Vue and Showcase cinemas chose to ban the Peckham-set gang film ‘Blue Story’ from its 91 UK cinemas after a spate of 25 separate serious incidents across 16 of its cinemas within the first 24 […]
Arts and Culture editor Delphie Bond examines the BBC’s The Apprentice and its underlying racist and sexist prejudices.
A lot of ignorance still surrounds the term ‘colourism’. Many probably have not even heard of it before or do not know what it means. But as a crucial arm of global White supremacy and […]
The start of October marked the beginning of Black History Month but it seems some Bulgarian football fans did not get the memo. England’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria was almost abandoned due to the […]
On paper, the idea of a British family jetting off to live with a Namibian tribe, accompanied by a complete replica of their semi-detached home, sounds like a pretty absurd idea. In reality, it is […]
When people talk about privilege, it’s not a competition about who is worse off as some people frame it. It’s about acknowledging the struggles of people’s individual experiences whether you’re a person-of-colour, LGBTQ+, disabled, working class or female.
Statistics published by both The Gryphon and the University reveal large disparities between White and Black students in particular at the University of Leeds Black Students were awarded Class 1 degrees at the University of […]
In games across the globe, footballers have to deal with racial insults both on and off the pitch, prompting fans to ask whether officials are doing enough to prevent it.
England fans, players, coaching staff and officials had warned of this; and it made the racism feel even more vitriolic. The t-shirts that many of the Bulgarian racists – we shall call a spade a spade – were wearing made a mockery of the UEFA ‘Respect’ slogan, with the word ‘No’ placed in front. It was clear from the outset what they thought of these concerns.
Image Credit: Hullfc.com Rugby League has long been a sport associated with pioneering. The formation of the game itself was a leap of faith, with 22 clubs in the North of England rejecting the stranglehold […]