Thailand’s Sureerat Chiwarak shaved her head in a protest to support her activist son jailed for weeks without bail on criminal charges of insulting the country’s king. Sureerat has now formed an alliance with other Thai mothers also searching for justice
"I've learned that if you don't fight back against these people, you will only be oppressed," says Sureerat Chiwarak, the mother of an activist who has been in jail for weeks.
A supporter holds a drawing of Thai protest leaders Parit 'Penguin' Chiwarak and Panusaya 'Rung' Sithijirawattanakul, who face lese majeste charges, during a demonstration demanding their release in Bangkok. More photos of the day: ? @jane_chalinee
Thai police arrest student leader Parit Chiwarak on sedition charges
Thai authorities should immediately release pro-democracy activists detained on charges of insulting the monarchy. Prominent Thammasat Univ students Parit Chiwarak and Panusaya Sithijirawattanakul have been on hunger strike in protest for 35 and 21 days.
#UPDATE Thai police on Friday arrested prominent democracy activist Parit#Chiwarak following his participation in protests calling for government reforms, a new constitution and an overhaul of a law shielding the powerful monarchy
Parit Chirawak vows to join major protest in Thailand on Sunday after his release on bail
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