The New Yorker Presents: Inspiring stories from real people. Let's do this thang!
Norway knows what's up. Check this eye-opening comparison between two prison systems.
Watch Pusha T's PSA on prison reform and listen to him highlight the power of education and rehabilitation. Well done, Norman Brown.
An amazing video from one of the best electronic albums of 2016. So proud to call these guys Canadian.
His photos, his stories. Can't wait to see more.
Some real and powerful images right here.
Check out this interview with Cyber69. From Russia with love, this guy talks about a world between reality and the internet, and his mission to find his place. Full feature below.
What a perfectly timed album.
A talented Toronto artist dedicates this track to youth lost to gang violence and incarceration. It was produced by Toronto based production company Kid.Studio. It offers a dark depiction into a reality not all of us are aware of.
Gord Dowie's Secret Path project reflects a part of Canadian history that's often ignored. It offers a glimpse into the injustices experienced by generations of indigenous families. This project is opening the door to discussion and acknowledgement in the hopes that we can start walking the long road to reconciliation. 23% of Canada's federal prison population is made up of First Nations, Métis, and Inuits. There is a general lack of support, education, and consideration for this group which ultimately leads them to feel marginalized and neglected.
There's something about this guy that Literal Change just can't get enough of. This Montreal-based photographer knows how to portray 'urban cool'. Link to full website below.