Author: Luiza Cavalcante (Leftist) A recent study of 153 COVID-19 patients by Dr. Liam Townsend at Trinity College Dublin, has found that lingering symptoms (including fatigue, general ill-health, and breathlessness) are all common following COVID-19 infections regardless of the disease’s severity. The research shows that a whopping 62% of patients had not returned to full … Continue reading Covid Long Haulers Tend to be Woman, People of Color, of all Ages and Underserved
Author: Luiza Cavalcante (Leftist) As consumers become more in tune with the environmental and societal ramifications of their purchases from unsustainable industries, a trend of consumer driven charity is on the rise. It happens at the checkout counter when you’re asked to round up your total to end childhood cancer or when a company claims … Continue reading The Problem With Consumer-Driven Charity: From Apple to (RED) to Conscious Step
Author: Camila Rios (Left Leaning) President Joe Biden nominated Miguel Cardona as the next U.S. Secretary of Education. Although Cardona has been named, he expects a rigorous Senate investigation hearing on Wednesday. The nomination of Miguel Cardona was very strategic. Here is someone who has an incredible personal story of beating the odds as a … Continue reading Can Cardona Improve Immigrant & ESL Student Integration In Public Schools?
Author: Nicholas Chang (Left Leaning) Three years ago, the streets were packed with protestors holding up signs calling for peace and equality. From one of the crowds, an emboldened Kendall Jenner emerged and calmly confronted an imposing wall of police in riot gear. Armed with a can of Pepsi, she offered the drink to an … Continue reading The Truth is Corporations Still Don’t Care About Social Justice
Author: Camila Rios (Left Leaning) A refugee is a person who has fled their homeland and can’t return because they have a well-founded fear of persecution in their home country due to race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a social group. In the last two decades, due to civil wars and other conflicts, … Continue reading Are Refugees a Valuable U.S “Commodity”?
Author: Teresa Mettela (Left Leaning) Can We Make Education Equitable? I believe that we can start by ridding ourselves of the need for “individual welfare.” We need to pick a good major, to find a good job, to make a decent living. This mentality is what divides people in the United States; it is the … Continue reading Whose Education is Deemed Disposable During the Pandemic?
THE FLIP SIDE Author: Luiza Cavalcante (Leftist) Editor’s note: Dear readers, Next Publius is still committed to fact checking and producing balanced journalistic pieces to further political discourse from across the aisle, this article is a part of a more opinionated series we are demoing called “The Flip Side,” created for huge national news events. Articles like these are designed to … Continue reading The Capitol Hill Riot: From the Perspective of a Young Leftist
THE FLIP SIDE Author: Alex Munguia (Conservative) Editor’s note: Dear readers, Next Publius is still committed to fact checking and producing balanced journalistic pieces to further political discourse from across the aisle, this article is a part of a more opinionated series we are demoing called “The Flip Side,” created for huge national news events. Articles like these are designed … Continue reading Storming of the Capitol Building: From the Perspective of a Proud Young Conservative
Author: Camila Rios (Left Leaning) “Some judicial decisions are so horrendously wrong that they leave us dumbstruck on the first encounter. Like survivors of natural disasters first surveying the scene, we must struggle at first to comprehend what has happened. Next begins the long mourning for the victims, mourning sharpened by our feelings of anger … Continue reading The Politics of Protest: Liberty and Justice for All
Author: Teresa Mettela (Left Leaning) With the rise of #BlackLivesMatter and a second wave of #MeToo, Generation Z has channeled this momentum to cause proactive change via social media. Although virtual networks have always created spaces of togetherness, our youth are morphing social media channels into information hubs for social justice movements and action. Need … Continue reading Navigating Social Media as a Tool for Social Justice
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