Bianca Hillier is a reporter and producer for The World. She also is the producer and host of The World's daily smart speaker show called "The Number in the News," which is available on Amazon and Google devices. Before coming to The World, Bianca worked in television at CBS News and NBC News in New York City.
During the pandemic, LGBTQ bars in London received extra help from the government. In the US, queer women are rallying to save and celebrate the last remaining 15 lesbian bars. In other parts of the world, like Turkey, government funding for LGBTQ venues is not a possibility.
In September, more than 160 advocacy organizations wrote a letter to the International Olympic Committee asking for the Games to be moved out of China.
About a dozen LGBTQ candidates were elected to office across the US this week. LGBTQ politicians in other countries say these are victories for the entire world.
Reactions of world leaders, politicians and foreign policy experts have been mixed, with some calling for patience and others warning that the uncertainty could be damaging for democracy in the US.
The activist group organized the largest-ever march against racial discrimination in the city's history. But a backlash soon formed as online commenters argued that the issue is uniquely American — not a Japanese one.
Amid huge challenges for Lebanon, musicians around the world find ways to support a country going through exceptionally tough times.
Upon its release later this year, "Ìfé" will be Nigeria's first film that features a positive love story made by queer women about queer women.
Arts, Culture & Media
Some viewers say "Love on the Spectrum" accurately portrays the dating lives of autistic people. Others warn it degrades them and is inherently voyeuristic.
Legislators have been fighting for the museum for decades. Finally, the proposal is making some headway in Congress.