With everything going on in the world right now, I believe it is important we have these discussions/conversations with our students. Kid President and Martin Luther King assisting in these essential conversations #blacklivesmatter#education#ihaveadream
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Education is the root of all. Through education, individual stories are shaped, minds are molded, and experiences are created. Education does not happen only in the classroom. We educate when we speak to a fellow human, when we look at someone. Our mere body language educates those around us on who they are, who they are supposed to be, and how society sees them. When we reinforce again and again through our own subtle, almost imperceptible reactions that part of humanity is not quite as human as the rest: We are teaching fear. We are teaching lack of empathy. We are teaching division. We are teaching ourselves to doubt and degrade our own humanity. All individuals - no matter what language he speaks, what color her skin is, where we were born, how much money they have, what age you are - are supremely worthy of empathy.
At Strive to Learn, we hope to foster individuals filled with curiosity who reach out across culturally ingrained boundaries and create connection. Foster your empathy, seek education, and be aware of the educational power everything you do has - We are social beings, and everything we do always affects those around us. Never stop seeking empathy and growth - stagnation will only lead to lack of humanity. So always, always continue questioning: Who am I and what messages am I giving to those around me? Examine your own stigmas, triggers, and prejudices - Strive to Do. Better.
"Little kids in kindergarten should learn the “giving away” and sharing rather than protecting the “taking away” through subtractions." The way we teach & learn needs to change says founder @shuklabose in her latest blog article.
Pune has always had strong roots steeped in cultural tradition, one of them being a penchant for education.. A small town established around the year 847 AD and today its one of the most important cities of India.
The city has a good mix of everything – it is rich in culture, has several employment opportunities, well-developed IT & Medical infrastructure and world class educational facililites, all of which makes it the most liveable city of India.
Indira Group of Institutes is one of the leading institutions in Pune having legacy of 26 years..thousands of young minds shaped their careers here and the journey continues.. Watch this beautiful video by the Chairperson, Dr. Tarita Shankar and the Group Director, Prof. Chetan Wakalkar. "Pune - A City of Dreams"
Beautifully Expressed !! 👌👌 We all love Pune and Indira 😍😍🤗 www.indiraedu.com
Well guys, I was really hoping I wouldn’t have to make this post, but I’ve been left with no other choice. As of late, President Trump has declared that Antifa will be classified as a terrorist organization. So I’ve decided to come clean. The rumors are true. I am the CEO of Antifa. Please Mr. Trump, if you have to take out anyone, it should be me. And to my comrades, pack your bags guys, it’s over. -Sam
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(Taken from the Torres Shire Council).
Today, marks the 28th Anniversary of the MABO decision. On this day in 1992, the High Court of Australia legally recognised the Meriam people as the Traditional Owners of Mer (Murray Island), Torres Strait.
Mabo Day occurs annually on 3 June. It commemorates Eddie Koiki Mabo (29 June 1936–21 January 1992) a Torres Strait Islander whose campaign for Indigenous land rights led to a landmark decision of the High Court of Australia that, on 3 June 1992, overturned the legal fiction of terra nullius which had characterised Australian law with regards to land and title since the voyage of James Cook in 1770. .
The 1992 Mabo High Court decision acknowledged the prior and enduring rights to land of the First Peoples and led to Native Title. The Mabo decision was monumental for Indigenous Australians, a significant time and place in Australia's history. .
Decades of advocacy by Eddie Mabo, Sam Passi, David Passi, Celuia Mapo Salee and James Rice, paved the way for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to have their native title recognised under Australian law.
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