Back To Top

During the Egyptian Revolution in 2011, the country’s young people didn’t just vocalize their political dissent; they recorded it on their cities’ walls with murals, posters, and graffiti.

The moving street art that helped topple a dictator


  1. bucketmonster reblogged this from provacunteur
  2. provacunteur reblogged this from black-footed
  3. norussian reblogged this from damnative
  4. rainvision reblogged this from redfeminist
  5. redfeminist reblogged this from angrypeopleofcolorunited
  6. herstyleofbeauty reblogged this from damnative
  7. jaiclaquelaporte reblogged this from angrypeopleofcolorunited
  8. brownessence reblogged this from angrypeopleofcolorunited
  9. enthedevame reblogged this from black-footed
  10. douglagoddess reblogged this from kinkywithkinks
  11. detachme reblogged this from damnative
  12. kinkywithkinks reblogged this from black-footed
  13. damnative reblogged this from black-footed
  14. iwandereverywhere reblogged this from aperilousjourney
  15. poetryandpancakes reblogged this from angrypeopleofcolorunited
  16. aperilousjourney reblogged this from black-footed
  17. black-footed reblogged this from angrypeopleofcolorunited
  18. nucleic-acid-rock reblogged this from angrypeopleofcolorunited
  19. angrypeopleofcolorunited reblogged this from nolandwithoutstones
  20. praylaughgrow reblogged this from nolandwithoutstones
  21. censoredyetburning reblogged this from nolandwithoutstones
  22. nolandwithoutstones reblogged this from fastcompany
  23. nouf-5d reblogged this from noura510
  24. 1poramor2palevarmensagem reblogged this from fastcompany
  25. exhausted-human-being reblogged this from fastcompany
  26. antiffffound reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    During the Egyptian Revolution in 2011, the country’s young people didn’t just vocalize their political dissent; they...