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  • Occupy Hong Kong Protests Continue After Camps Cleared (Photos)

    by Mitchblatt | 12th of December, 2014

    This week the two remaining occupation sites of the Occupy Hong Kong protest movement (also referred to as the Umbrella Movement) were cleared. The protesters took over streets and occupied them for 75 days, demanding the right to nominate candidates for the chief executive... More
  • THAILAND People Revolution

    by Gewwer | 20th of December, 2013

    THAILAND People Revolution does not have the ability to govern the country we can wait another 4 years to elections other governments for government again. Foolishness is not a problem but the sin of greed and enchantment for power that is the problem which must be eliminated... More
  • Texas Protests and Tips for Photographing Rallies

    by Seekingdivinity | 4th of July, 2013

    I spent a number of hours at the Texas State Capitol during Sen. Wendy Davis' filibuster. Sadly, my camera was inoperable, but that meant I got to live in the moment, talking to strangers, sharing stories, and shouting. It was also my first time at a Capitol building and... More
  • Anti Riot Police

    by Mani33 | 27th of June, 2013

    Lately with the protests in many parts of the world, we see no respect from the governments to their own people, excess of force & aggression are being practiced by their armed "Anti-Riot" Police, not to mention those who send their killing army forces... Isn't there... More
  • Protests in Bucharest, Romania

    by Dudau | 24th of January, 2012

    Hundreds of Romanians rallied in Bucharest for 12 days in a row, to protest against austerity measures, calling on president Traian Basescu and prime minister Emil Boc to quit. The protests started on January 13, because of a planned health-care reform, which was withdrawn... More
  • Occupy Wall Street in New York City

    by Cmoulton | 24th of September, 2011

    So Wednesday of this week, my friend and I boarded a Megabus, and traveled to NYC for the day, just to play "hooky", enjoy a change of scenery, and some beverages and food, and do some photography. I had no idea that thousands of discontent Americans had been organizing... More
  • Is Nuclear Power Worth The Risk?

    by Shootalot | 24th of March, 2011

    In Washington D.C. many protests are unannounced. I was down at Lafayette Park next to the White House to check out the protest scene on 3/20/11 and listened to music and speeches from a small group protesting nuclear weapons and nuclear power. Obviously nuclear power has... More
  • What about Egypt?

    by Thanatonautii | 6th of February, 2011

    I have been watching the last weeks the social movements that happen in Egypt and I was terrified! It`s a tragic situation and I think that no one wishes something like that to anyone! Even thought I was only 6 years old back then I still remember the revolt that took place... More
  • My latest Editorial - happy to see it approved

    by Franky242 | 31st of January, 2011

    Maybe you heard about the plans called "S21" to move the Stuttgart (Germany) Railway Station underground - a multi-billion Dollar project that causes a lot of discussions and demonstrations amongst the public in Stuttgart and abroad. Some people think this discussion might... More
  • A Thailand bottle

    by Jy604 | 18th of April, 2010

    This is a bottle I bought in a Bangkok market. It's a beautiful bottle with the pattern of elephant. Bangkok is a lovely city, you can always see people with smile, smile from heart. But the city is in chaos in recent several weeks due to the fight between the army and... More
  • Tea Party Protest-Republicans Trash President Obama

    by Shootalot | 18th of September, 2009

    In all my years of living in Washington D.C. I have never seen such a mean spirited campaign against a president such as the the Republican Party sponsored Tea Party Protest at the U.S. Capitol on 9/12/09. There was a sea of people each one carrying a sign trashing the president... More
  • Shooting Protests

    by Kropewnicki | 10th of September, 2009

    If you happen by a protest or rally(and you have your camera) this is an excellent chance to shoot some editorial images. Some things to keep in mind: be inconspicuous, don't shout down the speaker, or wear a TShirt with the opposite slogan. More
  • Racism in Australia

    by Ashwin82 | 1st of June, 2009

    Recently there has been a big issue over the safety of Indian students in Australia after a number of students have been attacked badly by Australians. I am currently doing my Masters in University of Melbourne and took part in a peace protest conducted yesterday to crub... More
  • Beijing Olympics testing time for China

    by Litifeta | 3rd of August, 2008

    You only have to see from the comments made on my previous blog that the Chinese cannot handle scrutiny and have the opinion that everyone else in the world should back off and let them do their own thing. The rest of the world no longer thinks it is acceptable that a... More
  • Lhasa protest, I miss my friends, I miss the place I've been twice.

    by 17s | 17th of March, 2008

    Heard of the news of lhasa protest, I really worry about my friends there. Witnesses said angry Tibetan crowds burned shops, cars, military vehicles and at least one tourist bus. Some media said at least 10 people died. Bless my travel friends who stay in Lhasa , bless... More
  • Protest and Rally Photos

    by Shootalot | 31st of August, 2007

    Living in Washington D.C. gives me the opportunity to attend many protests most notably the protest against immigration laws enacted to deport illegal aliens. So how does one take photos without requiring model releases from the crowd? The best way is to shoot from behind... More

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