My worldview was shaped early on by those around me. I grew up in a suburb as an upper middle-class Jew with immigrant parents and my family, friends, and, to some extent, school largely impacted my views. Growing up I would often catch myself judging...

From the Serengeti to the cobblestone streets of Antigua, from the Spiti Valley to the active volcanos of Bali, it's been a wild ride around the world through photography! We've been so dazzled by this year's submissions that have captured vistas, faces, and moments in such breathtaking...

This past summer, our India: Gender & Religion teams had the opportunity to see the self-sustaining monastery at Dolma Ling Nunnery and Institute in the Kangra valley near Dharamsala, northern India. Officially inaugurated by His Holiness the Dalai Lama back in 2005 and fully funded by...

This picture isn't exactly the most eye-catching photo, and I doubt you really would look twice at it if I didn't have a chance to explain the story behind it. ...

This was juxtaposition at its finest. The birds chirping in Ronnie's gardens as she told us about the governments limits on water and electricity across the border. ...