Rising calls for action against gender-based violence in Latin America have fostered a climate of feminism and activism. Jevas Combativas is a radio show and transmedia project that’s challenging patriarchal education and addressing sexism through candid conversations and expert interviews.
With most live games cancelled and major international tournaments postponed, many sports fans sought out digital alternatives while COVID-19 kept them in their homes. As lockdown measures end and play resumes, which elements of virtual fandom are likely to stick around post-pandemic?
In the middle of a pandemic, Americans are scrambling to keep abreast of the headlines – and stay sane while doing so. How can people stay informed while maintaining their mental health? And what else, besides objective information, can the media offer to those stuck at home?
The parenting industry is a lucrative market but tends to be dominated by White voices while women of color are left out of the conversation. Sugaberry is changing the narrative with a media platform dedicated to celebrating the ups and downs of motherhood for Black and Brown women.
Roughly 70% of Nigerians are under the age of 35, yet while they fuel the nation’s culture and economy, social values and legislative agendas are still, by and large, dictated by older generations. How are young people now pushing back against traditional attitudes and making their voices heard?