🐲DEAR JUNE, HEAR ME SPEAK🐉⚡️🎶Toots And The Maytals/The Specials/The Clash/PRESSURE DROP🎶👣👻🤟🤟🏾🤟🏼🗺🕊🎶⚡️& this year 2020 is going to be a massive ⚡️Black Lives Matter✌🏾✌🏼⚡️+⚡️THE END OF ANY FASCISM🐊⚡️otherwise it does not make any sense to take a worldwide action with a painful lockdown and isolation and economic disaster for the majority of the people + the governments’ rush for a vaccine to overcome a pandemic outburst named Covid-19 who makes us chocking and die alone as it happened for hundreds and thousands and in the meanwhile some few people kill other people just because of their features and colour and no matter what! Help me say how painful it is and how outrageous!! This is the year of the end of racism and discrimination forever, in the USA and all over the world and in all our heart, oh yes in EACH AND EVERY SINGLE GOLDEN HEART OF OURS, wherever it comes from it has to cease! There must be a nonviolent way, there must be also the way to overcome the revenge chains, there must be it all in our hearts as humans, because this MUST be a spiritual and humanitarian and cultural turning point because we all want it, and if not us surely ALL THE CHILDREN, given that we’ve all been also children sometimes🐲! & ✌🏻=✌🏽=✌🏼=✌🏾& LOCKDOWN BRIXTON HILLS SW2👻💓🗺 🕊 & “London calling🎶🎡” +”✨” production-🧼Soap Opera💋LEAP OF SPECIES EDITION Ep.🌿🕊1/6/20🕊🌿: <>&⚡️🕊⚡️& #healtheworld2020⚡️& #brixton & #quarantine & 🇺🇳&LOVE💞itai doshin👁& à bientôt 💋& ClownDoktorAbsoluteConfidence❤️& hasta siempre🕊&CO🪐& 🔮& ✨CarneVale✨ #2020#humanrevolution#sgiuk 🦋#lockdown #sgiusa#resilience#paris#london#uk#italy#italia#roma#losangeles#soapopera#globalcitizen#un2030goals#nammyohorengekyo#godislove#coronavirus#vivalavida 🌟 #everydaylife#lionsofujustice#carnevale#theatre#cinema#books #andràtuttobene politik🎶✨& REDEMPTION SONG🎶🇺🇳
late afternoon sunsets in June...I have never seen the water so still here in Jylland. There was no wind and all was still... there was a peace all around and crisp freshness in the air. Ive been constantly in perpetual motion and even more so now with a newborn so this moment of pause, just a few minutes before he woke up, we’re pure bliss. we were able to see the crystal clear Nordic sky and the almost ice like still water... These moments are rare especially now as my mind and heart are rushing back to my home of New York City and the US. Chaos has engulfed a nation and a nation is in the midst of a pandemic, health crisis, identity crisis, social justice crisis, race crisis, moral crisis, spiritual crisis and more.. everyday my family and friends remind me of their struggles and I feel for them. I feel their pain and sorrow... And yet I have to be present here everyday. My mind has to be clear. I have learned to grieve and express joy, peace everyday and at the same time. Because a 4 month old doesn’t understand why his father wont smile or doesn’t engage with him at 5:30 or 6 am when he’s bright eyed and full of energy. He only wants his fathers love, a whole love, a pure love of goodness. All that is happening in this world is not his worry or his problem. He is learning, growing, surviving in his own way and I have to give him my best here and now. Not later when things are better. Or when these problems of the world are all solved. He cannot wait. He is alive fully everyday. He is yearning for love everyday.........
