Every generation faces its’ own challenges. History has shown that young people tend to rebel against the constructs of the previous generations. Baby boomers grew out their hair and sang about love in protest of the Vietnam War, Gen Xers relied on punk rock to fight back the status quo of the 80’s and 90’s, but what have millennials done? 410 more words
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I’m reading another book on China called “Almost a Revolution.” It’s a memoir, and the author is involved in student groups and organizing activism. He keeps falling short of creating a movement because he is either afraid of the government or they infiltrate his groups and disband it through fear. 712 more words
Hore! Sekarang adik-adik di SMK Al Husain Magelang memiliki cukup buku untuk belajar.
Terima kasih yaa teman-teman semua! Usaha kami tidak dapat berdampak besar tanpa dukungan dari kalian semua yang telah membantu menyebarkan informasi mengenai #BeriBuku dan berpartisipasi aktif dalam proyek #BeriBuku . 41 more words
by Rina Agarwala
Since the 1980s, as governments have reduced state welfare rhetoric and policy, the proportion of unprotected, “informal” workers has increased. As a result, we have witnessed an unexpected increase in the proportion of the world’s workers who do not receive secure wages or social benefits either from employers or the state. 1,375 more words
It is heart-breaking but horrifically fascinating to see Isis use culture as a weapon of war. Ironically it would appear that they fully appreciate the power of cultural language embedded in design and architecture, in a way that western governments currently cutting their arts funding are failing to grasp. 361 more words