The city of Melilla is a fortified pocket of Spain in Morocco, where young migrants from across Africa gather to attempt the dangerous crossing into the E.U.
In Chile’s capital, artists occupied a temporarily closed street to create a bright pedestrian promenade. But its future is uncertain.
More than 135,000 Puerto Ricans have left the island and it is estimated that almost half a million could migrate to the continent by 2019.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is taking in hundreds of evacuees from Puerto Rico. For many, the transition has been a challenge.
When a design student launched an interactive project to map LGBTQ spaces in Montreal, it went viral. Then it went dark.
In Ponce, Puerto Rico, 92 percent of urbanized areas have electricity, but not a single rural neighborhood does.
El Paso and Ciudad Juárez hope to open the first system to connect both sides of the Rio Grande by the end of 2018.
Washington, D.C., has the largest number of Salvadorans who face an imminent fear of deportation from Donald Trump’s new immigration policy. But long before Trump’s announcement, other forces were driving them out of the city.
MacArthur Fellow Jason De León is documenting the stories of anonymous Mexican border migrants by gathering the artifacts they leave behind.
In the Brazilian city of Fortaleza, the anonymous collective Massa Crítica pressured the government to construct hundreds of kilometers of bike lanes. But it wasn’t easy.