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January 2017

MulticulturalismWorld
January 27, 2017

Books on Immigrants and Immigrant Experience.

  The picture above is the author's courtesy. A collection of books from all over the world to read about immigrants and immigrant experience with quotes and the descriptions of plots. Many of us know that the path to healing is accompanied by the art of well-told stories. When we…
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World
January 22, 2017

Don’t Let Them Take Away Your Rights.

While yesterday’s march was certainly a big success for women, as it delivered a powerful message that we, as females are not willing to tolerate inequality and suppression of our rights, and together, we can make our voices heard, there is still a long way to go.For example, there are…
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Essays
January 16, 2017

On Why Millennials Need Listicles.

Since I started this blog, many people have approached me with advice to add simple content to my website to make it more crowd-adaptable. Crowd-adaptable I thought, what does it mean in the context of my generation? After some analyzing, I have come to the conclusion that it means listings,…
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Coming of ageIsrael Discover
January 16, 2017

A Mixtape For My Turmoiled Relationship, Israel (Side B)

Photo on the preview: Vera Nicolopoulos. Follow her on instagram sovsem_poneslo  This is the Side B of my mix tape, for the Side A, click here: Some time ago, I have decided to make a digital mix tape of all the songs that have been accompanying me through the life…
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EssaysMulticulturalism
January 12, 2017

Loneliness, Solitude and Solace

While thinking about immigration or just any transition in one’s life one of the first things that come to mind is loneliness. We cannot brush off the fact that we feel lonely sometimes. Is it a good thing? Perhaps, there is a meaning behind it if it's successfully transformed into…
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#feminismMulticulturalismWorld
January 9, 2017

Carol Rossetti, a Feminist Who Expresses Her Ideals Through Art.

The image is taken from https://rampages.us/sociallyengagedmedia/carol-rossetti/ They say that people who have acquired fame overnight often become pretentious, but it is not the case with Carol Rossetti, a Brazilian illustrator who became famous for her illustrations about women. During our interview, Rossetti was humble and simply friendly. She was eager…
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EssaysMulticulturalism
January 5, 2017

The Assumption of Assimilation

This is a guest post by Nick, editor of LiveLiftCode.   I don't consider myself multicultural. Multi-racial, yes, but not multicultural. Growing up in Los Angeles, you find that people of a multiracial descent are not uncommon. My particular combination (Mexican roots mixed with a few white backgrounds) is one…
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MulticulturalismWorld
January 4, 2017

At the intersection of disparate privileges.

As I have repeatedly pointed out in my previous posts, I believe that fighting for human rights and equality cannot be extended to only one group or category. If it is rights for women, women of all backgrounds should be considered. If it is social advocacy for the prevention of…
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