Indigenous Food Sovereignty Projects Aim to Rebuild Food Security Indigenous Food Sovereignty Projects Aim to Rebuild Food Security Audio How the overturn of Roe v. Wade is impacting medical students entering gynecology How the overturn of Roe v. Wade is impacting medical students entering gynecology Audio State abortion laws are changing the way some medical residents in the fields of obstetrics and gynecology will be trained. The Relentless The Relentless Audio Aymara and the Ants Aymara and the Ants Audio How Aymara Val and her neighbours are fighting for better jobs, sewage and water systems. Death by Police: A Mother’s (audio) Diary Death by Police: A Mother’s (audio) Diary Audio Police officers throughout the U.S. shoot and kill unarmed people, in Sacramento, Detroit, New Orleans and in Madison. The Washington Post reports 987 people were shot and killed by police in 2017, sixty-eight of them were unarmed. There are marches and calls for investigations and in the end, justice is elusive. So when Life of the Law producer Zoe Sullivan said the mother of an unarmed bi-racial teenager who had been shot and killed by a police officer in Madison had been keeping an audio diary after her son’s death, we listened. We hope you will too. Faith and Feminism in Brazil Faith and Feminism in Brazil Audio Brazil has one of the worst records in the world for violence against women, and to combat these attitudes Nadiedja Souza is leading Brazilian women who are challenging the sexism of Brazil and she’s doing it using her Christian faith.