In the mining area of Tunisia, on January 5, 2008, a sit-in in front of the town hall of Redeyef marked the beginning of a movement of civil disobedience which lasted 6 months. The participants are teachers, unemployed and young people, all in despair. They created a popular movement unprecedented in the history of Tunisia, the "revolt of dignity", which gave birth, three years later, to the Tunisian revolution. Now, what remains of this human adventure? Broken souls, open wounds, but also pride and dignity.
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Director, PhD student in Modern Letters at Aix-Marseille University and holder of a master's degree in New Literary Spaces from Paris 13 University, he was trained at Ate...