Someone's praying for me: By Suzannah Hoover

Harley Catron grew up in an environment of drug-addicted family members, violence and abuse. She worried about her father and sister: "You know, not knowing what they were doing and if I was going to find them dead in a ditch someday." Years later, her work as a police officer gives her the control and ability to help other women and children out of similar situations.

Lonely, Yeah

Jean MacBain, 77, is working to regain her independence after a back surgery that left her unable to walk and the loss of her husband.

The Outrage

The Outrage, a store created by Rebecca Correa Funk and Claire Schlemme, was born out of a desire to create feminist apparel that people actually wanted to wear, but quickly become something so much more.

I March

Women's March on Washington. January 21, 2017.

The Ghosts of Hispaniola; Facing an uncertain future in the Dominican Republic

Centuries of an interdependent, yet tumultuous coexistence between Haiti and the Dominican Republic, has again reached a boiling point with the passing of a discriminatory and destructive law by the Dominican Republic. The law has created upheaval, confusion, and uncertainty in lives of over 200,000 Dominico-Haitians. 

Love Wins

Supreme Court of the United States ruling in the case Obergefell v. Hodges legalizing same-sex marriage on June 26, 2016.

Strangers in this World the Documentary
Seven Rounds with the “Silent Killer”: My Mother’s Journey with Ovarian Cancer
Art at 99
Spill Your Guts (Fiber Art - Deb Jansen)
The Cost of the Anacostia
Not Breaking the Amish (Trailer 2012)
Hardcore Parkour