Cuban performance artist Tania Bruguera was arrested outside her home on December 30th 2014, on her way to Havana’s Revolution Square, where she was to set up a microphone for Cubans to make their voices heard, one minute at a time....
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The Voice Project unconditionally condemns the terrible attack on the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, and any and all attempts to extinguish free press, intimidate writers and artists, or silence the voices of dissent. There is no justification for this aggression, and no place for...
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In 2014 we saw the world become more intolerant of dissent. A quotation usually misattributed to George Orwell seemed to be more frequently making the rounds on social media; “In a time of universal deceit — telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” It’s meaningful...
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Cuban performance artist Tania Bruguera was arrested outside her home on December 30th 2014, on her way to Havana’s Revolution Square, where she was to set up a microphone for Cubans to make their voices heard, one minute at a time.
Chinese ethnocide in Tibet has involved a careful policy of cultural cleansing by imprisoning Tibetan artists who speak out about the government's policy of abuse or even simply advocate for cultural pride or sing about continuing Tibetan traditions or language.
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