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"If the sounds of gunshots were generated into song sales, Baltimore would’ve gone triple platinum by now." -Kondwani Fidel
In rural Uttar Pradesh, one woman challenges men to cover their faces with veils and then successfully execute their work.
According to official figures, over 100,000 women and 50,000 children remain untraced across India. Rupa Devi and her two daughters are one of the latest missing person cases dismissed by local police.
Naresh Biswas, a community activist, has been working tirelessly with the Baigas of Baigachak for over two decades and has persuaded 700 families to return to their traditional farming and food cultures.
A new Gallup survey reveals that 1 in 4 Indians fears losing their land or home. A beautiful film by the Place Project explores the meaning of home for indigenous and urban poor people and makes the argument for strengthening land rights of the poor.
Weak land tenure systems lead to the dispossession of women and their children after the death of the husband in many African and Asian countries. Now people in Kenya are working on two fronts to prevent the eviction of surviving families - legal reform and cultural awareness.
Women farmers offer a way to rethink our current food production system, which is heavily polluting and over-reliant on fossil fuels.
The ABCs of Child Labor...15 products touched by child labor and child slavery. How many do you use?