First and foremost, although I have put a great deal of effort into not passing judgement on anybody and have tried to be as sensitive as I can about an often highly emotive topic, … 769 more words
LGBT communities across the world have been in mourning for the past week, following the death of Australian teenager Tyrone Unsworth last Thursday. After years of homophobic bullying, Unsworth took his own life at the age of 13 after following a violent clash – allegedly with another student – outside school, which left him afraid to return to school. 476 more words
2016 has seen some of the most unexpected events. The death of David Bowie, the vote to leave the EU and America’s election of Donald Trump as their president are a few. 894 more words
“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. 930 more words
We can help secure the future of free knowledge for everyone.
Wikipedia is possible because of a powerful idea: that people, like you and me, can participate, cooperate, and support in building the world’s knowledge and making it freely available to everyone, everywhere. 246 more words