Carmen Ghazi explores the appropriation and commercialisation of black features and culture among white women.
For Black History Month, our team of writers share some of their favourite and most notable Black artists.
Nisha Chandar-Nair discusses the theft of Black culture in the fashion industry.
“Look, I don’t know if I’m going to have a career after this, but fuck that.” John Boyega’s speech at the Black Lives Matter protest earlier this year was powerful, ferocious and irrevocably moving. A […]
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Coronation Street, the pride of the North, should perhaps not be so proud. It may beat EastEnders in the battle of storylines; however, it cannot contend when it comes to diversity. The soap which has […]
Black Panther is a technicolour world, constructed by cinematographer Rachel Morrison, to the cast who are, to borrow from an popular black hair product line, ‘Dark [skinned] and Lovely’, the film’s politics are woven into […]
On Thursday 30th November, the English department presented an exciting and dynamic event called ‘Creating to Survive’, exploring and celebrating art and expression in the African diaspora whilst challenging the notion of the ‘diasporic everyday’ […]
As Black History Month comes to a close, The Gryphon discusses hair within the history of the Black community and speaks to community project, Crown Me Natural UK, about their work. If you picture the […]