On Thursday 27th July, together with Shabaka Hutchings, we will curate an evening of conversation, live performance and collective listening of Shabaka’s work, old and new.
In our monthly PoC Book Club we ask, what are you currently reading? Submit a short book review of 150-300 words and we will publish it alongside submissions from other literary nerds.
We collaborated with Platform, Voices that Shake! & Virtual Migrants to tell stories of PoC resistance from around the world.
Would an immigrant by any other name make it as far in Trump’s America? Four women of colour explore the politics of their names.
May’s alliance with the right-wing DUP signals her readiness to barter away the rights of minorities. As LGBT+ we need to remind ourselves, to be complacent during these times is to take our rights for granted.
As a diasporic Zimbabwean, sharing videos on Facebook and subscribing to Ammara’s YouTube channel is the only form of nation-building I might ever know…
On the right to the countryside and how the focus on people of colour living in cities often means that those living in rural areas don’t get the support that they need and have their experiences overlooked…
Twitter is like great sex with an ex, except she yells the N-Word just as she orgasms and ruins everything
Why Latinx is the gender inclusive term that we need…
Alyea Canada explains how a feminist press differs from a regular publishing house and what it means to be an independent outlet that is focused on centering the voices of women of colour while sustaining an expansive definition of womxnhood.
Women’s bodies are battlegrounds – but women also use their bodies to make battlegrounds of the streets, from the steps of Parliament a century ago to the gates of Yarl’s Wood immigration detention centre in 2017.
The munch may be peng, but hipster popularity could be a death sentence for these cultural landmarks.