Protest in Central Hong Kong calls for a pardon for Edward Snowden
Children born to refugees are stateless in Hong Kong. They join their parents to protest in Central Hong Kong calling for a pardon for NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and improved rights for refugees. Following the news that refugees had hid Snowden, those that hid him are regarded in the community as heroes. Socialist Action and the Refugee Union support the refugees in their protest leaving from Chater Gardens heading to the United States Consulate General office in Garden road.