All posts by Anna Khaerdinova

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How The Discriminology Project Fights Racial Injustice In The US Schools

A young social project named the Discriminology was created to stop racial injustice in schools and to put all American students on an equal footing. Its main mission is to protect minority children from excessive school punishment.

/ April 24, 2017

The Prosper Women Entrepreneurs: Accelerating Companies Run By Women

The PWE Startup Accelerator is a US-based business accelerator that helps leading women from all over the world to start and develop their own business by teaching and sponsoring their CEOs.

/ April 19, 2017

How The Nemtsov Foundation Supports The Movement For Freedom In Russia

The Boris Nemtsov Fund was established in 2015 in Germany by Russian politician's daughter Zhanna Nemtsova. Today, the Fund runs different projects such as the Nemtsov Forum and the Nemtsov Award Ceremony.

/ April 18, 2017

Le Pen 2.0: The France’s National Front’s Secret Weapon

Marine Le Pen's niece is one of the most supported members of the France's National Front and its secret weapon. But what makes her to such a popular politician at the age of only 27 years and does she adhere to the values of her politically...

/ April 13, 2017

Inside The ‘People Power’: How The ACLU Fights Trump In The Streets

The new ACLU's platform allows people to add an action, to find participants, to coordinate with other activists and to oppose Trump administration's policies together. All you need to do is just sign up on An unexpected grassroots protest in Nashville proves that the People...

/ April 5, 2017

Megalia: How To Fight Gender Inequality And Misogony In South Korea

Violence against women in South Korea is increasing. A feminist group named Megalia fights for women's rights in Korea and attracts the world's attention to this problem.

/ April 4, 2017

Fight For The Future: How An Online Platform Helps People To Change The World For The Better

Fight for the Future is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2011 to ensure that freedom of thought, freedom of expression and freedom to use the Internet the way one wants will be respected.

/ March 31, 2017

It’s Not Your Dimon: How Does An “Internet-Based” Protest Look Like

People with posters, caricatures, and yellow rubber ducks gathered in the streets of multiple cities of Russia chanting “It’s not your Dimon”. This nationwide protest was organized via the Internet but faced with resistance in real life. How did this anticorruption protest look like?

/ March 27, 2017