Ithaca City of Asylum

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ICOA’s 15th Anniversary: ICTV

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CPJ welcomes new probe into murder of Sri Lankan journalist Lasantha Wickramatunga

Source: CPJ welcomes new probe into murder of Sri Lankan journalist Lasantha Wickramatunga

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Reading by Raza Rumi 9/28 4:30 Olin Library

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Dusk, the Girl, the Antiquated Railway

This railroad has not been used for years. The solid rails rusted, just like your lifetime is eroded by wind and storms. The rails lie peacefully on the road bed, winding to a remote place. There is an abandoned factory…

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Red fox

The red fox’s body is lying in the road. Wind blows its red fur, its fluffy tail, as vivid as if it were still alive. The sky, the wood, and meandering road are quiet as usual. May light is splendid…

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Afar

Far away, always far away. Your hometown—you’ll use your whole life but you can’t reach it. Clouds flow with water; you surrender all longing to the sky. Soil floats in the air above the earth, just like a mother’s love…

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Voices of Freedom 2016

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Library exhibits celebrate ICOA’s 15th anniversary

In honor of ICOA’s 15th anniversary, the Tompkins County Public Library and Olin Library at Cornell University will both feature exhibits about the organization’s history. Running from September 15 through October 15, each exhibit features images, writing, and historical materials….

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Voices of Freedom September 25

Join Raza Rumi, Sonali Samarasinghe, Sarah Mkhonza, and Yi Ping in helping Ithaca City of Asylum celebrate 15 years of supporting dissident voices. Featuring a short reading and panel discussion with refreshments following the event. The Kitchen Theatre 417 W. State…

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New Blog Post by Irakli Kakabadze

Former ICOA writer Irakli Kakabadze has become an ICORN writer in residence in Barcelona, Spain. Recently he wrote this blog post for Arcade.  His residency was announced in the Spanish-language newspaper La Vanguardia.   

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