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September
19

In March 2014, unmarked Russian troops entered Crimea – sparking an international diplomatic crisis. The same weekend, Alberta Intercollegiate Model United Nations was being hosted at Mount Royal University. I was representing the Russian Federation and quickly needed to research Crimea and the crisis …

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April
20

Recently, I watched a video by Marlon James that was hosted by the Guardian titled “Are you Racist? No isn’t good enough.” I thought this video demonstrated a vital part of what anti-racism means. Marlon is correct in saying most …

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January
18

We are putting together a zine and are looking for contributions! Please submit art, poetry, articles– or a combination of all on any of the topics of human rights, the environment, or the work of the United Nations for a …

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January
8

I came to Canada as a refugee in 1991 when I was 4 years old, having left Iran when I was a year old because of threats to my father’s life. When he was 25 years old, a neighbour reported …

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