Racism in Britain is a crisis of belonging, but can you ever truly belong in Britain if you aren’t white?
In the UK, we have seen the emergence of the term BAME as a collective term used to describe non-White people. But what does it really mean, and what is it used for?
Even though brands are stepping up and making statements, the broader industries behind these messages, like advertising, also need interrogating.
As Black Lives Matter continues to draw attention to racism, it’s time internet companies did more to tackle all forms of bigotry.
The recent wave of Black Lives Matter protests have sparked critical conversations about policing, and the way policing affects Britain’s Black communities, including the presence of police in UK schools.
Racism is about action in everyday life, not just words or hashtags at a time of uprising. We can be careful about what we say, but it is perfectly possible to hold deep-seated racist views, sometimes subconsciously.
The throwing of a statue of the slave trader Edward Colston into the river in Bristol, UK, by anti-racist protesters, has sparked a division in opinion that is reflected across the country.
Matt Hancock’s assertion that the cabinet has “diversity of thought” is not enough to address the sense of disillusionment being expressed on the streets of the UK.