A company began diamond mining at an extraordinary site in South Africa with 2.3 million years of human history. Quick action by archaeologists has led to a court decision protecting the site.
A 2015 book offers an intimate account of undocumented migrants’ life-and-death struggles in the unforgiving desert of the U.S.-Mexico border.
A South African heritage site preserving 2.3 million years of human history has been gravely damaged by new mining activity.
U.S. policy is effectively hiding the suffering of undocumented migrants.
Anti-racism movements on U.S. campuses have raised a key question about language and freedom: Can we really say anything at any time?
Prized—and increasingly rare—bouquets of an enchanting flower from Brazil’s mountainous heartland pit collectors against conservationists.