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An anthology series that highlights the masterful, provocative Southern tradition of storytelling, exploring the alluring and complicated region and its diverse voices and points of view.
Gentrification arrives with promises of revitalization but has also developed from a history of discriminatory laws and practices in the United States. City Rising illuminates this history and reveals how gentrification is traditionally molded.
President Trump’s latest attempt to bar some citizens of eight Muslim majority countries from entering the U.S. suffers a second defeat, as another federal judge rules that the latest policy is unconstitutional.
As raging wildfires in California scorch an area that is roughly the size of New York City, more than 11,000 firefighters are battling the blazes, and a number of them are women inmates.
"Remand" tells the firsthand story of how two men met and worked together to inspire justice reform for an entire country.
A look at how recent events have reignited a conversation about sexual assault with women using the #MeToo hashtag, and an interview with activist Tarana Burke, who started the campaign about a decade ago.
Among the 100,000 people who have been forced to evacuate wildfires in California, was Jan Hoyman, a pottery artist who narrowly escaped the fire in Mendocino County last week.
After sitting in juvenile prison for two years, waiting for Uganda’s painfully slow criminal justice system to try him for murders he did not commit, Henry inspired criminal justice reform in Uganda.
Follow Spanish garage rockers the Parrots as they cruise through Morocco, documented by a travelogue with the charm of a home movie.
When Pepperdine law professor Jim Gash boarded a plane to Uganda, he never expected to become friends with a young prisoner who helped form an international collaboration for freedom.
Saigon Makeover is a graphic design competition organized by Global Shapers in Ho Chi Mihn City to encourage young people to transform their city.
This film explores the implications and trends that are being seen in the aftermath of China abolishing their "one-child policy."
Indian children are working in illegal mines to produce glittery makeup for Western countries and are abused and often killed in the process.
This short film captures the mood of the World March of Women and conveys the demands coming from women who have for too long borne the brunt of violent conflict.
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.
The Organization of American States has announced it will hold an emergency meeting to discuss whether to suspend Venezuela for violating the OAS Charter.
The Ecuadorian artist takes us back to the small village where he was born.
Tei Shi emerges from Colombia making a splash with her electronic-pop sound.
A song born in Cape Town inspires a video that looks like a love letter to the city of Johannesburg.