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Laurie Anderson, Tenzin Choegyal, Jesse Paris Smith – “Lotus Born, No Need to Fear”

July 25, 2019           |                                       

Laurie Anderson, Tenzin Choegyal, Jesse Paris Smith perform “Lotus Born, No Need to Fear” off ‘Songs from the Bardo’, available 9/27/2019 and available for pre-order: https://orcd.co/songsfromthebardo ‘Songs from the Bardo’ begins with a bell ringing out once, twice, three times, as a ritualistic chant emerges from the dense silence. The collaborative composition by avant-garde icon […]

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I Knew I Could Fly – Our Native Daughters

June 20, 2019           |                                       

“Alli and I co-wrote the lyrics to this song, thinking of discrimination and how it has shaped our American experience; as we were writing the words, we realized that they could equally apply to the life and legacy of Etta Baker. I used to practice guitar to Etta Baker’s album Railroad Bill. Etta was a […]

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Our Native Daughters – “I Knew I Could Fly”

June 20, 2019           |                                       

“Alli and I co-wrote the lyrics to this song, thinking of discrimination and how it has shaped our American experience; as we were writing the words, we realized that they could equally apply to the life and legacy of Etta Baker. I used to practice guitar to Etta Baker’s album Railroad Bill. Etta was a […]

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Kyrgyz Authorities Probe Atambaev's Eavesdropping Accusations

May 30, 2019           |                                       

BISHKEK — Kyrgyz authorities have launched a probe into claims by former President Almazbek Atambaev that his office was bugged by the State Committee for National Security (UKMK). The Military Prosecutor’s Office said on May 30 that Atambaev filed a formal complaint on May 27. If proven true, the allegations would amount to a violation […]

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Cook County Judge Loosens Unusual Restrictions on Publishing Details of Child Welfare Case

April 15, 2019           |                                       

A Cook County judge Monday lifted part of her previous order prohibiting ProPublica Illinois from publishing some details of a child welfare case it has been investigating, conceding that the restriction was “overbroad.” At the same time, Patricia Martin, the presiding judge of the Cook County Juvenile Court’s child protection division, continued to block the […]

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Cook County Judge Keeps Limit on Publication in Place in Child Welfare Case

April 5, 2019           |                                       

A highly unusual judicial order blocking ProPublica Illinois and other news organizations from publishing some information about an ongoing child welfare case will remain in place for at least several more days. In a hearing on Friday, Patricia Martin, presiding judge of Cook County Juvenile Court’s child protection division, said she will rule on a […]

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Researchers Find More Cases of Facebook App Data Exposure

April 4, 2019           |                                       

SAN FRANCISCO—Security researchers have uncovered more instances of Facebook user data being publicly exposed on the internet, further underscoring its struggles as it deals with a slew of privacy and other problems. The researchers from the firm UpGuard said in a blog post Wednesday that the data, which included user names and passwords, came from […]

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