From slaves to the shock troops of the 100 Million Campaign, the children of Bal Ashram are indomitable - and extraordinarily charming.
Flights to the Northeast are filled with people of color fleeing this government - what the Trump Administration’s anti-immigration policy looks like on the ground - or rather in the air.
Twenty years of filming the effort to eradicate child labor culminates in the world premiere of Children of Bal Ashram this coming Thursday
Investments in infrastructure means investment in children.
Two exhibitions featuring the work of Media Voices for Children open on Martha’s Vineyard and in Key West.
Media Voices for Children releases its latest documentary, Children of Bal Ashram. The world premiere of this film will be March 21st at The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival.
Former child laborers are raised and educated to be activists against child labor at Bal Ashram, the children’s home established by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Kailash Satyarthi and his wife, Sumedha.
A new interactive photo exhibit featuring the work of U.R. Romano examines the child labor hidden in the supply chains of popular products we all use.
Today is Universal Children’s Day - a chance to think about what childhood means, and what we owe our children.
Two photographs - one hundred years apart. Child labor is still a reality in U.S. fields, due to a crucial loophole in the law.
Ginning up the fears of his base, President Trump fantasizes about a caravan of asylum-seekers “invading” the country, a threat he is apparently prepared to meet by wasting the time and resources of active-duty military personnel. But who are these people really? Drug-dealers and murderers, or families fleeing gang violence?