rodríguez Cruz is a Cuban journalist and activist who for over a year has maintained a controversial blog committed to advancing the rights of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and...

28 September 2011

Puerto Rico: Online Forum for Good Dads

Trinidad & Tobago: Black Power Documentary

Cuba: Female Prisoner on Hunger Strike

Kuwait: After Three Months in Prison, Court Releases Twitter User

Kuwaiti Twitter user Nasser Abul has been released from prison after serving three months for insulting the Bahraini and Saudi regimes. Netizens react after his release.

Philippines: Creative Protests During Campus Strikes

Last week's nationwide campus strikes in the Philippines against education budget cuts saw the lively and creative integration of online tools to mobilize thousands to fight for the right to...

27 September 2011

Arab World: Nobel Peace Prize for Revolution Netizens?

Twitter is abuzz tonight as the names of Arab netizens are being circulated as possible candidates for the Nobel Peace Prize for the roles they have played in the Arab...

Russia: A New Online Game Might Change Offline Moscow

Russia: Pro-Kremlin Youth Movement Leader Seeks New Internet ‘Activists’

Cuba: More Arrests Post-March

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