Debunking Poor Arguments in Favor of Guns Access

Debunking Poor Arguments in Favor of Guns Access

Roughly 106 people die in America daily due to gun violence. The numbers are astonishing and alarmingly dangerous. Daily, more than 360 people are shot but somehow manage to survive, many of whom can be traumatized for life. But pro-gun people claim that guns are necessary for any stabilized society, but their arguments are somehow … Read more

What was the Primary Motivation for Campaigns Promoting Human Rights?

What was the Primary Motivation for Campaigns Promoting Human Rights?

Many human rights issues came into the spotlight in the 20th century, which prompted human rights campaigns to make their relevance in the world. The primary motivation for campaigns promoting human rights in the 20th century was to stop the holocaust, reduce the horrors of World Wars, help newly independent countries from the aftershocks of … Read more

Playing With Fire: Tanzania Government Lighting Up the ENTIRE Country with Maasai Eviction

Playing With Fire: Tanzania Government Lighting Up the ENTIRE Country with Maasai Eviction

There are no logical humanitarian reasons for the displacement of the Maasai from their ancestor’s land. There are even fewer justifiable environmental reasons for drawing boundaries that will limit the Maasai’s access to their ancestor’s land. However, there are environmental and humanitarian reasons which are justifiable enough for any well-meaning person with integrity and courage … Read more

How is America Destroying Human Rights Globally?

How is America Destroying Human Rights Globally?

The United States has often touted its global human rights missions under various governments and championed the narrative of standing with the right side of history more often than not. By controlling the messaging war with the help of the most powerful media in the world, it has also suppressed many voices which claim otherwise. … Read more

Looming Threat of a Nuclear War is Dangerously High

Looming Threat of a Nuclear War is Dangerously High

Numerous reports are pouring in that Russian President Vladamir Putin can use either a nuclear or a tactical weapon if he fails to win the war quickly. This he can justify using a false flag operation, the blame of which he will put on either NATO, the United States, or Ukraine. This should come as … Read more

US Economic Sanctions: A Tool to Violate Human Rights Globally

US Economic Sanctions: A Tool to Violate Human Rights Globally

Almost all of the world except a few countries are protesting the Russian invasion of Ukraine and are teaming up with the west to sanction Russia economically as hard as they could do. Economic sanctions are mostly used as a war weapon by countries in the 21st century, where unconventional weaponry has ostensibly diminished the … Read more

How Does Social Justice Affect the Development of a Country?

How Does Social Justice Affect the Development of a Country?

Increased social justice is a powerful tool to bridge gaps between different parts of any society, which is eventually critical to the development of any country. If the potential of every individual of a country is realized fully and people are given equal opportunities to thrive economically, politically, and socially, sustainable development goals indicators will … Read more

Nuclear Disarmament: A Forgotten Human Right

Nuclear Disarmament: A Forgotten Human Right

Currently, the world is standing at the brink of a nuclear war with the extent of the danger not seen since the Cuban missile crisis of 1962. Russians attacked Europe’s biggest nuclear power plant situated in Ukraine, which has now raised concerns about another nuclear disaster that could strike the world soon. This came just … Read more

Ageism Problem at Workplace: A Prevailing Social Justice Menace

Ageism Problem at Workplace: A Prevailing Social Justice Menace

Discrimination against the workforce, be it on the basis of color, caste, creed, religion, or age, is rampant not only across America but all over the world. Once such discrimination at the workplace is ageism under which the people are being discriminated against based on their age. Ageism can impact people of every age, thus … Read more

Xenophobia: The Persisting Danger is Getting Worse

Xenophobia: The Persisting Danger is Getting Worse

Xenophobia is the fear and prejudice against foreigners that can lead to persecution and genocide. With the rise of populist tendencies in the world, xenophobia is expanding rapidly, and so is the curiosity of people about its drastic impacts on any society. Xenophobia started displaying itself in communities when people saw that emerging globalization is … Read more

Institutional Racism: How to Address it in America

Institutional Racism: How to Address it in America

Institutional racism, or as it is also known, systematic racism, is those types of racial inequalities that are embedded in the laws and regulations of any society or country. As a result, it perpetuates unequal practices officially. Institutional racism can be addressed by making anti-discriminatory laws and striking down all those legislations that are inherently … Read more

How can Social Justice Help Fight Social Challenges?

How can Social Justice Help Fight Social Challenges?

Social justice efforts have long been a part of any society where activists try to create equal opportunity for all people. This reinforces the belief of many for humanitarian approaches toward solving the persisting crises of the world. Social justice allows civil society and activists to create equal opportunities for everyone, which results in fighting … Read more

Human Rights vs. National Interests: Killing Humans for Personal Interests is not Justified

Human Rights vs. National Interests: Killing Humans for Personal Interests is not Justified

The persisting debate of promoting realism or liberalism in foreign policies of countries is not new. With the arrival of international institutions like the United Nations after the Second World War in 1945, liberal politics started gaining ground, and the end of the cold war was regarded as the “end of history” in global politics. … Read more

Woke Mathematics: A Tool to Eradicate Social Injustice from America

Woke Mathematics: A Tool to Eradicate Social Injustice from America

The United States has been witnessing significant racial inequality and social injustice, and now, after the Black Lives Matter movement, Americans have finally realized the importance of these concepts. Teaching maths through a social justice lens has thus become a tool for teachers to eradicate this persistent inequality, as this teaching practice can bring wonders … Read more

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