Scandinavian summer | Udbyhøj
#scandinaviansummer #coastline#horizon#june#longsunsets#beach#nordicblue#sky#sunshine#family#countryside#loveinthetimeofcorona#flattenthecurve#shoplocal#supportsmallbusiness#globalcitizen#compassion#love#glimpse#glimmer#puravida #udbyhøj #jylland#denmark#iphone#shotoniphone
3 hours ago
Slowly, but surely, the world is opening again. 2020 has given us many challenges, and a lot to think about. We have changed, and will continue to change, for the better. There have been days of pain, days of question, days of reflection and days of enlightenment and joy. Despite the hardships, we emerge as better people. Scrolling through photos, I’m reminded of the beauty of the world, and all that it offers. We will always face our challenges, rise to the occasion and learn from our experiences. As for me, I’ve always been an optimist, some say a dreamer, I know things will get better, they always do. I can’t wait to get back out there and see what the world has to show me. I look forward to meeting you and listening to you as well. #covid19#racism#globalcitizen#securityconsulting#travelsecurity#love#goodvibes#getoutside#positivity
42 minutes ago
Each and every single one of us is a #globalcitizen ▪ Our #race does not define us ▪ The #colour of one's skin should not evoke pre-judgement ▪#solidarity against suppression is about supporting the cause, even in the event that you are not affected by the issue at hand ▪We all have the strength to fight against #racism and the burdens of #whiteprivilege ▪ make sure to show your #unity in #support of this movement ▪ silence implies compliance, but #alllivesmatter 👦🏼👧🏼👦🏽👧🏽👦🏿👧🏿
Never forget the man who knelt down for us to stand up @kaepernick7
2 hours ago
Meet 10 year-old Kid Entrepreneur, Ryan Hickman @ryans_recycling - founder of Ryan’s Recycling. He is 2017 CNN young wonder, on 2018 MSN Top 15 Kids Changing the World List, on 2019 Good Housekeeping’s 40 Kids Who Changed the World List and on 2020 Reader’s Digest Top Kids of the Decade Changing the World List. This young guest on our ‘Kids hour with Anya’ show has been on numerous well-known media outlets, such as The Ellen DeGeneres Show, CNN, NBC, CNBC, FOX News, the Huffington Post, Good Morning America, and ABC World News, just to name a few. He was featured in the TIME Magazine for Kids and National Geographic.
Ryan is a Youth Ambassador at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach. All proceeds from his company logo t-shirts go to help support their volunteer efforts. Ryan is also a proud brand ambassador for the recycling and sustainability efforts of Sand Cloud, Busch Systems, Recycle Across America and Valet Living.
Join me, Anya only on Radio Caravan from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Central today, Monday to listen to the ‘Kids Hour with Anya’. Recorded podcast will be available on iTunes and Spotify- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/kids-hour-with-anya/id1497082819
4 hours ago
Have you visited the Tin Ferl Pop Up Park? We're offering a 50% OFF your first Language Lesson for everyone that's stopped by 🥳
Haven't had the chance yet? Go ahead and use the discount code, and we'll see you there later! @tinferl
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There are few words to describe how our hearts are heavy-laden with anger and despair. As we consider this ongoing issue within our nation, we forge onward with even greater vigor in light of our mission. At Fulphil, we're teaching our students how to be 𝗴𝗹𝗼𝗯𝗮𝗹 𝗰𝗶𝘁𝗶𝘇𝗲𝗻𝘀—not someone who identifies as a member of a single nation or race, but as a 𝗺𝗲𝗺𝗯𝗲𝗿 𝗼𝗳 𝗵𝘂𝗺𝗮𝗻𝗶𝘁𝘆.
Our mission is to teach social entrepreneurship to those who need it most. To the marginalized. To those that don’t have a voice. To those that have a voice but have lost the will to speak out; to act. This time for understanding what it means to be a global citizen is more important than ever.
We mourn with the families of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and the countless many before them. We lift up our thoughts and prayers to those who are hurting within our community; to those that cannot go out about their normal lives without the fear of being wrongfully targeted; to those who are singled out simply because of their skin color, including our own students
We intend to continue to teach through the lens of social entrepreneurship, showing not only how to make an impact but also how the people closest to the problems are closest to the solutions. We hope to continue to empower our youth, regardless of skin color, in ways we can to build compassion, resilience, grit, confidence, a sense of purpose, and an overall entrepreneurial mindset to grow and create solutions together to 𝗲𝗺𝗽𝗼𝘄𝗲𝗿 𝗲𝗮𝗰𝗵 𝗼𝘁𝗵𝗲𝗿.
