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Hong Kong's Velvet Revolution
It's inspiring to witness so many of Hong Kong's citizens standing up to the threats posed by China's one-party, authoritarian government [July 14]. But the odd and unfortunate thing missing from these protests is the noticeable lack of solidarity being shown them by anti-oppression protesters in the West. Shouldn't there be massive displays of outrage from like-minded organizations overseas, from musicians and even Hollywood? Surely, the socially aware, so clearly brought to life in recent years in response to America's foreign policy, should be addressing the current injustices in Hong Kong too.
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