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Emily Ho, one of the curators for the Umbrella Movement exhibition, assembles the umbrella sculpture for Umbrella Movement: Youth & Activism.

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(L-R) Christina Ho, Jonathan Cortez, Emily Sellon, Kara Noto, and Andrea Ledesma - the curatorial team for the Umbrella Movement exhibitions - gather in front of an umbrella sculpture.

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The introduction panel to Umbrella Movement: Youth & Activism hangs in the entry way to the exhibition.

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Photos hang on the walls of Umbrella Movement: Youth & Activism.

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Photos, banners, and an umbrella sculpture hang alongside one another in Umbrella Movement: Youth & Activism.

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The University of Rhode Island, Feinstein campus welcomes visitors to Moments: Images from the Umbrella Movement on Providence Gallery Night.

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Post-it notes from the Lennon wall surround the documentary film screening at Umbrella Movement: Youth & Activism.

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Susan Smulyan, Director of the Public Humanities Program, welcomes guests to a lecture by Prof. Oscar Ho, director of the MA in Cultural Management Program of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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Susan Smulyan, Director of the Public Humanities Program, welcomes guests to a lecture by Prof. Oscar Ho, director of the MA in Cultural Management Program of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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Visitors walk through the entryway of Umbrella Movement: Youth & Activism.

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Visitors walk through the entryway of Umbrella Movement: Youth & Activism.

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Banners hang from the windows of the Public Humanities Gallery in Umbrella Movement: Youth & Activism.

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Visitors gather in Umbrella Movement: Youth and Activism.

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Visitors observe the Lennon Wall installation at Umbrella Movement: Youth and Activism.

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The Hong Kong Spideys hung a 10-story tall 'We want true election' banner on the cliff of Lion Rock. However, the government, which was not elected by the people, would not allow the existence a phrase that represents the spirit of Hong Kong.…

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Totalitarian,' 'insane,' these are the words used by the Hong Kong Human Rights Monitor when describing the drive out by the Mong Kok police. Does the image of the police through the hole of a picture of a fell and damaged man seems even more insane…

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A policeman clears up the protesters with his baton. Protesters try to seize the government headquarter and it causes a lot of casualties during the night.
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