Hear Me Too.

They say black lives matter but do they really care? Where is this concern when we’re butchered on temple stairs? For being who we are by the police we are battered, Two faced society, Have Dalit Lives never mattered? When it comes to us, they all seem blind. Such is Continue Reading

John S.M. Yormie Jr. puts the spotlight on Liberia for its rightful place in the “colorful world of democracy”

An emerging Liberian diplomat, researcher, lecturer and youth development personality, John S.M. Yormie Jr. wears many illustrious hats with much aplomb. A strong believer in his country’s strength as an international relations giant, he devoted himself to the field to bring Liberia under the global spotlight. The foundation was set with a Continue Reading

An exchange programme at Trinity College, Dublin pushed this JSLH student to blossom out of her comfort zone

After two years at O. P. Jindal Global University (JGU), Akanksha Thirani had found a ‘safe place’ on campus. A close-knit group of friends, responsibility as a Peer Tutor and being part of the Dance Society helped her settle into the scheme of things. “I was also a part of the Organizing Committee that heads Continue Reading

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