Following the disturbing revelations of a Black schoolgirl being strip-searched by police officers, crowds rallied against a culture of police abuse and racism. Here’s what went down in East London.
Rebecca Hall’s adaptation of Nella Larsen’s 1929 novel sparked heated debate before it was even released. Here, the actor-turned-director and the film’s star explain why the story still resonates today.
The hotly anticipated sequel to the 1992 horror film has bucketloads of blood, yes. But more terrifying than the legend itself is the devastating real-world inspiration behind it.
From being followed by security guards to products having security tags on them, Black people open up about being made to feel criminalised before they get to the till.
Uprising, the director’s new BBC documentary, explores the events surrounding the deaths, 40 years ago, of 14 young Black people after a South London house party.