𝗧𝗼 𝗼𝘂𝗿 𝗻𝗲𝗶𝗴𝗵𝗯𝗼𝗿𝘀 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗳𝗿𝗶𝗲𝗻𝗱𝘀, 𝘄𝗲 𝘀𝘁𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝘄𝗶𝘁𝗵 𝘆𝗼𝘂 𝗮𝘀 𝗳𝗲𝗹𝗹𝗼𝘄 𝗴𝗹𝗼𝗯𝗮𝗹 𝗰𝗶𝘁𝗶𝘇𝗲𝗻𝘀 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗺𝗲𝗺𝗯𝗲𝗿𝘀 𝗼𝗳 𝗵𝘂𝗺𝗮𝗻𝗶𝘁𝘆.✊ #philly#june1st#looting#globalcitizen#humanity#blacklivesmatter#georgefloyd
Brenda Morales-Pivaral | Dual Immersion | Laguna Hills High School
Brenda is an Education Sciences and Spanish double major with a minor in English/Spanish Bilingual Education. Her career interests are dual immersion elementary teacher, AP Spanish Literature/Language High School teacher 👩🏫📖 and interpreter in courts. #globalconnectatuci#grad2020#congrats#globalcitizen 👩🎓🎉🎊
Protests, rioting, looting, killing, all lives matter, black lives matter, privilege, blah blah blaaaaah.
Shut down the internet, if you don't post ONLY about what's going down in America you're a selfish piece of trash etc... Where were y'all, all of y'all when in some countries the police was SHOOTING at people breaking Covid quarantine?
Where the hell are y'all when millions of people are living in poverty?
Where are y'all when refugee camps across the world lack proper hygiene systems, where women and children lack protection, there are rapes on a daily?
Where the fuck is your outrage for the kids across the world who can't go to school and who go to bed hungry?
Where is your shutting down the internet for the millions of people trafficked for sex, labor, organs, so on and so forth?
Where the hell is y'all "empathy" and "compassion" for war torn countries of Middle East, like Syria and Yemen?
Where is y'all "if you don't post about animal slaughter and massive deforestations you are being complicit"?
THAT is what I call privilege.
Cause y'all only raise your "voices" when it's convenient for YOU.
And the above is only a very small list of the problems humanity and the planet faces.
It is a tragedy that people are being killed by police in America. But I want y'all to keep the same energy for the aforementioned issues.
Where is all that energy then huh?
"Silence is complicity" my ass... Only when it's convenient to you, when it happens in your city/ country. Sick of this bullshit.
Events of the past week (and months) have made me both extremely sad and motivated. I’ve questioned if this is a good time to record and release new music.
The answer is yes. Now more than ever, our voices can speak of the world we want to see. I hope for better, and music is how I speak both my mind and my heart.
This new record is a reflection of my experience as a “child of the globe”. These songs are messages I want my children to understand about the complexities of being human in a confusing, beautiful world.
It’s written for you and for me.
I’m making this record with the superstar Nashville producer @genajohnson507 who’s recent record with @davecobb7 and @jasonisbell just hit #1 in the charts. 👏🏼😳 I’m honored and inspired by her and the artists I’ll be working with.
I’m heading to Nashville, TN in August to make this magic come to life.
I just launched a crowdfunding campaign on my website, commission-free. Yay! (Link in bio) Please donate, purchase, share and share some more. Seriously, I need to reach far and beyond my current fan base to make this happen, so thank you in advance! 🙏🏼 There are lots of cool perks to choose from, even a music video of your choice! I need to raise $15K before August - and it’ll take a village, if not a small country to make it happen. I’ll be promoting like crazy so please bear with me, you know how I love self promotion. 😉
Can’t wait to share this new album with you!
