“Long over due reparations (IN THE TRILLIONS!) – considering the fact that the average slave did not receive their 40 Acres & A Mule” -Williamson
Re: Reparations; America was BUILT off the backs of BLACK SLAVES whom were brought over against their will… -O’Rourke
Feature image by Abenaah Nefertari Hill
MUSA, Museo Subacuático de Arte, es el museo más grande del mundo que une al arte y a la conservación con tres galerías repartidas en Cancún e Isla Mujeres
MUSA, Underwater Museum of Art, is the largest museum in the world that unites art and conservation with the galleries distributed in Cancun and Isla Mujeres
Earl Lucas (Ford Motor Company) received the Visionary Award for Design and Engineering
“Build Your Legacy” (Lincoln/For Motor Company) won the Digital Media Campaign of the Year
Shauna Williams (Lexus/Walton Issacson) received the Multicultural Marketing Communications Award
Lexus LS “Long Live the King” (Lexus/Walton Issacson) wins the Multicultural TV Commercial of the Year
Aaron Walton (Co-Owner of Watson Issacson) received the Lifetime Achievement Award
The nominees were…
A video clip project that expresses the mergence of diverse cultures and comprehensions by prioritizing aesthetic concerns. Influenced by the eastern culture, the project suggests a new “new world” concept, that is called “Neuland”. Indestructible denied by the women characters, masculine-dominant infrastructure has been faced a small yet an initiative response by taking down the imposer with what was imposed. We would like to thank, primarily Acid Arab; for inspiring us with their song Gul L’Abi and allowing us using it, and everyone who took part in pre-production, production and post-production, who were there to contribute and to support our project.
The film depicts how Satyarthi left a career as an electrical engineer and started Bachpan Bachao Andolan (Save the Childhood Movement) to rescue children from slavery. In the decades since, he has rescued more than 87,000 children and built a global movement including one of the largest civil society movements, the Global March Against Child Labor that demanded an international law on the worst forms of child labor, and the 100 Million Campaign, a youth-driven call to action ensuring every child in the world is free, safe and educated.
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Mantener Familias Juntas
El presidente Donald Trump revirtió su desacreditado argumento el miércoles de que no tenía autoridad para detener la separación de familias de inmigrantes indocumentados de la frontera, y firmó una orden ejecutiva para mantener a padres e hijos juntos.
“Estamos firmando una orden ejecutiva, creo que es una orden ejecutiva muy importante, se trata de mantener a las familias unidas, mientras que al mismo tiempo estamos seguros de que tenemos una frontera muy fuerte y muy fuerte”, dijo Trump.
El descenso de Trump se produjo después de que enfrentara una intensa presión del espectro político y de líderes religiosos, políticos y mundiales para detener las separaciones, que produjeron días de noticias desgarradoras sobre niños llorando, algunos de los cuales permanecieron en centros de detención similares a una jaula.
El presidente afirmó, sin embargo, que no retrocedió.
“La frontera es igual de difícil, pero queremos mantener unidas a las familias”, dijo Trump en la Oficina Oval. “mantener a las familias juntas”.
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Plan a Visit
Opening Hours Tuesday to Thursday 9.45am– 6pm
Friday 9.45am – 5pm
Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm
Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane is located in Charlemont House, on the north side of Parnell Square at the top of O’Connell Street in Dublin 1. Our opening hours are Tuesday to Thursday 10.00am– 6.00pm, Friday & Saturday 10.00am–5.00pm and Sunday 11.00am–5.00pm and the gallery is closed on Mondays. Admission is free
The gallery’s original collection of modern art was presented by Sir Hugh Lane in 1908 and has, over the last century been enhanced by notable bequests, gifts and acquisitions including Francis Bacon’s Studio and Archive and Sean Scully’s gift of paintings.
Charlemont House was designed by William Chambers in 1763 for James Caulfeild The first Earl of Charlemont and was refurbished as a public art gallery in 1933.
On entering the gallery please go to the reception desk where an attendant will assist you with all relevant information regarding the permanent collection and temporary exhibitions as well as workshops, tours and events. Next to reception is the stained glass room, which contains the remarkable and ever popular Harry Clarke piece The Eve of St. Agnes as well as work from other 20th century stained glass artists. Go through the glass doors to enter the Sculpture Hall and galleries 1-9.
At the far end of these galleries is Francis Bacon’s Studio and gallery. The studio and archive presented by John Edwards was relocated to The Hugh Lane in 1998 and opened to the public in 2001. Proceed from the studio through gallery 9 to the new wing, a two story extension which opened in 2006.
One of the permanent exhibitions on the ground floor of the new wing is the Sean Scully room which contains paintings presented by the artist in 2006. You may access the 1st floor by stairs or lift.
After enjoying the gallery’s collections as well as the beautiful architecture of the building, descend the grand staircase from the 1st floor which will return you to the reception area. Why not rest your feet and relax in our café on the basement level which serves tea/coffee and a selection of gourmet food and snacks. Our bookshop stocks gallery publications and a selection of other books and gifts.
Admission to the Gallery is free.
The café and bookshop are open during gallery hours.
EPIC tells the moving and unforgettable stories of those who left the island of Ireland, and how they influenced and shaped the world. EPIC embraces the past and the future with 1,500 years of Irish history and culture housed in its atmospheric vaults. The world’s only fully digital museum, experience this breathtaking story in state-of-the-art interactive galleries, complete with touch screens, motion sensor quizzes and a feast of powerful audio and video that bring Irish history to life. Watch characters from the past tell one-of-a-kind tales of adventure and perserverance, conflict and discovery, belief and community.
The documentary is based on the research:
“Time to look at girls: adolescent girls’ migration and development”.
by Nicoletta Del Franco, Marina de Regt, Katarzyna Grabska,.
Supported by: Swiss Network of International Studies (SNIS).
Lota comes from the poor rural area of Bangladesh and dreams to improve her status and gain economic independency. She moves to megacity of Dhaka, finds shelter in a slum and starts to work in a garment factory. She works 12 hours a day, earning 50 cents of a dollar per hour.
Tigist, Ethiopian girl, was ment to have more priviledged life. She was born in a family of two teachers, but after both her parents died in a car crash, she became a victim of abuse by her relatives. Escaping from a situation of enslavement, Tigist ends up on the streets of Addis Ababa. Without a place to sleep or anyone to call for, she is quickly surrounded by predators and has to fight for her surivival.
2 Girls is a character-driven and observational documentary about two young women, who are linked to each other through a universal journey of poverty and abuse for the sake of dreaming a better life. It’s a heartbreakingly harsh journey, where Lota and Tigist meet their hopes and destinies. Yet, despite their tough lives, they reveal an inner strength and great dignity. They come from poverty, they fall into even worse conditions, but they never stop striving to improve their state. Overwhelmed by global injustice and gender-oriented abuse, Lota and Tigist manage to keep their souls uncorrupted by the wrongdoings they face.
The story of 2 Girls is a story lived every day by millions of girls all around the world but rarely has it been told with the same power of testimony than in this documentary,