She's also quoting civil rights icon John Lewis.
Almost 70 percent of Indian population lives in villages, where the internet and smartphones can be a luxury.
Free-falling into a version of the future no one saw coming, students across India talk to us about the many hurdles they have to jump through just to graduate.
“There is bureaucratic control all over us, and it is obvious that these subjects threaten those in power.”
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"A lesson on the word ‘cunt’ to explain the inequality and power of language."
VICE writers on the valuable gems they had to learn for themselves.
Singapore is the poster child for handling the coronavirus. Now one of its schools is teaching the public about infection control and prevention.
The aim behind this initiative is to “train girls for their roles as prospective mothers.”
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And I'm not the only one, either.