MSJ Student Leads Demonstration

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1 Comment on "MSJ Student Leads Demonstration"

  1. Martha Kreeger | February 5, 2011 at 10:17 pm | Reply

    I am glad that the Egyptian people are having a true voice in their government and that we can do something to support them. Thank you students and faculty for voicing your support for Peace!

    Also, I am impressed and gratified to see that even as Egyptians protest and march at great personal risk to health and safety in Cairo, last night some of those same marchers barricaded the museum to keep looters out, pursued thieves and returned their stolen goods to the museum – all while steadfastly demanding new leadership. Now that is a responsible, cool, calm and collected group of citizens committed to true civil disobedience. WOW!

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