(You might also want to visit The Best Resources To See Who Might Fall After Mubarak.)
I’ve previously posted a very popular “The Best…” list titled The Best Sites For Learning About The Protests In Egypt. Because today’s resignation of President Mubarak is such an important event, and potentially an important event in world history, I thought I’d create a special “The Best…” list just recognizing today.
By chance, I heard about his resignation a few minutes after it occurred, and was able to show live video to my ninth-grade students. We’re studying Nelson Mandela and the struggle of black South Africans to be free, so it was a natural connection.
Here are my choices for The Best Multimedia Celebrating Mubarak’s Downfall:
Before I start sharing multimedia links, here’s a very useful article from MSNBC titled “Mideast nations brace for Egypt spillover.” It gives a good overview of what might happen next.
Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak resigns – video is from The Guardian.
Egypt reacts as Mubarak resigns is a Guardian slideshow.
Egypt’s Mubarak resigns as leader is a slideshow from the BBC.
‘I’ll tell my children we made this revolution possible’ is a BBC video.
‘Egypt is free,’ crowds cheer after Mubarak quits is a video from MSNBC.
Protests Pay Off is a Wall Street Journal slideshow.
Photos: Egyptians celebrate president’s resignation is from CNN.
The Wait is from the Boston Globe’s Big Picture
Democracy protests bring down Egypt’s Mubarak is a series of photos from The Sacramento Bee.
Celebrations Follow Resignation in Egypt is a slideshow from The Wall Street Journal.
See Video of the Celebrations After Mubarak’s Resignation is from TIME.
Deposed Despots is a slideshow from Newsweek.
Muslim world celebrates Egyptian revolution – in pictures is from The Guardian.
Additional suggestions are welcome.
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I’m very interested in what has just happened in Egypt as well as
what there is to say about South Africa and, of course, Nelson Mandela. I’ve been in both countries and have written articles on my blog about them.
I would very much appreciate your giving a look at my latest article about Egypt.
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Best regards Martina