SoundSeen (our multimedia stories)

SoundSeen (our multimedia stories)

Listen to photojournalist Diana Matar describe her exquisite series of images portraying a new generation of Muslim women in Cairo. These women are reclaiming and redefining the veil as a symbol of political dissent, piety, and fashion in contemporary Egypt. Or view the images without the audio by clicking the thumbnails below.

For a Palestinian perspective on the separation barrier, listen to Sami Adwan's thoughts on living in a walled-off land accompanied by images of the Palestinian people encountering it in their daily lives. For an Israeli perspectivei> on the security barrier, listen to the program with Yossi Klein Halevi.

This documentary takes a direct, honest approach that lacks the sugar-coated enamel of many peacekeeping portrayals. Through the participants of the Bereaved Families Forum you experience the difficult dialogue taking place between Palestinians and Israelis, cry, and find hope in the possibility of common people reaching out and changing the situation by sharing their stories with each other.

This documentary takes a direct, honest approach that lacks the sugar-coated enamel of many peacekeeping portrayals. Through the participants of the Bereaved Families Forum you experience the difficult dialogue taking place between Palestinians and Israelis, cry, and find hope in the possibility of common people reaching out and changing the situation by sharing their stories with each other.

Question to Robert Wright: "What Is a Mature Idea of God?"

Wright discusses spirituality vs. religiousness.

Question to Robert Wright: "How Does the Evolution of God Relate to the Evolution of Women's Rights and Standing in Society?"

This slideshow highlights Sitting Bull's actual descriptions of the 22 drawings — currently archived at the Smithsonian — he created while in captivity at Fort Randall, Dakota Territory in 1882.

Explore the world of Alan Rabinowitz in his work that spans the continents — from the jaguar corridors of Brazil to the nature preserves for tigers in Burma.

Travel through time with images of the antebellum home of a Cherokee Chief.

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