The Polar Post — Social Justice

Behind the Scenes of Animal Cruelty in Beauty Products

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Beauty is pain, they say - in this case, quite literally. We all like getting pretty, but did you know that some companies tested their products on animals before selling it on the market? When we thought companies only test animal's skins, it turns out some goes beyond that. I am talking about giving chemical injections to animals in large dosage and it is not surprising to find that it results in their deaths. Learn more about the inhumane practice and sacrifices that are made for the sake of beauty.

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5 Resources to Learn about Mental Illnesses and Maintain Mental Health

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Whether you want to know more about your mental condition or be an ally, educating ourselves can create a positive environment for everyone.

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What Is Social Sustainability?

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People associate sustainability mainly with economics and the eco-friendliness of a system. But do you know that social sustainability is?

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The Truth Behind Deaf Culture and Accessibility

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Nyle DiMarco is an actor and the winner of Dancing with the Stars 2016. He graduated from Gauladette University with a degree in mathematics. After his rise to fame, he becomes an advocate for the Deaf Community. In his Tedtalk in 2018, as a fourth-generation Deaf man in his family, he considers himself lucky. From the moment he was born, Nyle got language access and education tailored for the Deaf. As a result, he has the support and accessibilities he needed to flourish. He always felt like he grew up like others in any ordinary household in the States -...

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