World Social Forum (Dakar, Senegal, February 6th-11th)

ST Editorial Collective member Michael Ralph shares photos from the 2011 World Social Forum (Dakar, Senegal, February 6th-11th), including a protest outside the Egyptian Embassy just hours before Mubarak’s resignation was announced.

Patrick Bond and Immanuel Wallerstein share their reflections on WSF 2011.

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