The word disability is defined in the dictionary as “a physical, mental, cognitive, or developmental condition that impairs, interferes with, or limits a person’s ability to engage in certain tasks or actions or participate in typical daily activities and interactions”. There are a variety of different disabilities that exist in the world, but nowhere in the definition of a disability does it state that having a disability makes you completely different. Continue reading Why Reverse Integration Programs Are the Next Step to Full Integration
Feminism is about more than just women. Feminism is not the degradation of men. Feminism has finally become the “Little Engine that Could”, chugging along the newly set tracks through hills and over rivers, but then COVID-19 came along and smashed the steel and bolts to pieces. Continue reading Feminism vs. COVID-19: How a global pandemic has failed more than just our vacation plans
Our world has come a long way since the emergence of human kind. However, when we compare childhood lifestyles of the past and of the present, were the ‘Good Old Days’ as much better as some seem to perceive? Continue reading Is Modern Culture Ruining Our Childhood?
“Are Asians POC?” While this question might be exceedingly straightforward to Asians and other minorities, the answer may not be so cookie-cutter for individuals who do not fully understand the true meaning of racism, and what it means to be discriminated against. Continue reading Are Asians POC? The truth behind Asians in North America
In the evening of March 16, 2021, shootings at three Atlanta-area massage parlours left 8 individuals dead, including 6 Asian women. This hate crime is the latest of many that have surged in number since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, and yet another call to put an end to hate. Continue reading Eight Killed, Including Six Asian Women, in Atlanta Spa Mass Shooting
Take a few minutes to read up on the innovative and boundary-breaking icons that are shaping the future of our LGBTQ+ community! Continue reading These LGBTQ+ Icons are Making History
Affirmative action probably sounds alien to the average audience, but this diversity policy that has been debated for decades is something incredibly important to consider as society continues to progress towards a varied landscape. Continue reading The Opportunities and Obstacles of Affirmative Action
The Positive Space Group explores intersectionality in an interesting and inspiring fashion based on Audre Lore’s thought provoking “Who Said It Was Simple” on feminism and race, with a goal to expand your knowledge, add facets to your lenses, and celebrate all diversity. Continue reading Who Said It Was Simple?
By: Catherine He It was the first day of a March Break that would go down in history when I was boarding the four-o’clock train home. Bags in hand, I climbed the steps of the GO train and found a seat on the second floor. As the ride began, I started to feel highly uncomfortable. This was because a blonde woman, sitting across from me, … Continue reading What does it mean to be Asian during COVID-19?
Traditionally, females are overlooked within society, but we have the opportunity to change that. Should they just be for the girls? Continue reading Should They Just Be For The Girls?