“Sanitary Panels is my way of processing and reflecting on what’s going on in the world," says Rachita Taneja. And indeed, her comic strip, addresses freedom of speech, LGBTQ rights, menstruation, misogyny and even people cutting queues, with unabashed wit and snark. Tap the link in our bio to read our interview with Rachita:
Image Credits : @sanitarypanels
Die SLP ist mit vielen AktivistInnen auf den Sozialismustagen der @savonline in Berlin die gerade begonnen haben. Zahlreiche AktivistInnen aus verschiedenen Ländern, Kämpfen und Bewegungen werden in den nächsten drei Tagen darüber diskutieren, wie wir eine schlagkräftige sozialistische Alternative zum verotteten Kapitalismus aufbauen können! #sota2017
"The misconception is that pageant girls are not smart - don't do that" - the stunning @nthabiseng_kgasi sits down and breaks down the stereotypes and giving a look into who she is. My interview with her is available in the #linkinbio 🌹
•Interview Series for BEYOND HER
•Guest Interview: @nthabiseng_kgasi
•Interview feature on: www.zolabrunner.com
New Work - Titled – “The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms”, Oil on Canvas, Produced in Ottawa + Vancouver, 2016 – 2017, REVELATION Series, Copyright Stephanie Limage / www.stephtheartist.com
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms - (French: La Charte canadienne des droits et libertés), in Canada often referred to as simply "The Charter", is a bill of rights entrenched in the Constitution of Canada. It forms the first part of the Constitution Act, 1982. The Charter guarantees certain political rights to Canadian citizens and civil rights of everyone in Canada from the policies and actions of all areas and levels of the government. It is designed to unify Canadians around a set of principles that embody those rights. The Charter was signed into law by Queen Elizabeth II of Canada on April 17, 1982 along with the rest of the Act, as I have depicted in this painting.
Link to the Charter - http/::laws-lois.justice.gc.ca:eng:const:page-15.html. – Source: Canadian Government Archives.
People in the painting:
Joseph Philippe Pierre Yves Elliott Trudeau , October 18, 1919 – September 28, 2000), better known as Pierre Trudeau or Pierre Elliott Trudeau, was a Canadian politician who served as the 15th Prime Minister of Canada from 1968–1979 and 1980–1984. He is the 3rd longest-serving Prime Minister in Canadian history (behind William Lyon Mackenzie King and John A. Macdonald), having served for 15 years, 164 days.
Elizabeth II (born 1926), queen of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia,and New Zealand since 1952.
Disclaimer - I do not belong to or associate with any political party, I am simply documenting historical events as an artist. #stephtheartist#canadianart#canada#contemporaryart#canadianhistory#canadianpainter @justinpjtrudeau @queenelizabeth #ottawa#vancouverartists#outaouaisfun#charter35#thisismycharter @ahmeddhussen @jodywilsonraybould #humanrights#humanrightsmuseum#humanrightsday
@Regrann from @roomtoread - On #HumanRightsDay , & every day, we strive to ensure that ALL children have access to quality education & reading materials. Literacy is a #HumanRight ! - #regrann
Women and girls bare the greatest burden in developing countries.
As a child growing up in Guyana , I would walk miles each day to fetch drinking water before school. The pail was so heavy, that most of the mornings I would return home with half full bucket of water.
This image, I was in Bagan an ancient city in central Myanmar (formerly Burma). Here, the procession of women and girls were returning from an arduous day at the farm, and multi-tasking by hauling firewood and drinking water from a river.
Water is a fundamental human need, yet each year over 650 million people across our planet live without access to safe drinking water.
You can make a difference by supporting
not-for -profits who supports the digging of wells in developing countries.
#water#womensmarch#womencrushwednesday#girl ❤ #girlspower
Das Thema Wohnen ist in aller Munde. Warum? Weil es unverschämt teuer und für viele von uns zu eine rgroßen Belastung geworden ist. Deshalb dick im Kalender anstreichen: Freitag, 17.30: Protestieren gegen Wahnsinnsmieten, Lichtenfelsgasse 7
R150 Discount - Morningstar Healing Centre March Special Offer. In light of Human rights day this month, I would like to offer a discount to the first 20 people that book. Use the code 'HUMO1' when making a booking and claim your R150 discount on your next Shamanic Healing session. Call or email me today. Cell:082 652 6816. Email: email@example.com. #morningstar#healing#humanrights#humanrightsday#healingisyourright
How did you spent your public holiday of Human Right's Day??
Well we spent our day letting people realize their fundamental right of owning their lives, be independent, be financially free and have the best health they can ever have and to smile a bit more than usual 😍
South Africa is making major moves toward the advancement of human rights. President Jacob Zuma lead the national commemoration of Human Rights Day, March 21. This annual event is meant to celebrate the country's human rights tradition and to honor the people who have sacrificed their lives for liberation and democracy in South Africa. This years commemoration was held under the theme: "The Year of OR Tambo: Unity in action in advancing Human Rights." The origination of Human Rights Day in South Africa comes from the tragic Sharpeville Massacre that took place on 21 March in 1960 where 69 people were killed by the police during a peaceful protest march. Since then the people of South Africa have worked to spread the word that it is your right to speak freely and express yourself the way you wish to. Continue reading this article at http://allafrica.com "South Africa: Advancing Human Rights"