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Moğollar - Geri Sar

Shahzalal Surker
9 Views · 3 years ago

IONIC School is Modern and Complete School Automation Software that suites to almost every school or educational institution from student admission to a student leaving, from fees collection to exam results. It includes 25+ modules with 8 inbuilt users (Super Admin, Admin, Accountant, Teacher, Receptionist, Librarian, Parent, and Student) panel.
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Mohsin Ahmed
202 Views · 4 years ago

#UshnaShah #BilalAbbas #ARYDigital

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Balaa is a unique tale of jealousy, obsession, and selfishness. It revolves around a proud and dominant, Nigar, who destroys the lives of people around her due to her own insecurities and imperfections.

Nigar, played by the immensely talented, Ushna Shah, is a beautiful girl belonging to a rich family, but with a dominating and stubborn nature. She is a cripple and is highly insecure of others due to her own imperfections.

Junaid, played by the suave, Asad Siddiqui, is Nigar’s younger brother. She feels that her father loves Junaid more, which is why she hates him.

Taimoor, played by the dapper, Bilal Abbas, is the handsome cousin of Nigar whom she is in love with. But Taimoor and his family do not like Nigar’s proud family at all.

Zafar, played by the maestro, Sajid Hasan, is the father of Nigar and Junaid. He considers Nigar his lucky charm as he became rich soon after she was born.

Shama, played by the veteran actress, Samina Peerzada is Taimoor’s mother. She is a loving mother who values her children’s happiness above all.

Saba, played by Azekah Daniel, is a simple and innocent girl. She is the maternal cousin of Taimoor whom he is in love with and wants to get married to. Saba leaves him stranded on the day of their marriage, and this leaves Taimoor heartbroken.

Nigar takes advantage of his vulnerable state and gets close to him, making him fall in love with her.

Zeba, played by, Ammara Chauhdry is Junaid’s first wife whom he marries against his family’s wishes. But Nigar destroys Zeba’s life as she becomes a victim of her jealousy.

Batool,  played by, Mehar Bano is the youngest sister of Taimoor. She is a chirpy young girl, full of life. She becomes the second wife of Junaid.

Directed By: Badar Mehmood

Written By: Zanjabeel Asim Shah

Cast :
Ushna Shah
Bilal Abbas
Sajid Hasan
Samina Peerzada
Ammara Chauhdry
Asad Siddiqui
Mehar Bano
Mehwish Qureshi
Azekah Daniel and others.

Deen Doughouz
763 Views · 5 years ago

This is the greatest activism of All Time

Deen Doughouz
658 Views · 5 years ago

On Friday, September 11, at 12 p.m., in conjunction with the DIGNITY: Tribes in Transition exhibition, photographer Dana Gluckstein joined local artists who are using their art to advance social causes for a panel discussion.

Dana Gluckstein has photographed Nelson Mandela, Mikhail Gorbachev, Desmond Tutu, and Muhammad Ali, as well as award-winning advertising campaigns for clients such as Apple and Toyota. A museum-collected photographer, she has fine artworks in the permanent collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Her book, DIGNITY: In Honor of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and the associated international museum exhibition, DIGNITY: Tribes in Transition, have received international acclaim and awards. She graduated from Stanford University, where she studied psychology, painting, and photography.

Ann Fessler is an installation artist, filmmaker, and author. For 40 years, she has sought to amplify the stories of individuals whose lives are negatively affected by dominant cultural myths and stereotypes, and to bring the experiences and perspective of those affected by social policy into conversation with those who make it. She has produced three films and numerous audio-video installations on the subject of adoption. Her book, The Girls Who Went Away, based on more than 100 interviews she conducted with women across the US who lost children to adoption in the 1950’s, 60s and early 70s, was chosen as one of the top five nonfiction books of 2006 by the National Book Critics Circle and received the Ballard Book Prize, given annually to a female author who advances the dialogue about women’s rights. She teaches at the Rhode Island School of Design.

Artist Juan Jose Barboza-Gubo has had numerous exhibitions in US, including shows at the Nielsen Gallery, the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, the Chazan Gallery, Providence; and the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center. His work has been featured in galleries and museums in Tokyo, Athens, Italy, and Peru. He received first prize in the Ceramic Biennial of the New Hampshire Institute of Art in 2008 and in the 78th Regional Exhibition at the Fitchburg Museum in 2014. He was awarded the 2015 Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Fellowship in Painting, and the 2016 Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Fellowship in Sculpture. He currently teaches at Rhode Island College. Photographer and curator Andrew Mroczek is currently associate director of exhibitions at Lesley University College of Art and Design. Curated solo exhibitions include artists Shen Wei, Dan Estabrook, Luba Lukova, Karen Moss, Robert Stivers, Maud Morgan, and Juan Jose Barboza-Gubo. Recent curated exhibitions include Of Cuban Invention (2012) and Visible Soul (2014). His exhibitions have been reviewed in the Boston Globe, Art New England, Artscope Magazine, Big Red & Shiny, the Boston Phoenix, the Boston Metro, and the Weekly Dig. He is a member of the advisory boards of the Camera Eye Workshops and the Cambridge Arts Council.

