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BLOG: ACTIVISM & SOCIAL JUSTICE
Activists are the lifeblood of democracy and the shareholders of civilisation. Without the people, there is no democracy, and without democracy, there is no ‘we the people’. The eternal relationship between the government and the governed perpetually teeters on the scales of justice, with grassroots activism as the fulcrum balancing our precarious social power structures. Allriot’s sardonic crusade has been an over decade-long journey of front print activism that aims to tip the scales towards the causes of our generation to tackle racism, misogyny, class struggle, political upheaval, or environmental cataclysm. Here’s our vision of how it’s done.
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The concept of a utopia, an ideal society that embodies fairness, justice, and well-being for all its members, has captivated
The Dagenham Ladies: Paving the Way for Gender Equality in the UK In 1968, a group of female sewing machinists
The detention and possible extradition of Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, have sparked intense debates surrounding freedom of the
Julian Assange, a controversial figure in the realm of journalism and activism, is best known as the founder of WikiLeaks.
Emmeline Pankhurst was a British political activist and leader of the suffragette movement that fought for women’s right to vote
Nietzsche’s quote “He who fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster.
Rosa Luxemburg was a Polish-born Marxist theorist, philosopher, economist, and activist who played a key role in the founding of
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