Trans rights becomes a life and death issue in Peru
With the killing of six trans women in Lima this year already, people are calling on the government to address the unequal treatment of trans people.
The City of Light is momentarily the City of Trash
Think of Paris and your mind brings up the scent of fresh baked baguettes, not the reek of rubbish on the Rue de Rivoli.
To empower high school students, don’t censor them
To much of the world the U.S. is a beacon of free speech. But how much freedom teens have depends on where they live and what school they attend.
The chaotic new world of abortion access
If you are in need of an abortion in the United States, you might have to travel cross the country to get one. Or a clinic could be just blocks away.
Decoder: The West looks on as Putin pals with Xi Jinping
The relationship between China and Russia seems to grow closer as the U.S. and China look at each other with hostile eyes. Should the world worry?
Decoder: Confronting the consequence of slavery
The legacy of slavery still haunts the descendants of both perpetrators and victims. Some say reparations are long overdue.Protester calls for reparations for slavery at a rally at the Minnesota...
Decoder: War in Ukraine should have come as no surprise
It was naive to think Russia’s long history as an empire would end peaceably in just two decades. One year after the invasion, our correspondent looks back.
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In pursuit of environmental justice at the second Ecologues discussion
The second of six monthly climate conversations, the event brought together three voices from education, activism and storytelling.
First Ecologues webinar asks, “what is the climate crisis?”
Three experts discuss solutions to climate issues from the perspective of education, activism and journalism.
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