As the world struggles to adapt to the new normal that is quarantines, social distancing, uncertainty, dread, and dismay, people have found different ways to cope with their own minds.
If you were hanging around Lower Manhattan last weekend, you would have noticed crowds of revelers dressed in lavish costumes or rainbow-themed attire on their way to the city’s annual Pride event. New York City Pride is where it all started with the Stonewall Riots and has evolved into Gay prides all over the world. The pride march is the centerpiece of NYC pride with its colorful floats, music, and community groups.
Our world has become increasingly globalized, diverse, and rich in ideologies and practices. Countries around the world encompass a wide range of communities within national borders. But when so many different groups of people are embedded in one society together, beliefs of superiorities and minorities come into place. While each group is different, one thing…
“I don’t need to learn Vietnamese because I don’t have to.”, said Brian with his complacent attitude. Brian has been in Vietnam for more than 10 years, with a wife who is Vietnamese and a beautiful, cheeky daughter who will turn 3 years of age this summer.
Despite the uncertainties and upheavals of 2020, artists have continued to produce excellent art performance that defies genres, merges past influences, and exceeds expectations.
On Tuesday, April 6th, 2021, a side event at the ECOSOC Youth Forum has taken place virtually with the help of the main sponsor, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI) under the theme “Recalibrating & Rethinking Sustainable Future: The Importance of Health, Wellbeing & Empathy”.