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Karen Ho

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Karen Ho is an LA-based writer and editor working in digital media with a background in journalism, magazine writing and web. She loves a hot bowl of noodles in her hometown of Monterey Park, and doodling in her sketchbook.

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A pregnant woman in prison uniform places a hand over her belly. | From "America ReFramed: Tutwiler"
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America ReFramed

Pregnancy and Motherhood Behind Bars Explored in 'Tutwiler'

“Tutwiler,” a documentary short by Frontline and The Marshall Project, provides a window to an often unrealized perspective — women tackling pregnancy and motherhood while carrying the weight of their past decisions behind bars.
Koen and Alexandra, founders of Hygge Life, gaze at each other. | From "Link Voices: Finding Hygge"
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Link Voices

Exploring Denmark’s Secret to Happiness in 'Finding Hygge'

In Link Voices’ “Finding Hygge,” 20 production crew members embark on a journey to explore the multilayered meaning of Denmark’s secret to happiness, "hygge."
A bordered patch butterfly rests on a purple flower. | From "Link Voices: Ay Mariposa"
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Link Voices

Five Things We Learned from Watching 'Ay Mariposa'

In the Lower Rio Grande Valley, 95 percent of butterfly habitat has disappeared, and one of its few places left to call home is at the mercy of the concrete U.S.-Mexico border wall.
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