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Free El Sexto!

Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo on the arrest and ongoing detention of Cuban graffiti artist El Sexto.

The invitation to Totally Naked. Photo provided by author.

“Totally Naked”

In times of oppression, almost everything becomes political, including a photographic exhibition celebrating nudity.

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Cartoon: The Labours of Tsipras

Enrico Bertuccioli on the struggles facing Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

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Myanmar’s People Learn to Negotiate

Students have used strikes and protests to put pressure on Myanmar’s government to engage in dialogue with its people, and create meaningful political change.

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Cartoon: Shortage Issues in Venezuela

Lucas García (Venezuela) on the economic shortages plaguing Venezuela.

The End of Skill: Mamle Kabu
by Sampsonia Way / January 28, 2015
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Cuban artist El Sexto is in jail. Photo provided by the author.
¡Liberen al Sexto!
by Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo / February 27, 2015
Solidaridad con El Sexto ahora: grafiteros de todos los países, ¡uníos! 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...
Sedition Act in Malaysia
Slideshow: Cartoons by Arrested Malaysian Artist Zunar
by Olivia Stransky / February 13, 2015
On Tuesday night, Malaysian cartoonist Zulkifli Anwar Ulhaque (also known as Zunar) was arrested for sedition. Read more...

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