Almost two years after #MeToo launched, coverage of the movement has expanded to around the world where women in different countries stand up against sexual harassment, abusive work environments and exploitations of power.
As pride month comes to a close, International Editor Shayna Greene looks at media coverage of both the progress and lack there of for LGBTQIA+ communities around the world.
The internet and social media are being used as both battlegrounds for activism and cesspools of criminal activity with little to no regulation.
The news you missed last month included Apple deals in Russia to journalists in Indonesia to art in Uganda to so many other incredible stories around the world.
Turkey, December 5 Turkish authorities seek arrest of journalist Dundar over 2013 protests Turkish authorities seek arrest of journalist Dundar over 2013 protests https://t.co/zIygjrgvA4 — Can Dündar (@candundaradasi) December 5, 2018 After the attempted coup in Turkey in 2016, President Erdogan has cracked down on
The journalism world has experienced a chaotic news cycle this past month including the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, the media crackdown in Tanzania, the disappearance of an award-winning Chinese journalist, the emergence of digital India and so much more.
Here are some stories about the world of news from around the globe that took place this past month.
In light of the shooting of Tree of Life synagogue where 11 people were killed by a white supremacist, the media and members of various Jewish communities are starting a conversation around the impact of unchallenged hate speech in America.
The Egyptian government as gone to such great lengths to ignore sexual harassment that survivors who tell their stories are arrested for spreading “fake news.”
The controversy over events at the U.S. Open involving tennis legend Serena Williams got more controversial when Australian artist Mark Knight drew a Jim Crow era political cartoon of Williams and his newspaper stood by him.