Category: Feature

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    In South Sudan Nobody Talks About the Weather

    March 24, 2015 - 

    Amid failing UN peacekeeping efforts, South Sudan’s long and difficult rainy season is the only reprieve from ongoing civil war. This report by Joshua Craze, with photographs by Jérôme Tubiana, offers a rare glimpse into the everyday struggles facing the ravaged country.  More
  • Jaguos por el Territorio, Oporapa Resiste, 2014. Community members of the town of Oparapa and Paraguay village have started to organize after witnessing the effects of the El Quimbo dam project. Oporapa is one of the 15 sites considered for dam development in the Master Plan for the Exploitation of the Magdalena River. 
Here residents of Oporapa paint messages of resistance along the Magdalena riverbank.

    “We Need the River to be Free”: Activists Fight the Privatization of Colombia’s Longest River

    March 17, 2015 - 

    In southwest Colombia, rural communities have begun using direct action in their struggle against the privatization of natural resources by multinational corporations.  More
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    Meet the Million Migrant Workers Living Beneath Beijing’s Streets

    January 24, 2015 - 

    Former bomb shelters are now home to countless young migrants seeking to save rent as they forge a new life in the Chinese capital. In this intimate video portrait, co-published with Al Jazeera America, a 21-year-old Mongolian street peddler shows off his underground apartment and shares his dreams of making it big as an actor in Beijing.  More
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    Why Do We Expect Artists to Work for Free? Here’s How We Can Change the System

    December 2, 2014 - 

    Only 10 percent of arts graduates make a living from their creative practice. Artist William Powhida maps the institutional structures that keep most artists broke, and shares strategies for spreading the wealth.  More
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    Why Talk Feminism in World of Warcraft?

    November 20, 2014 - 

    #Gamergate isn’t just about sexism in virtual worlds—who we are online is who we are IRL. Artist Angela Washko creates spaces for unfiltered conversations about gender to emerge in one of the decade’s most popular multiplayer games.  More
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    Editor’s Letter

    In this month’s Editor’s Letter, Marisa Mazria Katz interviews the founders of Budapest’s OFF-Biennale, who are carving out a space for artists working outside the government-funded scene.


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