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'We Are Still Awake,' Says Egyptian Protester
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'We Are Still Awake,' Says Egyptian Protester

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'We Are Still Awake,' Says Egyptian Protester

'We Are Still Awake,' Says Egyptian Protester
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It's been nearly one year since Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak stepped down, and the country is still experiencing the growing pains of transition. Last year, host Michel Martin spoke with a young protester minutes after Mubarak's resignation. Now, Martin catches up with her again to see if she's still optimistic about changes in her country.

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