Current Affairs Opinion

We need to ensure the conversations sparked by Sarah Everard’s murder are intersectional

“The online discourse seems to negate intersectionality. There is little attention paid to the fact that if straight, cis, middle-class and able-bodied white women are at risk on our streets, that risk is even higher for those in the LGBTQ+ community, working class women, disabled women, and women of colour.”

Emily Warnham examines the need for intersectionality in media coverage of Sarah Everard’s murder.

Global Affairs

What a Trump conviction would mean for the Republican Party

Featured image: “Donald Trump” by Gage Skidmore is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 The past few months have been difficult for former president Donald Trump—after losing reelection in November, his cries of electoral fraud being repeatedly rejected by the courts, he was impeached a second time for inciting the Capitol riots, and numerous new investigations have been opened into Read More…