Month: September 2017

7 Body-Positive Activists That Change The Way You Look In The Mirror

Despite the pressure of public taste these 7 body-positive activists know how to escape a cliche life perception and start living the life you want to have in the body you feel comfortable in.

/ September 18, 2017

Wafia Al-Rikabi: “We’re Human And I Think That’s Worth Celebrating”

Wafia Al-Rikabi was born in Netherland in Arab and Dutch family and now based in Australia. She escaped from Syrian Refugee Crisis and had globalized upbringing, all of this help create her outstanding music style.

/ September 18, 2017

Gang, Parties And Violence: Reflecting Illegal Street Races In Dominican Republic

The true story of the street racer’s life, which doesn’t look romantic and like in feature films. A young french director Aurélien Heilbronn made the film Street Racers about illegal racers in Dominican Republic.

/ September 18, 2017

Polisario: How Long Will The International Community Look The Other Way?

The case of Western Sahara has just come way up in the headlines, as one of the most disruptive crises this year, or perhaps this decade. Will the international community let this go on for another thirty years?

/ September 18, 2017

Nasty Women: How Female Artists Formed Resistance Movement (NSFW)

Less than a year ago in the US started a Nasty Women campaign as a protest against women rights prejudice. The message translated by the project is an act of solidarity among female artists all over the world.

/ September 18, 2017

8 Powerful Environmental Artists Change Your Mind About The Earth

The fact that contemporary art attracts many intellectual people gives artists a chance to explain their ideas, find allies and bring his ideas into reality for better future of Earth. Next 8 artist found their inspiration in high goals of making up global environmental issues.

/ September 12, 2017

La Resistencia: Venezuela’s Youth Takes On The Government

The stronger rage engulfed the younger generation is, the more insistent and sophisticated methods of their struggle are. The continuing anti-government street protests in Venezuela remind war battlefield. Several months later the Chamos de la Resistencia or, roughly, the Youth Resistance does not give up.

/ September 12, 2017

Bryan C. Lee Jr.: How Paper Monuments Project City History

Architecture should not be a privilege of a small group of architects, but a platform for sharing opinions and constant discussion in order to build a safe and comfortable atmosphere for future generations means a New Orleans architect Bryan C. Lee Jr.

/ September 12, 2017

Starting From The Good: 10 Social Driven Startups You Should Check

A lot of companies start their social projects and charitable work after years, when the respect and the main capital are already earned. But there are courageous organizatinons who aim to make the world better just from the beginning, - check out our list of 10...

/ September 12, 2017