Amidst rising ethnic tensions over the coming Kenyan elections, one filmmaker sends his message of healing through a well-established network of DVD pirates.
The decline of newspapers has created countless underserved “news deserts” in need of coverage. Through a cooperative model, the Banyan Project aims to help.
Taking a cue form Martin Luther King, activists like Terry Messman have harnessed the potential of narrative to guide struggle and illuminate solutions.
While the real you is petty and vaguely racist, the Facebook version of you endorses multicultural organizations and believes in life as a shared path.
Representations of Africa in western journalism tend to obscure moral ambiguities and nuance in favor of simplified stories and objectifying compassion narratives.
For a full decade, Creative Commons has been at the center of a movement to make digital culture open and accessible.
What the history of digital piracy tells us about intellectual property, copyright law, and the digital pirates of today.
In this ode to New Orleans’ Times-Picayune newspaper, Chris Rose unearths the implications of moving from print to online publication.