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Dan Budnik, who photographed civil rights movement, dies

Dan Budnik, who photographed civil rights movement, dies

Acclaimed photographer Dan Budnik, noted for his portraits of artists in New York in the 1960s and documenting the civil rights movement and Native American culture, has died. He was 87.

Dan Budnik, who photographed civil rights movement, dies

Introducing Sadia Siddiqui

Introducing Sadia Siddiqui

It’s not the first obstacle the creative director and CEO of Mustang Productions, Sadia Siddiqui, has faced in her career but is one of the biggest ones.

Introducing Sadia Siddiqui

Introducing Archana Sharma

Introducing Archana Sharma

Archana Sharma is now an authority on gaseous detectors for research in high energy physics.

Introducing Archana Sharma

Umra Omar: Transforming Lives

Umra Omar: Transforming Lives

Umra Omar won CNN Hero of the Year award in 2016 for her NGO that delivers lifesaving medical services to people residing in some of the most isolated and dangerous corners of Kenya. 

Umra Omar: Transforming Lives

Blending Tradition & Contemporary Music: Raja Kumari

From performing a cameo in the most-awarded movie of the year, Gully Boy, to releasing hit independent EPs like Bloodline, Raja Kumari is on top of her game.

Blending Tradition & Contemporary Music: Raja Kumari

Manal Rostom, The Surviving Hijab Story

Manal Rostom, the 40-year-old Egyptian athlete is the first hijabi woman to be featured by Nike to promote their sports hijab line. 

Manal Rostom, The Surviving Hijab Story

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