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ArtsCultureIncome disparity and poverty
Warm Colors:

The Colorful Transformation of a Haitian Slum

November 25, 2015   |   The Atlantic
Poetry's Power:

‘Misery’s Sharpest Fang’: Protesting War in Poetry

November 12, 2015   |   The Atlantic
ArtsInternational Development

Using Documentary Photography to Drive Change: An interview with Charlotte Kesl

October 22, 2015   |   Annie Neimand
ArtsEntertainment and mediaScience
Artistic Expression:

Are Right-Wingers Raised on Rambo?

October 22, 2015   |   Pacific Standard

4 frank talks on the practice of storytelling

October 15, 2015   |   frank
ArtsRacial Equality
Celebrities As Influencers:

Misty Copeland and Stephen Colbert chat about what being a trailblazer is like for her.

October 7, 2015   |   Upworthy
ArtsGender Equality
Creativity is Not Gender-Exclusive:

The Imagined Link Between Masculinity and Creativity

September 23, 2015   |   Pacific Standard
ArtsMusicViolence Prevention
An Anthem To Fight Campus Sexual Assault:

Lady Gaga’s powerful new video shows the reality of campus sexual assault.

September 21, 2015   |   Upworthy
ArtsEnvironmentMediaRacial EqualitySolutions Journalism
Powerful Storytelling:

Photos: The power of community in post-Katrina Louisiana

August 31, 2015   |   PBS
ArtsHuman RightsSocial Media
A Picture is Worth $2.2 Million Dollars:

Humans of New York featured this brave Pakistani woman. The Internet responded. Big time.

August 27, 2015   |   Upworthy
ArtsCorrectionsMusicRacial Equality

Janelle Monáe Releases Visceral Protest Song, ‘Hell You Talmbout’

August 21, 2015   |   NPR
ArtsGender EqualityMediaRacial Equality
30 Years Of The Guerrilla Girls:

VIDEO: The Guerrilla Girls, After 3 Decades, Still Rattling Art World Cages

August 11, 2015   |   The New York Times