Opinion | Emel Mathlouthi: 10 years after the Tunisian Revolution and Arab Spring, we’re still fighting – The Washington Post

Ten years on, I am neither naive nor nostalgic. What I do know is that democracy is still worth singing for, loudly. And that although the fight may seem vain at times, ultimately there is only one path that leads to freedom: people’s voices and their power to break the chains of servitude. Source: Opinion | Emel Mathlouthi: 10 years after the Tunisian Revolution and Arab Spring, we’re still fighting – The Washington Post