Results for: 'Black Lives matter'
Generation Covid: to end our week of stories, the Labour MP for Nottingham East and the “baby of the House” talks archaic institutions, the power of movements and why the UK needs an irreversible shift in wealth and power.
From Iran to Hong Kong, #MeToo to BLM, leaderless movements have become the defining form of protest in the 21st century. After all, you can’t arrest an idea, especially when so many people believe in it.
One for the diaries: here’s an extensive guide of exhibitions, events, festivals and club nights this BHM.
Photographer Benjamin Hampson and stylist PC Williams team up to create Heroes, a series that shines a light on the ways in which communities can uplift one another. They’re all about beauty, individuality and the power that unity brings.
The south Londoner has teamed up with label boss Jorja Smith for a remix of Peng Black Girls.
Twenty-twenty has been challenging for everyone, not least for people from the African and Caribbean diasporas. Here, Rainbow Milk author Paul Mendez joins the monthly birdwatching club aiming to show that nature is for everyone.
The Central Saint Martins graduate with a community-first ethos is on a mission to reclaim Black identity via her surrealistic designs. Think: Whitney lyrics, twisted tailoring and a new tee featuring dolls wearing dresses and “executive realness” suits.
With its besieged mindset and paranoid sense of constant threat, S. Craig Zahler’s Dragged Across Concrete feels more like a spiritual inheritor of Michael Winner’s Death Wish than 22 Jump Street.
It may seem that the industry has changed for the better, but fewer minorities and women directed movies in 2022. Coupled with this year's disappointing snub of Black women at the Oscars, it’s pretty obvious that Hollywood still has a long way to go.
THE FACE’s Digital Director Brooke McCord reflects on a week that started with International Women’s Day and ended with Mother’s Day – with a series of harrowing and eye-opening events in between.
In her new book What White People Can Do Next, the writer, academic and broadcaster pours her intellect and years of PhD research into a nuanced examination of race, capitalism and class. Get reading, get learning.