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Look back in anger

June 8, 2013


Look back in anger

June 8, 2013


<b>BRUTE FORCE: </b><br><br>The image of the woman in red, later identified as Ceyda Sungur, an academic at Istanbul's Technical University, has come to represent the repressive response of the Turkish regime to a peaceful protest against government policies

Look back in anger

June 8, 2013


BRUTE FORCE:

The image of the woman in red, later identified as Ceyda Sungur, an academic at Istanbul's Technical University, has come to represent the repressive response of the Turkish regime to a peaceful protest against government policies

<b>CHANGE FACTOR: </b><br><br>A veiled young woman was dragged and beaten by the Egyptian military during a protest at Cairo's Tahrir Square in December 2011. Her face was covered by the hijab yanked by the soldiers but her torso was bare, except for her bright blue bra. And she was a millisecond away from being kicked. The image quickly became a visual symbol of abuse of power by the Egyptian establishment. It also became the rallying cry for several thousand Egyptian women

Look back in anger

June 8, 2013


CHANGE FACTOR:

A veiled young woman was dragged and beaten by the Egyptian military during a protest at Cairo's Tahrir Square in December 2011. Her face was covered by the hijab yanked by the soldiers but her torso was bare, except for her bright blue bra. And she was a millisecond away from being kicked. The image quickly became a visual symbol of abuse of power by the Egyptian establishment. It also became the rallying cry for several thousand Egyptian women

<b>MANDAL MUTINY: </b><br><br>One day Rajiv Goswami was a commerce student at the Deshbandhu College, Delhi University. The next day, he became the urban face of the anti-Mandal agitation. Goswami came into prominence when he attempted self-immolation to protest against Mandal Commission recommendations for job reservations for backward castes in India in October 1990. Goswami died in February 2004

Look back in anger

June 8, 2013


MANDAL MUTINY:

One day Rajiv Goswami was a commerce student at the Deshbandhu College, Delhi University. The next day, he became the urban face of the anti-Mandal agitation. Goswami came into prominence when he attempted self-immolation to protest against Mandal Commission recommendations for job reservations for backward castes in India in October 1990. Goswami died in February 2004

<b>FAITH MATTERS: </b><br><br>Thich Quang Duc was a Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist monk who burned himself to death at a busy Saigon road intersection on June 11, 1963. Quang Duc was protesting against the persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese government led by Ngo Dinh Diem. Malcolm Browne won a Pulitzer Prize for his renowned photograph of the monk's death

Look back in anger

June 8, 2013


FAITH MATTERS:

Thich Quang Duc was a Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist monk who burned himself to death at a busy Saigon road intersection on June 11, 1963. Quang Duc was protesting against the persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese government led by Ngo Dinh Diem. Malcolm Browne won a Pulitzer Prize for his renowned photograph of the monk's death

<b>FACE OF REVOLT: </b><br><br>Guy Fawkes is the best known member of the Gunpowder Plot - a failed assasination attempt against King James I of England. The main character in the comic book series 'V for Vendetta' wore a Guy Fawkes mask. Since the release of the film in 2006, the use of stylised 'Guy Fawkes' masks has become widespread internationally among groups protesting against politicians, banks and financial institutions

Look back in anger

June 8, 2013


FACE OF REVOLT:

Guy Fawkes is the best known member of the Gunpowder Plot - a failed assasination attempt against King James I of England. The main character in the comic book series 'V for Vendetta' wore a Guy Fawkes mask. Since the release of the film in 2006, the use of stylised 'Guy Fawkes' masks has become widespread internationally among groups protesting against politicians, banks and financial institutions

<b>POWER OF ONE: </b><br><br>Tank Man, or the Unknown Protester - he is the anonymous man who stood in front of acolumn of Chinese Type 59 tanks the morning after the Chinese military forcibly removed protesters from in and around Beijing's Tiananmen Square on June 5, 1989

Look back in anger

June 8, 2013


POWER OF ONE:

Tank Man, or the Unknown Protester - he is the anonymous man who stood in front of acolumn of Chinese Type 59 tanks the morning after the Chinese military forcibly removed protesters from in and around Beijing's Tiananmen Square on June 5, 1989

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