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25 June 2022
Pride Month : Gay Designers In Fashion
In honour of Pride Month, join us as we take a look back and celebrate the most iconic gay fashion designers.
15 June 2022
'You Can't Sit With Us' - Clothes, Culture & Race In Fashion
The fashion industry is fickle and represents a quagmire with its ‘you can’t sit with us’ attitude. Fashion houses draw inspiration from the culture of often ethnic minority and marginalised groups - why are they denied a seat at the table?
8 June 2022
World Ocean Week: Revisiting Netflix’s ‘Seaspiracy’
World Ocean Week runs June 5 - June 13 and what better way to celebrate than look back and review ‘Seaspiracy’?
2 June 2022
Brighton Fringe Review : 'Rough Night'
We’ve all undoubtedly had a rough night, but I’m willing to bet that it wasn’t quite as rough as this one was. Rough Night unfolds over four friends’ social media accounts where each friend is a piece of the puzzle; it’s up to you to solve it.
1 June 2022
In Photos: Bring The Paint Festival
Bring The Paint Festival’s fifth annual instalment took place last week between 23-29 May in Leicester. Luckily, I was able to attend and figured what better way to showcase the artwork on show than through photos?
24 May 2022 – 29 May 2022
Bring The Paint launches in Leicester
Leicester from May 23 to May 29 will be host to the country’s largest international street art festival, featuring forty-five new public artworks alongside interactive events and workshops. Take a sneak peek at what’ll be on offer!
11 May 2022
The Nationality & Borders Act: The cost of 'Taking Back Control'
Priti Patel’s ‘Nationality & Borders Bill’ is now officially an act following a tumultuous legislative process. Boris Johnson’s government seems to have taken one step closer to ‘taking back control of our borders’, but at what cost?
5 May 2022
Voice Retrospects : George Orwell’s Animal Farm
We take a look at a book which you either should’ve read or need to add to your reading list, ASAP!
25 April 2022
The lessons Britain should learn from Australia about the Nationality and Borders Bill
Priti Patel’s polarising ‘Nationality & Borders Bill’ seems set to be passed very soon by Parliament. Australia has implemented very similar policies of ‘offshore processing’ and ‘boat push-backs’, what can be learnt from this?
7 April 2022
Voice Retrospects: East Is East
Retrospects this week will take a look at the cult classic film just as relevant today as it was in 1999 – East Is East.
7 April 2022
Money talks: the Tory's economic track record
Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s ‘Spring Statement’ has been met with a tepid reception. The Conservatives are faced with a cost of living crisis, despite being the party of ‘fiscal responsibility’; we explore this claim.
1 April 2022
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: A not-so-warm homecoming
After finally been released from detention and reunited with her family in the UK, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been met with racism, xenophobia, and sexism, and accused of being ‘ungrateful’ to a government that failed her.
31 March 2022
Interview with Sharon Gaffka: former Love-Islander & activist
Sharon Gaffka is perhaps best known for her appearance on last year’s summer season of Love Island. What is less known is that she has since been using her platform to champion causes like anti-racism, and we talk to her about this.
30 March 2022
Partygate rumbles on as fines are issued over No.10 parties
Following a formal inquiry into the illegal lockdown parties, police have issued twenty fines to partygoers, both proving their illegality and also calling into question Boris Johnson’s position.
25 March 2022
'All Is Fair In Love And War' – Free Speech In Combat Sports
MMA is a burgeoning sport and it is gaining increasing popularity and commercial success by the day. Yet, the sport is in its infancy and needs to better define its stance on one incredibly important issue - free speech and ‘trash talk’.
24 March 2022
The Spring Statement - What does it mean for you?
Rishi Sunak has just announced his mini-budget but what does all it mean for the younger generation?
24 March 2022
Interview with Nikhwat Marawat, The Delicate Mind
Nikhwat Marawat is the founder of the award-winning mental health charity The Delicate Mind. Nikhwat’s charity was founded after his brother died by suicide and serves racialised communities, tackling mental health.
22 March 2022
Interview with Sabrina Clarke and Zena Tuitt, Niche On Demand
Sabrina Clarke and Zena Tuitt are the founding members of Black creative studio - Niche On Demand. Hailing from a financial background the pair executive produces, funds, and distributes original content from Black creatives.
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