“The last few weeks seem like a period of reckoning of police power in the UK”. Manasa Narayanan reports on the Kill the Bill protests across the country, in response to the Police Bill.
After Sarah Everard was murdered, people across the country took to the streets and social media to grieve the wider issue of violence against women and marginalised genders. Zahra Iqbal and Maariyah Fulat report on Reclaim the […]
Students gather to commemorate those killed as a result of transphobic violence and hate. On Monday evening, a group of people (many drenched, some holding lanterns) filled the foyer of the University’s Union to take […]
November the 21st marks Trans Day of Remembrance. 2016 has been the deadliest year on record for trans people, and in particular trans women of colour, as many have been unlawfully killed. At 5.30pm, the […]
A vigil held for a gorilla? You bet. But Harambe is more than an animal. He’s a meme… “Harambe was sadly taken from us, but his heart still stays in all of us.” So runs […]
On Thursday LUU’s Palestinian Solidarity Group, who aim to raise awareness on campus of the contemporary and historical situation in Palestine, held a vigil outside of the Union to commemorate those killed in the recent […]
Leeds has taken part in a worldwide vigil in memory of students killed in a terrorist attack at a Kenyan university. The memorial service was organised by the University’s East African Society to remember the […]
On Friday Leeds students marked the third year anniversary of what has become one of the most devastating and bloody internal conflicts of recent history. A host of Leeds Union societies including LUU Save the […]