Latino artists are turning to painting, photography and performance art as a way to protest President Donald Trump and his policies.
When design as a discipline is applied to addressing complex societal challenges it inspires us because it exemplifies the tangible and fundamental humanistic quality of design.
In his show "Loss/Less," Los Angeles artist Robin Eley explores the intersection between our physical lives and virtual identities
Across the country, operas by female composers are finally getting their day in the sun. Below, we’ve curated a list of opera wonder women that you should know about.
“Priya’s Shakti” is a multimedia project to raise awareness of violence against women in India. Here, Devineni speaks to the Thomson Reuters Foundation about the inspiration behind his work.
Filmmakers and charities have begun to use VR films to raise awareness of humanitarian issues worldwide. But it has to start with a compelling story.
Comic book "Over Under Sideways Down" tells the story of Ebrahim Esmail who was exiled from Iran at 15, following the murder of his father.
This episode explores the unique challenges of looking for love for a woman who straddles two cultural realities.
Never doubt that a single individual can change the world. Chad McKittrick did, but he made things worse.
Businesses outside the road closure area are still open, and visitors are welcomed. Just remember that not everyone there is on vacation.
With millions of visitors a year even the smallest thoughtless acts have a way of multiplying. If you don't want to make things worse, follow these guidelines.
If you're in the wine trade, Napa County officials are willing to overlook a multitude of Zins.
The healthcare bill proposed by Senate Republicans would reduce key benefits for millions of Americans and defund Planned Parenthood for a year, making breast cancer screenings and basic reproductive services more difficult for women to secure.
Mainstream media keep telling us that Trump voters are sticking by him. But are they? Matt Morrison of Working America shares the findings of his focus group and the lessons progressives can take into the 2018 election.
Dozens of people, including children, have been "arbitrarily detained, forcibly disappeared, tortured, and abused" in a secret network of prisons in southern Yemen run by the United Arab Emirates and Yemeni forces.
The Nation’s Katrina vanden Heuvel discusses the media's coverage while Senate Republicans draft their repeal of Obamacare behind closed doors.
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.
An intimate portrait of three people who have struggled with the restrictive family planning measures introduced in China in the late 70's and mid 80's.
"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.
"Earth Focus" is an environmental news magazine that features investigative reports and in-depth stories about our changing environment and how it affects people around the world.
Artbound explores and illuminates the cultural issues of our times, providing critical in-depth analysis of how the arts and culture affects our society.
Sierra Leone is officially Ebola free. But memories of the disease and the devastation it caused are still fresh.
Looking back to traditional practices can help us find modern solutions to various environmental and social issues of city life.
A growing number of community initiatives intersect to expose women from favelas to their history, help them redefine their roles in their communities, and encourage them to pursue their dreams.
The executive director of the Indigenous Environmental Network invokes indigenous peoples asking the world to reevaluate our relationship to Mother Earth.
Having transistioned earlier in 2015, Sarah often uses stand up comedy as a way to communicate with the audience what it is really like to be transgender.
Big cities attract dreamers from all over the world. This episode features the people building communities of inclusion for immigrants.
Two days a week, Danish social entrepreneur Michael Lodberg Olsen drives his “Sexelance” and parks it in the streets of Vesterbro, where street sex workers can work in a safe and clean environment.
Uri and Nimrod disappear, and their families are starting to get worried.
This documentary explores the unsung bond created by the homicide detectives of LAPD and the local community's anti-violent-crime activists in South Los Angeles.
The tale of one veterinarian and her crusade to repair captive Hollywood big cats' paws from the devastating results of de-clawing.
A successful Broadway playwright rejects a young actor as the lead in her new play. They meet later, she's swept off her feet and marries him.