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Make friends, beat robots!

JOB DESCRIPTION: Culturama is a digital game that connects youth in the US and the Middle East. The game is a groundbreaking and fun opportunity for students to build cross-cultural skills while having fun (smashing robots!). You can help! We’re looking for Campus Ambassadors to get the word out at …

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How To Stay Woke and Still Take Naps: 3 Tips on Activist Self-Care


As activists, we spend so much of our time helping others, confronting injustice, and contemplating ways in which we can make the world a better place. However, it’s also important that we take a break from saving the world, and practice SELF-CARE! Our mental and emotional health should never be …

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A Beginner’s Guide to Wheatpasting- Your New Favorite Street Art Method


Want to spread a message? Whether it is flyers advertising an upcoming march or a political poem or a cool sketch, wheatpasting is one of the easiest and best ways to get something seen by others. What even is wheatpasting you ask? Good question, with a simple answer- it is …

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Inspiring Young Minds on the Environment: Samsung JEEA 2017

In February this year, I was fortunate enough to have been one of the only two students from India invited to participate in Samsung Engineering’s first edition of Junior Eco-Engineering held in the bustling city of Seoul, South Korea. The extensive three day educational course saw 46 enthusiastic participants and …

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Remembering Rwanda


“Memory can be a graveyard or it can be the true kingdom of man. The choice is before humanity.” –Elie Wiesel and Samuel Totten The genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda began on April 7, 1994. The night before the President of Rwanda, Juvenal Habyarimana, was murdered when the plane …

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Africa’s Facing the World’s Largest Humanitarian Crisis And You Probably Didn’t Know

humanitarian crisis, hunger

Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia and northeast Nigeria are currently facing what United Nations calls the ‘World’s Largest Humanitarian Crisis’ since its formation in 1945. With more than 20 million people on the brink of starvation, out of which 1.4 million are children, Africa is battling with one of the most …

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