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Quarantine Will End, But, What About Privilege?

Ntombizikhona Valela explores what going 'back to normal' really means for those without privilege.

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How To Make Sure Your Allyship Isn’t Performative

The world needs allies right now. Here's how to be one

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If You’re Offended By Those Calling Out Racism, Do Better

Ellie Abraham explores white fragility

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POC Need to Call Out Anti-Blackness Within Our Own Communities

Columnist Alya Mooro reacts to the killing of George Floyd

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“It’s Not A Laughing Matter”

BAME communities don't need to see the Health Secretary laughing to know the government's lack

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The Designer Who Dropped Everything to Help America’s Doctors

Gelareh Mizrahi was one of the first to recognize the need to provide PPE to

By Olivia DeRamus
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Text Out The Vote

Campaigns can’t knock on doors, so they’re sending texts... with mixed results

By Callie Holtermann
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My Assaulter Sued Me, So I Started The Restless Network

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By Olivia DeRamus
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Zoom Chats Are Exposing Our Real Lives

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By Gemma Doswell
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Social Media Campaigns Won’t Solve Domestic Violence

The British government's response to the increase in domestic violence is unlikely to reach those

By Rachel Murray
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The Trump Administration Just Undermined The Rights of Sexual Assault Survivors

The new Title IX regulations were just released, and it's not looking good

By Olivia DeRamus
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Will a New Baby Change Boris?

As the PM welcomes his sixth or seventh child, Jennifer Crichton ponders his stance on

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