TUNISIA – EGYPT – LEBANON – YEMEN – SYRIA – IRAN – NEW YORK
JTMP is committed to supporting civil and voting rights for young people at home and all around the world. We want this place to be a forum for the peaceful and non-violent protests calling for freedom that is spreading from Tunisia, Egypt, Iran, Syria, Lebanon and even home here in New York when it comes to Youth, Social Media, and Freedom, civil rights, and free and fair elections.
If you have a peaceful and non-violent Twitter Account, Facebook Page, story, photograph or cell phone or other video that you think will help spread peace, freedom and democracy, or you feel needs to be seen by the world, please send it to us and we will try to post it.
Below you will find Twitter Accounts you can follow, the latest videos, and current events at Occupy Wall Street and throughout the world when it comes to peaceful protests by youth around the world calling for freedom and democracy. Spread the word about us! Send us your videos!
OCCUPY WALL STREET
Follow: @anonops @occupyDC @OccupyKST
For Syria, we suggest:
For Yemen, we suggest:
Emad Ghavidel – Iranian Rappers sing for people of Homs in Syria
This was sent to us by musical activist Rubens Jose D Jr., a song he wrote calling attention to activists and even children being killed by Syrian “security forces”, and he says, “Everyone should know about this message. Let’s sing this song out loud against the oppression. That tyrant need to know that he is isolated.”
PROTEST SONG – Ya Irhal Ya Bashar (It’s Time to Leave, Bashar)
RAMY ESSAM – The Real Revolution in Tahrir Square
EL GENERAL – The Voice of Tunisia