Thanks to the record-breaking number of women elected to Congress in 2018 and the success of the #MeToo movement in taking down many powerful male predators, some critics have called 2018 the Year of the Woman. The New York Times wrote, “It has been called the Year of the Woman, and rightly so—defined by historic political victories in the United States.” The Brookings Institution blog announced, “2018: Another ‘Year of the Woman.’” And the Washington Post headlined, “Year of the Woman? Darn right.” But another contender for the title “Year Of” may have a stronger claim. In terms of political power, influence, and money, 2018 was the Year of the White Man. Behavioral scientists note that white male power is rooted in stereotypes about women (too emotional to govern), people of color (not smart enough to govern) and LBGT people (too deviant to govern). In “The … [Read more...] about Year of the Woman? Not So Fast
Home Cookery Vegetarian Salads Salads oi-Syeda Farah By Syeda Farah Noor | Published: Tuesday, June 30, 2015, 12:29 [IST] As the mango season is coming to an end let's make the best use of mangoes in our recipes. Nothing tastes better than having fresh mango salad along with your dull meal. You can try our special recipe today which is deliciously tangy Thai Mango Salad recipe. You can make this recipe using the raw mangoes available in the market this season. Exotic Green Mango Rice Pulav Recipe Most people avoid eating mangoes once the monsoon ends as they think the mangoes get spoilt easily. But thats just a myth. You can use mangoes in various types of recipes and store them for a longer period of time. Try this healthy and hearty salad as its tangy taste can cheer you up instantly. This recipe is addiction guaranteed! All you need Green mangoes - 2 (shredded) Water - 3 tsp Sugar - 2 tsp Fish sauce - 1 tsp Sambar onion - 1(sliced) Peanuts - ½ cup Chillies - … [Read more...] about Thai Mango Salad Recipe
Home Cookery Non vegetarian Sea food Sea Food oi-Syeda Farah By Syeda Farah Noor | Updated: Tuesday, July 7, 2015, 16:08 [IST] Eating healthy food is everybody's motive. Including salads along with your regular meals help you stay healthy as you tend to avoid junk due to the fact that salads keep you filled. Today, we are here to share a tangy shrimp and fruit salad recipe which is really easy to make. Try this yummy, finger licking shrimp and fruit salad recipe this noon with and enjoy it your family! Shrimp Roll: Exotic Sea Food Recipe This recipe is a delicious and an easy way to stay fit with nutrient-rich fruits in your diet. Follow our steps to make this delicious shrimp and fruit salad recipe with the simple steps mentioned below. Serves: 4 Preparation Time: 10 mins Cooking time: 5 mins Shrimps Fried Rice Recipe All you need Shrimp - 250 gms Onion - ½ (chopped) Raspberry Juice- 1 cup Salad greens - 50 gms Mixed Fruit salad - 1 ½ cup Juicy Shrimp In … [Read more...] about Tangy Shrimp And Fruit Salad
Research (Childs, 2009; Ramoutar, 2006) supports my contention that interracial couples are rarely depicted in films and novels, and when they do make an appearance, they are presented as inherently problematic, conflicted, and hyper-sexualized (Killian, 2013). In fact, black-white intimate relationships rarely survive narrative closure in literary and cultural depictions, including black literary works. Where’s the love? Over the past eight decades, cinematic interracial couples have encountered violence and death threats, and more often than not the relationship does not survive to the end credits (Ramoutar, 2006). For example, the interracial relationship in Borderline ends abruptly in a knife-fight between the lovers. In Touch of Evil, Los Robles is the Sodom of stereotypical border towns, replete with debauchery, drug use, and criminal activity, a menace lurking just across a line in the sand from the U.S. In this setting, the Latino-white couple (Charlton Heston, in … [Read more...] about Interracial Border Crossings in Cinema: Haters Gonna Hate
Father's Day is just around the corner, and what better way to pay homage to dad than by recognizing the impact fathers can have on their children's academic outcomes? Yes, all fathers–even those who are no longer in the home. Source: Photo by Cristian Dina/Pexels Even though fathers have slowly increased their involvement in child care over the years, perceptions of fathers as nurturers are less common. Fathers who don’t live in the same house as their children can have an even worse reputation, as identified in my research. And yet, research shows that fathers are essential to their children’s future academic success. More involved fathers tend to have children who are psychologically, cognitively, and physically healthier. In terms of academics, for example, fathers who take active roles in reading with and to their children, support their academic outcomes, and are involved with their schools more often have children who graduate high school, achieve good … [Read more...] about How Does Father Involvement Impact Children’s GPA?