Unfree speech

ISBN:9780753554791

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Aged 14, Joshua Wong made history. While the adults stayed silent, Joshua staged the first ever student protest in Hong Kong to oppose National Education - and won. Since then, Joshua led the Umbrella Revolution and has spearheaded the ongoing Extradition Bill protests which have seen 1.7 million people take the streets and are hitting our news headlines daily. His efforts have garnered him mass global news coverage, a Nobel Peace Prize nomination and over 100 days in jail. This is Joshua's story told for the first time, straight from the frontline of activism. Collecting his prison letters and personal reflections, 'Unfree Speech' is Joshua's rallying cry for all of us to rise up and fight for our freedoms. Hong Kong is the canary in the coal mine. When we stay silent, no-one is safe: when we free our speech, they can't stop all of us.

Format
Paperback
Published
30/01/2020
ISBN
9780753554791
Publisher
WH ALLEN
Weight
226kg

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"This book is a ray of light in the dark realm of despotism. I am happy to know this beautiful and inspiring man. Joshua Wong is the future that has already come. He is an example for all who believe that human rights cannot be taken away and that only we decide what our future will be. Together we are one loud voice that cannot be silenced." Greta Thunberg "If we want freedom, we need to learn from Hong Kong. With values, tactics, and courage, Joshua Wong shows us the way." Timothy Snyder "Joshua Wong represents a new generation of rebel. All they require and demand is a single value: freedom." Ai Weiwei

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