Did You Make Your Vote Count?

Spread1_copy.pdf Download this file My 1200-1500 word piece for last semester's portfolio. I designed it for the dummy magazine I created, Cognition - a magazine for parents with special needs children. >Attaching the text in the designed spreads after this, just in case people don't want to/can't read the PDF above. Did You Make Your Vote Count? … Continue reading Did You Make Your Vote Count?

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Dealing with an autistic sibling

When they told me Karan had autism ... I didn't know what it meant. I was only 13-years-old and they could've been telling me he was left-handed for all I knew (Karan seems to be ambidextrous though). Even months later, it didn't make much sense to me. All I knew was: he was different. I resented … Continue reading Dealing with an autistic sibling

The women’s gangs of India. – By Amana Fontanella-Khan – Slate Magazine

Sampat Pal Devi of the gulabi In March, the Indian upper parliament passed a historic affirmative-action bill. If approved by the lower house, the law would reserve 33 percent of all parliamentary seats for women. You might think this would be well-received by rural women in India. But they long ago gave up on the … Continue reading The women’s gangs of India. – By Amana Fontanella-Khan – Slate Magazine