Firuzeh Mahmoudi: How Iran's Digital Activists are Using Tech to Fight Oppression
By: WIRED UKPublished: 1 year ago
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Firuzeh Mahmoudi didn't mean to start a human-rights movement. But over a period of three weeks she helped organise an event that had commitments from 110 cities. At the march, on July 25, 2009, Mahmoudi counted 110,000 people, including three Nobel Peace Prize laureates. This is her story.
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