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What Mothers of Police Brutality Victims Want You to Know

Black victims of police violence: Mothers speak out

Divided UK: What next for PM Boris Johnson?

British elections that took place on Thursday were in many ways a symbolic referendum on Boris Johnson. While the results are still coming in, early signs suggest the Prime Minister can chalk this one up as a victory. Final polls going ...

Gaffe-prone Biden advised to avoid impromptu press questions

US President Joe Biden’s communication’s team has reportedly recommended that the septuagenarian head of state not take impromptu questions from reporters after a series of gaffes. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki revealed this week that Biden’s ...

'Human rights of Africa's LGBTQI communities must be protected'

Them, an online publication, reported April 22 that four gay men had been murdered in South Africa in less than a month. The disturbing report made national headlines after a local government official, the spokesperson for the Gauteng Department of Coope ...

Asian people under attack in US

A reporting centre for anti-Asian hate crimes, released statistics showing that from March 2020 to March 2021, there were 6,603 reported incidents of anti-Asian hate in the US. That’s almost double the 3,795 documented racist incidents the year before.&n ...

Why have journalists shown little interest in a Caribbean disaster?

St Vincent and the Grenadines is going through their biggest natural disaster in the last decade and yet the mainstream media in Britain, which used to rule the country, have been quiet. La Soufriere volcano on the northern tip of the St Vincent Islan ...

Citizen journalism hero of the George Floyd murder case

Darnella Frazier was legally just a child when she summoned up the extraordinary bravery to use her mobile phone to film white cop Derek Chauvin kill unarmed Black man George Floyd in broad daylight. The schoolgirl, aged 17 in May 2020 when the fatal ...

Forty years of resistance: white anti-racists must listen

 An impressive line-up of international speakers came together to mark the United Nation’s anti-racism day in a webinar organised by the National Union of Journalists’ Black Members Council in March. They included a senior broadcast company execu ...

Judge’s battle against 'racism and bullying' in courts

Fearless Black rights campaigner Peter Herbert is using the huge experience he has amassed as a long-serving lawyer to take on the might of the British legal system in his fight against its racism. He is suing High Court judges, the former Lord Chief ...

Gay British Tamil community: a double barrier to celebrating Pride

Gay Pride is synonymous with inclusivity and celebration. However, for people of colour, few safe and intersectional spaces exist. This is especially true within the British Tamil community, of which I am a member. The LGBTQIA+ community is still a mar ...

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