A 44% Chance Of Loving You

By: Anonymous

July 29th, 2021

According to statistics, around 44% of stillborn babies are successfully resuscitated. A 44% Chance of Loving You follows a woman’s journey with receiving and losing a child. At its heart, the story is about learning to care for something that will potentially never love you back and coping with the loss of losing a loved one at birth.


Tunisia's Rebound Revolution

By: Anonymous

May 6th, 2021

Ten years ago, Tunisia sparked the Arab Spring, an array of reformist protests, that spread throughout the Arab world, one country inspiring the other. It began with the ‘Jasmine Revolution’ which was an act where a shopkeeper named Mohammed Bouazizi had his vegetable stand taken away by police for the fault of not obtaining a permit.


The Blind Efforts Of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 Project

By: Anonymous

April 24th, 2021

In April of 2016, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman announced the launch of Vision 2030, a program established by the Council of Economic and Development Affairs, with the goals of a vibrant society with a thriving economy and an ambitious nation. In order to do so, a setlist of sub-programs was created to pursue specific fields requiring change. Particularly focusing on the National Character Enrichment Program, as well as the Human Capital Development Program, the government is misled in its aspirations. Until the presence of human rights in the country is overcome, this project can never be fully realized.


Canvas

By: Anonymous

February 8th, 2021

We played in a dollhouse, / With porcelain dolls and cups made of skin / We rang around the rosies, we arced into its fall / We filled our pockets with personalized ashes / And scattered them across the hall / A lady played the doctor / Because she had a Ph.D. / In giving tutorials to children / On how to be happy.


Xinjiang Reeducation Camps

By: Anonymous

August 25, 2020

Following the heightening of government-led terrorism in recent years, the CPC (Communist Party of China) of the People’s Republic of China has resorted to extremism and other forms of excessive ethnic cleansing to fulfil their agenda of Sinicization...


Blind

By: Anonymous

July 3, 2020

Maybe it’s better to be blind. Maybe then they would see beyond us and see me for what I am, Maybe they become colour blind and convict us because black is the new red, Maybe my shade appears inferior to their arguable colour...