Outdoor play "Urban Rez" is an immersive theater experience that unfolds as part of an interactive cultural fair. Scenic designer Shannon Scrofano details the process of building its set.
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As the world marks Earth Day, more than 60 heads of state meet to sign the Paris climate agreement.
Glover scans the arc of justice and the convergence of the movements to restore nature, human dignity and a life lived artistically.
Noam Chomsky spoke about the effect that Sanders' run has had on mobilizing forces of change in the U.S.
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"Democracy Now!" discusses the settlement with Zoe Salzman, one of the Rice family attorneys, and Rian Brown, an organizer from Black Lives Matter in Cleveland.
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An investigation found fishers in Indonesia are whipped with toxic stingray tails and forced to work 22 hours a day.
The Crepes & Waffles restaurant chain across Colombia and Latin America employs 4,000 people—most of them women.
New developments could bring justice to the case of the Jesuit priests and religious workers who were assassinated during El Salvador’s civil war.
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"The New Environmentalists" share a common goal, safeguarding the Earth’s natural resources from exploitation and pollution.
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