will the Samoan community accept an enthusiastic foreigner in a cultural leadership role?
“¡Murales Rebeldes! L.A. Chicana/o Murals under Siege" is a new book and exhibition that uncover the demise of some of L.A.'s most important Chicanx murals — and what their stories can teach Angelenos about the future of this mighty art form.
Fine art is filled with glass blown objects but few artists have been able to achieve glass-blown human subjects that critique the harsh realities of today, the hallmark of Jaime Guerrero’s artwork and career.
Photographer Harry Gamboa Jr.'s latest exhibit at the Autry features nearly 100 portraits of Chicanos he believes represent the evolution of the term among Mexican-American men.
This film explores the complex issues that have been raised by the increasingly life-like sex robots.
A government plan to rebuild a large public housing estate has raised the flags because the redevelopment site would include an old dairy farm built among a verdant valley in 1886.
"La Memoria Del Sonido" builds an arc of experiences and connections between noise and the sounds in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Community members have been preserving the cultural heritage of the Q’eswachaka bridge, the last living legacy of Inca architecture, by using ancestral techniques, creativity and solidarity.
Will State Senate leadership let Trump and Cadiz run roughshod over our parks, or will they preserve California?
Only three hours away from Los Angeles, the Carrizo Plain National Monument is not a park with a list of destinations to visit; rather, it is a place to be discovered and met on its own terms.
Raphael Sbarge interviews geochemistry professor Jess Adkins about climate change, the environment and the political atmosphere in which we now find ourselves.
Geographer David Harvey weighs in on natural disasters and how we could organize our cities better to avoid them and Thanu Yakupitiyage from 350.org explains why climate justice requires reversing our policies on refugees.
The U.S. election is over, but Germans head to the polls this weekend. Take our quiz to see which German party you would choose to run the country.
Massive earthquake strikes central Mexico, killing at least 217 people. Meanwhile hurricane Maria strikes Puerto Rico as a category 4 storm. This and more in today's headlines.
This past weekend, a surprising gathering took place at President Trump’s childhood home in Queens, New York.
Sixteen-year-old Chandni runs a newspaper written by and for the nearly half a million homeless children on the streets of Delhi.
Places like this coffee shop in Shanghai make it easier for China's LGBTQ community to meet openly.
Pa Ni Paw and Naw Gay Moo are among 140,000 people from Myanmar living in nine refugee camps along the Thai border.
In the week leading up to the world’s first albinism beauty contest, we follow three young Kenyan contestants as they step into the spotlight.
Gentrification arrives with promises of revitalization but has also developed from a history of discriminatory laws and practices in the United States. City Rising illuminates this history and reveals how gentrification is traditionally molded.
"Artbound Presents Studio A" is an original music series featuring performances and interviews from music's top acts.
"Trust Docs" is new documentary magazine series in collaboration with the Thomson Reuters Foundation that uncovers under-reported stories around the world.
National broadcasters from more than two dozen countries have contributed to this collection of documentaries showcasing the citizens who are bringing about significant change in urban planning, infrastructure, and social issues.
DW offers a look at how Nigeria views the upcoming German elections.
DW's election road trip stops in Dresden, where the anti-immigration movement is still strong.
Affordable housing is a big issue concerning Germans ahead of the September federal election.
Hear from this U.S.-based voter about her view of the German election from abroad.
"Is There Hope for Planet Earth" explores the causes and long-term effects of climate change with paleoclimatologist Jess Adkins.
In "We the People 2.0," Thomas Linzey of the Community Environmental Defense Fund discusses how the government colonizes our minds to pacify dissent.
In "We the People 2.0," Ashley Hernandez of Stand Up LA discusses the price paid by people living in refinery-adjacent communities such as Wilmington, California.
California enacted SB 32, a landmark climate legislation, which requires the state to cut greenhouse gas emissions to 40% by the year 2030.
One of the worst ecological disaster in U.S. history is rapidly approaching, a casualty of the drought and “water wars” in the Southwest.
With a view of the Salton Sea, community art event "Projections" was a reflection of the lives of those who work and live in the town of North Shore.
The Salton Sea-adjacent town of Brawley is recuperating from a massive fire. Writer/ photographer duo High & Dry visit with community members who have not given up.
The Salton Sea is full of questions. Writer/ photographer duo High & Dry explore abandoned, mysterious ruins found off the Red Hill Marina.