Looking for human rights advocates? Brazilian students are there!
It is high time for a drug policy grounded in science, compassion, economics and health and human rights
A seemingly fleeting spat over the language of “family” betrays a disturbing trend towards the erosion of rights.
A travel experience caused Dr. Jed Diamond to reflect on the staggering amount of refugees and displaced persons in our world today.
Jonathan Mann grabbed his guitar and beautifully captured a passage from Justice Ruth Ginsburg’s 35-page dissent of the recent Hobby Lobby decision.
The easiest way to create social change is to wield your consumer power wisely. Here’s one man setting out to do just that.
Nannette Ricaforte on the importance of understanding the links between child pornography and human trafficking.
Cameron Conaway offers a rhythmic meditation on his time at the notorious shipbreaking yards of Bangladesh and with the desperately poor but endlessly generous people who live in the villages beside them.
“Tell your immediate family. Tell friends, neighbors, people in the stores you shop in, cab drivers, everyone.”
Cameron Conaway talks about going from mixed martial arts to poetry and social justice, and shares key lessons about manhood that he learned along the way.
Men make up the vast majority of the global prison population and for many their human rights are violated under the name of “policy.”
Over 2,000 Americans are serving life sentences for drug charges. This documentary seeks to free six of them.