Last weekend, 4.6 million participants across the world flocked to around 550 different cities for the same protest: the Women’s March. The event is being recorded as the largest protest in U.S. history. So we must ask the question, how are events of this global
Gambia secures first peaceful transition since 1965 The Fall of Africa’s Loneliest Despot Yahya Jammeh, Gambia’s autocratic leader for the past 20 years, finally stepped down as president on Saturday, escaping on his private jet into exile in Equatorial Guinea – a country conveniently not
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) recently collaborated with Insurance for Journalists to launch a scheme of flexible, low-cost protection plans for freelance reporters and media personnel who struggle to find insurance when reporting at home or abroad. IFJ’s new insurance plans, announced just last
The United Kingdom might be seeing its own version of the infamous Gawker versus Hogan case play out in its own legal system, but with a twist. Section 40 is a new law that if enacted, will force publishers to pay for the legal expenses
President Obama and President Trump have both made notable marks on the pop culture media world, but in very different ways.
Trump Team Suggests Cuts to Corporation for Public Broadcasting Funding. That would affect more than NPR.
Following President Trump’s inauguration, social media and news outlets exploded with reports of what his administration was doing, what they were about to do, and what they were considering doing. Among these stories lurks a terrifying headline for public radio and television fans: Donald Trump
Editor’s Note: The photo essay in question is not linked because the photographer published material without credentials from the event and without permission from the subjects. After Magnum photographer Matt Stuart improperly attended The George Washington University’s Inaugural Ball and published risqué photos of students
Editor’s Note: The photo essay in question is not linked because the photographer published material without credentials from the event and without permission from the subjects. Wild revelers supporting Donald Trump? That’s not the best way to characterize students at The George Washington University. Nevertheless, that’s
Since the rise of Myanmar’s Buddhist government in 2012, there has been greater conflict between the country’s Rohingya Muslim population and its government. The conflict prompted the rise of a Muslim insurgency called the Faith Movement which has consistently clashed with the Myanmar military. Recently,
Newsfeeds and television screens across the country are being inundated with images from the Women’s March on Washington and and its sister marches in cities across the country on January 21. While news sources largely frame the march as a victory for all women, they