With Pulitzer Center support, The Texas Tribune has deployed more than a dozen journalists to pursue the humanitarian crisis along the U.S.-Mexico border. Some are interviewing migrant families in both the United States and Mexico, while others are reporting on U.S. government policies, bureaucracies, and facilities. Nearly 100 news organizations across Texas and the nation are running Tribune coverage free of charge—including photography, video, and graphics—ensuring the story reaches millions of additional people.
In a French Village, a 'Conspiracy of Goodness'
During World War II, the French village of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon engaged in what was later called a“conspiracy of goodness”: they rescued nearly 3,500 Jews from the Holocaust. Today, as photographer Lucian Perkins chronicles for Smithsonian magazine, the village welcomes refugees from distant countries, even as others turn them away.
The Dark Side of Saudi Reforms
The Saudi ban on female drivers has come to an end. But as Sarah Aziza reports for The Atlantic, the change has come alongside the jailing of outspoken conservatives and liberals, and a harsh crackdown on women's rights advocates.