A Sign From Tahrir Square...

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“Democracy Uprising” In The U.S.A.?

When asked by<a href="http://www.democracynow.org/2011/2/17/democracy_uprising_in_the_usa_noam"> Amy Goodman of Democracy Now!</a> noted linguist and political activist Noam Chomsky brings up the current meme of comparing the uprising in Egypt with what is happening in Wisconsin.

Egypt Proved Change Is Possible, Sexy And Cool!

Mona Eltahawy comments on how Egypt's peaceful 18-day revolution didn't just bring down a dictator, it also toppled stereotypes about Arabs, who are often seen as violent and as a people who crave an iron-fisted strongman.

Mona Weeps

During a special Brian Lehrer Show in WNYC's Greene Space, journalist and activist Mona Eltahawy reacts to the breaking news that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned.

Tahrir Square Erupts!

Here is the entire crowd reaction as the news ripples through the enormous crowd at Tahrir Square.

Rep. Keith Ellison On Egypt And The Muslim Fear Factor

Lawrence O'Donnell talked to our only Muslim member of the House of Representatives, Keith Ellision about the way the right has used the crisis in Egypt to push conspiracy theories about the Muslim Brotherhood and President Obama. O'Donnell

Egypt: Revolution 2.0

Wael Ghonim gives his take to CNN on what's been going down in Egypt and where's it going.