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Message on Socioeconomic Equality from Maryam Noor (Hundred Percent Equal Campaign Writer)

The poor should only dream to survive, not thrive. The dream to choose happiness over a full stomach should not belong to these wretched people. This mindset of who deserves what and who should stay in what lane is the cruelty of socioeconomic inequalities. People hope to escape it through climbing social ladders, but the complex interdependence of social and economic factors often makes it impossible to shirk one’s past. I may become a business tycoon, but my lowbirth stays with me. There are certain ceilings I cannot break. Equality is a mere myth for me.

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A plate, a pen, and a penny can shatter poverty

Happiness and dignity is a human right

Billionaires are offensive in a hungry world

 

Creative tag lines by Maryam Noor

Message on Racial Equality from Maryam Noor (Hundred Percent Equal Campaign Writer)

The color of my skin was a present from my parents until the world defiled it with their prejudice. I have hidden my darkness, I’ve covered my pride, to merely survive. The yellow of sunlight becomes a slur, the brown of the earth is now a bit much. There is one right, the white. But not for long. Equality for all or equality is none. We’ll study in the same schools, sit in the same bus, eat the same food, live in the same street and love across the color of our skins. The barbarism of the past needs more than apologies. The social construct of race must be deconstructed for peace.

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Equality for all or equality is none

No one above anyone, except on merit

Dig deep down and all hearts beat the same

The skin is a hide I will no longer hide

 

Creative tag lines by Maryam Noor

Message on Gender Equality from Maryam Noor (Hundred Percent Equal Campaign Writer)

Instead of asking why women should be represented equally in high offices, I ask why not. Because they have smaller brains. Because they are too emotional. Because they should focus on motherhood and homemaking. Because my tradition and/or religion said so. All of these are logically and scientifically fallacious, crude generalizations representing the fear of a disrupted status quo; a status quo which oppresses and disenfranchises women. Putting women in politics, or boardrooms, and paying them equally, is not a public service project. It is a strategic decision for improved socio-economic conditions for all in the society. Women belong in high positions because there is no valid reason why they should not.

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A woman’s place is everywhere

How to be a woman: Any way you want to be

Power is power: vote for her

Unacceptable CEO prerequisite: Not a woman

Not an either/or situation: a pacifier, a promotion

 

Creative tag lines by Maryam Noor

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