Playwrights in the Newsroom Workshop: Highland Park
Borderless: Conversations on Art, Action, and Justice
Risk and Reward: Local Journalists Covering the Front Lines of War in Syria and Yemen
Saudi Arabia: Impunity and the Silencing of Dissent
Authoring Advocacy: Bearing Witness in an Era of Mass Incarceration
The Tension Between the First Amendment, Safety, and Inclusivity: Law, Policy, and the Role of Counseling Centers
Campus at a Crossroads: Free Speech, Truth, and Democracy in an Election Year
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Today on #thePENpod, @writerjalvarez joins us in discussing how we can utilize this "deeply mythic moment" we're living in to tackle the many social pandemics we are experiencing, and how literature can open us up to change. LISTEN 🎧: https://bit.ly/2ZOaR59
Writers, artists, and students debate the upcoming removal of a Depression-era mural at the University of Kentucky. Some want to see the mural removed, while others say hiding it is artistic censorship and obscuring the state’s history of slavery. https://nyti.ms/38xDmYM
Google, Facebook, and Twitter said they were reviewing China’s punitive new national security law for the city, a rare public questioning of Chinese policy by major U.S. tech companies. They have yet to decide to cooperate with parts of the law. https://nyti.ms/2VRaXrq