Daniel Oyegade is a British-Nigerian photographer and creative director based in Manchester. He’s been practicing freelance photography since 2017 and has recently completed a Masters in Photography. He also studied Undergraduate Law at UCLan and […]
Abigail Busenze reflects on the importance of supporting Black entrepreneurs and Black-led businesses, with a focus on those here in Leeds. I write this in attempt to encourage engagement with the endeavours of Black-owned businesses […]
On Saturday 3rd October, Black Pound Day, local Black-owned businesses across the North of England came together at Left Bank Leeds to collaborate, trade, and celebrate Black excellence. Founder and Organiser of Mahogany Market, Rachel […]
Ana Hill Lopez-Menchero reports on the current situation around the University of Leeds.
POLIS students Freya Curtis, Eleanor Noyce and Victoria Pearce wrote an open letter to Deputy Vice Chancellor Tom Ward calling for the university to ‘review and reverse’ their decision.
The letter gathered nearly 100 signatures from fellow POLIS students and describes the amended module catalogue as ‘Eurocentric, westernised and whitewashed’.
Following the recent government extension of the eviction ban, ACORN Leeds, alongside 16 other branches across England and Wales, called for serious reform to prevent a ‘tidal wave of evictions and homelessness’. The Gryphon’s Maariyah […]
University of Essex: Over 200 Students Vote Against Creation of Jewish Society Despite receiving opposition from over 200 students, last week the University of Essex Students’ Union declared that the new University of Essex Jewish […]
University of Sussex: Students Straying from ‘Traditional’ Societies Students at the University of Sussex have made the decision to ditch nightclubs and parties for societies that are dedicated purely to activities such as bingo and, […]