Jay Darcy writes about the need for campaigns for equality with regards to oppressed or minority groups either in race, gender or sexuality to recognise their overlapping aims.
If this year’s BlackKklansman served as a solid artistic insight into the roots of modern-day racism, then George Tillman Jr’s The Hate U Give makes for a fantastic following piece about the current state of American racial tensions
Riddi Viswanathan has faced a torrid social media backlash after university opposition to Generation Identity’s sticker campaign
“This is England, for pity’s sake!” a student told The Mancunion criticising the proposal
Is football as progressive as we think?
Jungle Fever is as powerful as it was 26 years ago
The university insists that email monitoring is within its rights, and is important to monitor potential radicalisation of students
In light of his experience of the University’s registration policy, Lioui Benhamou pens his thoughts on the continuing use of the term “race”
A prospective BME officer’s posters were discovered with racial slurs written on them in the run up to the student officer elections
With Chinese customers consuming over 33% of global luxury product, we examine how racism at Dolce & Gabbana is undeniably out of fashion.
Sophia Ashby spoke to Cara Thompson about hair politics, femininity and why only some afros are acceptable.
Anuli Changa discusses the use of the ‘n-word’ and how the double standard surrounding it’s use mean it remains both a racial slur and an example of linguistic protest.
By alienating his foreign allies and pushing his nationalist rhetoric to the extreme, Trump risks undermining the revolution he started in 2016
As we continue our theme of black history month, this week Ellie Tivey talks to UoM senior lecturer Anindita Ghosh to discuss why history classrooms around the country are severely lacking in education on colonialism and how this is affecting our understandings of the world
Two students have been heavily criticised for their fancy dress outfits amidst a growing culture of racism at the University of Bristol
‘It is a sad reality, but what is one notch worse than the treatment of restaurant waiters and waitresses, is the treatment of people who work at fast-food outlets’
The women responsible for decapitating a cardboard cut-out of Margaret Thatcher at Welcome Fair reply to accusations of “double standards” on the student left