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The Uncomfortable Silence

In his quest to end violence against women, former war journalist Jimmie Briggs faces his toughest audience yet. Read More »

"I couldn’t tell my daughter’s class about my struggles as a man in a traditionally woman’s movement, because I barely understand them myself."

My Toxic Baby

Imagine a world in which everything in a child’s environment, from the product rubbed into her gentle skin, to the toys she puts in her mouth, are a ticking time bomb of dangerous toxins. Read More »

Kick in Iran

Iran has a new heroine: Sara Khoshjamal, the first female to represent Iran in the Olympics. Read More »

Tapestries of Hope

Michealene Cristini Risley and Betty Makoni share a powerful connection: They were both sexually abused as children and were told to keep quiet about it. Read More »

El General

In El General, a set of tapes inherited from her grandmother launches director Natalia Almada on a journey through family memory and Mexico’s troubled past. Read More »

Unveiled Views

Unveiled Views is the story of five female visionaries, warriors, and artists. Read More »

Field Notes on Democracy: Listening to Grasshoppers

Arundhati Roy turns a critical eye on the fairytale of Indian democracy. In Field Notes on Democracy, she looks at several significant moments in India’s recent history. Read More »

Truth & Consequences in the Caucasus

Despite the assassinations of many of her colleagues, Russia’s award-winning investigative journalist Elena Milashina forges into dangerous territory in search of justice. Read More »

"People often ask me if it frightens me to do what I do, after so many of my friends have been killed. Yes, I am afraid. But not for my own life."

Voices of Our Future

Sexual Rights for Sexual Minorities

Voices of Our Future correspondent Gertrude F. Pswarayi exposes Zimbabwe's attacks on sexual minorities and imagines a more just future for the gay and lesbian citizens of her homeland. Read More »

"Zimbabweans need to stand up to President Mugabe and call for the decriminalization of sex work and the recognition of the rights of gays and lesbians."

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