Awaaz

Young, Wild and Free

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Mark Twain who rightly said “We have three precious gifts: the freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, and the prudence to never use them both.” In today’s era of modernization and liberation from any sort of matter either political, social or either religious.

Retro microphone on stage in restaurant. Blurred background

With the increase of globalization, population and difference of cultures, ethics, values, norms and most importantly perception, the way of thinking and letting it all out to the audience has changed. In the past, freedom of speech was never considered a part of problems and many voices, cries were dubbed down. But today, youngsters of present and future entrepreneur, doctors, engineers, political personalities, social activists has the right to speak up for what they feel, need for and want for, but for that they need a platform, which social media has given them in a right way.  Their point of view has now reached up to a specific level where no one can turn down any voice on the basis of ethnic and racial differences in which media has played an important role. Media as a key player along with others like social media and social platforms. Taking an example of Malala Yousafzai who wished for to study and education of other girls in the remote area of Mingora, Swat district of Pakistan where terrorist tried to suppress her voice but failed. She didn’t lose hope, and raised her voice on social media through twitter and not just nationally but internationally and won Nobel prize in the outskirts of United Kingdom. This was only possible because of her willingness to raise her voice and the support level of media not just national but foreign media as well. malala-nobel-peace-prize-05.jpg

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