The Guerrero neighborhood in Mexico City was revitalized by a community mural project that is now expanding to include other parts of the city.
In this episode, "Hum" from the U.S. (Animation), "Midnight" from Spain (Drama), "The Machinator" from Argentina (Animation), "The Burning" from the U.K. (Fantasy), and "Jacob" from Israel (Animation).
Human-centered design is a core part of the social design practice. See how role play helped uncover hidden problems that no interview or focus group discussion could expose.
In the first half of the 20th century, black women were largely relegated to playing mammy and jezebel roles. A new exhibition reveals how as early as 100 years ago, independent black filmmakers presented complex portrayals of women of color.
A trip down memory lane with the owners of Mangione's Italian restaurant shows how they and immigrants from all over the world have gained footholds and influenced Charlotte's culinary scene by cooking and serving their food in their new home.
This short film offers a glimpse into the colorful life of Chef Phila Rawlings Hach, host of the first television show starring a woman in the South.
Six young fashion lovers join the thousands of poverty-stricken migrant laborers who head deep into the Indian countryside to work on the annual cotton harvest.
The group embarks on the most shocking leg of their journey so far in Mumbai, as they are put to work in the backstreet factories of Dharivi, the largest slum in Asia.
A perfect storm is brewing as agriculture pioneer Cary Fowler races against time to protect the future of our food.
The consolidation of corporate power in agriculture is resulting in farmers having fewer and fewer choices about the kinds of seeds they want to plant.
A reforestation project is pitting the Ugandan government and a foreign timber company against more than 10,000 villagers who say a "green" project is costing their homes and livelihood.
We know dolphins are clever critters but most of us are unfamiliar with the most interesting facets of their biology and behavior.
U.S. lawmakers are seeking to criminally outlaw support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign against Israel.
Reproductive justice — possibly the decisive factor in the pending American Health Care Act — is often framed as a path to or against abortion.
One Russia expert says the smoking gun indicating a quid pro quo between Russian money and Trump may lie with a little-known case that was abruptly settled involving a holding company linked to the Russian elite.
Evicted three times over three decades from three parts of Rio, his life illustrates how the re-development and gentrification have pushed many of Rio's poorest residents to the edges, a pattern seen globally.
Sixteen-year-old Chandni runs a newspaper written by and for the nearly half a million homeless children on the streets of Delhi.
Places like this coffee shop in Shanghai make it easier for China's LGBTQ community to meet openly.
Pa Ni Paw and Naw Gay Moo are among 140,000 people from Myanmar living in nine refugee camps along the Thai border.
In the week leading up to the world’s first albinism beauty contest, we follow three young Kenyan contestants as they step into the spotlight.
"Trust Docs" is new documentary magazine series in collaboration with the Thomson Reuters Foundation that uncovers under-reported stories around the world.
National broadcasters from more than two dozen countries have contributed to this collection of documentaries showcasing the citizens who are bringing about significant change in urban planning, infrastructure, and social issues.
The Kortum Trail, named after legendary activist Bill Kortum, offers stark views of the shore and rolling hills of the Sonoma coast.
Rio de Janeiro has experienced several waves of development in the past century, which have impacted Altair Guimaraes directly.
Two artists work together creating handmade paper lights and raising a family.
Along the California Coastal Trail in the Marin Headlands, you’ll find ecologists from Golden Gate National Recreation Area hard at work to preserving important species.
Explore takes us up-close and personal with brown bears living in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.
"Town of Runners" follows three children from Bekoji, Ethiopia, as they move from school track to national competition and from childhood to adulthood.
The past troubles Yussuf, while Abdullah tries to revive the tradition of recruiting children to be martyrs.