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The Apache war against copper mining: 'this is an act of desecration' — video.

The Apache war against copper mining: 'this is an act of desecration' — video.

Chí’chil Biłdagoteel - otherwise known as Oak Flat, Arizona – is regarded as sacred ancestral land by the Apache people. With the territory at risk of being sold for copper mining to a subsidiary of Rio Tinto, resident Wendsler Nosie has set up a ...

Space to Be: the fight to keep the Windsor Women’s Centre open.

Space to Be: the fight to keep the Windsor Women’s Centre open.

In the heart of the Village, a loyalist area in Belfast, the Windsor Women’s Centre has fought a 30-year battle to keep its doors open. An oasis for vulnerable women, the centre is deeply rooted in the community. As they face financial insecurity ...

The Mexican women who kicked out the cartels

The Mexican women who kicked out the cartels

Adelaida Sánchez is a member of the community police force in Cherán, a Purépecha indigenous town in Michoacán, Mexico, which declared itself autonomous in 2011. When the town was under siege from illegal logging, cartel criminals, and corrupt aut...

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How the US democracy is coming under attack

How the US democracy is coming under attack

The new Georgia voting rights law makes it harder to vote, especially for communities that tend to vote for Democrats – and that's what Republicans want. But it's not just Georgia: these restrictive voting laws are being considered in nearly every...

Inside South Baltimore’s fight against burning trash.

Inside South Baltimore’s fight against burning trash.

​Residents in South Baltimore are fighting to 'starve' their nearby Bresco incinerator due to health concerns over the amount of pollution it creates. Of the 72 remaining facilities in the US, the vast majority are located in predominantly low-inc...

Gaza's Covid vaccine doctors: 'If there is a power outage, what can we do?'.

Gaza's Covid vaccine doctors: 'If there is a power outage, what can we do?'.

The Covid vaccination programme has begun in the Gaza Strip amid daily power cuts, and supply and capacity problems in the health system. Dr Ayman Rahma is part of the team responsible for the distribution of vaccines. The territory has only recei...

Inside a long Covid clinic: ’I look normal, but my body is breaking down’.

Inside a long Covid clinic: ’I look normal, but my body is breaking down’.

The Guardian has had unique access to University College London hospital's long Covid clinic where patients are treated for a multitude of different chronic symptoms ranging from ongoing fatigue to issues with taste and smell. Some patients have b...

Made in Doncaster: I am not your subject - Made in Britain.

Made in Doncaster: I am not your subject - Made in Britain.

In the first episode of Made in Britain, created in collaboration with local communities, three working-class women from Doncaster take us on a journey through 2020. With Brexit, deindustrialization and the pandemic as the backdrop, we see their f...

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Why we are all attracted to conspiracy theories

Why we are all attracted to conspiracy theories

Belief in conspiracy theories is far more widespread than the stereotypes that dominate pop culture. Recently, QAnon, Covid-19 and 5G theories have gained traction and criticism while less controversial conspiracies like the faked moon landing hav...

Why we are all attracted to conspiracy theories

Why we are all attracted to conspiracy theories

Belief in conspiracy theories is far more widespread than the stereotypes that dominate pop culture. Recently, QAnon, Covid-19 and 5G theories have gained traction and criticism while less controversial conspiracies like the faked moon landing hav...

Is Moldova ready to embrace an unmarried, childfree president? - Europe’s baby bust.

Is Moldova ready to embrace an unmarried, childfree president? - Europe’s baby bust.

Moldova's recent presidential election ended up being a referendum on one of Europe's most pressing questions. With birth rates in steep decline and much of its remaining population leaving the country, the incumbent president, Igor Dodon, was des...

On the frontline of Myanmar's coup protests: ‘We don’t accept this dictatorship’.

On the frontline of Myanmar's coup protests: ‘We don’t accept this dictatorship’.

Wai Yan Phyo Mo is one of the leaders of the protest movement in Myanmar who have taken to the streets to oppose the military coup which removed the ruling NLD party from power. The coup has exploded simmering resentments across the country about ...

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New dads in lockdown: 'I had a real feeling of inadequacy' - Modern Masculinity.

New dads in lockdown: 'I had a real feeling of inadequacy' - Modern Masculinity.

In this episode of Modern Masculinity, Guardian journalist Iman Amrani speaks to fathers of young children about their experiences during lockdown. She meets Mark Williams, a father's mental health campaigner to hear about the challenges that new ...

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What's in a vaccine and what does it do to your body?.

What's in a vaccine and what does it do to your body?.

There are all sorts of different vaccines but many of them share specific types of ingredients. Josh Toussaint-Strauss talks to Professor Adam Finn to find out what is in most conventional vaccines, as well as how they work in our bodies when we t...

From dealing drugs to food parcels: Pastor Mick, Burnley, and a covid crisis.

From dealing drugs to food parcels: Pastor Mick, Burnley, and a covid crisis.

Pastor Mick Fleming has devoted all of his time in this lockdown to supporting the poorest communities in Burnley. But his life hasn’t always been this way. He tells us how he swapped a life of crime and dealing drugs for supporting people 24/7 wi...

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Pressure to procreate: Inside Hungary's baby drive - Europe's Baby Bust.

Pressure to procreate: Inside Hungary's baby drive - Europe's Baby Bust.

Hungary has one of the lowest birthrates in Europe, and prime minister Viktor Orbán is spending significant money trying to convince young people to have babies. In the second episode of Europe's Baby Bust, Leah Green and Ekaterina Ochagavia visit...

My Brother’s Keeper: a former Guantánamo detainee, his guard and their unlikely friendship.

My Brother’s Keeper: a former Guantánamo detainee, his guard and their unlikely friendship.

Mohamedou Ould Salahi and one of his former guards, Steve Wood, reunite in Mauritania 13 years after last seeing each other, rekindling an unlikely relationship that profoundly changed their lives. Mohamedou was a prisoner at Guantánamo Bay for 14...

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Untold Chaos: living through Libya's wars

Untold Chaos: living through Libya's wars

At the end of his US presidency, Barack Obama said his worst mistake was failing to plan for the day after the intervention in Libya. What followed was chaos. Filmed over seven years, this is an observational mosaic, capturing the feeling of a cou...

Degrees of racism: how heat is radically altering Americans' lives before they're even born.

Degrees of racism: how heat is radically altering Americans' lives before they're even born.

Even before a child is born in the US, their race plays a huge part in how they'll experience heat and pollution.  It starts with America's history of racist housing policies that segregated families of color into undesirable neighborhoods – and w...

Europe’s 'baby bust': can paying for pregnancies save Greece?.

Europe’s 'baby bust': can paying for pregnancies save Greece?.

Greece’s population is falling fast, with low birth rates and economic instability hitting its island communities hardest. An unconventional new organisation, Hope Genesis, is attempting to inject life back into these remote areas through a progra...

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