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The Loving Generation

4 films | 37 min

In 1967, the Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia overturned all laws outlawing interracial marriage. The Loving Generation tells the story of a generation of Americans born to one black parent and one white parent. Their narratives provide a fascinating and unique window into the borderland between “blackness” and “whiteness”, and, in some cases, explode fixed ideas about race and identity.

The British-born visual powerhouse on what it means to call oneself an artist.

21 Portraits of a Generation

Portraits of the “Loving” generation.

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Nominated for an Academy Award®, this devastating short film tells the story of the country’s oldest interracial newlyweds. Edith and Eddie are deeply in love, but that’s not where the story ends.

God Save the Teens

Immigrant identities in the United Kingdom have become more complicated in the wake of the Brexit referendum. We decided to ask some first-generation British teens how they view themselves in what is about to become a newly isolated country.

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The Man with a Thousand Faces

A transgender man, a mysterious death, and a crime that would haunt Australia for years.

Northwest Passages

A series of moving portraits of people who have slowly but surely embraced new identities on the female end of the gender spectrum.

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The Suitcase

A story of biblical proportions about an immigrant’s experience of giving and receiving.

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Illustrated profiles of six women who survived homelessness in New York City.

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Under My Window in Jerusalem

Photographing Jerusalem from a very particular, very personal angle.

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Behind the Cover: Identity Checks

A look at the process of creating artist Shantell Martin’s February issue cover.

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In the late ‘60s, California university campuses were teeming with new ideas. This group of UCLA students put them in a magazine called Gidra.

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The Unsurprising Oasis of Chinese Food in Mexico

After Chinese laborers were denied entry to the United States thanks to racist 19th century immigration policy, many settled in Mexicali. Their food followed.

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Off Topic

The Punk Rock Church That Could Be a Cult

A radical pastor and a very disgruntled flock.

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