Louis Capstick explores the central role of language in systemic and casual racism.
“As a white person, you will never feel the institutional force of it. If anything, you actually profit from it.”
Alannah Burdess explores why learning black history is such an important step in educating ourselves as a society and in working towards addressing systemic racism in Britain today.
Outrage and accusations of racism have followed Christ Church’s JCR hustings on Sunday night, after one of the candidates used a cake allegory of “flour shortages” with comparison to the case of George Floyd.
Martha Davies discusses the recent adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s novel ‘Noughts and Crosses’ for the BBC, considering the power of its political commentary.