let’s talk about covid-19 and the education system

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Yes, another coronavirus post. However, this one is so crucial and as a student, is significant to me. This post is going to discuss (somewhat intensely) how the coronavirus is opening our eyes to the educational disparities in the country and within specific communities. I did a lot of research for this post because even though I was aware of this issue before, I realize now that I only knew the surface. It’s a major issue that correlates to so many other problems in the country and I’m glad that I’m finally dedicating a post to it. You can click here to see all of the COVID-19 related posts. There are A LOT of resources at the end of the post, more than usual, because of how deep this topic goes, that I highly recommend looking into if you want to further your understanding.

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is awareness the solution?

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This is a question I think about a lot. How far can raising awareness go when it comes to things like social change, political change, things like human rights violations around the world, etc.? I have so many conflicting thoughts and ideas about it and don’t really know what my definitive answer is. There are a lot of articles and resources out there where people pick one side and argue it, but I wanted to take the time to discuss both ideas. At the end of this post, there are some more resources of other opinions on this topic of change by awareness. I would also love to hear any of your ideas or opinions as well, so feel free to leave them in the comments!

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7 Things You NEED to Know About Feminism

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Hello Everyone! Being a feminist and educating people about feminism and equal rights has become a really big part of my life. I talk about it a lot, outside of my blog, and it’s a major part of my life and me. I’ve been thinking about bringing it to this blog more, because I only talk about it on holidays + special occasions. There are so many common misconceptions surrounding feminism, and this post will (hopefully) clear things up. Get ready, because this is going to be a long, informative, maybe even empowering blog post! Yay EQUALITY! Enjoy!

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