We Asked People How Their Loved Ones Responded to Hearing About Their Struggles With Mental Health
“It takes a whole lot of courage for someone to tell you ‘I’m not okay,’ but when someone does, you have to believe them.”
India’s #MeToo Moment Was Groundbreaking, but What Has Changed a Year After?
Prominent actors, journalists, and artists accused of sexual harassment are back in the mainstream after intimidation tactics were thrown at survivors. Is this how it ends?
In India, Giving a Woman the Middle Finger Can Land You in Jail
In the most recent case, a man is facing jail time of up to three years and a fine after being charged by his sister-in-law. But this is not the first time.
The Himalayas Are Simultaneously Burning and Flooding: What Are We Even Doing?
The melting of the world’s highest mountains will alter water supplies for a quarter of the planet’s people, with catastrophic consequences.
A Look at the Lives of People Separating Waste at One of Asia's Biggest Garbage Dumps
Between battling authorities who have closed off access to their only source of livelihood, harassment by the local mafia and a drug problem, this is the harsh reality of being a ragpicker at India’s Deonar dump.