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The End of Skill: Mamle Kabu

“The message for Vanessa showed his growing awareness of the issue of African-American heritage and its value on the kente market.”

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Cartoon: RK Laxman Dies in India

Spectoons pays tribute to the late cartoonist RK Laxman, who passed away on January 26, 2015.

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Blogger Liza Bogutskaya braves the roads in Crimea in a car decorated with Ukrainian embroidery patterns and dresses in Ukrainian colors. Image from Facebook.

In Crimea, No Room for Blogger Liza Bogutskaya And Her Pro-Ukrainian Views

Liza Bogutskaya’s outspokenness against what she sees as Russia’s illegal occupation of Crimea has made her a favorite of pro-Ukrainians online and an enemy of the Russian state administering Crimea.

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The Freedom Chat: A Conversation with Andrea Daza Tapia

The 10 Most Popular Freedom Chats of 2014

This year, Sampsonia Way introduced The Freedom Chats, a new series that features interviews with journalists and other international media personalities who face censorship and repression in their home countries. Join us in reviewing the most viewed Freedom Chats from 2014.

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Cartoon: And the Winner is…

Greek cartoonist Sofia Mamalinga on Alexis Tsiras’ victorious election.

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The End of Skill: Mamle Kabu
by Sampsonia Way / January 28, 2015
"The message for Vanessa showed his growing awareness of the issue of African-American heritage and its value on the kente market." Read more...
The revolution's aftermath may be scattered and incomplete, but its spirit still lingers in Egypt. Photo via Flickr user: Joseph Hill.
It’s Not Over
by Nesreen Salem / January 25, 2015
In her first column for Sampsonia Way, Nasreen Salem speculates that Egypt’s revolution is still ongoing. Read more...
Three Percent has become an important source for international translated literature.
“We Don’t Want to Publish the Estonian Jonathan Franzen”: Three Percent’s Chad W. Post
by Caitlyn Christensen / December 17, 2014
Chad W. Post, editor at Three Percent and publisher at Open Letter Books, is making a space for international translated literature in 2014. Read more...
The Freedom Chat: A Conversation with Andrea Daza Tapia
The 10 Most Popular Freedom Chats of 2014
by Sampsonia Way / January 27, 2015
This year, Sampsonia Way introduced The Freedom Chats, a new series that features interviews with journalists and other international media personalities who face censorship and repression in their home countries. Join us in reviewing the most viewed Freedom Chats from 2014. Read more...

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  • The Freedom Chat: A Conversation with Andrea Daza Tapia
    The 10 Most Popular Freedom Chats of 2014

    This year, Sampsonia Way introduced The Freedom Chats, a new series that features interviews with journalists and other international media personalities who face censorship and repression in their home countries. Join us in reviewing the most viewed Freedom Chats from 2014.

    Read more...

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