Christopher and Stevonte Woods
12 Dec

Education — The Philosophical Kevlar by Stevonte Wood

It is true that social justice cannot be attained through violence, as violence kills what it intends to create. Gun violence is the type of violence that Stevonte Wood advocates against, and does so, through Education. This story is of the gentleman who lives with the trauma of gun violence and believes that education is the only answer to his woes.
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28 Nov

A Bag Full of Books – Muzoon Almellehan

War - the act of destroying, to create a history written by the winner. There are those that believe this to be the ultimate truth to progress- and then there is Muzoon. War struck, and forced to flee a life of comfort and great prospects; this is the story of a Syrian girl whose refugee backpack had books rather than her favorite personals or survival aids.
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14 Nov

The Principal of education- Gazi Jalaluddin

Gazi Jalaluddin is the personification of determination. The man screams zeal and revolutionary virtues; evident in every move he’s made since he was a young boy. At 65, Gazi’s vision of disseminating education hasn’t faltered. Started with nothing to successfully running an orphanage and 2 schools with over 25 teachers; this is the story of Gazi.
Credits: UNESCO
31 Oct

Victoria Ibiwoye- Educate to affect.

Victoria Ibiwoye is a youth representative for the Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) #4 – Education. A literal advocate for education and she has a mission. She says that her life is a testament to the role education has played in it, and she wants to empower everyone out there. Her goals begin at impacting the grass root level of the problem, education for children.
Source: Educate Girls
24 Oct

A herald of education- Sanju Gurjar

Nelson Mandela said, “Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world”. That very statement is resoundingly profound in the case of Indian social reformer Sanju Gurjar. With the simple cause- ‘Education for the girl child’, she is challenging the norms of the rural society that she’s lived in all her life.