The women of the Lebanese protests are fighting the country’s patriarchal power structures, where their political voice has long been smothered.
From highways to proactivity, people in Lebanon have taken back their essential right to exist in open, free, and accessible public spaces.
While the overview of Winter On Fire is not to be wholly discredited, it does present the world with a whitewashed version of Ukraine’s Maidan uprising.
Women have firmly asserted their presence within the Lebanese protests and the overall political scene.
The state has commodified and marginalized students for years.
Lebanese citizens are demanding change, but not everyone is ready for a secular state. A referendum could help create a unified national identity.
A lot of important initiatives are happening on the ground, thanks to the efforts of.
More than 170,000 people held hands to cover a 171-kilometer distance along Lebanon’s coastal roads, from Tripoli in the North to Tyre in the South.
“Even if it rains fire, we’re staying until we get what we want.”