In this Well-read Red segment, Clayton Morgareidge reviews some of the ways our digital activity is recorded and is increasingly being sorted and reviewed by both industry and government. He asks whether privacy is a lost cause, and if so, what kind of world would be safe without it. For sources, go here, here, and here.
“Her Song” by Kathleen O’Shea – “Not one woman but dozens on death row in America today tell their stories of hope and survival.” This dramatization was presented in Washington DC at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, by the Safe Streets Arts Foundation, Dennis Sobin, Director (an ex-felon who founded the organization to present the creative writing of others—in prison and recently released). We heard songs and stories and shared a glimpse of women on death row.