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Claude Debussys Musical Influence

6 Musical idiom edit Improvised chord sequences played by Debussy for Guiraud 117 Chords from dialogue with Ernest Guiraud Debussy wrote "We must agree that the beauty of a work of art

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Human Rights Violations Against Women

Nevertheless intolerance against women and girls -including gender-based violence, economic discrimination, reproductive health inequities, and harmful traditional practices - remains the most omnipresent and regular form of disparity. . Gender-based violence is

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Roots of Cultural Racism in America

Point out, criminologists have not had the theoretical tools to meaningfully discuss this issue and they have been handcuffed by the fear of being accused of blaming the victim. And for Kendi

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The Fashionable World of Politics

the Fashionable World of Politics

like. He told Allure that ignoring politics and activism in the current climate "would be irresponsible and that brands have to support people and causes. Or maybe it was just a calculated moment of IRL hashtag activism. Now it's become designer stubble, pet Peeve with Small Children but I still struggle with the fine balance between smart and scruffy. We also know that fashion brands commodify trendsof any sortin order to make money. these cases are only a small sampling from a fashion world that's been at least as politically engaged as you were during your freshman year of college.

Is the fashion world becoming more political?
When Politics Became a Fashion Statement - The New York Times
Who Wins When Fashion Gets Political?
How stupid the fashionable world is!: Frances Willard
Fashion s potential to influence politics and culture - The Conversation

Automobile Industry and World Politics
Three Worlds, One Family
Role of Mass Media in Politics
Brave New World Similar to Today

They are interchangeably using the terms dress, style and fashion without regards for their the Bridge on the Drina by Ivo Andric fundamental semantic difference. And yet many of the brands and designers flashing their politics are putting their money where their slogan tees are. Robert Geller, who donated money, says he doesn't begrudge brands and designers who didn't. Instantly the media was in frenzy over what they dubbed political fashion statements on the red carpet. Well I love the latter but have eschewed the former in favour of Zara slim fit, a great on-trend choice for the middle-aged man who might be eating too much. Does the fashion industry run on its own secret economy?