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22.06.2020

‘Two Suns in the Sunset’ re-released as nuclear arms race heats up

‘Two Suns in the Sunset’ re-released as nuclear arms race heats up

From the UNFOLD Zero Newsletter. In January this year the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists set the ‘Doomsday Clock‘ at 100 seconds to Midnight, indicating that the world was inching closer than ever to a cataclysmic disaster from climate change or nuclear weapons. Then the corona… »

20.06.2020

Talk. Roberta Ristow

Talk. Roberta Ristow

In the midst of an uncertain scenario, during the Covid-19 pandemic, Casa da Escada Colorida invited Roberta Ristow, content creator, consultant and collaborative journalist at Vogue, to talk about innovative initiatives and the adaptation of the art market to new Times. Casa da Escada’s managing team: Bruno Girardi, Rachel Balassiano… »

17.06.2020

Invitation to the Convergence of Cultures’ 1st Virtual World Conference

Invitation to the Convergence of Cultures’ 1st Virtual World Conference

This is an unprecedented moment in our history, in terms of the interaction between different cultures, which is generating important crises. At the same time, it opens up enormous possibilities for a new spiritual horizon, which will have its social correlate. We believe that Convergence of Cultures has much to… »

16.06.2020

How to Spot Fake News? Try these 6 Simple Steps

How to Spot Fake News? Try these 6 Simple Steps

By Arpana Gautam We all have been there – one news or the other. Whether they are the seemingly beneficial WhatsApp messages shared by our concerned relatives in the family group or thought-provoking news headlines of the articles shared in Facebook. Fake news has now been an imminent part of… »

15.06.2020

Brussels calls out China and Russia over corona fakes

Brussels calls out China and Russia over corona fakes

The European Commission has unambiguously pointed the finger at Russia and China as spreaders of disinformation about the coronavirus pandemic. Lithuania’s ambassador to the EU said Brussels should have gone further. In a communication on ‘Tackling Covid-19 disinformation’, which was presented by EC Vice President Věra Jourová and High Representative… »

13.06.2020

Loosing my color in NYC

Loosing my color in NYC

SHORT STORY Oh great, just when there’s a hair dye shortage my grey starts to show! As if getting fatter from sitting all day at the computer wasn’t enough. I should have stock piled hair dye. But, how would I have known there would be a shortage? Well, at… »

13.06.2020

Charles Dickens and the push for literacy in Victorian Britain

Charles Dickens and the push for literacy in Victorian Britain

Such is the aura still surrounding Charles Dickens that it is no surprise readers want to mark the 150th anniversary of his death in June 1870, even in the middle of a desperate global public health crisis. While this impulse to show one’s admiration of – and gratitude to – deceased… »

09.06.2020

The mural will not be whitewashed: How dissident poet Joseph Brodsky continues to inspire free-thinking Russians

The mural will not be whitewashed: How dissident poet Joseph Brodsky continues to inspire free-thinking Russians

The 80th anniversary of the birth of Russian poet and Nobel laureate Joseph Brodsky was marked this year in Russia by an incident on May 25 highlighting the special place writers still hold in Russian political culture. Iosif Brodsky (known as Joseph Brodsky in the English-speaking world) holds iconic… »

07.06.2020

Darshell McAlpine & Her Autobiographical Book Leaving With My Marbles

Darshell McAlpine & Her Autobiographical Book Leaving With My Marbles

By RW Anton & Jhon Sánchez Sandwiched in between Hurricane Harvey and the Coronavirus pandemic, one woman continues to pull victory from the jaws of defeat. She is the boss of Boss Lady Press and my sister, Darshell McAlpine. My mentor, Jhon Sánchez, and I read her book, Leaving With… »

03.06.2020

Hongkongers strive to remember Tiananmen crackdown despite ban on candlelight vigil

Hongkongers strive to remember Tiananmen crackdown despite ban on candlelight vigil

Commemorating June 4 is a “battle against amnesia” in Hong Kong Hong Kong has held candlelight vigils to commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre for over 30 years, but this tradition — like so many cherished by HongKongers — is facing extinction as Beijing tightens the… »

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