Featuring Minneapolis-native Dua Saleh, poet and rapper Noname and Atlanta heavyweight Lil Baby.
Benji B and Jude Afriyie break down the legendary club night turned weekly INSIDE / OUT live stream ahead of tonight’s fundraiser. Proceeds will be donated to charity Inquest and social enterprise The Black Curriculum.
This week, a string of new songs amplified the protests against police brutality.
This week, rappers Dutchavelli, Digga D and Lavida Loca described being threatened with recall for endorsing the movement. While authorities deny the claim, it raises questions about how confident people on probation feel about speaking out.
Rock Against Racism was the pioneering UK organisation that used music to take on the fascists of the National Front in the face of violence and establishment cowardice. A new documentary tells its story.
Protesters around the world have – wittingly or unwittingly – put themselves squarely within the lens of a surveillance state. Here's how unregulated and untested facial recognition software is disproportionately affecting the black community.
So you’ve made a donation and signed the petitions? Here’s what you need to do next.
Following the recent wave of protests in the city, four New Yorkers speak anonymously to The Face about their arrests, cell overcrowding, and treatment in custody.
Since last year, The Black Curriculum has campaigned to reimagine the national curriculum by teaching black history across all subjects. We speak to its founder, Lavinya Stennett.
Founded by New York-based cultural entrepreneur Jaé Joseph, the beauty accelerator programme aims to launch 100 Black-owned businesses in the next decade through time, care and a lotta love. Here’s how.
“The turnout was amazing, we expected 500 people, there were thousands.”
"Looking to the future, I am feeling hopeful. I feel like I’ve seen the power of solidarity over the last year."
Loved watching Colston’s statue being thrown in the harbour? Here’s what to watch, listen to, read and who to follow to understand Bristol’s fight against racism.
With increasingly exposed police brutality and calls to defund the force, is it time the film industry put one of its most successful genres into custody?