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Products of Slavery

Anti-Slavery International

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Produced by: Anti-Slavery International

Anti-Slavery International, founded in 1839, is the world's oldest international human rights organisation and the only charity in the UK working to eradicate all forms of modern slavery. More…


Retrospective: 40 years since the race to the moon

The Associated Press

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Produced by: Francois Duckett, Sean McDade, Merrill Sherman, Jessica Nwokocha, Nick Rapp, Corey Blackman, Susie Hoffman, Jake O'Connell

A look back at the Apollo 11 mission with video graphics, 3d and maps. More…


Real Estate Interests Vie for Transportation Funding

The Center for Public Integrity

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Produced by: Erik Lincoln

Virtually all players agree there is no coordinated vision in setting priorities for federal transportation projects. That vacuum has led to a tidal wave of earmarks by Congress. Quite naturally real estate developers and other interests make great efforts to influence which projects get funded. This map shows where more than 100 real estate interests spent roughly $5.5 million in 2009 lobbying on transportation projects. Built using Flash, jQuery and the Google Maps Flash API. More…


Oosterweelconnection

De Standaard Online

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Citizens of Antwerp, Belgium, are asked their opinion about a controversial planned highway that will make the inner ring-road around Antwerp complete. More…


Zielpunkt Meer

BINN-Medienproduktion

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Produced by: BINN-Medienproduktion, Sebastian Schreiber, Zielpunkt Meer e.V.

An interactive diary of a 16 day adventure tour of 26 children and 6 of the caregivers cycled 660 km from Berlin to Sylt (Germany). The Tour 2009 took place on 4 to 19 July. From the date of departure maintain the participating children and young people a ride with the support of Supervisor's website in real time with photos, tour dates and reports. More…


New York City Homicides Map

The New York Times

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Produced by: Matthew Bloch, Shan Carter, Tyson Evans, Brian Hamman, Andrew W. Lehren

Each day, the New York Police Department announces major crimes, including most homicides, in the five boroughs. This data is compiled from those reports, in addition to news accounts, court records and additional reporting. The map will be updated as new information becomes available. More…


Oakland Crimespotting

Oakland PD and CrimeWatch

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Produced by: Stamen Design

Oakland Crimespotting is an interactive map of crimes in Oakland, CA, and a better way of understanding crime in cities. This project is not affiliated with the City of Oakland or the Oakland Police Department, but we do use data published on CrimeWatch, the City’s community crime mapping website. More…


State of the Salmon: Sockeye

State of the Salmon Program

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Produced by: Scott Benish, Pete Rand, Dino Citraro, Kim Rees, Wayne Fidler, Brett Johnson, Zach Krausnick, Sean Samuelson, Jacob O'Brien, Dino Citraro, Kim Rees, Todd Cooper, Brian Twilley

Developed as a way to view the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s assessment of Pacific Sockeye Salmon, this is the first in a series of visualizations of salmon population health and status and fulfills the Wild Salmon Center’s goal of providing salmon population information to the general public. More…


Interactive Map Showing Immigration Data Since 1890

The New York Times

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Produced by: NYT Graphics

Select a foreign-born group to see how they settled across the United States and understand trends and determine the ethnic mix of your community. More…


For Want of Water

The Las Vegas Sun

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Produced by: Zach Wise

With expected changes in climate and no change in future water usage, Lake Mead could run dry by 2021. More…