The Real Mexican Revolution: The Futile Fight for the Protection of Journalists in Mexico

I woke up to another typical news event in Mexico: A journalist was found dead by the side of the road after being tortured and stabbed. I do not remember the date, nor the exact headline, but I do remember how I felt. On the one hand, it did not surprise me at all. On … More The Real Mexican Revolution: The Futile Fight for the Protection of Journalists in Mexico

The Legacy of Colonialism in Myanmar

Sydney Schacter How would you feel if your country was still operating under colonial- style rule? Myanmar’s human rights violations date back to colonial structures. In 1948, the nation-state Myanmar, formally known as Burma, was established after being a British colony since 1824. Although Myanmar is living in a post colonial state, some things are … More The Legacy of Colonialism in Myanmar

The Truth About Crown-Indigenous Relations in Canada

Is money more valuable than humanity? Apparently, this is a question that the Canadian government struggles to answer. Despite the honourable reputation that Canada upholds globally, the country is not the utopia that it appears to be. From discrimination to forced assimilation, the country evidently has a long history of being cruel and unfair to … More The Truth About Crown-Indigenous Relations in Canada

Stop The Stigma Of Menstruating Women. PERIOD.

 By: Jahaan Thawer Menstruation is a necessary biological process that more than 800 million people undergo daily. 500 million of these people do not have access to the products and facilities essential for sanitation and safety. Many menstruating females are prohibited from cooking food, visiting religious spaces, spending the night at home, or going to … More Stop The Stigma Of Menstruating Women. PERIOD.