A Reading and Conversation with Sheila Heti and Sigrid Nunez
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Deborah Ellis Reads at Who Will Speak for the Child?
Deborah Ellis reads the story of a young boy whom she met in in the slums of Lusaka, Zambia, and the story of an Iraqi child who is now… More
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Allowing law enforcement to commit “authorized privacy violations” will ensure investigations are not hindered, a senior government official told @Reuters on Wednesday, amid worries that India’s new privacy law will increase state surveillance: https://bit.ly/38uiSQd.
A group of artists have presented the president of Kyrgyzstan with an open letter decrying the censorship of an exhibition at the Kyrgyz National Museum of Fine Arts and calling for the resignation of the minister of culture: https://bit.ly/38udLiO via @TheArtNewspaper.