So you’ve made a donation and signed the petitions? Here’s what you need to do next.
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.
Denmark was the first European country to reopen schools. And downtown Copenhagen is full of people once again allowed to go to the pubs (remember those?). But was the success of Danish social isolation partly achieved by a troubling form of national isolation?
Three demonstrations took place across the city last week arranged by three different organisers, all of whom were under the age of 30.
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.
Protests have taken place all over the world in the days since George Floyd, a black man, died in police custody. As thousands take to the streets to express their anger over racism and police violence, photographer Adam Powell captures the scenes in New York.
In response to the recent report, which found black communities more likely to die from Covid-19 than white, Black Lives Matter UK and Race & Health are encouraging the public to make some noise for those staying at home.
With BAME people in the UK 10-50% more likely to die from coronavirus than white people, it is vital to protect yourself and others while showing solidarity.
A list of petitions, protests and funds you can contribute to and learn from in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
With anger towards baldies on the rise, writer and bald man Tom Usher reflects upon the impact of Dominic Cummings within the wider bald community.
They’ve plunged you, panting, into the beating heart of the day. But from this week menthol cigarettes and filters have been stubbed out for good. Here’s why their loss will be felt by mintheads across smoking areas forever.
There are, it turns out, “cool cats and kittens” in the UK, too. But in the view of some animal welfare experts, these collectors’ hobbies are not so cool.
Over the last few weeks, The Face has introduced you to key workers from sectors across the UK. Here, 23-year-old Amira takes us onto the frontline of the postal service, as we spend a day on her round in Watford.
The Mercury-winning band's guitarist spent his down time post-tour volunteering at a north London food bank. Now he’s releasing an album of folk instrumentals to raise money and awareness. We speak to him, and to centre manager Abi Odujoko, about the scourge of food poverty – and how it’s immeasurably worse now.
Every Thursday at 8pm the nation sticks its head out the window to applaud the NHS staff and key workers tackling the coronavirus pandemic. Here, photographers from across the UK, capture the moment.
Over the coming weeks, The Face will introduce you to key workers from sectors across the UK. Here, 20-year-old cyclist Alex takes us onto the frontline of food delivery, as we spend an evening making drop offs around Cheltenham.
The claims that it’s beaten Covid-19 might not be entirely accurate, but New Zealand is one of the first countries to start easing lockdown. Is there dancing – or even just socialising – in the streets? Not quite…
Over the coming weeks, The Face will introduce you to key workers from sectors across the UK. Here, 24-year-old courier Connor takes us onto the frontline of parcel delivery, as we spend a day dropping off essential goods around Leeds.
Over the coming weeks, The Face will introduce you to key workers from sectors across the UK. Here, 20-year-old supermarket assistant Keziah takes us onto the frontline of food sales, as we spend a day on a supermarket floor in Reading.
Two hundred working hospital beds. Fifteen per cent unemployment. Poverty rates that only the privileged could ignore. Tunisia is stable, but it’s still under lockdown.
Photographer Jamie Lee Curtis Taete came across a Facebook event for a far-right, anti-lockdown protest in Huntington Beach, California. Naturally, he went down with his camera in tow.
A cancelled new year festival. Idling pad thai vendors and tuk tuk drivers. Deserted bars and massage parlours. No tourists. For one teenage resident, Thailand’s capital is a ghost of its vibrant former self.
The covid-19 outbreak has seen rough sleepers rushed into housing, benefits raised overnight, and the Conservative right’s dream of an ever-shrinking state unceremoniously binned. But will it last?
Cannabis café closures. Designated social areas in public parks. Police patrolling on bikes and boats and hefty fines for breaking the rules. Georgia Boal-Russell – the newly self-titled “Erin Brockovich of hygiene” – reports from The Netherlands.