Posts Tagged: oppression
INTERNMENT introduces us to Layla, a teen American-Muslim, and her frustration and incredulousness at how basic civil liberties are being dismantled—while the people around her seem to just watch in defeated silence. Layla knows, and we know, that we were warned. This is happening because we didn’t do anything. INTERNMENT shakes us out of our stupor and encourages us to speak now and fight against a world that is spiralling towards complete oppression.