Jay Darcy comments on JLo and Shakira’s fiercely political and entertaining Super Bowl halftime show
Despite a strong start, England struggled with both the bat and the ball down under. Racism also reared it’s ugly head as England collapsed
The problem of racism in football goes beyond the racial abuse from the stands
Reports showed the increase of attention on gender-based issues, but the lack of focus on those that are racial-based
Jay Darcy discusses the political implications of J-Lo and Shakira being chosen to headline the Super Bowl
The 5th annual Wear Red Day approaches as Show Racism the Red Card continue in their efforts to eradicate racism from football
Nimo Omer discusses the representation of drug addiction and race and its impact on policy in the US
Amy Hagan reviews ‘The White Card’ a one-act play that marks award-winning poet Claudia Rankine’s first book since ‘Citizen’ and first piece of drama
Cara Conte writes about the news coverage of Shamima Begum and asks why the UK population have not been more compassionate and understanding. Should we not address what is what that made Begum feel like she needed the protection promised to her by her groomers?
Jay Darcy discusses the latest media flurry about Harry and Meghan and their recent choice to depart from the Royal Family
Dolly Busby reviews PLAYLAND, the last play written by Athol Fugard under Apartheid
The council’s decision to erect a statue to commemorate Gandhi has caused a lot of controversy, Nimo Omer discusses the need to look at these issues with more nuance
Bulgarian Football Union Chief Borislav Mihaylov resigned after pressure from the Prime Minister Boyko Borissov
The Man Booker Prize is being praised because a black woman, Bernadine Evaristo, has won for the first time, but what does her having to share the prize say?
Iwan Hopkins takes a look at racism in Italian football, following Romelu Lukaku’s suggestion that positive action is being taken
Romelu Lukaku has urged footballing authorities in England to do more in the face of racism
Tallulah Brennan argues that the racist rhetoric of the Brexit vote was motivated by the imperial nostalgia of the Baby Boomer generation.