Digital exhibits keep Tunisian revolution vibrant

Dramatic mobile phone footage, first-hand accounts on social media and other digital content, often made by protesters dodging censorship, have helped immortalise Tunisia’s 2011 revolution in a new exhibition.
A woman (L) visits an exhibition entitled “Before the 14th” at the Bardo museum in the Tunisian capital Tunis on January 15, 2019. – The exhibition in Tunis traces the overthrow of the Ben Ali regime, one of the first “Facebook revolutions”, thanks to hundreds of amateur videos, blog inputs, cartoons and digital traces saved by a group of institutions and NGOs. (Photo by FETHI BELAID / AFP)

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