What a way to end May friends? Very stressful times . Covid-19, Civil Injustice and riots and looting erupt all over USA. How are you handling the stress? Please share.
Yesterday, we had a curfew and had to be home by 8:30pm due to the riots. The curfew is in effect for the entire week. Talk about a series of unfortunate events. As the world copes with Covid-19, heinous acts of police brutality saturate the country I live in. My heart aches for the unnecessary and painful death of George Floyd and for the countless innocent lives taken due to color and race. I pray there is change and there is justice for all and not justice for some. Please support organizations by donating and signing petitions for social reform.
🔭 3 months ago I started my #quarantinelife. I was coming back from Italy so I was put in #isolation straight away. At least my backpack was full of mortadella, speck, parmigiano, pecorino, etc.❤️🇮🇹
Today #London starts to release its lockdown... so here are my 3 takeaways:
1️⃣ The value of a culture -or person- is directly linked to the way they treat the elderly, and to the way they react when things get scary.
2️⃣ Nature can save or kill humanity, it really depends on what governments want to see on their own plates (and in this maybe we’ll see a higher sense of globalization in the future?!..)
3️⃣Everyone who acted responsibly to protect people, anyone who helped the community and those sick, anyone who provided support from a mental health perspective, anyone who has seen his job cut out, her salary stopped and still kept #stayingathome, anyone who kept working hard from home with no separation at all with her private life... with its inevitable 24/7 struggles, anyone who replied to the day&night calls to bring relief to his friend or relative in the house next door, or perhaps in a different country, anyone who still went to work everyday to provide basic services to all of us... well EVERYONE has been a #hero in this journey, regardless what happened to be their job in this crazy times.🐞 #weareallheroes #covidheroes
March 1st-June 1st, Day 93. #londonsunset
7m7 minutes ago
Welcome Hon Ministers @FmardNg@Fmohnigeria@ZShamsuna@shehuri_baba @MinistryFederal. As a @GlblCtzn, I believe in a world without extreme poverty — including for Nigerian children. Will you prioritise investments in nutrition and health to help live out this vision?
“PEACE ON THE LEFT; JUSTICE ON THE RIGHT.”
—Express personal wishes of today’s most distinguished Minneapolitan family, for whose brother I shan’t publish beneath the name of the pen in my right, but, rather, the name of the silent aureum on my left handpic.twitter.com/gj7DquXGek
1 hour ago
👩🏽🎨¿Necesitas un poco de color en tu día? Escucha la nueva versión de la icónica canción “Color Esperanza” con @diegotorresmusica, @thalia, @reik y ¡muchos más! Todas las ganancias se destinarán a @pahowho, para responder y aliviar las necesidades del COVID-19 en Latinoamérica y el Caribe gracias a esta iniciativa de @glblctzn y @sonymusic, en la que participa nuestro invitado más reciente al podcast #SourcesofInspiration, @RyanGall. .
🕊 En este momento puedes hacer una diferencia simplemente viendo el video de Color Esperanza 2020 que te dejamos en la liga, el video musical oficial en Youtube, o escuchándolo en tu plataforma de transmisión digital principal favorita.
Cuanto más veas o reproduzcas Color Esperanza 2020, mayor será la donación a la Organización Panamericana de la Salud (OPS) y sus esfuerzos para aliviar el COVID-19 en toda América. Usemos juntos el poder de la música para lograr un impacto positivo.
Ask Mozambique to Build a Bright Future and Invest in Nutrition https://glblctzn.co/e/5OaKsqIpY6 #globalcitizen- highly suggested to show family planning and birth control to become self sufficient and financially independent-
1 week ago
🤔What IS the local economy?
