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Have you noticed how it's always the noisiest people in the room, who have the least interesting things to say?Would an actual Hoover help sort this vacuum problem out?I assume that the point of sucking the nation into a vortex of depressing tit for tat is to distract us from the urgent issues plaguing our country: dire refugee camp conditions, crippling unemployment, lack of public spaces, poor infrastructure and environmental degradation. Others, like the collective action-driven FRAME, are documenting urban life in Lebanon through photography competitions and, by doing so, advocating other organizations like Nahnoo, Public Works and Train Train, who dream of reviving Lebanon's soul and identity by fighting for access to public spaces, better infrastructure and rebuilding its railways, respectively and collectively.
Whose life is it anyway?
Removing the blind spots
Putting the love back in Lebanon
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