Tweet, Like, and Share! Social Media is Challenging the Status Quo in Saudi Arabia

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Tools like Facebook and Twitter might seem like small things in a democratic society, but in nations like Saudi Arabia where so much of society is dictated within the confines of a theocracy, social media is a powerful tool. Rights activists have taken to the web to fight repression and intolerance while demanding rights for women and minorities.

Learn more about how the digital age is empowering activists in Saudi Arabia through this video by Human Rights Watch.

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