Elderly people living in care homes are not just dying from coronavirus; they are dying because of the response to it.
Allison Griner is a freelance foreign correspondent from Jacksonville, Florida. Her work has appeared in the Washington Post, Esquire and the Toronto ... Star.
‘Crimes against nature’ laws, which activists say target LGBTQ people, remain on the books in many US states.
In California, one woman is protecting indigenous burial sites and fighting efforts to erase her people from existence.
Fifty years ago a group of activists set sail to reclaim Alcatraz Island, ushering in a new era of indigenous activism.
Said Bouraam’s father, Brahim Bouarram, drowned in the Seine after being attacked by members of France’s National Front.
Thirteen years after Mourad left Guantanamo and returned to his native France, a shadow of suspicion still follows him.
On the eve of Sunday’s voting, Lyon’s iconic puppet takes a swipe at the politicians vying for the presidency.
In China, addicts face mandatory detention and must contend with the stigma Chinese history has placed on drug use.
Raised by the Communist party elite, Dai Qing has since become one of China’s most critical female voices.
How the search for a strong Chinese-American female pop-culture icon led to the rediscovery of a lost historic film.