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    We’re Here, We’re Qwerty, and I’m Not Sure I Want to Get Used To It

    June 23, 2014  —  

    The musician JD Samson (of Le Tigre and MEN) proposes we celebrate Pride Month with a commitment to commemorate and support diverse struggles across the LGBTQI community, joining together for interpersonal, intersectional discussions instead of divisive online debates.  More
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    Conflicts in Kyrgyzstan Foreshadow Water Wars to Come

    June 17, 2014  —  

    Photographer Fyodor Savintsev documents the mountainous landscape, crumbling Soviet irrigation system and new Russian-backed energy infrastructure of Kyrgyzstan, a country at the center of water conflicts that threaten to engulf Central Asia in the coming years.  More
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    No One Sits Here Anymore:
    How Spikes and Fences Erase Communal Life

    June 16, 2014  —  

    Artist Léonidas Martín reflects on urban design elements like spikes, fences, barbed wire and cacti that restrict access to public spaces.  More
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    25 Years After the Tiananmen Crackdown

    June 2, 2014  —  

    To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen crackdown, Creative Time Reports presents reflections on China’s 1989 democracy movement from artists involved in the historic exhibition “China: June 4, 1989,” in partnership with the Asian American Writers’ Workshop.  More
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    Water Water Everywhere:
    Songs About Climate Change

    May 30, 2014  —  

    In partnership with Marfa Dialogues/NY, Creative Time Reports presents video from a performance by the musician and artist Nora York and an accompanying conversation between York and the publisher and environmental advocate Hamilton Fish.  More
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    Editor’s Letter

    Mary Lampson, a co-director of the groundbreaking 1976 documentary Underground, reflects on her experience interviewing fugitive members of the Weather Underground for a film that resonates with present-day concerns about war, surveillance, police brutality and the punishment of dissent.

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