Read more: Just Mercy and the Reality of Wrongful Convictions
Destin Cretton’s Just Mercy is a steadfast journey through the real-life story of a black-man and how he is wrongfully sent to death-row for a murder he didn’t commit. The movie exposes the persistent racial injustice in the criminal justice system in the USA.
Read more: Aesthetics in International Relations: Reportage, Colonialism, and Modernity
This article aims to explore the idea of aesthetics in International Relations. It seeks to find an answer to explain the dominance of Western aesthetics in contemporary discourses through colonialism and highlights the all-pervasiveness of this aesthetic even in non-western contexts.
Read more: I leave you with two words… Inclusion Rider
Frances McDormand’s acceptance speech at the 2018 Academy Awards left the world puzzled about her closing lines –“I have two words to leave you with ladies and gentlemen, Inclusion Rider.” On the further understanding of what an inclusion rider is, the discourse around how the film industry could be modelled into a fair and safe space to include those sections of the demography that were previously ignored or discriminated against. Inclusion rider presented as a solution to Hollywood’s diversity problem, and the effect of a legal or contractual agreement to consciously induce a set level of diversity among the cast and crew members on production.
Read more: Girl Groups and Gender Gaps: The Globalization of Gender Stereotypes Through K-Pop
The meteoric rise of K-Pop stars as celebrity diplomats has exported various aspects of South Korean society to the rest of the world. This article explores how some of the nation’s more damaging characteristics, such as its highly unequal gender perceptions are being amplified by the growth of the K-Pop industry.
Read more: Must Justice be blind to be objective?
The world that the law is meant to reign upon has relocated its focus from text to visual ways of understanding various happenings as the technology develops.The article wants the readers to check the pace at which they want justice to be imparted with the aid of visual understanding of events.
Read more: Crisis of Logic: Revisiting the Controversy of Ranjan Gogoi’s Nomination to the Rajya Sabha
Ex-CJI Ranjan Gogoi’s acceptance of a nominated seat in the Rajya Sabha sparked massive controversy and resentment. Analysing the popular opinions on the matter in the media reveals various fallacies with the arguments. Aman Khullar provides an outlook on the matter by pointing out the problems with existing opinions.
Read more: Media’s Hold Over Society Amidst Pandemic – A Capitalistic Drive
In this article. Varun Upmanyu talks about how the media has propagated the desensitization of the situation for some, while filling others with a fear bordering paranoia.
Read more: Rise Of New Media & Its Socio-Legal Impact
In this article, Anshuman talks about how the new media is changing the way people respond to news. Time: 8 minutes.