Peruvian electronic duo Dengue Dengue Dengue's psychedelic trip through the South American imagination.
A story of a girl's physical transformation using dance as her only means of expression.
Artist Terrera transforms a Fuller Hotrods custom motorcycle into a work of art.
Gustavo Almenara's morphing visuals accompany the track "Shapes" by jazz band Metismatic.
Daniel Pando and Vitor Braga Lara met in Ft. Lauderdale as teenagers. Hear their very modern take on long-lasting love.
Allison and Jenny love makeup and anything that sparkles. They are contestants in the American Beauties Plus Pageant.
The story of how Eric, a trans man, and Anne, a queer woman, become a very traditional non-traditional family.
Laura and Jamie share stories about their love affair and how their child has enriched their lives.
Tosi Mpanu Mpanu of the Democratic Republic of Congo walks us through the art of climate diplomacy.
The cost of climate change is rising and its consequences are increasingly threatening our national security.
Amid the Oregon armed standoff, a new report found the number of militias has jumped 37 percent in the past year.
The current U.N. climate change agreement does not include gender equality; critics also note the lack of women at COP21 in Paris.
The Department of Justice sued Ferguson when the city proposed changes to a recent police reform agreement.
London-based artist Phoenix Martins features documentary style visuals in the video for her song "Snakehips."
The group has opted not to endorse any candidate in the presidential race.
Two boats capsize near Turkey; this and other U.S. and world news headlines in today's "Democracy Now!"
Ten-year-old Meherunnesa lives by a rail tracks slum in Bangladesh but one day, her destiny changes forever.
An organization that gives enterprising women in the developing world access to Fair Trade markets.
"Beatrice Mtetwa and the Rule of Law" features one of the bravest lawyers in the world -- Beatrice Mtetwa in Zimbabwe.
A documentary examining the rise of heroin use and its impact on the state of Arizona.
"Women In Focus" takes a deep look at all aspects of the global female experience.
Animation has the power to break barriers by telling stories without words or translation, titillating the imagination or provoking the visceral.
Human trafficking, world economy, environment, women's rights, LGBTQ rights, and other issues
"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.