Sold Concerns

Anyone who knows a little about marketing would know that talks of rights and privileges—for women, victims, kids, or others—are often gimmicks. That they are frequently little more than attempts at self-glorification, at winning favour, benefits or business. 


Whether you decide to trust them or not, demand visible, large, unambiguous actions in the lives and businesses of people and institutions that highlight their social conscience. Don’t let them cite limitations of their abilities, professions, or environments to get away cheap. Don’t let them treat your intellect so cheap.

(c) Mickey Kumra