This story was published by Global Post on February 24, 2014
By ALLISON SHIRK
RABAT, Morocco — As the sun set behind the train station in Morocco’s capital, a young man sat behind a café window watching protesters march past the parliament building, demanding jobs from the government.
Youness Belghazi, who once was an active member of one of the biggest protest movements in Morocco, no longer marches. Now, Belghazi said, he uses the camera he held firmly in his lap as his weapon against the injustices he says his country faces.