• Egyptian President Morsi on May 13, 2012. Photo: Youtube user MEMRITVVideos.
    The Egyptian Intellectual Constitution

    Following Egypt’s revolution, many forces have been working towards a new constitution for the country. Hamdy El-Gazzar highlights a group of intellectuals and artists who have created a “Cultural Constitution” to preserve intellectual freedom.

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  • Saya U Win Pe
    U Win Pe: A Versatile Man

    U Win Pe, artist, writer, director, and cartoonist is profiled in this week’s Teahouse by Khet Mar. Throughout his career, U Win Pe has drawn the connection between art, writing and freedom of expression. He plans to return to Burma after 18 years of exile.

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  • Pussy Riot on Trial
    Freedom of Speech Roundup

    This week, members of Russian feminist punk band Pussy Riot sentenced to two years in prison, Ecuador granted political asylum to Julian Assange, Mexican poet Javier Sicilia kicks off U.S. Caravan for Peace. Also, news from Burma, South Korea, Honduras.

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  • Mexico: Enrique Peña Nieto
    Freedom of Speech Roundup

    In this week’s Freedom of Speech Roundup, an interview with Russian feminist collective Pussy Riot, and pieces on the passing of Gore Vidal and Alexander Cockburn. Also, news and analysis on Mexico, Burma, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Belarus, China, Iraq, and USA.

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  • Yasmín Silvia Portales, founder of the Rainbow Project. Photo: Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo
    KISS KISS, BANG GANG

    In this week’s Revolution Evening Post Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo talks about political kisses in Havana and focuses on the recent Gay Pride Day celebration there and the movement fighting for LGBT rights.

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  • Tsering Woeser
    Freedom of Speech Roundup

    In this week’s Freedom of Speech Roundup news and analysis from Mexico, Syria, Tibet, Ireland, and the US. Also interviews with journalist Jose Antonio Vargas and Pankaja Thakur, an executive on the Censor Board of India.

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