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By Razvan Neagu
Nov 28, 2013
A friend recommended this book to me and I am impressed. We were talking about how women are better suited to change societal structures and lead revolutions. As social/communication technology evolves women get empowered - more than men - and this shifts the power balance. It is particularly interesting to see how this plays out in the Middle East where women have a late start in many ways. The book format that provides an easy "read" with many striking photos. The captions are just enough to concisely express a main idea and the reader (viewer!) is then left to freely explore multiple dimensions of that idea by pausing and reflecting; peeling layers of meaning from each image. The richness of the book, its warmth and insight come from a deep expression provoked by the included images. The interviews with several of the women involved in the Arab Spring events aggregates multiple viewpoints to provide a depth to understanding the situation in Egypt. Weaving images with the... More > perspectives of on-the-ground activists provides a great anchor for the striking photos. Get it, read it and then take time to reflect on it!< Less
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