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From the streets: solidarity with Egypt in Boston

January 29, 2011

Today’s solidarity protest with Egypt was the largest, most vocal freedom march I’ve witnessed in five years in Massachusetts. Cambridge is often referred to as ‘The People’s Republic’: today the streets were roused by the anger and fearlessness of the Egyptian people.


Anger for Mubarak in three languages.


Homemade signs and chants shut down the streets.


Shouting ‘freedom’ across the Charles Bridge


Two seven year-old Egyptian friends who held hands and flags.


Women organizers leading the march.


Black, white and red.


The march grew every hour for four hours.


Uprising checklist.


Outside the State House.


Chants and singing the national anthem at Faneuil Hall.


(All photos by South/South)

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