As cane toads infiltrate deeper into NSW, recent sightings on the state’s Mid North Coast have sparked concerns more native frogs are being caught up in a fatal case of mistaken identity. Of the 32 suspected cane toads reported on average in NSW annually, more than a third have been misidentified for Australian frogs, according … Read more Native frogs are being confused for cane toads in fatal case of mistaken identity | ABC News
Many visitors to this event in Dubai are wearing face masks. But these are not regular hygeine face masks…. instead skeletons, monsters and square heads. Welcome to Comic Con Dubai, where sharks dance and everyone is having a good time. The Middle East Film & Comic Con began Wednesday, March 6 in Dubai, a city … Read more Comic Con Goes on in Dubai Despite Coronavirus Fears
Tribal identity and loyalty play a fundamental role in Libyan society. During years of chaos and fighting, some reconciliation between groups has been possible. But as the conflict continues, there are fears cracks may be forming again. Al Jazeera’s Charles Stratford reports from Tripoli. – Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe – Follow us on Twitter: … Read more Libya civil war: Tribal loyalties tested as violence continues
World Rugby has begun a two day forum as part of a comprehensive review of its policies towards transgender players. Experts in sports science, medicine, ethics and law have been giving their views to ensure that as well as respecting gender identity, rugby remains safe amid concerns of an increased risk of injury. Sky’s sports … Read more Should transgender athletes be allowed to play rugby?
Tools of glamour, uniforms of beauty. For Fall/Winter 2020, a consideration of the strength of women, an emphasis on an inherent authority found in that which is intrinsically feminine. Rather than a negation of identity, a celebration. The agency of women. Progenitorial raiments of glamour and beauty serve as an aesthetic shorthand for typical definitions … Read more Prada Fall/Winter 2020 Womenswear Show
Carolyn McCaskill, a professor in Gallaudet University Department of ASL and Deaf Studies, explains how deaf African Americans show their shared identity through their unique sign language. Sign language, like spoken language, has regional variations (people sign more slowly in the South, for example), as well as features that reflect gender, age, socioeconomic status and, … Read more Signs of solidarity for deaf black people
Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1VGTPwA Joining us on the show today is 15-year-old YouTube star Nikki Lilly, who has already interviewed a prime minister, won Junior Bake Off, been dubbed a ‘pioneer’ of her generation and is the youngest ever recipient of a BAFTA special award. Nikki has a rare condition called Arteriovenous Malformation, which … Read more Inspirational Teenager Nikki Lilly Reveals How Social Media Increased Her Confidence | Loose Women
This week, after decades of signing up to the EU policy of free movement of people, Boris Johnson announced Britain will halt low-paid immigration with just a few exceptions at the margins – and he’ll make high-skilled immigration a little easier if you’re outside the EU. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The day after the announcement, Gary spoke … Read more What will post-Brexit immigration look like?
France prides itself on its guiding principles of liberty, equality and fraternity. But how much do those lofty ideals really have to do with the lived day-to-day experience of France’s ethnic and religious minorities? We discuss black identity and the French diaspora with Franco-Ivorian lecturer and author Maboula Soumahoro. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE … Read more The new negritude: Asserting Black French identity
The Home Office asked 101-year-old Italian man Giovanni Palmiero for his parents to be present when he made his application for EU settlement to stay in the UK post-Brexit. Palmiero has lived in London since 1966. When he went to scan his passport to share his biometric data with the Home Office, the system misinterpreted … Read more Home Office asks 101-year-old Italian man to get his parents to confirm his identity
Former-NBA star” Dwyane Wade opened up about his 12-year-old’s decision to identify as female on “The Ellen Show,” Feb. 11. He and wife Gabrielle Union have long been supportive of her identity journey. Read more: https://wapo.st/2UI0r5Z. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/washingtonpost Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/washingtonpost/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/washingtonpost/
Father Ted writer Graham Linehan says his online campaign against what he calls ‘trans rights activists’ has made him the ‘most hated man on the internet’. Subscribe to our channel here: https://goo.gl/31Q53F The creator of the much-loved sitcom Father Ted says his views on trans rights have cost him work. Linehan’s vociferous arguing online, including … Read more Father Ted creator Graham Linehan on trans rights – BBC Newsnight
“Every civilisation sees itself as the centre of the world and writes its history as the central drama of human history,” wrote political scientist Samuel Huntington in The Clash of Civilizations. And it is precisely due to our poor understanding – or lack of will to understand – others’ cultures that the world is as … Read more UN’s Moratinos: ‘Inclusive identity’ can build a better world | Talk to Al Jazeera
Sidhart Bhatia, founding editor of Indian news site thewire.in predicts that the BJP’s attempt to make Delhi state elections about identity politics won’t be enough. An analysis of daily international events with a guest on set. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Visit our … Read more Sidarth Bhatia on Delhi election: “hardline rhetoric does not resonate as much at the state level”
To what extent is someone’s racial identity informed by context? And how does changing that context – by, say, moving from New York to Paris as a black woman – alter the way you see yourself in the world? To mark Black History Month, we sit down with acclaimed American photographer Rebecca Arthur, whose exhibition … Read more From New York to Paris: Tracing black identities