Survivor

women's rights

Female Genital Mutilation Is Happening in the U.S. These Survivors Are Fighting to Stop It.

A national ban on the practice was struck down, and Trump's DOJ isn't defending it.
Milena Mikael-Debass
6.4.19
tv

The Best Thing on TV This Year Was: 'Survivor: David vs. Goliath'

The long-running reality competition series has still got it, and 'Breadth-First Search' proves its not ready for elimination.
Nicole Clark
12.21.18
Broadly

How One Woman Rebuilt Her Life After Escaping North Korea

Very few people escape North Korea once—let alone twice. But Jiyhun Park, a survivor of sex trafficking and forced labor camps, is determined to shed light on the regime's human rights abuses.
Sirin Kale
6.29.18
Survivor

What I Learned About Our Planet By Watching 540 Hours of ‘Survivor’

CBS's 'Survivor' reaches more people than most nature documentaries and uses animals to comment on the human condition.
Melissa Cronin
5.23.18
snapchat

Snapchat lost half a billion after Rihanna snapped back on domestic violence ad

The ad was deleted, but not before the damage was done.
Alexa Liautaud
3.16.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Alt-Right Jabroni Chuck Johnson Made a 'Survivor' Audition Tape

He describes himself as "an investigative journalist" and "very good with nature."
Allie Conti
2.28.18
Vice News Tonight

This is the political aftermath of the Parkland school shooting

One lawmaker said the efforts by the teenaged survivors are helping to encourage moderate Republicans to take a look at gun control for the first time in a decade.
Alexandra Jaffe
2.21.18
Florida school shooting

We spoke to a survivor of the Florida school shooting

“I just feel like everyone says ‘if you see something, say something. We saw him.”
Kathleen Caulderwood
2.16.18
tv

Looking Back on the Mesmerizing and Disturbing Kids' Version of 'Survivor'

On the ten year anniversary of "Kid Nation," we look back at how the bizarre and short-lived show proved that a group of 40 young children might be better fit to rule than adults.
Lauren Rearick
9.7.17
Op-Ed

Viewers Don't Want to Watch Tragedy Exploited on Reality TV

Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson are returning for the reunion episode of "Bachelor in Paradise," but history shows bringing public scandals into reality TV after the fact never bodes well.
Mitchell Sunderland
7.13.17
Voices

Sexual Assault Activists Sound Off to Change Jamaica's Rape Culture

A tambourine seems like an unlikely tool for activism, but that’s exactly what it is for a Jamaica-based movement.
Sharine Taylor
6.26.17
Interviews

Lingua Ignota's Liturgical Noise Is a Celebration of Obliteration

Stream the new EP from the Providence-based artist who explores trauma and survival through neoclassical, death industrial, and extreme metal.
Claire Donato
6.8.17
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