Since January 25, hundreds of thousands of Egyptians have been protesting across the country, demanding a change to their current government – demanding their rights to freedom of speech, freedom of association, free and fair elections, and other political , economic, and social reforms that would create a more democratic and just Egypt.
If you’ve been following events – on television, on the web, or in print – you’re sure to have seen plenty of images of this revolution, both inspiring and heartbreaking. I have none to share with you. Rather, I would simply like to dedicate this post to the memory of those who lost their lives during the ongoing demonstrations. For the names, faces, and more information about the deceased, please visit Egypt Remembers.