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The Best Resources For Learning About The Hong Kong Protests

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Massive protests are rocking Hong Kong right now, and I’ve brought together some related resources that I will continue to expand in the coming days and weeks.

You might also be interested in The Best Sites For Learning About Protests In History.

Here are my choices for The Best Resources For Learning About The Hong Kong Protests:

Protests Have Their Roots in China’s ‘Two Systems’ is from The New York Times.

Interactive: A fascinating timeline of tweets about the Hong Kong protests is from Vox.

How umbrellas became the symbol of the Hong Kong protests is from Vox.

Hong Kong protests: In the thick of it is a photo gallery from CNN.

The anger behind the Hong Kong uprising, in one chart is from Vox.

Hong Kong Protests: What You Need to Know About the Umbrella Revolution is from Mashable.

Hong Kong protesters refuse to leave is a photo gallery from The Boston Globe.

As it happened: Hong Kong protests is from The BBC.

Under the umbrellas: what do Hong Kong’s protesters want from China? is from The Guardian.

Hong Kong’s protesters are using the same “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture used in Ferguson is from Vox.

From Around the World, Support for Hong Kong Protesters is from The New York Times.

How Hong Kong Protesters Are Connecting, Without Cell Or Wi-Fi Networks is from NPR.

Hong Kong Overview is an interactive from the Associated Press.

Hong Kong pro-democracy protests: Occupy Central and pro-democracy movement – interactive timeline is from The Guardian.

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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