Daily Archives: June 4, 2017


Pride Month And Equal Marriage Rights

June is recognized worldwide as LGBT Pride Month. June was chosen to commemorate the Stonewall riots which are largely considered to be the beginning of the modern day gay liberation movement and the fight for equal rights. What followed is now viewed as the gay pride movement, a stance against discrimination and […]


44 People Die Of Thirst Crossing The Sahara Desert On Their Way To Libya

Forty-four people have been found dead in the Sahara Desert after their truck broke down, with extreme heat and lack of drinking water causing them to die of thirst. The group of fifty migrants and refugees, which included babies and children, were on route to Libya between the cities of Agadez and […]


Searching For Syria: Dispelling Myths And Misconceptions

Last week, the United Nations Commission for Refugees, in partnership with Google launched a website: www.searchingforsyria.org, to education people about Syria. It aims to answer questions like what Syria was like before the war, why the war broke out, and whether or not there is anything that people can do […]