"Sea Sick in Paradise" is an art exhibition that explores surfing and the ocean in an idyllic form, as a site for inclusion and as a place that needs to be protected from environmental harm.
"Carne y Arena" is an immersive installation from Academy Award-winning director Alejandro Iñárritu that puts the viewer in a story about human bodies crammed into vehicles and transported across borders — journeys with no guarantees of a safe arrival.
In his book, “North Korea," Los Angeles-based photographer Mark Edward Harris captures the lives and culture of North Korea's citizens.
A historic look at how cultural ignorance paved the way for pellagra.
Second-generation Chinese photographer Megan Blackwell has never been to China and doesn’t speak the language.
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Participants in a housing cooperative in Lyon band together to share space and the responsibilities of homeownership in a Vertical Village.
This video shows how three Korean families broke out of the traditional housing mold by building their dream house together.
As species collapse around the world while governments still authorize fossil fuel extraction and other destructive, unsustainable activities, communities across the U.S. are rising in resistance to "occupy the law."
Raquel Redshirt responded to a need in her community by creating a solar oven using materials found within the Navajo Nation.
Founded on a history of indigenous erasure, critical surf studies unravel the conventional narratives of surf culture in Hawaii, California, and beyond.
This documentary captures breathtaking views of nature and the mind-bending insight of the world’s greatest evolutionary scientists, down-to-earth farmers and Hawaiian wisdom keepers.
Massive protests against white supremacists and the Trump administration continued nationwide on Monday, from the streets of North Carolina to the halls of Washington, where three corporate CEOs resigned.
Today's episode examines the "Unite the Right" white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, this weekend that erupted into violence, resulting in three deaths.
This film explores the difficult choices that lead to trafficking of young women in Romania.
The front page of Guam’s Pacific Daily News reads "14 Minutes!" That’s how long it would take North Korean missiles to reach Guam if there is an escalation of the threat of nuclear war between the U.S. and North Korea.
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.
"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.
Calls for the removal of the statues are even coming from the descendants of the leaders of the Confederacy.
"Democracy Now" looks at one of the groups who confronted the white supremacists in the streets: the antifascists known as antifa.
In this episode, "Good Old Times" from Slovakia (Comedy), "Call Unknown" from the U.S. (Suspense), "Remain Rain" from Iran (Emerging), "Recast: The Story of Pune's Tambat Ali (Copper Alley)" from India (Documentary), and "The Door to Freedom" from Germany
Explore the pipeline route, the effects it will have on surrounding communities and beyond, and a few of the alternatives to the fossil fuel-dependent economy of which DAPL is one small piece.
"M*A*S*H" actor Mike Farrell and Academy Award-winning actor James Oliver Cromwell share their thoughts on what the current state of capitalism means for the environment.
Academy Award-winning actor James Oliver Cromwell shares his experience going to jail in light of refusing to pay an environmental protest fine.
Businesses outside the road closure area are still open, and visitors are welcomed. Just remember that not everyone there is on vacation.
ISIS fighters stormed Nadia Murad's village to kill and take other Yazidi women and girls like her as sex slaves. Post-escape, she has become a global advocate for victims of sex trafficking.
Marie Wilcox, the last fluent speaker of the Wukchumni language, is creating a dictionary to keep her language alive.
A shocking lawsuit accuses the Washington, D.C., police of using sexual abuse as a form of punishment targeting people arrested during protests against President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
California enacted SB 32, a landmark climate legislation, which requires the state to cut greenhouse gas emissions to 40% by the year 2030.
Two Iowa-based Catholic Worker activists revealed they secretly carried out multiple acts of sabotage and arson in order to stop construction of the controversial $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline.
The very same day President Trump announced he is pulling the United States out of the landmark 2015 climate accord, oil began flowing through the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline.
An explosive new investigation by The Intercept reveals how international private security firm TigerSwan targeted Dakota Access water protectors with military-style counterterrorism measures.
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