Rania M M Watts The main emotions that were exhibited throughout the victim impact statement contained a mixed grab bag. There was: anger, resentment, frustration, induced strength, an understanding of enough is enough and that people who have hurt others need to atone for their crimes. As I was listening to the victim impact statement, it was completelyContinue reading “Post Sexual Assault and the Benefit of Victim Impact Statements “
Rania M M Watts 40 seconds; how long does it take you to get a drink from the fridge, tie your shoelaces, text someone to say I love you, order a meal from your favourite fast-food place, set a tiny goal and objective, or change your Google one drive password settings? Consider the duration ofContinue reading “Suicide Prevention/Awareness for Post-Secondary Students”
By: Rania M M Watts “The link between racial discrimination and violence against Indigenous women has not yet been adequately acknowledged or addressed, and the victims of this violence are all too often forgotten.” (Amnesty International, 2004) The reality is that when a white woman goes missing the media coverage is plastered via every single avenueContinue reading “Discrimination based on colour”
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