From her home in Helsinki, Maria Jain began a correspondencewith a death row inmate in the US. Now, they've co-created anart exhibit that exploresthe need for justice reform, the potential for personal transformation,and the intricacies of healing.
Now is the time for people of privilege—especially those of us who have the lived experience of white people of privilege—to listen. To let others lead. And to stop thinking we have the answers. Today I had the honor of…
Her community turned against her when she had a child out of wedlock as a teenager. But Marie-Claire Kuja has found strength in her own voiceand is now transforming her homeland of Cameroon for the better.
When it comes time for a woman to face the real dangers of delivering a child, she often finds herself at the mercy of her circumstances. Read five stories, each offering a potential solution, from the front lines of this global crisis.