Millions use Facebook everyday all over the world. Each user has their own page that displays a timeline of their Facebook activity. Photos, videos, links and personal updates about their interests and lives.
So what would a Facebook timeline look like for a political prisoner in Iran?
Unlock Iran answers that question with this eye-opening online experience that raises awareness of the 800+ prisoners wrongly serving sentences in Iran. These human rights violations offend a broad spectrum of persons, including activists, students, politicians, scientists, lawyers, actors, journalists, community leaders, artists and teachers.
Here are 10 Iranian political prisoners Unlock Iran focuses on:
The website is really nice. You can follow each of the 10 prisoners, and you can also browse prisoners based on “type”:
Here’s the beginning of Bahá’í Seven:
You’ll see quotes, updates, photos and videos telling the her story.
And the point of all this?
It’s not just about spreading awareness, it’s about action:
Learn more about the political prisoners of Iran and take action!