Simone Edwards, Maurice Tomlinson join filmmaker Micah Fink to share how homophobia in their homeland Jamaica changed their lives.
Our oceans are changing. Pulitzer Center/Seattle Times journalist Craig Welch explores the reasons why.
What happens when our oceans become more acidic because of plummeting pH levels? Seattle Times journalist shares his findings.
Environmental reporter Craig Welch focuses on ocean acidification and its impact on communities, marine life.
Filmmaker Micah Fink profiled two Jamaicans who left their homeland because of homophobia. The three come together for the first time in public for a conversation.
Journalists examine the environmental, health and social consequences of urban industries in India, Russia and China. The response in some places: a growing movement to return to rural life.
British legal legacy, modern homophobia in Jamaica echoes throughout film by Micah Fink.
Documentary covers lives of Jamaicans forced to flee their homeland because of their sexual orientation.
Homophobia in Jamaica-and its impact on individuals' lives-at core of Micah Fink's documentary.