The Roots of the Revolution: Through the Eyes of Egyptian Youth


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05/02/2011 8:00 am
America/New York

Egypt's youth were the engine that drove the revolution. Join a live, international discussion with more than a dozen of these remarkable young leaders as they share their experiences, hopes, and aspirations for their new Egypt.

Date: Monday, May 2, 2011
Time: 8:00AM-Boston
5:00AM- San Francisco
12:00PM-London
3:00PM-Cairo
5:00PM-Islamabad
11:00PM-Sydney

Also participating in this live event, via videoconference, will be a group of U.S youth from Boston, Massachusetts who will be asking questions of the Egyptian youth leaders.
Be sure to have your school or classroom log-on to view and participate via Instant Messaging in this amazing discussion of the fight for freedom and democracy.
The on-line discussion will be facilitated by Northeastern University
Professor Denis J. Sullivan, who is director of NU's International Affairs program and its' Middle East Center for Peace, Culture, and Development (ww.mec.neu.edu).
To register for this event visit www.empowerpeace.org/revolution.

  • Registration begins on Monday, April 4, 2011.
  • Log-on Monday, May 2, 2011:
  • If schedules don't permit you or your students to participate in the live webcast, you can view it at your convenience at www.empowerpeace.org starting Tuesday, May 3, 2011. The event is sponsored by Empower Peace.

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United States
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