Let's start educating ourselves, please!

It's time we all started educating ourselves on the things that really matter.

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Gen Z's and Millennial's have got it going on. I've really had enough of baby boomers and those 'inbetweeners' constantly criticising young people for their laziness and lack of resilience. I for one, am extremely proud of my generation. The change that young people have ignited in the world today is incredible. Through using social media platforms we have found our voice and we are not afraid to use it. We have radically improved attitudes towards; race, sex, religion, disabilities, body image, sexual orientation.. the list goes on! Our constant education on these matters reduces the stigma around the Western world every single day. The world as we know it now is an extremely different place than it was even 10 years ago, and we have young people to thank for this. However, we may have won the battle, but we haven't won the war. Ignorance and hatefulness are still prominent throughout the UK, and it is our job to continue to raise awareness to these issues, and correct people when they are wrong. A lot of my education comes from listening to podcasts and reading online magazines. So I have compiled a list below of some of my favourite sources. Please try and read a few articles, or just listen to a few podcasts if you can, as it is so important that we continue to learn and improve the way we perceive and treat others. 

http://gal-dem.com

https://polyesterzine.com

Polyester have a very special episode of their podcast with our very own Rose McGowan (featured in the Let's Reset book), so give it a listen here: 

 https://polyesterzine.com/list...

https://www.killerandasweettha...

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Zahra Hulf

Project Manager , Lets reset

Zahra graduated from the University of Exeter in 2019, with a BSC in Psychology. During her third year of her degree, she conducted her dissertation on the differing parenting styles of new mothers, and the effects this has on the development of a child. She began working at Let’s Reset shortly after graduating, and acts as Project Manager at Let’s Reset. So far she has helped in the production of the Let’s Reset book, the launch of Let’s Reset, and the Let’s Reset workshops. Zahra has a keen interest in mental health, and alongside volunteering as a befriender at the Islington migrant centre, she also writes a blog about the issues women living in poverty face around the world every day.
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