Equinox Report: What Does It Take To Be Sandum?

This summer, as the world regained its balance momentarily from the COVID-19 pandemic, Sandus did what it does best: it turned inward, introspecting on what Sandus is, what we stand for, and who we are. We reminded ourselves what our aspirations are: that we imagine a world without suffering, a world that is pensive and…

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Biennial Ludi Pacales Opened

The Office of the Sôgmô has announced grand games in celebration of the the Month of Peace, January, which features several festivals to abstract concepts like Pax (peace), Concordia (harmony), and Felicity (Felicitas). These games will be in the vein of the Olympic Games, as well as the plethora of micronational “Olympics” spin-offs, and they…

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21 March will be Anti-Apartheid Day

On 21 March 1960, in Transvaal, South Africa, the South African Police of the apartheid regime massacred 69 people protesting against pass laws, which restricted freedom of movement for black indigenous South Africans. The event stirred almost universal condemnation, including from the United Nations that proclaimed the day the “International Day for the Elimination of…

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