Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Diversity’s Connected at the Opera House
Women make up 48% of lecturers at UoM but just 27% of professors
Launching on the 5th of February, MACFEST 2022 offers over 75 events that showcase the Muslim culture, from debates to workshops and art exhibitions
Brazilian superstar Anitta is the real Girl From Rio – ready to show diverse bodies and genuine people
Maïna pioneered ‘anti-casting’ for her lingerie photoshoots to challenge existing discussions of diversity
Does Bridgerton give modern viewers everything they need?
Columnist Anna Jin talks to Abigail Kwakye about her elegant jewellery brand, Saint Kojo, and her commitment to educating underprivileged girls
We spoke to Black in Fashion: a Manchester-based platform creating opportunities and connections for black creatives in the north
Bafta has revealed 120 changes to membership, voting and campaigning rules in an attempt to diversify nominees
Britain’s Got Talent winners Diversity bring their latest tour, Connected, to Manchester Opera House
We spoke to the founder and editor in chief of Chicken and Bread Zine, celebrating food as art and centring voices of colour
A review of Ruby Tandoh’s ‘Cook As You Are’, Tandoh’s most politically radical yet practically reasonable book yet.
Connie Eyles shares some insight into the world of podcasts and the best ones out there
Columnist Anna Jin talks to Dominique Crick, whose slogan t-shirt brand is encouraging kindness and positivity
Columinist Anna talks to Michelle Asare, the London-based designer who is completely revolutionising the idea of nude clothing
Columnist Anna Jin speaks to the Manchester-based designer Tatiana Ngamba about her sustainable clothing brand and thoughts on fast fashion
Have inclusive makeup products truly become the standard, with the industry’s seemingly positive attitude towards inclusivity and diversity?