Beyond 2020 pt1– Brazil
Caroline Levin | 01/09/2021

The impact of the pandemic on life in Brazil and one's outlook for the future. We came to understand just how connected the world is and also how much we...

Beyond 2020 – Intro
Caroline Levin | 01/07/2021

With all this past year has entailed, we want 2020 well behind us, forgotten and abandoned in a bolted meat freezer buried six feet under. But the start of 2021...

this is recovering
Caroline Levin | 12/30/2020

Eating disorders are tricky. They camp at the intersection of body and mind: a mental illness with potentially life-threatening consequences. With anorexia... sickly weight loss is but the tip of...

Patriotism – Intro
Caroline Levin | 09/25/2020

Patriotism has nearly morphed into a dirty word for many especially in today’s political environment. As a result of now seeing the subject in a comparative light provides the possibility...

Patriotism pt5– So. Africa
Caroline Levin | 09/24/2020

Patriotism, a means of holding on to ones culture, can be used as a tool to unite different groups within a country. Nationalism has a more divisive role - used...

Patriotism pt4– Germany
Caroline Levin | 09/23/2020

Patriotism is feeling you’re a citizen of the country in question, feeling as a member of the community, defending it etc. no matter your origins. Nationalism is support for the...

Patriotism pt3– Morocco
Caroline Levin | 09/22/2020

Patriotism is feeling you’re a citizen of the country in question, feeling as a member of the community, defending it etc. no matter your origins. Nationalism is support for the...

Patriotism pt2– European
Caroline Levin | 09/21/2020

Patriotism is the love one has for one’s country, a willingness to serve and promote. Nationalism, a more aggressive doctrine, doesn’t promote love but rather hate towards anything foreign.

Patriotism pt1– Mexico
Caroline Levin | 09/20/2020

Patriotism has a positive connotation in the sense that it is devotion to a specific place you feel connected to and the way of life you can experience there, the...

Racism – Intro
Caroline Levin | 08/14/2020

Racism is often perceived as a problem confined to the U.S. The repercussions of slavery in this country have been witnessed though an evolving light, generation after generation.