Freedom and Slavery

Octavia Butler’s Parable of the Sower is a dystopian future based novel that follows the coming of age journey of protagonist Lauren Olamina, a young, black female faced with the difficult task to survive her travels North through California in search of establishing her religious community, Earthseed, after her neighborhood in Robledo is destroyed by … Read more

Free slaves in 1830

During the 1830s, Harriet Tubman helped free slaves using the Underground Railroad to escape to the South to the North Harriet Tubman Harriet Tubman helped slaves escape using the Underground Railroad. The first time Harriet Tubman tried to help a slave escape her head was smashed and suffered from blackouts for the rest of her … Read more

A Study Of The Topic On Sex Before Marriage

The relaxation of the sexual taboos of a generation ago has affected today’s society. One of the effects of this relaxation is the increase of premarital sex in today’s society. Premarital sex can be defined as sexual relations outside the institution of marriage. Premarital sex may occur because of premature bondingthe merging of personalities before … Read more

Review on North Korean Censorship

InformationTechnology (IT) and Information CommunicationsTechnology (ICT) can have a significant impact on the economic growth of a society. The use of Information Technology such as computers, laptops, etc. ina society can promote rapid growth because it allows the free travel of information with the internet and can allow more opportunities for connections to businesses. Information … Read more

An Examination of Black Oppression in the Short Story Sonny’s Blues and the Speech I Have a Dream by Martin Luther King Jr.

“Sonny’s Blues” and “I Have a Dream”: Presentation of Black Oppression In practical subjects, like math, it is often frowned upon to find your own way of doing something. Students are expected to pay attention to their lessons and use the exact same methods that are presented to figure out problems that are given to … Read more

An Overview of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) and Its Organizational Management, Environment, and Culture

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) is a privately funded 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation who specializes in preventing cruelty to animals throughout the United States. The ASPCA takes part in assuring all animals have safe and healthy lives, free from ill treatment and neglect. The ASPCA was the first humane society … Read more

Bong-Bong’s Deterioration

In the short story “The Blossoming of Bongbong,” the main character, Bongbong, moves to America with big hopes to reshape his life and achieve success. This vague notion of the American dream leads to Bongbong’s desire for the quintessential, yet seemingly paradoxical American life: a movie star career, and a simple, non-contradictory lifestyle— everything he … Read more

Bound by Learning: Composing, Information, and Opportunity in Reed’s Flight to Canada and Douglass’s the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass follows the format of a traditional slave narrative, characterizing the plight faced by a slave and his or her quest for freedom. Ishmael Reed’s Flight to Canada on the other hand, parodies traditional slave stories, and offers a more modernized view of slavery. Douglass’s Narrative describes the … Read more

Bloody Sunday 1972

On the afternoon of Sunday the 30th of January 1972 soldiers from the British Parachute Regiment, one of the fearsome UK militia units fighting the battle in the north of Ireland, attacked a civil rights march in the town of Derry, killing or fatally wounding fourteen civilians and injuring two dozen more in an event … Read more

Violations of Children’s Rights

“ Children living in war zones are more vulnerable to all kinds of abuses, including being recruited to serve in government forces and opposition armed groups. The use of children in armed conflict is a violation of human rights, a war crime and a worst form of child labour, which by ILO Convention No. 182 … Read more

How to free India from corruption

India has already been through the trend of corruption. It is a very common and powerful predominant feature prevailing since ancient time. History has already witnessed the pressure of corruption as India has always been dominated by other countries, first the Britishers looted from our country and then there were mughals and now politicians. Early … Read more

Civil Disobedience in the Arguments of Henry David Thoreau, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Socrates

Selfish Disobedience? Civil disobedience can be defined in a number of different ways: in its most raw form, “civil disobedience is the refusal to comply with certain laws or to pay taxes and fines, as a peaceful form of political protest because of moral objections to said laws”. While Henry David Thoreau was the first … Read more

Smart cities concept

In the near future, more than two-thirds of the world’s population is expected to be living in cities and hence, with the aim of being proactive and finding innovative and sustainable solutions, governments have made smart cities one of their priority areas of research. Smart cities can be viewed as sustainable, inclusive and prosperous greener … Read more

The Pros and Cons of Financial Globalization

Financial globalization advances the financial infrastructure. An advanced commercial segment infrastructure implies that debtors and creditors work in a more clear, competitive and effective financial structure. In this surrounding, challenges of unbalanced statistics are reduced, and credit is increased. As a result, financial globalization reduces adverse choice and moral threat, hence improving the accessibility of … Read more

Female Experience and Feminism: Correlation

Most literary representations of the sexes include implicit and binary differences between women and men. Women are typically written as pure archetypes who strive to find constancy in their relationships. In contrast, men as seen as libertines who seek multiplicity, novelty, and otherwise rakish desires. In Fantomina, a venture of sex, love, and disguise, Eliza … Read more

Main Issues Of Singapore’s Economy: Inflation, Unemployment, Gross Domestic Product (Gdp)

Singapore is a small country with a population of 5.6073 millions people. Since its separation from Malaysia, it has proved itself to be one of the fastest ever growing nation, becoming a first world country without any natural resources. Her economy is considered one of the most competitive among the all the developed country, boasting … Read more

Not A Feminist But A Female ‘Equalist’

“Give us equal wages, but let him pay for my dinner”. “We want the same education as men but give us reservations too”, “treat us equally but we want our seats reserved in trains too”. Somewhere along these lines, the meaning that feminism stood for blurred a bit by our need to be privileged. Feminism, … Read more

The problem of poverty in Sudan

Nearly half of Sudan’s population live in poverty despite the rising income in Sudan and 47 percent of the population lives below the poverty line. There is many factors contributing to the poverty in Sudan internal conflicts are further fuelling the volatile state of region. Between 2006 and 2013 Sudan’s trust fund supported. In some … Read more

The Hungry Woman

Cherrie Moraga comes from a Latino background, her mother being half-Mexican and her father being American. Growing up as Chicana, a Mexican and American woman, she personally struggled with being able to her mixed identity. Her search to find her queer identity, the Chicano Movement, racial ethnicity discrimination, and her feministic approach shaped the culture … Read more

History of Gender inequality

Gender inequality is not only the matter of a special country or place instead it has always been a global issue for people. Men and women are almost equal in the total universe but still women are not given equal status with men and this unequal gender role in nationalization process operates in every country. … Read more

The Goals and Ways of Achieving Gender Equality

Also known as gender egalitarianism or sex equality, gender equality is a standpoint that every individual should be treated equally in all life aspects (health, education, employment, leadership) without any discrimination on the basis of gender(Jayachandran, 2014). Under the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, one of the key objectives is to enhance gender equality … Read more