On January 27th, from 5:00-6:30 pm, Spheres of Influence is hosting a virtual art gallery and panel discussion called Indigenous Art and Resistance in the Climate Crisis. In this event, we will be featuring the works of some incredible Indigenous artists from across the globe: Mariyeh Mushtaq, Lee Gavin, Elizabeth
Denmark’s Left has adopted the most restrictive immigration policies in Europe to date, creating the fear that it will set a precedent for other EU nations.
Clandestine Jewish Purim and Carnaval celebrations in Israel and Brazil, and the relevancy of the cultural celebration of Day of the Dead.
Women’s Rights activist and UBC graduate Loujain Al-Hathloul conditionally released after 1001 days imprisoned in Saudi Arabia.
Despite the average COVID-19 deaths peaking in Brazil in 2021, the Brazilian National High School Exam was not postponed, leading to the lowest national turnout ever registered at only 48.5% on January 17th, 2021. The failure to account for the effects of quarantine on students of low socio-economic status sheds