“Survivors of abuse show us the strength of their personal spirit every time they smile” – Jeanne McElvaney
*The person mentioned in this story is a real domestic violence survivor, and represents her experience and thoughts on the situation. The rest is researched.
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On Sep. 21, ABC’s new TV show Designated Survivor dragged onto the couch the American nation for one of the most awaited pilot premiere in recent years. According to Forbes magazine, the show’s first episode gathered around ten million viewers and displayed a 2.3 demo rating among the 18 to 49 population. ABC’s best results in the last five years in terms of viewers, the … Continue reading Who is the New President? – Designated Survivor Pilot Review
Environmentalists, LGBT supporters, labor unions, feminist groups. The amount of activist groups walking the face of the earth ranks high in the numbers. Nowadays, people create groups for every issue that comes up, from abortion to immigration and minorities. Continue reading “#HeForShe”
In recent years, the topic regarding women’s rights and equality has re-surged from the past. The modern definition of the word “feminist” has since been lost through generations and therefore sparked debate against its meaning, claiming that feminists are man hating people. Personally, I am a supporter of feminism, not because I am a man hating girl, but because it supports a humans rights cause. … Continue reading Emma Watson Interviews Malala Yousafzai
In a society where the constant flow of information often gets lost among the lies and rumors, the job of a journalist has never been more essential. This has been the truth for a while now, especially among the younger generations.
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