On Feb. 11, the day after a late-night speech by President Hosni Mubarak raised and then dashed hopes that he would resign, large crowds flooded into Tahrir Square and marched through downtown Cairo. Here, thousands of protesters fill the street in front of the headquarters of Egypt's state television, despised by protesters for reporting that the uprising was prompted by foreign media. "Where is Jazeera now?'' crowds chanted, yelling up at the blank windows of state TV. "Here are the Egyptian people." Image by Ellen Knickmeyer, Egypt, 2011.