April 27, 2016 /
Fareed Mostoufi, Steve Hamann
This week's news on all things Pulitzer Center Education.
"Dead Heart" by Aviel S.
April 27, 2016 /
Steve Hamann, Fareed Mostoufi
Students researched, they wrote, they interviewed each other. By utilizing the Pulitzer Center’s website, the art project became so much more than a simple painting project. Students became engaged...
April 18, 2016 / Interfaith Voices
Michael Edison Hayden, Sami Siva
Grantees Michael Edison Hayden and Sami Siva speak about India's transgender community on Interfaith Voices.
June 26, 2015 / The Atlantic
Ana P. Santos
In the devoutly Catholic Philippines, divorce violates social and religious tradition. For those in unhappy marriages, the law remains rigid.
June 18, 2015 / The Guardian
Cameron Conaway
The heavily polluted Ganges in India needs a clean-up operation, but activists must honor the river’s spiritual significance to succeed where others have failed.
June 15, 2015 / Virginia Quarterly Review
Kwame Dawes, Andre Lambertson
A multimedia exploration of HIV/AIDS, homophobia, and the church in Jamaica, featuring a short documentary and a series of video poems.
June 15, 2015 / GlobalPost
Elizabeth Dickinson
What attracts a young Saudi to join IS? The Kingdom is seeking answers—and fighting back. Part two in a series on the Islamic State and Saudi Arabia.
June 12, 2015 / Science Magazine
Heather Pringle
Heather Pringle explains the history of contact between European and indigenous Mexicans, Central Americans, and South Americans, tracking the historical spread of disease and warfare.
June 12, 2015 / BBC World Service
Emily Feldman
Pulitzer grantee Emily Feldman reports on human smugglers rescuing Yazidi slaves held by ISIS.
June 12, 2015 / BBC World Service
Emily Feldman
Yazidis captured by ISIS seek salvation from smugglers in their community.
June 12, 2015 / GlobalPost
Elizabeth Dickinson
A two-part series examining how big a threat the Islamic State poses to Saudi Arabia—and how the Kingdom is fighting back.
June 10, 2015 / Humanosphere
Paul Nevin
It might be too late to save the U.S., but Jonathan O’Toole has dedicated his life to warning Africans about the evils of Western culture.
June 4, 2015 / Science Magazine
Heather Pringle
Brazil's former "attraction fronts" initiated contact with indigenous tribes like the Nambikwara, but anthropologists today describe this tactic as genocide.