Laura and Jasmin discuss how indigenous practices and traditions greatly benefit environmental sustainability. Special Guest Luiza Adamczyk joins this week’s episode in further discussing this issue in regards to her Masters studies in sustainability and consultancy.
Laura and Jasmin discuss the recent events occurring in the Nagorno-Karabakh region and explain why many fear these events hint another possible genocide. By providing a historical timeline of the Armenian Genocide until today, they highlight the ongoing issues and bring light to this conflict.
Laura and Jasmin discuss the upcoming US Presidential Election this November. First they discuss the evolution of both political parties into what we know them as today as Democrats and Republicans, the intentions of the founding fathers and the structure of government. Finally they explain the policies of both presidential parties of the 2020 election regarding foreign policy, immigration, healthcare, economy, race and criminal justice.
Laura and Jasmin discuss the recent events regarding George Floyd and Breonna Taylor by providing a historical background on the history of racism post civil war. They explore how political and judicial reforms have allowed a continuation of repression, which has now evolved to a deeply flawed justice system regarding racial equality.
This week we describe the history of Asylum Seekers and Refugees as of the end of World War ll and how past mistreatments are still being reflected today around the world. This is still a large humanitarian issue, and we believe that it should properly be acknowledged, which is what we did today! Link in bio, and please subscribe!! #refugeesupport #humanrights #educationmatters