Anti-Authoritarian Making Gandhi Sound Like Rush Limbaugh
I Am Not A Nurse!
I AM NOT A NURSE | Sexism In Medicine Written by Abisola Ogundiran - April 10, 2021 Don't get me wrong; nurses are highly skilled medical professionals that contribute enormously to the healthcare system. We would all be lost without nurses. Nurses collaborate with other healthcare professionals to deliver holistic care to patients. Patients and their relatives often trust the nurses more than the doctors and deservedly so because the Nurse is closer to the patient.
Written by: Abisola Ogundiran, Nigeria - March 23, 2021 Colourism Among People Of The Same Tribe Colourism is one of the emerging problems in our society today. Some say colourism is the aftermath of the colonial era in African countries and India. This issue is widespread, although highly overlooked by many in recent times. Watching Bollywood while growing up as a child, I always thought all Indians had really fair skin. I was surprised to learn they come in all shades, from dark skin tone to fair skin tone.
Household Gender Roles
Written by: Abisola Ogundiran - March 7, 2021 Introduction The popular gender roles that we are familiar with today are the product of the industrial revolution that started around 1760 to sometime between 1820 and 1840. Before this event, most of the workforce was concentrated in the agricultural sectors, and it was common for families to farm, spin a yarn or weave cloth together.
Social Media: Friend or Enemy?
Written By: Kevin Gabeci - February 23, 2021 Since the beginning of Social Media, most people have had a platform where they can express themselves. Now that Social Media is at its peak and a question is raised, are people's opinions free anymore, or has social media corrupted them? Lately, we have seen a lot of different situations regarding social media, people expressing themselves, and considering these expressions as free thought.
Written By: Yna Dran - February 20, 2021 Of all the posts I made over the last four years about the dangers of Trump, I couldn't help but look back wondering, how close to reality did I get? An insurrection was at our doorstep. Looking back on my worst fears, the events of January 6, 2021 was always a possibility on my mind, but just how close was I? Too accurate I'm afraid. I was way too close to reality. When history looks back on the very real threat that Donald Trump posed to the structure of the United States government, it will not look back fondly. It will remember the terror that stood seconds away from the first United States dictatorship.
Effects of Multi-National Corporations on African Economies
Written by David Charles, February 10, 2021 A Multinational Company is a business organization whose exercises are situated in more than two nations and is the hierarchical structure that characterizes unfamiliar direct speculation. This structure comprises a country area where the firm is consolidated and of the foundation of branches or auxiliaries in unfamiliar nations. Worldwide organizations can shift in the degree of their worldwide exercises in terms of the number of nations in which they work. An enormous global company can work in 100 nations, with countless representatives situated external its nation of origin.
Development of Europe & Underdevelopment of Africa
Written by David Charles, February 7, 2021 Broadly speaking, no country can exist independent of another. Interactions and interrelationships exist between and among countries of the world. Although, such a relationship could be friendly or inimical. Whichever way it is, the relationship is as old as human existence. However, countries of the world are majorly divided into two, namely developed and underdeveloped countries. The developed countries found themselves in the northern hemisphere of the globe while the southern hemisphere contains the underdeveloped countries of the world. The indices of the development of Europe at the same time led to the underdevelopment of Africa. In this article, some activities in the above point shall be addressed.
COVID-19 and Its Effects on European Countries
All over the globe, nobody would have predicted that the year 2020 would be affected by a global pandemic. Over the years, some parts of the world have been recorded to be bedeviled with deadly diseases. For instance, the Ebola Virus did not affect all the countries of the world during its reign. However, virtually all countries of the world were hit and are still hit with the deadly coronavirus. It has caused an abrupt end to every activity that cut across all phases of life as churches, mosques, markets, stadia, music and entertainment industry, public and private companies, schools, etc were all put on hold forcefully. In a nutshell, a global lockdown was enforced in order to find a lasting solution to the deadly virus.