The leader of the Tatmadaw Gen. Min Aung Hlaing (Photo By: AP Photo/Aung Sine Oo)

Military Take Over Myanmar In A Coup

Safa Hameed
March 3, 2021

On February 1st, the Tatmadaw, Myanmar’s elite military, carried out a coup that detained and disposed of the government leaders and officials, sending Myanmar into a state of emergency as the military...

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India Farmers Protest: Follow Up

Sim Saini
February 24, 2021

The world’s largest democracy, India, is currently experiencing its largest protest: the farmers’ protest. The peaceful protest started back in November when farmers from various states, mainly Punjab...

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Rioters Storm Capitol Hill

Safa Hameed
January 22, 2021

On the afternoon of January 6th, a mob of hundreds of Trump supporters began a protest at Capitol Hill, which quickly turned into a violent riot that led to the storming of House of Congress, and the immediate...

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India Farmers’ Protests

Sim Saini
January 15, 2021

The world’s biggest protest is currently taking place in India due to its government passing bills that Indian Farmers believe will negatively affect them. On November 26, 2020, a rough estimate of 250...

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Haitian Senator Opens Fire During Parliament Protests

Safa Hameed
October 4, 2019

On September 23, Haitian Senator Jean Marie Ralph Féthière open fired outside the country’s parliament building injuring two people. This comes during a time of political turmoil in the country as...

Greta Thunburg testifies on Capital Hill

Greta Thunberg and Her Fight Against Climate Change

Natalie Kees
October 4, 2019

Greta Thunberg has been making waves as a global climate activist for the huge movement she has led to save the Earth. She has used the power of this generation's youth--her voice and everyone else's--to...

Hong Kong Protests

Hong Kong Protests

Natalie Kees
September 1, 2019

Recent protests in Hong Kong started as a simple proposed bill, before turning into a dramatic escalation of violence, highlighting rising tensions between Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland. Protest...

Respect in Miss

Respect in “Miss”

Isabella Barraza
December 12, 2017

In 1963, Mary Hamilton arrived at court because of her involvement and arrest in a nonviolent protest. She refused to speak unless the judge addressed her as Miss Hamilton. The word  “Miss” was seen...

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