So is Kanye West Really Running for President?

Olivia DeRamus looks at the facts, and what the Democrats should actually be focusing on

Current Affairs

Knowing When To Switch Off: Why Good Mental Health Is Crucial For Activism 

Diyora Shadijanova explores the tricky balance of mental health and activism

By Diyora Shadijanova
June 19, 2020

Current Affairs

A Response to JK Rowling’s Personal Essay On Sex, Gender and Womanhood

Her white feminism is textbook, argues Tahmina Begum

By Tahmina Begum
June 18, 2020

Current Affairs

An Instagram Story Cannot Absolve You

“You’re not Black though, are you? Why are you so upset?” When faced with racism,

By Gabrielle Ulubay
June 17, 2020

Current Affairs, Power

What Now? How To Keep Protesting

When your Insta feed is starting to go back to “normal”, it's important to keep

By Tahmina Begum
June 16, 2020

Current Affairs, Power

Some Superheroes Wear Lab Coats

Republicans tried and failed to limit Dr. Amy Acton's authority, the health director responsible for

By Regina G Beach
June 15, 2020

Current Affairs

America Doesn’t Feel Like Home Anymore

The state of America makes Ebony Joseph want to continue living abroad

By Ebony Joseph
June 12, 2020

Current Affairs

Sharing Videos Of Black People Dying Is Not Anti-Racism, It’s Trauma Porn

Evie Muir explores activism and trauma porn

By Evie Muir
June 10, 2020

Current Affairs

This Is America

Gemma Doswell explores her own bias in the wake of George Floyd's murder

By Gemma Doswell
June 6, 2020

Current Affairs

How to Prepare For a Protest

Safety advice, what to take and key dates...

By Tahmina Begum
June 4, 2020

Current Affairs

Quarantine Will End, But, What About Privilege?

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

By Ntombizikhona Valela
June 4, 2020

Current Affairs

How To Make Sure Your Allyship Isn’t Performative

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

By Diyora Shadijanova
June 3, 2020

Current Affairs

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

Ellie Abraham explores white fragility

By Ellie Abraham
June 2, 2020

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