The uprisings of the Arab world in 2011 has become one of the most remarkable moments of this century, with a new generation using the internet and social media to challenge their oppressive rulers. This revolution is not like any other insurgence before; it has been facilitated by social media platforms that could not be blocked off by armies or tanks.
Mishal Husain’s documentary How Facebook Changed the World provides an insightful look at the origins of the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions and shows how quickly these movements grew through word-of-mouth on the internet. Social and political change were accelerated by a generation growing up in an age where communicating swiftly and widely is a norm.
This documentary is an essential viewing for anyone wanting to understand how people around the world can come together to create effective change through social media platforms. From its look inside the snowballing effect of online movements to its touchingly moving accounts from activists, How Facebook Changed the World will have you captivated until its very end.
So don’t miss out on this chance to gain insight into one of history’s most remarkable revolutions, watch How Facebook Changed The World now!