Stories about Photos from November, 2016
How to Use the Internet to Protect and Pass on Traditions to Malian Youth
"Our mission is use information technology to preserve and promote Mali’s rich linguistic, material, and immaterial heritage."
Kyrgyzstan's President and the Little Personality Cult that Couldn't
"Atambayev, father of the nation? No, he's some kind of surrogate."
How My Father Recorded 100 Days of Curfew In Kashmir
"According to Google Maps, my father has his free movement restricted to 990 metres, 10 metres less than a kilometre."
La Francophonie Summit Comes to Madagascar, Where Demonstrators Are Waiting
Madagascar, where the majority of people still live in poverty, has spent vast sums of money to organise a major summit. How much money exactly, nobody knows.
In Trump's New America, San Francisco Is Building ‘Walls of Empathy’
An interview with one of the organizers behind the collaborative "Wall of Empathy" project in San Francisco, which offers group therapy after a divisive and polarizing election season.
For Migrants of All Kinds, the Football Pitch Can Be a Place of Real Empathy
Lova Rakotomala plays football even though he's terrible at it. This is why.
It's Autumn in Kyoto, Which Means It's Time for ‘Leaf-Peeping’ Season
Behold some of the most spectacular Instagram photos of fall in Arashiyama, on the western outskirts of Kyoto.
This Museum in a Protest Camp Documents the Struggles of Lumad Indigenous Peoples in the Philippines
"This museum is unlike modern or academic museums that tend to treat indigenous images and things merely as pretty relics for display,"