A young Oglala Lakota woman faces a difficult decision.
South Dakota law impacts Oglala Lakota tribal politics.
Teaching children to be agents of change in Calcutta
Several servicewomen describe how they were sexually assaulted in the military.
Meet Carmela: a real life Wonder Woman.
Culture shock and curiosity are quickly overcome at Barefoot College.
Masha Drokova becomes disillusioned with her political ideals and idol, Vladimir Putin.
Shopping's a drag for a power lifter.
Raising the bar with strength and grace.
A civil rights hero who put her life on the line.
Turning a childhood tragedy into the pursuit of justice.
Retiring from the struggle, but not from the cause.
Jessie Little Doe describes her initial resistance to working with a white linguist.
The Wampanoag people are recovering ancestral stories and writing original songs in their language.
A new generation is breathing life into what was once thought to be a lost language.
What do you love about being deaf?
ASL poets in the spotlight
Poets without borders
Once a month, these girl scouts reunite with their mothers at Gatesville's Hilltop Prison.
Called back in 2007 as Pakistan's best hope for democracy, Benazir paid the highest price.
Her wedding to Asif Ali Zardari was compared to a Bollywood movie or a campaign event.
In a recorded interview, Benazir described the people as her greatest source of strength.
Rose is reunited with her daughter, Nangabire, after a decade of apart.
Rose implores a group of Congolese women to take charge of their lives and communities.
Rose's oldest daughter, Aimee, may have paid the highest price during the civil war.
In a pretrial interview, Dr. William Bernet listens as Cyntonia recounts a painful past.
Cyntoia's adoptive mother struggles to understand why she missed the warning signs.
In prison, Cyntoia tries to recuperate her own self-esteem after years of abuse.
Prejudice and politics wounded Conrad deeply, but in the media she appeared stoic.
"We're living in temporary housing. It's considered a shelter."