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Stella Nyanzi is Uganda's most outspoken, self-described radical queer feminist. She has been imprisoned for her activism and is known for her attention-grabbing naked protests and poetry.
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Pushpinder Pal is one of tens of thousands of Indian farmers camped along nine miles (15km) of major roads outside Delhi, protesting about agricultural laws they claim will devastate their earnings.
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In a country where indigenous people are increasingly displaced and journalists are killed at an alarming rate, a courageous new voice has emerged: Lupita, a Tzotzil-Maya woman​ ​at the forefront of
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Yolanda Coar was 40 when she died of Covid-19 in August this year in Augusta, Georgia.
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Astronaut Jessica Meir's seven-month mission on the International Space Station (expedition 62, from September 2019-April 2020) glides from the euphoria of the first days in zero gravity, to the
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The 2020 Guardian and Observer appeal is supporting three charities that can make a practical difference to the lives of young people.
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When a young street seller set himself on fire to protest lack of employment opportunities and government corruption, Tunisia became the cradle of the Arab spring revolutions that swept the middle
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We Begin Again: a musical for 2020
Written by the Olivier award winner James Graham and produced by the Guardian in partnership with the National Theatre, this short musical film is a unifying song for the country to take stock of
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With unique access to remote communities in the snow-capped landscape of Norway, this film follows characters on either side of a fierce debate on whether to cull the wolf population.
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John Harris and John Domokos revisit parts of the Midlands and north-west England that they've been chronicling for years, and talk to people about the aspects of the Covid era that can't be
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On the day that gyms reopen across England, Guardian journalist Iman Amrani looks at how Covid restrictions on training have impacted men and their mental health over the past month.
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'Voodoo' has come to represent something evil when it appears in popular culture. 'Black magic', witchcraft – it's always portrayed as something to be feared.
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Armenians flee Nagorno-Karabakh after brutal war with Azerbaijan: ‘This will not break us’
In some surrendered areas in and around Nagorno-Karabakh, Armenian villagers like Martinios have five days to pack and leave before Azeri forces arrive.
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Many robots are designed with a face – like Hitchbot or Pepper robot – yet don't use their 'eyes' to see, or speak through their 'mouth'.
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Colette: The 90-year-old French Resistance fighter confronting fascism and family trauma
On the anniversary of the start of the Nuremberg trials, 90-year-old Colette Marin-Catherine confronts her past by visiting the German concentration camp Mittelbau-Dora where her brother was killed.
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'Sex is not a crime': the women protesting Poland's new abortion law
As Poland attempts to pass a new abortion law that amounts to a near-total ban on terminations, including in cases where a baby is sure to die soon after birth, the country's biggest protests in
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How the rise of African creators impacted black culture
In recent years, Africans on the continent and in the diaspora have become leading voices in black culture – in music, film, fashion, social media, comedy and even our memes.
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In the final episode of Anywhere but Washington, Oliver Laughland and Tom Silverstone return to Florida, the crucial swing state that Donald Trump won last week.
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Why the first US cowboys were black
Historians estimate that one in four cowboys were African American, though you’d never guess because the conventional Hollywood image of a cowboy is a white man.
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In 2016, white evangelicals made up a quarter of all US voters. And 81% of them voted for Donald Trump.
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Listening to Richard Branson over the past 20 years, you'd be forgiven for assuming that space was by now being frequented by lots of tourists.
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After winning the 2016 election, Donald Trump promised to deliver new jobs and economic prosperity to Youngstown, Ohio, a city suffering from decades of decline.
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The murder of the Maltese anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia in 2017 plunged the country into turmoil.
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Shows such as I May Destroy You, Atlanta and Insecure depict a wide spectrum of black life, from hilarity to mundanity – but all these shows, at times, also have an impending sense of doom.
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