by Karina Mirochnik | Nov 11, 2020 | Issue 7 Features, Mexico
In recent months, covering such protests has become increasingly fraught with danger as police respond with overbearing force, intimidating, corralling, and harassing protesters.
by Karina Mirochnik | Apr 16, 2019 | Podcast, United States
“This is a hard job for relationships. It’s a marriage killer and you’ve got to be comfortable being alone.”
by Karina Mirochnik | Feb 4, 2018 | Podcast, United States
“Venezuela is going through an extremely difficult economic crisis, a crisis that this country has never seen it before”, says Venezuela’s former diplomat and human rights advocator Luisa Kislinger from Caracas.
by Karina Mirochnik | Nov 17, 2017 | Australia, Issue 6 Commentary
“The postal survey whilst ridiculously fragile and non-binding, provided an opportunity for change, which the community embraced wonderfully”, affirms Rachel Aitken, an LGBTQIA activist studying in Sydney.
by Karina Mirochnik | Aug 1, 2017 | Podcast, United States
Sarah Scoles discusses Making Contact, her new book about the astronomer Jill Tarter and the struggles she faced while trying to answer one question: “Are we alone in the universe?”
by Karina Mirochnik | Jul 13, 2017 | Podcast, United States
“I love this place. I feel like I can be myself here. And by that I mean, not only being immigrant, being an out lesbian, and just being me—especially in Brooklyn, New York”, says author Nicole Dennis Benn.