Harriet Seedhouse addresses men, saying “you need to be calling out sexist behaviours when you see it and challenging it with your friends”
“Black people across the world are bemused at the wilful ignorance of people who refused to see racism in this situation.’ writes Tameika Moore
Rumi’s daughter is Meral Alizada’s first poetry book. Through this interview, she takes us through the storyline and themes behind all the poems tackling themes that go from soul rest and self-love to finding God and spirituality.
Bethany Dawson in conversation with Holocaust survivor Beatrice Gould
Emily Byfield-Riches writes on navigating her mixed heritage and Jewish identity.
Bethany Dawson writes on the bread that acts as the pivot of her Jewish identity.