SHE’s Favourite Moments From The MMVA’s

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As every good Canadian knows The iHeartRadio MMVAs are an annual awards show presented by MUCH to┬áhonour the year’s best music videos, taking place in Toronto, Ontario. This years host was none other than Awkwafina of Crazy Rich Asians, Dude and Oceans 8 (this girl is everywhere these days). She […]

New Jersey’s Sikh Attorney General Stands Tall Against Racial Slurs.

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Gurbir Grewal was appointed as New Jersey’s top law enforcement official. A position he has earned and worked for. In this position, he has dealt with an abundance of racism. However on Wednesday after announcing the decision to suspend marijuana prosecution statewide, the radio hosts of the Dennis & Judy […]

The Stigma On Mental Health And Why We Should Talk About It

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There has always been a stigma surrounding mental health. Those suffering from mental health issues are afraid to speak up and many people don’t really want to listen; because it’s “uncomfortable”. In reality, mental health is a bigger conversation and we need to be willing to take part in. Although […]

Our First Impression of Design.Me’s Puff.Me hair duo

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I’m someone who tends to stick to the same products that work for me when it comes to beauty products, especially skin and makeup products. Yet finding the perfect shampoo and conditioner that work for me is a never ending search. I’ve tried indie brands, mainstream cult classics, salon chair […]

Sandra Oh’s Emmy Nomination and Why It’s a HUGE Deal!

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Sandra Oh of Grey’s Anatomy and Killing Eve fame is nominated for her work in the British Drama series Killing Eve, which aired April 2018. Sandra Oh is not only a talented actress but is also Asian-Canadian. Sandra Oh’s Emmy nomination is a historic nomination, she’s making history with being […]

Binge Watch Netflix’s New Original Indian TV Series!

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These days, Generation Z and Milennials prefer to get their television fix on streaming websites like Netflix and Hulu which dole out original television content geared towards topics important to younger viewers who would rather binge watch than sit down weekly at a scheduled time to watch their shows. Netflix […]

Should Ryerson University Change its Name?

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Across the border where our not so friendly neighbours to the south live, there have been controversies about taking down and removing historical structures that are reminders of America’s historically racist past. Meanwhile, much closer to home here in Toronto there has been a similar debate surrounding the name of […]

Kim Kardashian Lobbies for Prison Reform

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Kim Kardashian is always making headlines often for her social media activity (remember when she cropped North out of her selfie) however, if you were to scroll through the countless KKW Beauty tweets and anecdotes about her children, husband and sisters you would also find tweets about social justice issues […]

Persecution of Muslim-Minority in China

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There has recently been increasingly widespread reports of oppression of the native Uyghur peoples in the Northwest, remote and autonomous region of Xinjiang. The autonomous regions of China are regulated by their own local government. Majority of the Uyghur are muslim and are ethnically and religiously a minority group in […]

Harvey Weinstein: The Latest In What We Know

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2018 has been the year of action. People are fed up with injustices and the patriarchal terms and conditions in which we live in. Men who are public figures, men who are “average joe’s” have all been called out for sexual impropriety this year and are being held accountable for […]