I talk about preserving the local economy a lot on here, and narratives around sustainability and conscious living are all concerned with the local economy. But do we all actually know what is and why it’s so important to feed back into it?💵
The real definition of “local economy” refers to a market and networking system that is part of a specific community. An example of this might be where residents purchase their bread from the local bakery. The baker then in turn buys their flour from the local mill. This is a circular economy, one which is established to benefit residents, local businesses, and the environment🌿
The benefits of this type of model are many. Instead of large, internationally-owned conglomerates, the businesses are usually independent, owned by a person, family, or small groups of people. The unique aspect of this is that those people are part of the community. They care about the neighbouring shop owners, the policies in place, the relationships between themselves and their customers, and the overall well-being of their community. This generates a better understanding of the needs and demands of the community, and tends to lead to a higher level of social capital💰
One of the most important aspects of this type of economic structure is that the money stays within the community, which creates a circular flow. Research shows us that approximately 73% of the money circulates within a community when an effective local economy is functioning! 🙌🏽
This is why it is SO important to support small businesses, and even better, local businesses. Especially during a time like right now, supporting these small, independent stores makes the difference between a thriving community and a struggling one. We don’t need to line the pockets of billionaires who have more than they could ever possibly need🤝
Questions? Comments? Let me know!👇🏽
3 DAYS LEFT until we open the doors to our online marketplace!🛍🥳🥳
In the past few days, the world has lit up with the sounds and actions of what can only be described as those wishing to be heard. This was due, at least in part, to the death of George Floyd in the US.
Here in the UK, we have watched with disbelief at the incredible scenes happening in cities across the US. We have seen the use of rubber bullets, arrests of journalists and protestors, police stations being burnt down and the destruction of property.
While staring at these scenes, we should remember our past, notably Article 19 of the UN Charter which states “everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression.” This statement is there for people who wish to be heard, who wish to voice their grievances, worries, and even hate and disdain at a regime, government or action. This statement has been enshrined in laws across the world where nearly every country gives their people the right to protest.
We see and condemn both the systemic racism and the police brutality that have escalated and directly violated the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It is important to note that the underlying racial tensions that were laid bare by the death of George Floyd are not new. Systematic racism has always been rampant in governmental institutions and interwoven into the social fabrics of our everyday lives and interactions. Abuses of power by representatives of the state should not and will not be tolerated by those who wish for a society free of inequality and injustice.
We must learn to not repeat the mistakes of history. The voices of anyone with social or political grievances deserve to be heard and governments should make every effort to ensure those voices are at the core of their thinking and policies. Only then can the injustice towards George Floyd and the countless others killed by systematic and structural oppression be rectified.
#standup4humanrights #blacklivesmatter#unitednations#unitednationsassociation#unayp#racialjustice#humanrights#globalgoals#shapingourfuture#humanrightswatch #activist
#globalcitizen #humanity#changeagent#socialimpact#racialjustice#racism#BLM #SocialActivism
9 minutes ago
It's now been a week since 46-year-old George Floyd died after a Minneapolis police officer held him down with a knee on his neck for nearly nine minutes. Two other officers appeared to help pin Floyd to the ground while another stood nearby. Video of Floyd saying "I can't breathe" went viral, sparking calls for justice. While all four officers involved in Floyd's death have been fired, only one has been criminally charged. Many Americans are exasperated by the deaths of black people time and again at the hands of law enforcement. And have taken a stand.
How'd that play out?
With protests across the country and around the world. Tens of thousands of people turned out, calling for the three remaining officers to be charged and for an end to the inequality and maltreatment of black Americans. In many areas, people peacefully gathered with some police officers joining the protests in solidarity. In some cities, protesters looted businesses and set fire to police cars and buildings. But that's not all that happened.
There were clashes with police. In New York City, two police vehicles drove into a crowd of protesters. And across several cities, officers fired tear gas and rubber bullets, injuring protesters, bystanders, and journalists. Police have reportedly arrested at least 4,400 people across the country. Several people have been killed, including one man who was reportedly shot and killed in Louisville, KY early today when the police and the National Guard opened fire after someone in the crowd shot at them.
What's been the reaction?
It varies. Some say that protests are a worthwhile cause, but people shouldn't resort to violence because it can overtake demonstrators' message. Others say that the country has tried peacefully protesting police brutality and that there was a negative response to that, too.
