Seven Lessons the US Left Can Learn from Egypt to Resist Post-Election Fascism

crowd of protesters in a street in Egypt

"What has happened in Egypt since the revolution of 2011 is useful for thinking about the scenario the left is currently facing here in the U.S."

In a co-authored op-ed published by Truthout, Nadine Naber, UIC professor of gender and women’s studies and global Asian studies and interim director of the Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy, and Atef Said, UIC assistant professor of sociology, offer seven lessons from Egypt since the 2011 revolution that may be useful for the U.S. in the wake of the presidential election.

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