Social Media Journal on Ulitzer
I have been waiting for a worthy topic to make my first Ulitzer post and the
events taking place in Iran are sweeping the Internet and world by storm.
Below is an email providing a first hand account of the events that took
place in Tehran on June 15th, 2009. My sincere hopes and wishes are with the
people of Iran in this tumultuous time.
If you find this report of any value, please share it with as many people as
possible. Facebook is filtered and internet is very slow in Iran!
Observations On The Course Of Events of 15th June 2009 in Tehran
I left my home in Tajrish along with my family at 3 p.m. We went down Valiast
Street which is the main northern-southern avenue in Tehran and entered the
Evin Exp'way which leads to Enghelab Street.
We knew that people are supposed to gather in Enghelab Sq. (Revolution Sq.)
at 4 and march toward A... (more)
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