Irony in a political cartoon

Democracy is a form of government in which power is vested in the people and this power is used directly or indirectly through elections to form the society to the people’s liking. Essentially, the citizens decide for themselves how they want their country to function. In this text I will explain a cartoon and briefly […]

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Remember the ship

The poem was written by author John Agard. Agard is British-Guyanese, he was born in Guyana but practiced his education in Britain. Because of this he sometimes switches between British-English and Caribbean-English in his texsts. In Guyana he worked for Guyana Sunday Chronicle, and in britain he’s worked for Commonwealth Institute and BBC, as well […]

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In the middle of August 2017 a protest sparked in Charlottesville, Virginia. It all started August 11th when hundreds white supremacists walked onto University of Virginia’s campus with tiki torches, shouting “white lives matter” and “you will not replace us”. The next day, August 12th, members of the “black lives matter” movement staged a counter-protest […]

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