Brain Barber has been working for a couple of years now with my colleague at the Institute for Policy Research & Catholic Studies, Jim Youniss, speaking with Egyptian youth about their aspirations and hopes, first during the Revolution two years ago, through the changes to the constitution and election of President Morsi, and up until the current turmoil. In this article at Zocalo, Barber lets the young people tell their stories.
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- Hundreds gather to press for immigration reform
- Editorial: Why won't the US sign a land mine treaty?
- Exhibit showcases German artist's version of saintly and secular female subjects
- Special Section [Newspaper only]: Spirituality
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