Saturday, February 12, 2011 - By Ben Berkowitz - No comments
Yesterday, with the undeniable assistance of the Internet, a dictator was removed from office in Egypt after 30 years. What's truly is amazing is that overthrow has now led to a new type of engagement in Egypt.
Check out the clean-up efforts in Tahrir Sqaure which is leaving Cairo "cleaner than ever"
We're not surprised but are tremendously excited that the world can see this displa/y of frustration leading to engagement.
Reporting Potholes really can be the Gateway Drug to Civic Engagement
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