Public Trust Doctrine

Public Trust Doctrine is a principle talking about how certain natural and cultural resources are available only for the public to use. It is the government’s job to maintain and protect the resources that are available for the use by the public. A blog written by actor, Mark Ruffalo, wrote about how New York University…

Nuit Debout- A French Social Movement

Countries around the world are having all sorts of issues, ranging from public space to labor reforms. On the date, March 31, 2016, France became another country with an issue that concerns its citizens around the country. Starting on the date of February 23,2016, protests started to ignite against labor reforms called El Khomri law…

The Black Panther Movement

The Black Panther Party was founded in California in 1966 by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale.  The group was created to combat white oppression that was taking place in black communities and other minorities as well.  After witnessing the uncontrollable amounts of police brutality carried out all over the nation, the two leaders felt it…

Autism Rights Movement/Neurodiversity Movement

The Autism Rights Movement (ARM) is a branch of the neurodiversity movement that advocates for autism awareness and the eschewing of the medical model. The medical model focuses on finding a “cure” for autism, as well as implementing treatment programs to teach people with autism to act neurotypical. “Neurodiverse” refers to those whose neurology differs…

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