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    ACT NOW: Speak out for imprisoned Tibetan singers. As a global community we have to act to end Chinese ethnocide in Tibet.

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Fatima Naoot is a well-known and widely published Egyptian poet and journalist who was charged with “contempt of religion” for Facebook posts she wrote in October 2014 in which she criticized the Muslim holiday Eid Al-Adha. She was sentenced to three years in prison on...
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One day my friend Basel and I, Mahmoud, woke up in the Idomeni refugees camp and surprisingly we did not see any cameras nor reporters. Since we arrived in Greece, we got used to seeing cameras everyday, but no they were gone, and therefore we have decided to become reporters

Drop the Charges Against Atena Daemi

Atena Daemi is an Iranian woman arrested in May 2015 and sentenced to 7 years in prison on charges of "propaganda against the state," "acting against national security," and "insulting the Supreme Leader" for having the protest songs of an Iranian-German rapper on her phone. She was released on

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- Nadya Tolokonnikova, Pussy Riot