Roxana Saberi/Guest Blogger

Roxana Saberi is a journalist for Al-Jazeera America. She was working as a freelance journalist in Iran when she was detained for 100 days in 2009 on charges of espionage. Her book, Between Two Worlds: My Life and Captivity in Iran, chronicles her experiences and the stories of her fellow political prisoners in Evin Prison.

Saberi (Reuters)

We must speak out for the imprisoned in Iran

On the one-year anniversary of Iran’s disputed June 12 presidential election, it is a good opportunity for those of us who enjoy certain freedoms to speak out for journalists in Iran who are struggling to make their own voices heard.

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