Does a racially just future need to include reparations for transatlantic slavery or is that a distraction from achieving equality for future generations? KA Dilday and Kehinde Andrews disagree on…
Jonathan Lee reports on the forgotten victims of Europe’s last refugee crisis.
Minnie Rahman on the legal fight against the British government’s racist ‘right to rent’ policy.
The election results come as no surprise after a campaign marked by racist violence, argues Hsiao-Hung Pai.
Conrad Landin reports from a vigil in memory of Stanislav Tomas, a Roma man who died following a brutal arrest by police in the Czech Republic.
Husna Rizvi speaks to the activist-authors of A FLY Girl’s Guide to Cambridge – a new book on women of colour navigating, and resisting, elite power.
As employment dwindles and mass evictions loom, Keira Dignan and Frans Jansson speak to the grassroots food collective feeding Athens’ increasingly precarious population.
Trinidadian musician Anthony Joseph tells Subi Shah about how important it is for his children to know about Windrush.
What would be the cost of reparations for the transatlantic slave trade and ongoing support of fossil fuels? Sahar Shah and Harpreet Kaur Paul explore the Lloyd’s insurance market.
Community-based initiatives are helping keep people safe where the police fail. Lucilla Harrell and Amy Hall speak to organizers in Puerto Rico, Brazil and the US.
Amy Hall speaks to Marcia Rigg of the United Families and Friends Campaign about the impact of deaths in state custody and how families in the UK have been fighting for justice.
Under the cover of Israel’s attack on Gaza, armed settlers and soldiers are erasing entire Bedouin villages in the West Bank. Tom Anderson reports.
The British state is complicit in their deaths, argues Jun Pang.
Vanessa Baird imagines turning the tide on wage inequality.
In Brazil, misogynoir – misogyny directed at black women – has been used to fire up President Jair Bolsonaro’s machismo base, and divert the population’s attention away from his failings. Leonardo Sakomoto writes.
Jo Lateu, Peter Whittaker, and JP O’Malley on the latest releases in Left publishing.
In Rio de Janeiro, even bystanders are falling victim to brutal policing tactics, reports Leonardo Sakamoto.
Louise Gray reviews the latest music releases by Songs of Our Native Daughters and Ibibio Sound Machine.
Isabelle Merminod and Tim Baster report from the Greek islands where thousands are ‘contained’ in crowded camps. Meanwhile on the mainland, refugees are rebuilding their lives.