It has been nearly two months since the popular protests in Egypt drove President Hosni Mubarak from power and now thousands have gathered again in Tahrir Square demanding that he and his family be put on trial over allegations of corruption.
It is one of the major issues which unified the protesters from the start - and among them was Sarah Rifky, the curator of the Townhouse Gallery in Cairo.
That hub of cultural activity became a rallying place for those who took part in the revolution, and in this First Person account she talks about her experience and where she feels the country stands today.
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