Exhibition “Artists Assemble!” highlights a new generation of comic book artists who weren’t satisfied with the narrow conception of heroes and heroines in the mainstream.
In Boyle Heights, the conflict between art spaces and local grassroots organizations has escalated. Residents are bringing into question the direct and indirect complicity of artists and cultural spaces in the displacement of communities.
If walls could speak, an important 19th century landmark in San Diego, La Casa de Estudillo, would convey a complex past. For a period, craze for a novel -- Helen Hunt Jackson’s 1884 “Ramona” -- added to the site’s appeal and transformation.
Two young women fall in love one summer, but will the relationship last til fall under society's pressure?
"Bodies of Revolution: Women Rise Against the Violence of Police, States, and Empire" features global human rights leaders and dissidents from the U.S., the Middle East and Asia.
Activist Moises Serrano, subject of the documentary "Forbidden," discusses his journey in a country that refuses to recognize his full humanity as an undocumented immigrant and as a queer man.
A special episode-length documentary filmed on location in Dinétah, the land of the Navajo people.
Sapna considers another reality instead of being married at age eighteen.
The wall would hurt animals and plants both common and endangered. And we just don't need it.
An environmentalist discusses how the deforestation of the Amazon and climate change will effect Brazil in the years to come.
In 1991, eight scientists were sealed for two years inside Biosphere 2, a three-acre closed ecological system in Arizona. What are they doing now?
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The ocean is twinkling and sparkling from the midnight zone to the surface with living light.
Young Cleveland activists gathered near the gates of the RNC to protest Republican Party priorities they say have decimated their city.
"...America is inching toward becoming a non-white majority country, all of that is reflected in this campaign."
As the country watches the fascinating spectacle of first Republicans and then Democrats nominating their candidates and hammering out a platform, The Washington Post gives us a historical perspective on party politics.
A film about an organization empowering young adults with chef skills to contribute to their local economy.
While making a gnocci-like dessert, Iva and her grandmother discuss Iva's difficult assimilation when she migrated from Yugoslavia to the island of Cyprus, and how her grandmother's frequent visits to Cyprus made it more like home.
Mathias makes stuffed grape leaves with his 97 year old grandmother in Brazil.
Artbound explores and illuminates the cultural issues of our times, providing critical in-depth analysis of how the arts and culture affects our society.
These films tackle topics including LGBT rights, homelessness, racism, and poverty through the eyes of the people closest to these issues. Enter the worlds of revolutionary artists, environmental activists, disabled individuals, and powerless communities.
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The world-touring rock star and musician Sami Yaffa explores the music of our little blue planet floating in space.
A documentary series from Resident Advisor that gives viewers an in-depth look into the intricate culture of electronic music across the globe.
The Latino Coalition found Latinos in Cleveland more concerned about terrorism, the economy and healthcare.
Ramos: "I don't know if Trump is a racist... but I do know what's coming out of his mouth."
Founder of the U.S. Indian American Chamber of Commerce supports Trump's immigration stance
"To Pimp A Butterfly" dips into that lane at times but it's not remotely beholden to it.
A Storify Supplement to 'Earth Focus' Episode 41
Journalist Sarah Stirk profiles India's coal problem.
The economic impact of climate change driven by global warming is both genuine and impossible to calculate.