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Nina Gualinga is an environmental and indigenous human rights warrior. She was born and raised in Sarayaku, an indigenous community from the Ecuadorian Amazon. Here is her story. ...

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The skies heralded the March 19 arrival of President Barack Obama to Cuba — the first time a U.S. leader had visited the island since 1928. Cuban state media gave...

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There are 1.8 billion people whose sources of water — one of the necessities of life — put their health at risk. Contaminated water causes illness, malnutrition and even death....

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The world’s next mass atrocity is currently unfolding in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, where roughly 1.1 million Rohingya, a Muslim minority, are severely oppressed. ...

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Few things in life are as important as your dreams. Taking the time to pursue them through hard work, dedication and perseverance is integral to living your best life. That’s...

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Creator's Lab explores the future of storytelling. 12 VR filmmakers, reporters, and producers living and working together to tell the story of Rio beyond the games....

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I didn’t know what I’d feel upon looking at the stacks of elephant tusks being pulled one by one from the shipping containers. It’s easy to disconnect through a lens....

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Imagine spending all but two hours a day in a tiny concrete room with little to no light for years on end? Now imagine if you had spent your teen...

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In 2011, a group of young boys sprayed “The people want the fall of the regime” across the walls of the southern Syrian city of Daraa, echoing the sentiments of...

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For 10-year-old Monica, every day is the same. She wakes up early in her rural Kenyan village, walks miles to collect water for her family, then walks miles more to...

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Dolphins hold a special place in the hearts and minds of humans. For some, a dolphin jumping through water is the ultimate symbol of unbridled freedom....

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On April 25, 2015, Nepal bore witness to the most disastrous earthquake to hit the country in 80 years. Registering a terrifying 7.8 on the richter scale the earthquake’s...

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Climate change is real, and it’s happening now. [Act in Paris] takes you to the rapidly receding ice blue glaciers of Alaska so you can see firsthand how quickly the...

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Firas was one of millions of Syrians forced to flee their homes to escape Syria’s seemingly endless civil war. Only 27 years old, Firas grew up in the southern city...

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An invisible border divides downtown Los Angeles into a flourishing cultural hub moved by an artistic undercurrent and a rabbit hole of homelessness and hopelessness....

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