Stories from 13 June 2016
What It's Like to Be a Lesbian in Russia, the Day After the Orlando Massacre
When it comes to LGBT issues, investigative journalist Elena Kostyuchenko is one of the most prominent voices in Russia.
What It Means to Reclaim Indigenous Knowledge in a University Setting in Bolivia
"The University [...] exists thanks to the struggle of our grandparents"
Talk of Spanish as an Official ‘Second Language’ Has Jamaicans Asking, What About Patois?
"English language must be taught as a second language. Let us take care of home before we look abroad."
Safe in Germany, a Syrian Refugee Learns to Smile Again
"In the cab, I stared out the window at this beautiful land. Can I build a future here? I wondered."
Indian Court Condemns Film Board for ‘Censoring’ Movie on Drug Abuse
With numerous instances of censorship and bans targeting ‘freedom of expression’, Indian filmmakers are up in arms in an attempt to see this Bollywood film released soon without major cuts.