Frameline37 screens "The Abominable Crime," Micah Fink's Pulitzer Center-supported film on the realities of Jamaica's homophobic culture.
Pulitzer Center Education Director Mark Schulte speaks at the Asia Society's Partnership for Global Learning annual conference in Brooklyn, New York.
New York summer festival highlights Landay, Afghan women's folk poetry, and reporting by Pulitzer Center grantees journalist/poet Eliza Griswold, photographer Seamus Murphy.
Anonymous and spoken, Landay—two-line Pashtun poems—have served for centuries as a means of self-expression for Afghan women. Hear them in Washington, DC on July 31.