May 31st, 2020

Many thought that the conversation ended with the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 60s. But the countless incidents of police brutality, wealth gap, and constant oppression has persisted.

June 10th, 2020

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Being part of a country that stood by watching its own suffer by the hands of those with power and privilege made me resent the pride I had felt for America. I was no longer proud to be part of a nation that preached freedom, but met those words with empty promises. As protests made their way to New York City, I knew that I had to join in on the movement.

June 13th, 2020

You’ve heard the chants. The voices that echo on the streets, calling out for those that could not live to this day to speak their justice. We’ve all seen the circulating message 
#JusticeforGeorgeFloyd everyday. But what have you done about it?

June 18th, 2020

It was reported that around 42% of people were not aware of what’s happening in Yemen. Why does no one care? Why is Yemen a forgotten land? 

June 24th, 2020

We wanted to pay homage to the black-owned businesses that serve our communities, so we reached out to some business owners to hear their stories, and find out how you can support them at this difficult time.

July 17th, 2020

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The world faces so many issues regarding the service of justice, even in the Land of the Free. When they say Land of the Free, they actually mean free for the cops who murdered Breonna Taylor, and countless other perpetrators of police brutality and assault.

August 22nd, 2020

So what do females owe their success to? Why do their nations have lower death rates, and are able to reopen safely and rapidly? Why are their economies booming? How did they create more diverse societies? How do they combat opposition?

October 5th, 2020

So I pose the question: What happened to the American Dream? What do you define as American? How hard do people have to work to earn the right to live? To be American?

October 11th, 2020

So what really goes into a political campaign? We’re accustomed to seeing the final product after numerous people have given the go ahead on everything from photos to speeches to advertisements. But who are these people and how authentic are the things we are seeing?

October 18th, 2020

October 20th, 2020

November 2nd, 2020

The Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) is a unit of the Nigerian Police Force that was assembled to protect civilians from armed robbers. Instead, they attack and kill innocent youth.

December 7th, 2020

My chairs were both an ode to the beautiful reef of the coast of my home city and a reminder to everyone else that these ecosystems exist and must be protected.
 We need to tailor aid so that those who need it the most have access to it. Currently, much of the money intended for aid ends up in the pockets of corrupt leaders, ministers and diplomats.

December 14th, 2020

India is experiencing two extremes, suffering from having way too much rain, or not enough.
With this thought lingering, I reached out to Nigerian youth all over the world and posed the question, “If Nigeria were a person, what would you tell her?”.  It became an Ode to Nigeria.

December 21st, 2020

Brandon's death was another "stain on America's criminal justice system."

January 7th 2020

Yesterday’s events have made it clear: America, the “land of the free,” is only truly free for white men. Trump has used his lies to protect and encourage his supporters, fueling hypocrisy and the maltreatment of all who do not serve him. 

January 27th, 2021

We learn about World War II in school, memorizing dates and battle names. But what we don’t learn about is who these people were. They had names, just like you and I. Six million of them. They had 6 million stories. Six million dreams. Six million lives. Here is just one of their names; one of their stories. It is impossible to put someone’s life into words, but through his story, we can keep him alive. 

January 27th, 2021

We view history as a timeline, a timeline of progress, and change. Typically, we analyze timelines because they tell us the leading aspects of an event: the cause, and the effect. As time progresses, so does our timeline. But, what about when we find repetition within our timeline; with the rise of antisemitism in America, who will be there to vocalize our historical story and work to combat antisemitism?  Us. 

February 4th, 2021

 Taking the global stage and creating political performances, America has seen two impeachments of their sitting president, been hit by a worldwide pandemic, and finally started to grapple with its structural racial injustices. We decided to reach out to young people across the United States and around the world to learn more about their thoughts on different aspects of political issues and how recent events have affected them personally

February 9th, 2021

She shared tunes of hope while not pardoning the erroneous notes played by America. It is poems like these that remind me of the power of spoken word.

February 20th, 2021

What makes an American? Is it the apple pie? The obsession with reality TV? Is it the Coca-Cola consumption, or what about the ironic use of “goddamn” despite the country’s Christian roots?

March 7th, 2021

Youth climate organizations, such as the Climate Hub at the University of British Columbia, provide hope and illustrate how protests can lead to wider systemic change.

January 22nd, 2021

March 8th, 2021

Since 2017, over 2 million Uighurs have been detained in so-called “re-education camps”, where they are forced to pledge loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party, eat pork, drink alcohol or engage in other practices opposing their religion, as well as memorizing communist propaganda songs and learning Mandarin.

April 12th, 2021

Laicité: the principle denoting the freedom of religion and neutrality, dating back to the freedom of public institutions from the Catholic Church, is currently being questioned at the hands of the government. 

April 13th, 2021

Myanmar gained independence from Britain in 1948 and has been under military control from 1962 until 2011 when a government introduced a partial form of democracy, which was abruptly halted following last month’s military coup. 

April 20th, 2021

Myanmar gained independence from Britain in 1948 and has been under military control from 1962 until 2011 when a government introduced a partial form of democracy, which was abruptly halted following last month’s military coup. 

May 3rd, 2021

With thousands of cases surging over India everyday, the nation is confronting its second wave, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized: “this storm has shaken the nation.” Supply is low, as medical facilities have run out of oxygen, ventilators and beds in extensive care units.

May 10th, 2021

With the country experiencing 500 COVID deaths per day on average, gaps in income have only widened to leave Colombians frustrated and betrayed by their own government. And as protests escalate to demand change and the striking down of far-right President Ivan Duque’s tax reform, it only reminds Colombia and the world of Duque’s empty promises.

May 19th, 2021

Sheikh Jarrah is located in occupied East Jerusalem. Under International law, East Jerusalem legally belongs to the Palestinian territories. However, Israel has been illegally occupying it for decades, and now has full control over the land. 

June 26th, 2021

LGBTQ+ pride is the advocacy for the self-affirmation, dignity, equality, and increased visibility of LGBTQ+ people. Every June, millions of people come together to fight for the freedom, equity, and power of every LGBTQ+ person.