Racial stereotypes and discriminatory narratives have to be tackled and dissolved entirely if we hope to ever see a society free of racism.
Conversations are always the leaders of social change. When David Egube found they were lacking at the University of Surrey, he created a place where he could make sure these were being had.
To fight the battle against racism, we have to start by understanding where it takes its roots and how it manifests itself in our daily lives.
Society’s history with racism only highlights the importance of concepts such as black excellence.
Sapphire Lally writes on racism within academia, focusing on STEM.
Is the removal of some of our statues and memorials erasing history or simply acknowledging all parts of it?
If you sit around and wait for those in power to end the troubles that we are facing, you’ll be waiting a long time” – Malcolm X
“the most disrespected person in America, is the black woman” – Malcom X
Hannah Bailey writes on the voices they heard at Guildford’s Black Lives Matter protest on the 10th of June.
Sarah Surget reports on the Black Lives Matter protest in Guildford on 6th June 2020.