Posts Tagged ‘social justice’

Communal art spaces “save people”

In this image: a piece of art created by Eric Diolola from Wonder'neath Art Society studio.

Whether it’s painting, writing music, or – if money’s tight – visual art with rice and soy sauce, Eric Diolola always meets his creative drive with creative action. He needs to.   “I grew up in a third world country, in the Philippines, so [art] is my passion because I can’t afford anything, to be honest,”…

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Vice President Academic and External: Masuma Khan

Name: Masuma Khan Hometown: Halifax, Nova Scotia Major, Year: International Development Studies, Fourth Year   This position requires lots of advocacy work and organizing campaigns based on student’s special interest groups, what experience do you have in doing this? I have been the president of the Dalhousie Muslim Student Association for the past two years.…

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Vice President Internal: Alex Hughes

Name: Alex Hughes Hometown: Victoria, BC Major, Year: I am in the second year of a double major in International Development and Gender and Women’s Studies.   Why do you want this position? In coming to Dalhousie, I had never experienced such a fearless, fiercely passionate group of young people who were unapologetic in their…

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