The faces of Soviet-era prisoners in a famous sculpture speak volumes about the brutal circumstances that millions experienced under Joseph Stalin. But what of prisoners today in the U.S.?
Indigenous people in the U.S. are increasingly challenging widespread stereotypes as well as the practice of cultural appropriation.
How we memorialize significant events says a lot about our perception of time.
Whether across the expanse of thousands of years or alongside a river, the hand wave is a gesture that holds social meaning. But has it always been used as a positive greeting?
Vandalism can be a form of resistance to oppression. But is that the case when a privileged artist mars our public lands?
An unorthodox blend of anthropology and poetry is cultivating reunion and reconciliation among people and cultures that have been estranged for decades.