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Post-War Paradise The American Dream. It became a slogan and mindset after the American’s won World War II. The horror and scale of destruction left a nasty imprint on so many young soldiers' minds, that they wanted to comfort and security when they got home. They wanted to all but forget all the dark and horrific scenes that were played out in front of them overseas daily.
How Is Australia Obligated To Advancing Human Rights Globally?
Human rights hold a significant place in everyone's life, and issues related to them can potentially affect anyone. The problems are like experiencing discrimination in the workplace because of age, race or gender. Some people with distinctive sexual orientations or gender individualism are bullied for expressing themselves or whom they are attracted to. This is where human rights and global governance play a vital role as these take care of human preferences.
Yes, of course race is a social construct
While I was in college, one of my affable hippie professors declared, to an audience of Poli-Sci 101 students, that race was a "social construct." Observing the confused looks on his students’ faces, he elaborated. Race is a man-made concept, he said, and is not necessarily based in science. Instead, racial labels (including "black" and "white") change with the times--and with political agendas. He pointed out that some European immigrants weren't considered "white" in 19th-century America, when they were new and unwelcome.
What Are We Doing Here?
I often wonder about what my purpose is and about what society's purpose is. It seems that throughout history, we have diverged and become something mother nature may not have fully anticipated. Let me explain; around four billion years ago, life began to eat life at the bottom of the ocean; from there, animals grew expanded, new ones appeared while others disappeared.
The Era of New Hegemon World Order
Once there was a young boy in a village. He was a kid when both of his parents died a natural death. He was left to live a miserable life by nature. None of his relatives, friends came forward to lend a helping hand. With time, that boy grew up into an adult. But that experience shooked him badly from inside. He earned a lot of name, fame later. Then he came to assert his power what he’d achieved over the years.
The Truth Behind U.S. and Canadian Indigenous Boarding Schools
Content warning: murder, colonialization, genocide, and physical, mental, and sexual abuse In May of 2021, it was announced that over 200 bodies were found in unmarked graves on the property of The Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia, Canada or more accurately, on the traditional territory of the Secwepemc. Established in 1890, it was considered one of the largest residential schools in Canada, peaking at 500 students in the 1950s. It was first established as an acculturating Indigenous school. But the school finally closed in 1978.
Giving Human Rights Commission more Teeth
National Human Rights Commission was in limelight few months earlier, when it has ordered the Assam government to pay ₹1 lakh to a 48-year-old man who was thrashed more than a year ago in Biswanath district for selling cooked beef at his tea stall at a weekly market.
It was Dr. Martin Luther King who chased a dream. Some 60+ years latter his dream is still being chased by too many the world over. To dream the impossible dream. It seems that is all we are capable of doing. The unfulfilled dreams of man where peace, harmony, and compassion should have been realized by now are the ever elusive dreams of so many. The world is fill with unfulfilled dreams.
How COVID Became Our Blindness
From the moment I first read Republic by Plato, I fell in love with allegorical writing. Aside from the Bible, Plato’s paramount chef d’œuvre is the perfect starting point for any writer interested in developing a more metaphorical writing type.
Four Reasons why TWC should continue to Support the People
When the pandemic became worldwide, more than 10 million people were unemployed due to companies losing profits, work unavailable, and fewer customers/clients to support their business. People were concern about how the bills are going to get pay or put food on the table; they reliant on TWC to get through harsh times. However, TWC may not pay you as much as your job did and may need additional assistance to pay your bills. Sometimes, you probably have enough to pay the bills but not enough to put food on the table. If you're one of those people who have noticed that your benefits will end on a specific date, then have no fear as I explain four reasons why TWC should continue to support the people during the pandemic.
Order of Social Movements
If it feels like new movements are popping up everywhere, that’s because they are. And they always have. Social movements are one of the most powerful tools for meaningful change. Movements cause social pressure that stimulates public awareness, awareness can lead to political pressure, and that pressure can change the status quo.
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