Waging Peace Part III

The invasion of my own life is going quite well actually; I spoke to a female leader about some of my ideas regarding energy divestment and peace brokering.  I explained what an Article 5 Decision was and how trafficking fits in with regards to fuel and energy. Personal problems have me overwhelmed though which is […]

Fair Trade Principles in slow fashion and the economy

Fair trade principles state that through the intellectual and financial empowerment of individuals and through community building, advocacy and awareness campaigns, financial literacy and personal development programs, we can improve not just the quality of life but both industry and environmental standards. One of the primary difficulties I encounter while advocating for trafficking victims and […]

Operation Red Shawl – To REDDress the Missing and Murdered Women Issue in Canada

It crossed my mind today that there are a few universal symbols that transfers ideological dogmatic borders, one of which is the fact that International Humanitarian efforts during times of conflict must generally be organized from a grassroots level in order to make and continue sustained growth of the intersecting economic tangents involved in operations. […]

Business Idea Two – Video Game

I saw the introduction to what looks like an amazing feminist video game; based in a “developing” nation (? under sharia law) a princess in imprisoned by her own council, escapes, and returns to restore herself to the throne just to abolish the monarchy.  Princess Demolishes Monarchy Theoretical Game  (Please note this game coder recently […]

What’s a Food Desert?

Once upon a time I lived near 111 Avenue in Edmonton in a surprisingly quiet and isolated neighbourhood. The closest thing to a grocery store there was over ten blocks away through a scary neighbourhood by foot, or else required taking a complicated bus route.  Otherwise all the food stores were essentially convenience or dollar […]

Consulting 

I recently had a chat with an individual with whom I have been conducting business with on an entirety pro bono basis. Said individual remains suspicious of me despite the fact that I’ve offered nothing but support and solid information to, and so it leads to this post. If you wish for me to work […]

Inside the Birdcage – October 14, 2015.  The Red Shawl and RedDRESS Projects and the Niqab Debate 

Mmm. The niqab debate has sparked an intriguing ripple in Canadian society, with a moment by afoot to vote mummer style; that is, wearing facial coverings, as a form of quiet civil rebellion against our increasingly draconian security measures. I can get behind this!   #FallFashion #WhenIsAScarfAFashionStatememt        Meanwhile, I’ve been participating in the #RedShawlProject […]