Artwork by Nelli Isupova, who lives in Kyiv, Ukraine.

A family of artists expresses how the war in Ukraine impacts their creative work


Sergei Isupov lives in western Massachusetts, but the rest of his family still lives in Ukraine. They’re all artists, and they use their unique forms of art to express how the current war affects each of them.

At a job fair in Bogotá, psychologist Nicolas Londoño showed groups of young men how to change a baby's diapers.  Londoño works with Care School for Men, an educational program funded by the city government. 

‘We can all learn to care’: Colombia’s capital city wants men to do more chores at home

Women & Gender
Peter Møller, attorney and co-head of the Danish Korean Rights Group, holds documents at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022.

Danish Korean adoptees seek truth about their adoption circumstances

One of Joanne Lee Molinaro's recipes from The Korean Vegan

The Korean Vegan reflects on food, family and life

Erika Oliva, left, and her husband Benjamin Lopez's family gather inside their apartment in the southern neighborhood of Vallecas, in Madrid, Spain, Oct. 15, 2020. 

Can Spain’s new paternity leave law address entrenched gender roles?

Lifestyle & Belief
Migrant children outside playing on a playground at Casa Combes, a shelter for migrant kids in Harlingen, Texas. Photographed on June 23, 2018.

The government faces deadlines to reunite migrant families. It’s unclear if it will meet them.


A court ordered the government to reunite families within one month, or 14 days for cases involving children under 5. But with parents and children split and put on different, complex tracks, that might prove challenging.

Family or four, two girls, man and woman sit together on boardwalk at sunset

‘I lost trust in the system,’ says US citizen now unable to reunite with his Yemeni family


Abdo Elfgeeh held on to hope that they would reunite though war split them apart. The Supreme Court’s decision Tuesday changed his mind.

sepia toned image of young boy, with some damage to photo around edges

For a child migrant, days feel like a lifetime when you’re imprisoned and alone


Beth Lew-Williams’ grandfather was 9 when he was separated from family and placed in immigration detention. And he held the pain of the experience for 72 years.

Alibata Tattoo

Arts, Culture & Media

A personal story about an ancient practice of body ornament with rich cultural and historical roots. Story by Erick Gonzales, produced by Jocelyn Gonzales.

Now Playing: Family

Arts, Culture & Media

Everyone has a different idea of family. Right now at the Aldrich Museum in Connecticut some of those ideas are together under one roof.