“We all have to live in the borders of the boxes our dads or husbands draw for us.” – Zahra, a 25 year old Saudi woman, April 7th, 2016 In Saudi Arabia, women are completely surrendered to a male perspective and a hierarchy built specifically for men. Women aren’t even necessarily considered actual adults in […]
“When your mother is from Finland, your father from Senegal, and you live in neither, identity becomes a matter of choice” – Ndela Faye, the Guardian Reading an article in the Guardian about third culture kids, I had never managed to relate to someone else’s words as much. Ndela Faye’s example is astonishingly similar to […]
Freedom is not integration. Freedom is being able to go with Grandma to the wrestling matches” (Beals, 201) Warriors Don’t Cry is a book written by one of the nine black students, known as the Little Rock Nine, to attend an all-white High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1954, ordered by the government to […]
The Him- Feels Like Home I don’t know where I am/But it feels like home/And I pull myself away/When it don’t feel like home/Well now I love myself again/And it feels like home. Coming from a multi-cultured background and moving to different countries every three years, I was able to resonate with the song, Feels Like Home by […]
Located on a Tishman Speyer property, the property owner of Casa Luca goes into detail on his global success, current barriers, and worldwide operation.
“Shall Property owned by the University System of Georgia and utilized by providers of college and university student housing and other facilities continue to be exempt from taxation to keep costs affordable?” This referendum is intended for it’s audience, high school students and college students, since it creates an appeal for the school to be affordable, and […]
I have been to office hours four times over the duration of this course. Also, I customized my edspace and posted an about me post. I also posted my field notes. I submitted my response for the survey, which was worth 20 points. Surviving the SSRL: End of Semester Edition Exterior Field Notes Dates I […]
In contrast to the actual building itself, which is a boring, unremarkable box in the heart of Judiciary square, the website of the Metropolitan Police Department is a vibrant, expansive, and useful tool to help the people of the District of Columbia. The website — which is an offshoot of the greater dc.gov website, has […]