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By joining Rosalina in this serene forest, we immerse ourselves in her experience in a way that enables us to witness the pain in her face, while sensing just a...

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100 days into Donald Trump’s presidency - one marked by blatant denial of climate change amidst a global environmental crisis - thousands gathered in Washington D.C. for the People’s Climate...

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Politics aside, I think we can all agree that toddlers should not be pulling triggers. Sadly, in the U.S., they do so quite often. ...

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Directed by filmmaker Dana Romanoff and edited by Blue Chalk Media, "Noah" tells the story of Noah Patton, a young man from Flint, Michigan who was going down a one-way...

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People are dying in the desert. In 2016 alone, the remains of at least 144 migrants and refugees were recovered from southern Arizona. Since the year 2000, the number of...

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The Park La Brea apartment complex has the distinction of being the largest housing development west of the Mississippi. It rises up from the Miracle Mile neighborhood of Los Angeles,...

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Qusai Bashir Masaama, 14, does not remember much from the day a sniper shot him in his hometown of Daraa, Syria. He had gone out to buy candy when he...

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The largest cave known to date is Sơn Đoòng, in Phong Nha - Kẻ Bàng - a National Park of Vietnam and a World Heritage of UNESCO. Twice the size...

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Some people run for exercise and others for competition, but Johnnie Jameson runs to heal. Scarred by the violence he witnessed while serving in the Vietnam War, Johnnie returned to America...

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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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The US and Cuba, separated by 90 miles of the Florida Straits, are connected by a digital bridge: a film that is at the center of a historic achievement. ...

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Academy Award® Nominee for Best Documentary Short, “Watani: My Homeland” tells the epic story of one family’s escape from war-torn Syria and their attempt to make a new life...

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"How can we stand in the face of violence? Because I was born to this land, because the roots grow out of my feet, because I love this land and...

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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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We follow skaters Leo Rodriguez and Junior Duo as they skate through beautiful and iconic parts of the city. Locations included Bowl do Arpoador on the scenic coastline, juxtaposed with...

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Over the past year or two, the RYOT crew have become the cool kids of VR. Not just because they dress cooler than the rest of us, which they all...

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