On 19 May 2017, activists in Washington DC gathered outside the offices of the Islamic Republic of Iran to protest against the farce that is called “elections” in Iran, and specifically to protest against Rouhani, under whose authority more executions have taken place than under even Ahmadinejad.
On March 12, 2017, activists in Washington DC gathered at DuPont Circle in honor of 8 March, International Women’s Day. We reflected on the situation of women in Iran and in the United States, and demanded equality between women and men worldwide. We demanded an end to the gender apartheid regime of the Islamic Republic … Continue reading
On December 10, 2016, activists in Washington DC gathered in DuPont Circle in recognition of World Human Rights Day, and in particular drew attention of passers-by to the dire human rights situation in Iran.
On 9 October 2016, activists in Washington DC gathered at DuPont Circle in recognition of October 10, the World Day against the Death Penalty. We remembered those whose lives have been cut short by the brutal Islamic regime in Iran, and continue to raise our demand to end the death penalty in Iran and worldwide. … Continue reading
On 25 June 2016, activists in Washington DC gathered in Lafayette Park, Washington DC in recognition of 20 June, the international day in support of political prisoners in Iran. Latifeh opened the event with a beautiful Iranian song for the freedom of political prisoners: “Zendani eo oje feriaad.” Maria then introduced the reason for the … Continue reading