When the statue of slave-trader Edward Colston was pulled down and thrown in the Bristol Harbour in June 2020, a long overdue conversation over who this country choses to memorialise in bronze was ignited. Since […]
Ewan Craven explores the ingrained racial bias evident in football punditry.
A tale of brain damage and racism.
Sir Lewis Hamilton – by far the standout name on the recently published New Year’s Honours list. Following his recent Sports Personality of the Year (SPOTY) award, the accolades are stacking up for the British […]
Saturday 5th of December signalled for many football fans a return to the stadiums which they adore. For many clubs playing this weekend in London; now in the tier two category, supporters returned in reduced […]
This week, Sainsbury’s has been hit with the blessing and the curse that is trending on Twitter. After debuting their new advert, Gravy Song, Sainsbury’s were instantly met with a storm of angry tweets and […]
Iona Tompkins discusses why the removal of Confederate imagery from the Mississippi flag could be more than just symbolic.
Following Barcelona’s 5-1 win against Ferencvárosi on Tuesday, Salvador Sostres, a prominent journalist for Spanish newspaper ABC, compared 17-year old winger Ansu Fati’s pace to that of a “Black street vendor fleeing the police” in […]
This article discusses ‘Uncle Ben’s’ new branding, and the racial suppression behind the original branding.
Rachel Murray investigates how the environmentalist movement may be blaming the wrong people for environmental degradation…
Over the past few weeks, there has been a lot of talk in the media surrounding the nation’s response to Diversity’s performance on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent. On Saturday 5th September, Diversity, a successful street […]
Beth Powell discusses how eugenics can be racist, and whether this still exists in modern day science.