38 minutes ago
swallowtail butterflies 🦋 💛 🦋
both were adamant to sit precariously in the path of reckless children running back and forth from the lake carrying overfilled buckets of water so they could replenish their sand castle trenches every 2 seconds 🏰 my photos don’t even justify the size of these creatures (they would have made my hand look small) and aptly named don’t you think? 😊
We used to feel like we couldn’t make a change. We felt there wasn’t a way for our voices to be heard. We wondered if young people could truly make an impact in the world and if people would listen to our message.
However, after volunteering for 6 months in a refugee camp creating a school and a place for refugee children to feel safe, that was when we realized our actions could bring about positive change.
We began to see how powerful our words could be when shared with the right people. We saw how what we said shifted something within people, a spark of hope for our future and for our world.
We can each make a difference. Whether in our community, through social media, or through the people and circumstances around us. We each have the opportunity to leave something behind that is greater than us.
Learn how you can begin making a difference and taking action upon your vision for the world in our Rise Up course! Link in bio to sign up!💕🙌
7m7 minutes ago
Thank you @PresidenceMada@MG_One_UN for committing funds to reduce malnutrition and achieve open defecation free status in Madagascar for the poorest communities. Please tell me when and how you are going to start rolling out the funds? #GlobalCitizen#Mandela100
1 hour ago
Son - Today makes it exactly 1 year we have been blessed with you. The amount of joy you have brought to us is immeasurable. Your name is so apt cos the sight of you brings so much joy. Happy birthday to you; my greatest contribution to the world. Dad and Mom loves you so much. #globalasset#globalcitizen#proudparents#happysonofmine#happybaby
Educate Young Children about Diversity, Acceptance and Tolerance 💛. .
Our children’s picture book, Freya’s Funny Feeling, celebrates difference. Visually there are many different communities represented across the book so children of many walks of life and cultural backgrounds can identify with the characters.
#freyasfunnyfeeling 🦋. .
Available at freyasfunnyfeeling.com | Link in bio | We ship worldwide 🌍
2 hours ago
Лето и дети - как много тёплого и солнечного в эти двух словах ☀️🍓❤️! #globalcitizen#myboymylove❤️#babyluca🚒#motherhood#2yearsold#сыночек#лука#2года
ESTA CHEQUEADO.. primero aparece el pensamiento y a eso le sigue una emocion y en general pensar en un futuro incierto genera ansiedad. Ademas todo pronostico es un invento. Asi que, en vez de divagar con los dias o meses que vendran, mejor veamos que podemos hacer HOY, YA, en las proximas ahora para estar mas cerca de quien queremos ser. Mi humilde deseo para esta semana.. ❤️ #contagiaganas#hope#love#positivevibes#globalcitizen
I've been doing a lot of self reflecting during this time in isolation and I've learned so much about myself. As someone who is always on the go, I'm reminding myself every single day that it's okay to slow down. I'm eager to put some of these new perspectives I have not only about myself but about the world around me into practice when I can travel again.
I'm starting to feel a prickle of hope. Today is one of the first days that I thought about planning a trip. Okay okay before you call me out, yes I do think about planning a trip every single day but this is the first time in a long time that it actually seems feasible. While I'm still not positive what that will look like, as more of the country opens up I'm thinking of finally exploring my own backyard. Slow road trips around the country, visiting the incredible national parks, and so much more. Most importantly, I can't wait to start sharing all of this again with you soon ♥️
23 hours ago
I ended freshman year in spring of 2017, with a zero point six (0.6) gpa, & was devastated. I finish my Bachelors Cum Laude @ccnycitycollege, with tears in my eyes. This goes without saying but must be written- never underestimate an immigrant who envisions a brighter tomorrow.
Prospice (or for those non-latin speakers, look forward) is how I am ending this incredible journey. Thank you @thedream_us for your support in covering my tuition cost, and to my parents for their encouragement & love. I couldn’t have done this without the network of friends that I’ve developed over the past four years..
