All posts tagged justice

Exclusive interview with director of Free Men – A Documentary about the injustice of capital punishment

The documentary, Free Men, follows the tragic story of Kenneth Reams, a man unjustly imprisoned and put on death row due to racial discrimination in the justice system. Kenneth has […]

Book Review: Liar by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen

“A unique and beautifully written novel that explores the ethics and consequences of lying.” Nofar is just an ordinary teenage girl – so ordinary that she’s almost invisible. Serving customers […]

Aestheticism and Moralism in Modern Media

The combined release of Joe Berlinger’s film and documentary series about the serial killer Ted Bundy, with the latter being released on the thirtieth anniversary of his execution, have elicited […]

The Big Bad Arab Wolf.

In Mohammed Bin Salman’s 60 Minutes interview with Norah O’Donnell, the Prince evaded questions about the Kingdom’s commitment to human rights principles by reminding O’Donnell that: “Saudi standards are not […]

The Importance of Lord Hain’s Actions For The #MeToo Movement.

I would like to begin this article by stating that the following contents in no way reflect my political standing, but simply state my views of the importance of Lord […]

Sidelined

If you don’t live in a hole in the ground, you will have been confronted with the media coverage on Nassar, Weinstein, and similar monsters on a daily basis over […]

Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri Review – Frances McDormand is Formidable in Martin McDonagh’s Darkly Funny Drama

RAPED WHILE DYING. AND STILL NO ARRESTS? HOW COME, CHIEF WILLOUGHBY? It’s with these three sentences that fired-up mother Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand) wages war against the Police Force of […]

Teacher Or Preacher

University students, on average, spend 40 hours minimum per week in class rooms and lecture halls. It depends on the type of course you are enrolled on – but it […]

Album Review: Justice – ‘Woman’

Justice’s 3rd album, ‘Woman’, is undeniably funky. It tremors and quivers with energy, but sadly sags under the weight of its retro appeal. We open on a decidedly vintage synth, […]