The journalist Nina Martyris has written for many publications including The Guardian, The New Republic, Salon, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Times of India, Slate, and The Millions. 3,463 more words
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What a few days in British politics.
I won’t start rambling on about my views about the whole situation, but I will discuss how political upheaval can really affect public health policies as the expense of the UK’s health. 990 more words
It’s sad that a parent is shamed for not feeding this^ to their kids,
but, feeding them this^ makes that parent a counter-cultural extremist.
We tell our kids not to go along thoughtlessly with the pack but they see that most adults only seek information that confirms their own beliefs. 205 more words
…written by Thembi Bongwana (PhD Candidate)
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“Until the philosophy which holds one race superior and another inferior is finally and permanently discredited and abandoned-everywhere is war” – Bob Marley.
Passover is upon us once again and, even though I have been dealing with the most arduous move of my life, I feel quite a lot more on top of my game than I have in previous years when the holiday and all of its foodie limitations have crept up on me like a sneaky creeper thing. 756 more words