“30 years later, the human chain that ‘unshackled’ the Baltic nations still matters”

Check out this article that Indra Ekmanis, one of our PhD graduates and Associate Editor for The World’s the immigration desk, published for Public Radio International!

“That August day 30 years ago, Dainius Vaičekonis joined hands with almost 2 million people in what was then the longest human chain in history, a mass demonstration that brought the Baltic countries closer to freedom after 50 years of communist rule. Today, it offers a relevant, nonviolent template for pro-democracy groups fighting for human rights.”

You can read the entire article HERE.

*This story originally appeared on Public Radio International.*