Tens of thousands of Muslims who escaped Myanmar are living in hellish conditions despite fervent efforts by a small army of international aid workers to provide relief.
"We saw them slit throats and bellies, shoot our men, and rape our women. They killed the older men, and then the men my age. They killed our doctors."
Between trauma experienced in repressive home states and trust issues in the relocation process, escaping discrimination is harder than you'd think.
Four of the six countries targeted by the ban punish homosexuality by death. We spoke with a gay Muslim asylum seeker and experts to see what the ban portends for queer Muslims.
A soap opera–esque scandal centered around the alleged antics of a "shadow president" has revealed deeper problems in South Korean society.
"I'm not going to resign myself to defeat. We're going to do something to change this."
The people behind the self-help/intersectional feminism publication Everyday Feminism are offering a course that aims to educate people of privilege so "individual people of color don't have to."
Muslim progressive leaders and activists spoke to frustrations encountered in trying to enact real change in their community.
The changing nature of what it means to be queer today is contributing to the decline of LGBTQ media.
There's often a stark contrast between the way Muslims experience their own values and faith, and how non-Muslims view them. That gap may be closing as "authentic" Muslim values are being surfaced globally through economic forces.