The fundamental rights to freedom of assembly and freedom of expression have been valued by citizens globally, so why aren’t they granted in Hong Kong?
Stereotypes are something that I have sadly dealt with all my life. I think I face them so often because I refuse to conform to the societal definitions or stereotypes of what a certain type of person should be.
2014 was redefy’s first full year in existence. Our mission for 2014 was to reduce ignorances and promote education and integration for those with special needs or disabilities.
A question I get a lot is: why? Why did you decide to create this organization to defy stereotypes and embrace acceptance in the summer after 8th grade?
Redefy is excited to announce our first initiative as a part of our 2015 mission: The Clean Air Campaign!
Redefy is proud to present the #PrincetonAgainstRacism campaign along with Princeton CHOOSE and Princeton Not in Our Town.
I did a photo campaign about a month ago in recognition of Everyone Matters Day and asked people to finish the phrase “I am…” with the purpose of celebrating diversity and embracing individuality.
I am honored to announce that redefy has raised $1,565 dollars for the Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia’s #DareToUnderstand campaign.
Your donation will be used to fund programs fighting hate and promoting acceptance among young people across the United States and around the world.
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