THAILAND: Anti-govt movement opens rural minds through “schools”

THAILAND: Anti-govt movement opens rural minds through "schools" - IPS, February 10, 2010
..."This is the first time I am joining this school," says Songkan, a mother of two children. "I want to learn about injustice and what is wrong in our country after I became an active supporter of the Red Shirts after the April crackdown last year."
Her views are echoed by Pathamawan Sriwongudonslip, who gave up her normal Sunday routine tending to the orchids in her garden to don a red shirt and to listen to lectures on political, social and economic injustice that voters in rural Thailand have been subjected to by Bangkok's royalist-dominated political machine...

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