The revolution in Egypt has produced copious dialogue on everything from the relevancy of social media to modes of protest. (Does anyone else wish Frantz Fanon was alive to witness the current wave of liberation movements, if only for the potential discourse?) In today’s media stories life-cycles barely even last fifteen minutes, thankfully this hasn’t been the case in terms of the Egyptian effort to gain stability in a post-Mubarak world.
Granta featured this work from Four Corners Media, which is being made into a feature-length documentary, on the stories of four women involved in the protests. It gives a humanizing glimpse on the struggle for a new future.