Offshore finance and structuring will continue to threaten the public good, nation development, and the world order, unless our leaders in power get serious about curbing its free and devastating reign.
Nela Vintrlikova and Suann Kim are high school students in the United States. They attend a high-ranking STEM school in Lawrenceville, Georgia, called Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology. Nela is in a rowing team and Suann plays the violin. At first glance, they may seem just like ordinary teenagers, until you uncover their recent creation.
Black squares. Hashtags. Callouts. Anyone with an active social media presence would have noticed the growing frequency and intensity of social justice and activism-related content in the virtual community over the last decade. If you’ve been a long-term devotee to a cause struggling to work its way into mainstream discussion, you might feel vindicated to see it suddenly in the spotlight. But you also might be wondering how much is for show and how much shows a lasting commitment to advancing its goals where it matters. And how you can tell the difference.