2011’s “Person of the Year,” according to Time Magazine, was “The Protestor.” That year, protestors across the world led and persisted through the historic Arab Spring. From Tunisia to Egypt and beyond, these protestors may have spawned a democratic awakening in the Middle East. They took to physical spaces like Tahrir Square in Cairo and to virtual spaces on Facebook and Twitter to express their dissent and assemble against undemocratic regimes.... Read more about The Year in "First Amendment Architecture"
- July 10, 2012
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