Feeling like you don't know the first thing about lobbying your member of Congress? Don't worry, we are going to tell you just 'How We Lobby'. Even if you never pictured yourself walking into your Senator's office to talk to them about Endangered Species, this video was made to show you it's nothing to be afraid of -- you can totally do this!

Vignette of Cut Chemist performing his two showcases in Austin, TX during SXSW 2018. Song: "Home Away From Home" off his new album, Die Cut.

The news media paints a specific portrait of who evangelicals are. But that portrayal often excludes evangelicals of color. What does it really mean to be evangelical? Learn more here: Pew Research. "10 Facts About Religion in America." http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2015/08/27/10-facts-about-religion-in-america/ Barna Group. "How We Got Here: Spiritual and Political Profiles of America."

Interview with Mbacké Fall, Former Prosecutor of the Extraordinary African Chambers in Senegal, by Angela Mudukuti, International Criminal Justice Lawyer, Wayamo Foundation. (Watch on Vimeo for the English translation in the caption).

Last week’s opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture was enveloped by a three-day music festival, with performances from folk instrumentals to poetry to dance to hip hop. The artists talk about the importance of political leaders such as Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., and President Barack Obama in bringing the museum to life, and the unique place African American sounds have and will always have in American society.

Africa Group for Justice and Accountability member and The Gambia's Chief Justice Hassan Jallow takes us behind the scenes of the group's strategic meeting in Arusha, Tanzania, explaining how the Africa Group works for justice in Africa.

Branding video for The Washington Post

Justice Talks: Elise Keppler from Human Rights Watch talks about bias, "race hunting," and the misperceptions of the relationship between Africa and the International Criminal Court.

Justice Talks: Dr. Robert Eno speaks about the significance of the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights in the judicial landscape of Africa. Eno has been the Registrar of the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights since 2012.

As the USO celebrates 75 years of keeping our nation's service members connected to the things they love and work to defend - family, home and country - we paused February 4, our 75th anniversary, to honor these individuals and listen to their stories. SideXSide Studios

McClatchy's Branded Content Studio produces creative storytelling and innovative video solutions for advertisers. We partnered with Save Mart Supermarkets to produce a one-of-a-kind 360° video experience that combines immersive video technology, creative animations and engaging audio to create a race game feel.

In an exclusive interview with Roll Call to kick off our new Power Brokers newsmaker series, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi discusses the next generation of Democratic House leaders and what she thinks of Speaker Paul D. Ryan's anti-poverty focus. SideXSide Studios

Lampwork  

A short look at the craft of glass blowing, or more precisely, lampwork, and the head space artists are in during the process.

Featuring John Landin & Elektra Musich of  Everlasting Fire Designs.

Featured Music: "Tears" by Django Reindhardt, "Tick of the Clock" by Chromatics

Matt Rhodes | MEDILL

The Jazz Showcase: Throughout the Years

A brief look at Joe & Wayne Segal's historic Jazz Showcase featuring the Marquis Hill Blacktet.

Special Thanks to the Blacktet and the staff at the Jazz Showcase for being so welcoming & accommodating.

Music: George Benson & Jack McDuff - "Shadow Dancers" Charlie Parker's All Stars - "Cheryl 1947" Marquis Hill Blacktet - "The Thump" John Coltrane & Milt Jackson - "Be-Bop"

Matt Rhodes | MEDILL

Piecemeal

A look at Chicago's Piece Pizzeria & Brewery and its owner, Bill Jacobs.

*Featured at the 2012 Pizza Expo in Las Vegas during Bill Jacobs' keynote speech. 

Matt Rhodes | MEDILL