#ccny #cuny#immigrant#firstgen#latinx#gay#pride#philosophy#classof2020#corona#globalcitizen#commencement2020#cumlaude#done#bachelor #realworld.
|| Revolution ||
All I see is revolution
For all I know is to live in revolution:
Revolution in the eyes of women
Breaking shackles, silences and differences
Revolution in the words of men
Speaking, in belief or disbelief, in doubt or in aggression
Revolution in the winds sparing none;
Humans on their knees, nature asks, "Why are you so numb?"
When the oppressed rebel and the ones at fault finally hold reason,
See that the time has come for the good and the bad to be even
For only then can the two sides of the same coin
Be judged on the same grounds; and the blood of humans
Shall flow in revolution,
Traditons, beliefs and stereotypes shall break in revolution,
History will be written in revolution
And the change has to come in revolution. –Debojit
I wrote this poem a while ago and I was hesitant about posting it. The reason being I know that these poetic verses cannot do any justice to ages of pain, of oppression, of injustice, of bloodshed and what not. The recent incident of police brutality made me rethink this piece.
The truth be told, that's not the only flaw in the system that has surfaced in the recent news of this year, has it?
If anything, then this crisis has brought to us the ugliest sides of reality that most of us were unaware of. And so it becomes very important that we survive and come out of these times with solidarity. That all the suffering, all the age-long injustices be exposed, brought into attention and conversations. That all the blood that ever was shed not go in vain.
Bring your stories into the light. Speak for the oppressed, for the unprivileged. Speak. Speak. Speak. Let us find strength in solidarity. Let us fight. Let us fight.
2 minutes ago
📣PSA to all our 𝐏𝐀𝐒𝐓 𝐕𝐎𝐋𝐔𝐍𝐓𝐄𝐄𝐑𝐒‼️ Incase you missed it, we have sent out our first Alumni newsletter for June🙌🏼 So be sure to check your emails, and have a peek at your junk mail, to read an update from your community and have your say🌏🌏🌏 If you think you’ve missed the email please DM us here✨ 𝐋𝐈𝐍𝐊 𝐈𝐍 𝐁𝐈𝐎 for our Alumni questionnaire💛💛💛
“Ally-ship to fellow humans takes many forms and is never a one size solution. Yet each courageous act of fellowship, no matter how large or small, is meaningful. Please don’t underestimate how your choices disrupt social bias and can tip the scales for a fellow human whom may feel demoralized and disenfranchised...The inevitability of our global citizenship mandates we set a seat at our table for other world-views and voices. Do you really wish to make a difference?” - @proudnerddonna
Donna has compiled a list of resources for suggested reading to learn more about all kinds of subjects, including allyship, equity, and so much more:
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Yaay! June is here! The month of June is here, bringing with it a lot of goodness, hopes, achievements and dreams. We hope each day draws you closer to your dreams as you devote yourself to what is necessary and you find rest and fulfiment for your souls.
Last month, we started holding a disability awareness campaign on our online platforms in collaboration with @sarthakedu, as we sought to enlighten everyone about the hopes, challenges, opportunities and potentials available within the disability community. The goal of this was to promote inclusion through awareness. You can still check that out on our timeline.
Once again, we wish you all a fulfiling new month.
Learn. Unlearn. Relearn. Practice. Repeat.
The CareerEdu team.
3 hours ago
With Reconciliation Week here in Australia, and the events of the last few days in America and further abroad, we cannot help but wonder, 'How are young children feeling?'. What are the conversations happening in their homes?
What do they speak of when they think about their future?
These young minds and voices have the power to challenge and alter the trajectory of their generation BUT they cannot do it alone.
We should never expect them to do it alone.
We all play a role here.
If we are to truly be a global community, we need to stand united and speak, even if our voice shakes.
Think about the conversations we have with our students during these times of uncertainly.
Everyone, regardless of gender, race and religion deserves to flourish and thrive in this somewhat turbulent world.
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