Archives for posts with tag: SocialMedia

Forgotten #Children as World Ignores a Current #Genocide
By, Susan Sacirbey – DiplomatArtist.com
Where is our humanity for the Rohingya?

 

 
By, Susan Sacirbey via DiplomatArtist.com
The Indigenous have much to teach us. Respect and honor for their way of life will be the building blocks for a more sustainable future. Our lives depend on each other. — MORE —
 
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via Huffington Post
Recent terror in Europe and US has been ever more frequently committed by those who appear to have little motivation or connection to the “cause.” — Read MORE —
The “Loser Terrorist”?
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via Huffington Post
Recent terror in Europe and US has been ever more frequently committed by those who appear to have little motivation or connection to the “cause.” — Read MORE —
The Misconception About Feminism
By, Montclair Student Diplomat Brianna Deleon via Huffington Post
Feminism is a movement to establish equal economical, social, political rights for women. Feminism is for men & women. Feminists fight to close the wage gap. Feminists want women to feel safe against harassment & domestic violence. Feminism is not a dirty word. We need feminism. – Read MORE —
By, Montclair Student Diplomat, Jennifer Posada via Huffington Post
Ultimately, celebrities have the power to open up a conversation & spread the word through social media platforms. This allows for young people to be more involved in such a monumental event like the presidential election. –Read MORE–
By, Montclair Student Diplomat Thomas Cregge via Huffington Post
A standard in popular culture and gaming, video games also have an impact in education. Clear, meaningful goals, multiple goal structures, scoring system, adjustable difficulty levels, random element of surprise, and an appealing fantasy metaphor, all things a good education system should have. READ MORE & let your senses escape.
The Future of Music: The Language of Diplomacy
By, Montclair Student Diplomat Mike Ott via Huffington Post
Through the combination of diplomacy & technology we are becoming a more integrated society. Music is the proof & leading language used to help keep us mixing and interacting with each other and each other’s content. — Read More —

Montclair Student Diplomat, JP Conques, & his political blog on Huffington Post, explains  why he fears that simply defeating Trump at the ballot box will not be enough to stem the tide of emboldened racism & bigotry that seems to have affected our society at large. — Read More —

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/montclair-diplomats/the-trump-effect_b_9775414.html

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As regular consumers of public radio, NPR, and the local Brookdale indy station, we continue to be fans thanks to traditional broadcast and Internet delivery. — Susan and Ambassador Mo
http://diplomatartist.com/is-radio-dying-or-thriving-world…/