Local Bead Event Empowers Maasai Women

We know the Maasai people for their distinct culture. They live in Tanzania, a world-renowned place for its wildlife that draws lots of travelers. Maasai women, wrap themselves in their brightly-colored shúkas. Angel Mollel is one of them: a Maasai. […]

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What Does It Mean To Be Chicana In Denver?

  The Making of Chicanas: Nurtures & Warriors is a documentary about Denver women with Mexican and Indigenous roots who have dedicated themselves to social justice. KGNU’s Rossana Longo-Better spoke with Rowena Alegria, Chief Storyteller of the City of Denver, […]

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Dot Org: Lab to Combat Human Trafficking

The mission of the Lab to Combat Human Trafficking is to inform social change that eliminates human exploitation.  Development and Communications Director Craig Nason talks with host Chris Schulz.   Download  

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Reveal: The smuggler

UPDATE, July 8, 2017: The recent election in France was a disappointment for far-right leader Marine Le Pen, who campaigned on an anti-immigrant platform. With a centrist president now in office, Reveal checks back with Sudanese refugees Ibrahim and Ahmad […]

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Hemispheres: The Women’s Movement in Saudi Arabia

Women and their allies all over the world are defending human rights with an ever broadening agenda. Hemispheres host Nikki Kayser takes a look at the women’s movement in Saudi Arabia.   Who are these folks with whom we trade oil for […]

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Reveal: Russia’s new scapegoats

A Russian journalist is murdered in St. Petersburg – not for what he’s reported, but for being gay. Reveal exposes what it’s like to be gay today in Russia, where hateful rhetoric against the LGBT community appears on a daily […]

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