My Struggles with LGBTQ+ Nonprofits as a Black Trans Woman
"I’d always been treated like a cancer whenever I’d reached out to nonprofit organizations for help, and carried a deep feeling of distrust. Then I stumbled across My Friend’s Place."
Essay: Though Remote, Maine Is Fertile Ground for Contemporary Art
Artist and CMCA Associate Curator Bethany Engstrom weighs in on the art scene in one of the wildest, most remote states on the Eastern Seaboard.
How to Turn a Bakery Into a Hub for Social Justice
East Harlem's Hot Bread Kitchen is more than just a bakery. It's also a vocational school for immigrant women, empowering them to gain a foothold in the culinary industry.
Fleeing Ghouta By Foot (Extra Scene from 'Syrian Refugees in Lebanon’)
In this extra scene, VICE News correspondent David Enders meets a Syrian refugee who fled with his family from Ghouta to Lebanon by foot, and is still waiting to be provided shelter, 20 days after arriving at al Marj refugee camp.