Interactive audio map plots the sounds of protests around the world

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Protests often take shape in order to amplify the voices of activists and communities around the world. A new audio project is making sure those voices stay heard, long after the protests end.

Protest & Politics,” created by UK-based artist Stuart Fowkes, is an interactive map that marks the locations of noteworthy protests over time, along with field recordings from people who were there on the ground. The goal is to document and showcase how people voice dissent across the globe.

For each plot point you click on the map, you can hear the sounds of protests and demonstrations like the Women’s Marches in New York and Los Angeles, a protest for Indigenous rights in Canada’s Northwest Territories, an anti-austerity demonstration in Athens, Greece, and a Black Lives Matter protest in Philadelphia.  Read more…

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Source: Mashable
Interactive audio map plots the sounds of protests around the world

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