This is the 3rd time we receive photographic evidence of a migrant worker risking her life to clean a window.
This video will help you to understand the slavery-like conditions that they are currently subjected to under the sponsorship system.
No one can ever justify what happened in the US today.
Of all the interesting projects born out of Beirut’s recent burst of creativity, few come close to being as groovy as Beirut Jam Sessions.
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Until we murder poverty, Humanity remains a lie. I am disgusted – and I wish to make that clear – by the men and women who glorify poverty by highlighting the supposed purity of that state of pseudo-existence. I’ve never seen these low-lives throw away their properties, renouncing their daily comforts and going down to […]
I don’t really remember why I went to Madagascar. I doubt that my reasons were particularly interesting (or even relevant) to what moved me and changed me and destroyed me while there. I have thought long and hard about this. And for whatever the little secret silences that separate the moments of anxiety are worth, […]