Wonder Woman Too Western & Too White

Blockbuster movie Wonder Woman is too western and too white. With its sexualized image and unrealistic beauty, WW does not connect with millions of women around the world. It has commercial value only. It does not represent feminist symbol of strong and liberated woman. With multiple identities, women in contemporary society face multiple challenges. The … Continue reading Wonder Woman Too Western & Too White

Progressive Hindu Dialogue

Progressive Hindu Dialogue is an initiative to explore, recognize and advance the rational, liberal and progressive nature of Hinduism. It is also a forum to debate the symbolic aspects of Hinduism’s rituals, customs, traditions and thoughts in an intelligent and prudent environment. In this dynamics the overall objective is to invigorate the continuity of Hinduism’s … Continue reading Progressive Hindu Dialogue

World Does Not need Forces To Defend Borders

By Promod Puri Do the countries of the world need armies, navies, and air forces anymore to defend their borders when invasions to expand powers and territorial regimes seized to happen long time ago. And even the ideological accessions by communists and democratic powers have receded in recent years after the lessons learned from Vietnam … Continue reading World Does Not need Forces To Defend Borders

Trump is a political genius

It seems our desire for instant gratification has conquered politics. Voters are channel-hopping, snacking on ideologies and political styles, moving on as soon as they’re bored. In that light, Donald Trump is a political genius: His slippery, shifting positions on just about everything command attention and perfectly reflect the restless mood of the times. People … Continue reading Trump is a political genius

Trump Library

So much is said and so much is written, and keeps on multiplying, compared with anybody else in both American and world history, that the monumental task of building the President Trump Library should start along with the Obama Library.

A Glimpse of Black History in U.S.A

(Pic.Juvenile convicts at work in the fields, 1903. Library of Congress/John L. Spivak) What happened after slavery in the United States was abolished in 1865 Here’s how it worked. Black men – and sometimes women and children – were arrested and convicted for crimes enumerated in the Black Codes, state laws criminalizing petty offenses and … Continue reading A Glimpse of Black History in U.S.A

Costa Rica the World’s happiest Nation

Costa Rica is the most environmentally advanced and happiest place on earth, according to Happy Planet Index. In 1949, Costa Rica took a big gamble eliminating its army and investing military funds into health and education. The decision has paid off on numerous fronts. promodpuri.com promodpuri.blogspot.com