’It’s alright to tell the truth’: Unfair Podcast, episode 3
Episode 3 of Unfair, a podcast about the global skin lightening industry (and Digiday's first narrative podcast). This episode is focuses on the history of skin lightening as a practice and an industry.
‘We certainly are at risk’: Unfair Podcast, episode 2
Episode 2 of Unfair, a podcast about the global skin lightening industry (and Digiday's first narrative podcast). This episode is focuses on regulation, and what governments and tech companies are and aren't doing to stop the trade of harmful products.
‘You’d be so much more beautiful if you were a few shades lighter’: Unfair Podcast, episode 1
Episode 1 of Unfair, a podcast about the global skin lightening industry (and Digiday's first narrative podcast).
In Chile, Women Live Under an Absolute Ban on All Abortions
Pía Fuentes was a first-year student at a private Catholic university in Chile's capital when she noticed she had missed her period.
Where Could Syrian President Bashar Assad Eventually Find Refuge?
Jens David Ohlin, an expert on international war crimes, calls the tension between justice and peace a "classic dilemma that shows up everywhere."
How Trans Inmates Are Getting Each Other Access to Treatment Inside
Through a grassroots letter-writing network, transgender inmates in Missouri are teaching each other how to demand the healthcare they need.
AUDIO: Elections fueling Muslim murders?
A neighborhood in Queens was left reeling following the murders of two Muslim men in broad daylight. Has Trump’s rhetoric fueled increasing violence against Muslims?
AUDIO: Undark Podcast, Episode 9
Join our podcast host and former NYT Science Times editor David Corcoran [...] Pierre Bienaimé explores how public opinion on GMOs is formed.
(Segment is at 27:15, or this link: http://bit.ly/2fSSaYp)
The dawn of cyber politicians
Could holograms, as used by France's Melenchon, Turkey's Erdogan and India's Modi be the future of political rallies?
AUDIO: Food for justice
A food truck in New York City serves more than just lunch - it’s giving formerly incarcerated youth a fresh start.
The Refugees Next Door: Christian Iraqis in Erbil
Father Emanuel Adel Kalo was leading mass for more than a 100 refugees in the Christian camp of Ankawa 2...
Are journalists lowballing the number of Iraqi war dead?
More than a decade after the US invasion of Iraq, the country’s violent death rates are still frighteningly high; more than 300 Iraqis were killed last week, according to London-based NGO Iraq Body Count. But this number likely doesn’t tell the full story.
The World's Best Security Engineers Are Making Dating Apps
Fewer people want to engage in a modern "spy vs. spy."
Which Streaming Service Has the Best Animated Logo?
An audiophile and a person with opinions declare a winner.
The Religions of Game of Thrones, Ranked
If you could walk into Westeros with a new religion to call your own—forget whom your parents worshipped, we’re talking about Pascal’s Wager here—which should you choose?