Aviilokín K'shi likes to use what publicity he has to greaten awareness of worthy people and worthy causes.
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|Awaken With JP
|| Comedian and activist JP Sears uses his razor sharp wit to cut through the socio-political chains that the contemporary world tries to tie around our ankles and wrists.
|Oxford Against Cutting
|| Oxford Against Cutting (OAC) is committed to providing top-quality education and community support to help tackle female genital mutilation (FGM), honour-based abuse (HBA), and harmful body alterations of girls and women.
||With her work "Why Am I Not Good Enough?" Olivia Vella poetically inspires us to investigate the aggressive judgemental facet of our social psyche, and understand the pain we cause each other. Her fearless ability of emotional and verbal self expression is equalled by only the gifted few.
||Lubomir Arsov presents the world with the self-funded, animanted short film In Shadow: A Modern Oddessey, a deeply confronting artistic exposé of our present human condition.
||Requesting awareness and support for Annie Ikpa, who spent the last seven years fighting to stop child sacrifice in Uganda.
||Half a million women are forced into sex slavery every year through human trafficking. In his book The Natashas journalist Victor Malarek reveals how impoverished women from all over the East Bloc are lured into prostitution and kept enslaved; those who resist are beaten, raped, and sometimes killed.
||During the 2021 Myanmar coup d'état, Hanna Yuri became one of the most prominent anti-regime activists. Because of her involvement in anti-coup protests, an arrest warrant was issued for her, and she fled to South Korea.
||Yeonmi Park is a North Korean defector and human rights activist whose family fled from the brutal North Korean regime to China in 2007 and settled in South Korea in 2009, before moving to the United States in 2014.
||Shiori Itō is a Japanese journalist and filmmaker. Her work focuses on gender equality and human rights issues, and broke the silence of taboo on rape issues in Japan. Itō's activism led to her inclusion in the Times 100 Most Influential People of 2020.