photo by museoalhambra via Instagram
photo by pascal_poulain via Instagram
How to make a #bully from scratch by @ConsciousD #edchat (vid: http://youtu.be/tzftHNh7xP8)
Putting Power Tools In The Hands Of 5-Year-Olds #makered (src: http://www.npr.org/blogs/ed/2014/08/11/336865912/putting-power-tools-in-the-hands-of-5-year-olds)
DSC03860 by Jacquie Pender via Flickr
This is a very handy guide for students!
photo by yukamilafotos via Instagram
The fear of progression since the dawn of man
The Indian government should end “manual scavenging” – the cleaning of human waste by communities considered low-caste – by ensuring that local officials enforce the laws prohibiting this discriminatory practice. The government should implement existing legislation aimed to assist manual scavenging community members find alternative, sustainable livelihoods.
Across India, castes that work as “manual scavengers” collect human excrement on a daily basis, and carry it away in cane baskets for disposal. Women from this caste usually clean dry toilets in homes, while men do the more physically demanding cleaning of sewers and septic tanks. The report describes the barriers people face in leaving manual scavenging, including threats of violence and eviction from local residents but also threats, harassment, and unlawful withholding of wages by local officials.
Hotel Rincón de Josefa en Pátzcuaro, Michoacán (México)
by Lucy Nieto
Girls can wear jeans and cut their hair short and wear shirts and boots because it’s okay to be a boy; for girls it’s like promotion. But for a boy to look like a girl is degrading, according to you, because secretly you believe that being a girl is degrading.
- Ian McEwan, The Cement Garden (via erotec)