The Memorial Of First Girl of Enghelab Street Ever, Vida Movahed

ICBPS- Girls of Enghelab Street (Farsi: دختران_خیابان_انقلاب#‎) was a series of protests against compulsory hijab in Iran. The protest was inspired by an Iranian woman, Vida Movahed, who stood in the crowd on a utility box in the Enghelab Street, in the Iranian capital Tehran on 27 December 2017, tied her hijab, a white headscarf, to a stick, and waved it to the crowd as a flag.

Iranian Women’s Role In Iran Protests

But in fact, those women who chant slogans against the tyrannical regime in Iran’s streets or protest against the systematic gender-based discrimination of the Islamic regime in the social networks are the heroes and the myths of the movements. Those women who we never heard their names, and their identities will never be written in the news or books. They are the superheroes.

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