In only a bit more than a week, Friday the 8th of March, it will be International Women’s day again. This day arose back in the twentieth century when women fought for equal rights in the fields of labour and suffrage, and has since then become an annual celebration. Although a lot has changed – in a positive manner – since the first held International Women’s day, we aren’t just there yet.
Other than the usual celebration on the 8th of March, here are some reasons why it is even better to join the Women’s March on Amsterdam on the 9th of March!
Continue reading “Marching into a New Year”
For this edition of Humans of IBCoM, I interviewed the 18 years old, soon-to-be Rotterdam’s best selling author, Tasha Mhishi.
Tasha is a second year IBCoM student and well known among most of the IBCoM students. Some might know her because of her active participation in the IBCoM mentoring program and the Erasmus student introduction week. However, more recently you might have become familiar with her name because of her newly released poetry book: I thought you called.
Continue reading “HOI: Writing a Book with Tasha Mhishi”
Nothing is as empowering as standing up for what you believe in. In 2019, we no longer have to sit and watch people be catapulted onto pedestals while knowing their wrongs as well as the fact that they in no way intend to change their ways.
Instead of allowing these people’s platforms to stay afloat and even grow, we can cancel people now!
And boy, do we enjoy it.
Continue reading “Cancelling is Cancelled.”