The Indigenous Rights Leader Fighting Back After Her Mother's Assassination
Honduran environmentalist and activist Berta Cáceres was killed in 2016. Her daughter Bertha Zúniga is picking up her mantle through her work for the indigenous Lenca community.
When Helping a Refugee Gets You Threatened with a Prison Sentence
People in Italy and Spain have been slapped with criminal charges of human trafficking and criminal association—all because they tried to rescue migrants crossing over into Europe.
The Women Surfers Saying Men Don't Get to Rule the Waves
“It’s really hard to imagine that you can be a surfer, unless you are in a community where it is expected and encouraged for girls to be surfers."
Inside Dollypalooza, the Epic Dolly Parton Fan Festival
Celebrate all things glam and glitzy with the real president of the United States: Dolly Parton.
The Trans Trailblazer Dancing Samba at This Year's Rio Carnival
Marcelly Morena is one of the first transgender women to perform at Brazil's annual blowout—and one day, she hopes to be samba queen.
Meeting Mister Suzu, the Tofu Master of France
I met with Akira Suzuki, better known as Mister Suzu, who is regarded as the best tofu-maker in France. He told me about his unlikely journey from Japan and becoming a bean curd master late in life.