Anger over food prices helped contribute to the toppling of former President Hosni Mubarak. Through the story of one migrant family, we explore how displaced farmers, angry about agricultural policies that favor “crony capitalists,” now struggle to put food on the table. This story is the beginning of a new series: "Food for 9 Billion,"
Charlotte Buchen has shot and produced stories for outlets such as PBS FRONTLINE/World, PBS NewsHour, The New York Times and the Discovery Channel among others. She has a special interest in reporting from the Middle East and South Asia. Her documentary "All the Way Home" broadcast on PBS in 2009. Charlotte holds a BA in Political Science from Vassar College and a Masters degree from UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism.
Sufism, Pakistan's most popular branch of Islam, has seen a rise of attacks against its worshipers at shrines. The bombings are part of an ongoing battle to enforce a more conservative brand of Islam. This story was funded in part by the Dick Goldensohn Fund. NEW YORK TIMES STORY | VIDEO | DICK GOLDENSOHN FUND
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