Stories about North America from March, 2017
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There Are ‘No Borders to Music,’ But the U.S. Consulate Still Rejected These Indonesian Choir Members’ Visas
"Regardless of the “borders” instilled by politics, there are no borders to music, no borders to unity through artistry, no borders from humanity that thrives from singing of the heart."
Many migrants crossing the US-Mexico border go missing, leaving their families desperately searching for clues online of what happened.
Software writers and technology activists are coming together to design a crowd-sourcing app to help undocumented immigrants who are trying to avoid US authorities.
Chicago-based singer Zeshan Bagewadi, better known as Zeshan B, has embraced the music his Indian father introduced him to: soul, gospel and R&B.
"America I was already furious at you but now you've made Mem Fox cry I think we're officially DONE FOREVER."
News coverage of Standing Rock may reflect the state of national inexperience with discussions about Native American sovereignty.