Iran’s Green Revolution, One Year later

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Alexandra Sandels reports that security is tight in Tehran.

Eskander Sedaghi discusses where the Green Revolution has to go next.

Greg Scoblete asks how much would be different had the Green Revolution succeeded.

James Miller argues that the Green Revolution is ongoing, and important.

“But the veneer of calm masks what many here call the ‘fire under the ashes,’ a low-grade burn of cynicism and distrust.”

“Religion,” a poem by Amy Motlagh, at Splinter Generation.

“The Green of Iran,” a Rumpus Original Poem by Sholeh Wolpé.


Brian Spears's first collection of poetry, A Witness in Exile, is now available through Louisiana Literature Press, and at his personal website. He is the Poetry Editor for The Rumpus, and teaches poetry at Drake University. More from this author →