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· March, 2009

Stories about Digital Activism from March, 2009

Jamaica: Curtains for Calabash?

Korea: Blog, Bloggers, and Etiquette.

While bloggers seem to be equally distant from each other, they are in fact not. They have their favorite blogs and bloggers, and they link their blogs to each other....

Tunisia: Dismissed Student Activists on Hunger Strike for the Right to Education

A total of 158 Tunisians and their friends from around the world went on hunger strike for a day today (March 26) in solidarity with five students who have been...

Sri Lanka: How Should Bloggers Respond To Plagiarizing

Iran: A Christian Blogger arrested

Mexico: Unsolved Feminicide Along the Border

Violence along the United States - Mexico border has reached staggering levels. The killings in border cities like Ciudad Juárez has already totaled 400 in the first two months of...

Cuba: Antúnez Update

Barbados: Being Green

Cuba: Antúnez Surrounded

Cuba: Detainees Freed

Jamaica: Lessons from the By-Election

Guyana: Don't Get Fooled Again

Belarus: Death Penalty and the EU

Belarus, U.S.: “Nationality Censorship in the U.S.”

Barbados: Suspect Arrested

Trinidad & Tobago: Pompoms

Cuba: Reports of Detainment

Cuba: The Black Cuban Woman

Sri Lanka: The Rationale Behind Blogging

Maldives: Free Speech Under Threat

In early March Mohamed Nasheed, the new President of the Maldives, met with Frank La Rue, United Nations Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Opinion and Expression. In the meeting Nasheed...

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