Nadine Ajaka, Washington Post

Nadine Ajaka

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Past articles by Nadine:

‘Fakeout’: A series about misinformation from The Fact Checker

Over the past year, The Fact Checker has expanded our video series well beyond fact-checking U.S. politicians. We introduced a comprehensive guide to manipulated video, explained the complex history of Turkey and the Kurds and investigated conflicting reports of violence in Kashmir. And now we’re trying something new. In the following three episodes, the Fact Checker video team will focus on a… → Read More

Coming soon: ‘Fakeout’ by The Fact Checker

We have a new video series coming, called Fakeout. Stay Tuned! → Read More

A Stunning Time-Lapse Captures Oregon's Invisible Beauty

The short film was shot entirely with cameras that capture infrared light. → Read More

A Story of Redemption in Flint, Michigan

The short film "Noah​​​​​​" is one man’s testimony. → Read More

Ovarian Psycos: The L.A. Bicycle Crew for Women of Color

“It’s a refuge for the runaway, for the throwaway.” → Read More

How an Undocumented Law Student Feels About Trump

A short film explores how one woman regards the new administration. → Read More

Dark Matter, Explained by Janna Levin

In a short film, a Columbia University astrophysicist explains the mysterious substance that makes up over 25 percent of the universe. → Read More

The Slam Poets of Istanbul

A short film on a group of young people who meet every week in the name of freedom of expression. → Read More

A Story About Vintage Cars, With a Heartbreaking Turn

The short film What a Ride is an ode to one man’s passion for speed and California roads. → Read More

A Visual Spoken Word Poem for Peace

The abstract film Good Morning has a powerful message. → Read More

Melania Trump's Hometown Glory

A 20-minute film takes us to Sevnica, Slovenia, now preparing for a tourism boom thanks to the 2016 election. → Read More

Coming to America as Refugees, in Children's Words

In a short film, 4-year-old Almas and 10-year-old Mustafa explain what it was like to leave Iraq for Oregon. → Read More

The Legacy of China's Family Planning Rules

A documentary about three of the 13 million unregistered people born outside the nation’s former one-child policy → Read More

Cabrini Green and Chicago's Public Housing Disaster

A documentary filmed over the course of 20 years tells the story of a disenfranchised community pushed out of their homes. → Read More

How a Carnival Dance Group Prepares to Take to the Streets

A colorful short film follows a troupe of young people from London as they get ready for the festival. → Read More

The Fickle Career of an NFL Player

A short film tells the story of an offensive lineman who’s looking for his next team. → Read More

The Life of an Undocumented High School Senior

In a short film, a young woman wonders if she'll be able to go to college. → Read More

What Does a Reformed Racist Look Like?

In a short documentary, a former KKK leader reconnects with the African American woman who helped raise him. → Read More

What's in a Protest Sign?

In a short film, people explain why they choose particular messages to display. → Read More

The Casualties of Women's War on Body Hair

Hair removal, at its core, is a form of gendered social control. → Read More