Juan Gabriel played the Rose Bowl in the summer of 1993. It was billed as a benefit for his orphanage in Juárez, but the concert was a taking back of space -- cultural, political, social -- that Latinos had been denied.
A woman explores the relationship between the constructed world and wilderness within an abandoned building.
Annette says she could not imagine doing her job with fingers because they "must get in the way."
It’s one of the West’s most famed stories: the tragic 1909 account of Willie Boy, a man who killed out of love for a young woman named Carlota. Artist Lewis deSoto re-imagines the tale through a Native American lens in his visual-audio project, “Carlota."
Citywide initiatives to provide more accessibility to those living in the slum areas of Medellin, Colombia help counterattack violence and poverty.
Protesters from a 1963 Woolworth's sit-in discuss the event and the frustration leading up to it.
"Our Place" tells the story of Brie and Faith, a lesbian couple in their late 20s living together in Indiana.
"Trump says global warming is a hoax. I say Trump is a fraud."
A short documentary exploring drought issues, water management, and sustainable farming in Brazil.
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.
A young girl who shot dead her abusive father now may face life in prison, sparking national outcry over the treatment of domestic violence survivors.
More than 1 million people have signed a petition demanding Persky be removed from the bench. But supporters of Judge Persky caution that efforts to recall a jurist based on his use of judicial discretion may have unintended consequences.
The Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald discusses Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders' strong denouncement of the impeachment of Brazil’s democratically elected president.
The U.S. military is backing Turkey’s ground offensive, which began earlier this week. Turkish officials say there are now at least 20 Turkish tanks inside Syria and that more could be deployed in the coming days.
Opium addiction is an under-acknowledged problem in Afghan communities, even among women. The economic advantages keep farmers cultivating it.
NGO introduces new community-based approach to mental healthcare in India.
A short documentary about a company that makes sandals while helping send its female employees to college.
Dr. Elver was appointed by the UN Human Rights Council as the Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food. In her work, she stresses the interconnectedness of the global food system and the important role governments play in hastening agricultural reform.
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.
Tune In To Link Voices
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.
Full Frame meets some trend setters in the industry who are creating wearable items that can change the world.
Watch a preview of The Migrant Kitchen, our upcoming food series that explores Los Angeles’ booming food scene through the eyes of a new generation of chefs whose cuisine is inspired by the immigrant experience.
"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.