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Summary:"I remember when we had our first protests we used to hide our faces behind the poster boards because we were nervous and embarrassed."
The worker-owners of a Nicaraguan sewing cooperative have faced Hurricane Mitch, homelessness, unemployment, power outages, mistrust, professional disputes, and global capitalism. The cooperative thrives.
Nepalese "security" services killed 17 people and injured over 6000 during the uprising. Yet pro-democracy demonstrators returned to the streets each day in larger and more diverse numbers.
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