The constant breakthroughs and advancements in intelligence technologies have seeped into daily life in both unexpected, and increasingly normalized ways
Conservatives might just be on the verge of realizing their nightmares
As a society, we are entering into a new phase, a new era. The arrival of this change has caught all of us off guard. Instead of preparing for the shift, we fight to maintain the status quo or maintain a storied past.
Let's set the record straight: 'Dear White People' articles only serve to get clicks and agitate: both of which do not bridge gaps, but instead lead to further division.
Commodity activism has seen a re-emergence, thanks to young people today who are reportedly more involved in social causes through consumerism.
In 2008, when the news broke of Obama’s presidential win, I was overseas at a bar, in the company of a few Americans. Although I was young, I still vividly remember their
Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s perennial novels are inundated with complex characters — they are often conflicted, multifaceted people who all of us can relate to in different ways. In Crime and Punishment (1866), Dostoyevsky’s
No action is ever a personal choice when there is a victim involved — in this case, the victim is the animal.
With Hollywood in pandemic purgatory, actors have been turning to other mediums to maintain relevance — and what better way to achieve this goal than by invading the digital proletariat.
“If we do not know how to meaningfully talk about racism, our actions will move in misleading directions.” - Angela Davis, Freedom is a Constant Struggle“Networks do not eradicate power: they distribute
Social consciousness was not elevated, in fact, it seems the pandemic was the tipping point in hurtling humanity towards a new epoch of social unrest. With this unrest, we too, have all but abandoned the climate cause.