Hatred towards others is known amongst humanity throughout history, and systematic hate comes to the surface now more than ever regarding the Black Lives Matter-protests. Why do we hate? And will this ever stop?
Racism, police brutality, and oppression in the US and around the world are being massively protested in spite of – and perhaps in part because of – coronavirus restrictions.
When the world around is doesn’t make much sense, we start looking for answers. Being stuck at home it is easy to find any answers we are looking for at the click of a button. The truth is out there, but so is a lot of misinformation…
June traditionally is the month in which several big arts and culture festivals kick off the festival season. Two of the leading festivals are international performing arts festival Holland Festival (11-21 June) and arts, science and nature festival Oerol (15-19 June).
Cities are profoundly changed by crises. We wouldn’t have our modern sewage systems, paved roads, or waste management in cities without historical confrontations with cholera, typhoid, and the like.
Our colleagues at X TU Delft are hosting an online Salon on the topic of institutional racism, tomorrow at 19:50 on Zoom. You are invited to join the conversation to respectfully share your thoughts and experiences with other students regarding racism.
Terwijl er in de wetenschap gewerkt wordt aan feitelijk bewijs, lijkt meditatie op niets anders gestoeld dan onderbuikgevoelens. Maar er zit harde wetenschap achter de effecten van meditatie.
During crises, we take privacy and regulations less seriously, and collaboration is harder, at the expense of the democratic level. Thus, inequality can grow. Sports can become an elitist or savvy lobbyist affair.
Can you picture it? A society without touch? Writing for RT, the communist philosopher Slavoj Žižek takes a stab at the fully digitized lifestyle that corona quarantine has accelerated.
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world (Nelson Mandela). How you can help is first of all to listen and to educate yourself.