The Trump administration walked back a ban on international students attending online only classes – but many are still uneasy about their freedom to study without the looming threat of deportation.
He was the most famous climate activist in the UK, fighting the good fight two decades before Extinction Rebellion. Then he went to ground – until now.
It’s been 100 days since Keir Starmer was elected leader of the Labour Party. So, how has he gone down with “ver kidz”? 17-year-old Shivam Chowdhary wades in...
“If Cummings can break lockdown, then so can I”: Britain’s illegal ravers defend their right to party
Illegal parties are sweeping the nation, provoking both media ire and memories of the Second Summer of Love. But in the midst of a global pandemic, are we witnessing a genuine rave renaissance? Or just by a bunch of #covidiots?
Many Black Britons have been denied the privilege of high quality and fair mental health services for too long. Black Minds Matter is the charity fighting back by connecting Black therapists to Black individuals for free.
Here five fitness fanatics tell us how the continued closure of gyms is impacting both their physical and mental health.
Working as a gigantic urban laboratory, the forthcoming proto-town at the foot of Mount Fuji provides a place where artificial intelligence rubs shoulders with humanity.
Kevin Maxwell didn’t think being Black and gay would hold him back in his dream career with the UK police. But, as his book Forced Out reveals, his experience was soured by racism, homophobia and the shocking behaviour of his colleagues from day one.
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.
Last week was a major victory for #SaveNour campaigners fighting to protect the local institution. The entirely digital campaign was crucial to the cause. With Nour safe, the community is ready to tackle the wider gentrification of the area.
While Twitter was quick to to add a warning to Trump’s recent “when the looting starts, the shooting starts” tweet, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg decided roll over, citing a commitment to “free expression”. It’s a move which staff saw as capitulation. So, what’s behind the company’s reluctance to clamp down?
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.
On 14th June, you can show socially-distanced solidarity for the survivors and bereaved families of the Grenfell Tower tragedy from home.
Thousands continue to march demanding justice for Breonna Taylor, who was murdered by police. And some innovative protesters in the Bluegrass state are livestreaming action in the streets, both for inclusion and for accountability.
AKA Jane Roe director-producer Nick Sweeney on the Roe v. Wade plaintiff and Norma McCorvey’s complicated, colourful life.
As protestors across the US find themselves smothered by an intoxicating smog that causes tearing, burning and trouble breathing, four experts outline the dangers of so-called “non-lethal” weapons that are banned in warfare, yet remain legal for domestic matters of law enforcement.
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.
“The turnout was amazing, we expected 500 people, there were thousands.”