“Human Zoos: America’s Forgotten History of Scientific Racism”

By Erin Telesford

“Human Zoos: America’s Forgotten History of Scientific Racism”

How the Erasure of History Affects a Society “Human Zoos: America’s Forgotten History of Scientific Racism” is a documentary investigating the shocking exploitation of Darwinism as a means of justifying racism. The growth of scientific and evolutionary discovery in the 1850s led to the belief that a specific group of Africans was the so-called “missing […]

Getting Women into Leadership

Getting Women into Leadership

Numerous studies have shown that women make up about half of the workforce, including in professional roles. However, women aren’t promoted at the same rates, meaning only a fraction to upper-level management and executive officers are women. The Balance Careers talked to Global Chief Executive Officer Susan Lucas-Conwell of Great Place to work about how […]

Why is Laventille East Being Silenced in Parliament?

By Ravi Maharaj

Why is Laventille East Being Silenced in Parliament?

The Red House, seat of the Parliament of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Port of Spain, Trinidad (Photo: Shutterstock.com) Every single Member of Parliament, whether they sit on the Government benches or in Opposition, is essentially the spokesperson for the constituents of the district which elected them. As such, they have a responsibility, or […]

Cyclone Idai: Mozambique survivors desperate for help

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Cyclone Idai: Mozambique survivors desperate for help

Floodwaters have cut off roads and knocked down buildings (Photo: AFP) So far 200 people have been confirmed dead in the southern African country, along with another 100 in neighbouring Zimbabwe, but the death toll could be much higher. Those who survived the disaster have had little reprieve to mourn the loss of their loved […]

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