The Azad Foundation began by launching programs like Women on Wheels to train women as chauffeurs and taxi drivers, training participants for work in the public sector.
When writers send their books out into the world, there is always a hope attached. For Talaga, her hope is that people read the stories, listen to the collective voices, and ask themselves, “What can I do?”
The Oscar-winning filmmaker returns to his hometown with spooky props from his legendary career.
On October 16, 1945, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) was created, born from the idea that freedom from want of food can be achieved for the health and strength of all people.
The first 100 passengers are set to visit the space station in 2025, which is just around the corner.
Gildo Zegna is at the helm of a profitable billion-dollar business in an industry that’s constantly bracing itself against all manner of changes and difficulties.
Climate changing a little too fast? No problem: just change it back. That’s the basic idea behind geoengineering.
Art After Stonewall: 1969–1989, curated by Weinberg with the Columbus Museum of Art, has moved from New York City (where it premiered this spring) to Miami, where it will headline Art Basel Miami.
The beautiful, ever-evolving, ever-expanding campus of UBC has been put to pages in a new book by journalist Tyee Bridge.