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.

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