Seven Ways Myanmar’s Military is Cracking Down on Free Expression in the Wake of the Coup
As the United Nations warns that Myanmar could descend into “full blown conflict,” the risks to writers, demonstrators, journalists, human rights activists, and artists couldn’t be more dire. More
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“The kinds of people who stood up for me in the bad years might not do so now,” @SalmanRushdie told The Guardian in 2021. “The idea that being offended is a valid critique has gained a lot of traction.” (1/3)
Don't miss historian Jonathan Zimmerman's piece on the #history #education wars, part of the Freedom to Learn Series @madebyhistory @washingtonpost, sponsored by PEN America. https://www.washingtonpost.com/made-by-history/2022/08/15/truth-about-history-education-wars-2022/
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