March 1 & 4, 2012 - from Moscow - Jacmel, Haiti - Sanaa, Yemen - Dharamsala, India - Pakistan
Jean Rody Joseph gets painted with acrylic house paint before going out for carnival in Jacmel, Haiti. The lanse kòd, or the rope-throwers, are the biggest, baddest, and the most menacing on the streets during Carnival. (Photo: Ben Depp)
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Russia's current Prime Minister Vladimir Putin speaks at a presidential campaign rally in Moscow in February. Unlike in previous elections, Putin has been forced to interact more with the public and campaign for their votes. (Photo: REUTERS/Alexei Nikolsky/RIA Novosti/Pool)
Children dance at the main stage in Change Square, Sanaa, Yemen - the primary venue for Yemen's protest movement. Protests continue despite a new president, hand-picked by his predecessor. (Photo: Samuel Aranda)
Carnival spectators watch as the lanse kòd pass by on the parade route. Lanse kòd, or the rope-throwers, work out for months to prepare for their menacing role in Jacmel, Haiti's Carnival parade. (Photo: Ben Depp)
Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy is co-director and co-producer of Saving Face - which won an Academy award for best short documentary. (Photo/Asad Faruqi - HBO)
Tibetan exiles dressed as Chinese soldiers enact the killing of a Tibetan student during a protest in Dharamsala, India, in January. Tibetans are debating the best way to protest Chinese rule, and whether self-immolation is justified. (Photo: AP/Angus McDonald)
This program is the work of producers Dawna Dingwall, Alison Masemann, and Steve McNally. With technical producers Gary Francis, Nima Shams, and Victor Johnston. Our senior producer is Alan Guettel.
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