Barboza-Gubo and Mroczek's recent collaborations feature transgender women and gay men in Peru.

Artist Meredith Stern is a member of the International printmaking group Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative. Her practice includes printmaking, ‘zine publishing, gardening, and utilitarian ceramic ware. Stern has received project grants from RISCA, the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund, and the Puffin Foundation. In 2012 she curated a project titled "This is an Emergency!" a portfolio of writing and posters centered on gender justice. In 2014 she started working on an ongoing linoleum block portrait project of women and transgender creators called "Craft in Time." The first presentation of this work was an art show featuring 14 largescale portraits of people working in their studios and workplaces, hung alongside work by the portrait subjects, which was displayed at 186 Carpenter Street in Providence. Her work is in the permanent collections at the Library of Congress, The RISD Museum, and the Book Arts Collection at the MOMA in New York.

Deen Doughouz
522 Views · 5 years ago

Reality brief t.v guest Paul Wesley mixing universalism with activism 2017

Deen Doughouz
594 Views · 5 years ago

Rather than give in to fear, this forum brings thought leaders from the frontline of contemporary political debates and grassroots activist political struggle to join students in forward-thinking conversations about what the shifting political winds mean for college students, women and marginalized communities, and the ways young activists across the nation are re-imagining the most important issues of our time. We will reflect on activist strategies and successes that haven’t penetrated national media. And at the same time, consider the ways popular culture moments driven by artists like Beyonce and Kendrick Lamar, actors like Jesse Williams and sports figures like Colin Kaepernick are both invigorating and distracting from social justice efforts. Run Toward Fear explores the new national landscape at the intersection of youth activism and social change.

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Deen Doughouz
484 Views · 5 years ago

Click for more: Mazinani is an artist with a background in political activism who uses art to inspire dialogue about perceptions of cultural identity. In the latest episode of Art School, she describes her current art practice and the intentions behind her recent installation at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.

Deen Doughouz
516 Views · 5 years ago

in this interview, vegan activist Gary Yourofsky speaks about how to be an effective animal activist and deal with the mental and emotional toll of awareness. if you've every wondered “what can i do? how can i make a difference?” this is the video for you.

what are your thoughts on and experiences with animal activism- have you found what is effective for you? how do you handle burn-out? i'd love to hear from you in the comments!

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Deen Doughouz
569 Views · 5 years ago

Football Hall of Famer and social icon speaks from the heart about where he agrees and disagrees with former 49ers quarterback.

Deen Doughouz
502 Views · 5 years ago

The title of captain on Team USA's basketball team comes with some complicated connotations in today's America. For Carmelo Anthony, this year's Olympics started as an opportunity to get back to winning and cement his legacy as one of the greatest Olympians of all time.

But after troubling events involving police violence against young black men took the national stage once again, his thought process began to change. With virtually unparalleled respect amongst his peers, Carmelo took an opportunity to create a dialogue. This summer, we crossed the nation with the Olympic captain to explore his role of representing Team USA during a crossroads in this nation's history.

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Deen Doughouz
479 Views · 5 years ago

Playboy founder Hugh Hefner talks about fighting for equality and sexual freedom through his magazine during a 2010 interview with CNN's Larry King Live.

Deen Doughouz
623 Views · 5 years ago

Sam Stevens is a senior at Brattleboro Union High School (BUHS) and has participated in as well as led youth activism projects. Under his two years of leadership of the BUHS student group Civic Leadership, Education, and Action Project (CLEA) Sam has led students from education to action projects on local and global issues.

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Deen Doughouz
613 Views · 5 years ago

Bounty Killer graced The Fix and discussed his legacy in dancehall, his early beginnings in music and being active in various ways on social media.

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Deen Doughouz
505 Views · 5 years ago

The first panel, "The Intersection of Art x Activism: Using your Voice as a Tool for Change, moderated by Teen Vogue editor Elaine Welteroth in conversation with Rowan Blanchard, Yara Shahidi, and Grace Dunham. A discussion on the importance of asking questions, the different manifestations of self-expression, and the unlimited wisdom of James Baldwin.

Deen Doughouz
491 Views · 5 years ago

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Deen Doughouz
493 Views · 5 years ago

What if you really could change the world? Jody Williams, Nobel Peace Prize winner, firmly believes that each and every one of us can and should contribute to creating a better world. In this empowering RSA Short Jody explains why it is so important that we strive to make a difference.

Voice: Jody Williams
Animator: Katy Davis (AKA Gobblynne)
Production and Editing: Al Francis-Sears and Abi Stephenson

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Deen Doughouz
471 Views · 5 years ago

On The Stream: The impact art has on political activism and the cultural changes made when the two collide.

Deen Doughouz
305 Views · 5 years ago

A graduate from the UTSC journalism program, Emily Hunter has graced the world stage with her empowering and innovative work as an environmental advocacy journalist, who is constantly reporting throughout the climax of global activist movements. The daughter of Robert Hunter, first president and co-founder of Greenpeace, Emily has had a rich career in protecting our earth and combating climate change and animal abuse.

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

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