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Blamed, shamed, judged and forced to remain silent. Those are a just a few of the things Indian women and girls deal with after experiencing one...

  “Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will”. So said Frederick Douglass, the African-American social reformer, in a speech he...
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Through the Cracks is a young operation. Most of what we did before 2015 was a minimally viable product, a search for a proof of concept....

Public service broadcasting in Britain is under threat. The British government proposes to reduce the size and scope of the BBC and an independent...

A journalist's job is to tell a story. Sometimes it's the latest political scandal, sometimes a great technological achievement, sometimes the come-from-behind win of...

  Every home in America with a TV and an antenna has PBS, which is why Kevin Hanlon and Dan Carracino of Page 124 Productions raised...

Started in 2013, De Correspondent has more than doubled its total number of annual subscribers from 17,000 in spring 2013, when their campaign was...

Through the Cracks: Crowdfunding in Journalism is a news website that shares stories of news startups, photographers, documentary filmmakers and citizen journalists who use crowdfunding to...

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https://vimeo.com/138198091 Kibera, known as one of Africa’s largest slum, which is located in Kenya, ranks 147th on the Gender Equality Index. Gender equality is one of...

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