Race

  • Long Reads

    “Why Beyoncé's historic Coachella performance was so important”

    Beyoncé is the first black woman, and the second woman of any race, to headline the music festival

    Posted by
    Danielle Dash
    Published
  • Visible Women

    Remembering Edmonia Lewis, the female sculptor who defied the rules

    She was a celebrated artist of colour at a time when slavery dominated American life.

    Posted by
    Anna-Marie Crowhurst
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  • People

    Paris Jackson begs fans to stop altering the colour of her skin

    “I am what I am.”

    Posted by
    Susan Devaney
    Published
  • Visible Women

    “I have been a black feminist activist for 25 years. This is what I’ve learned”

    Marai Larasi, executive director of black and minority ethnic women’s organisation Imkaan, shares what she knows about meaningful feminist activism.

    Posted by
    Marai Larasi
    Published
  • Life

    The Oscars prove there's an appetite for diversity in film. So where is it?

    There’s no excuse for the film industry to keep on ignoring underrepresented groups

    Posted by
    Emily Reynolds
    Published
  • Books

    Why London’s Big Read initiative is so important

    "As long as you are reading, thinking and engaging with books, you really cannot go wrong."

    Posted by
    Sarah Biddlecombe
    Published
  • Long Reads

    “Why Black Panther is the film we've all been waiting for”

    Marvel's most anticipated movie is a love letter to dark skinned black women

    Posted by
    Danielle Dash
    Published
  • Beauty

    Adwoa Aboah and Ashley Graham join forces in beauty campaign for a cause

    The 'Live Boldly' movement hopes to advocate inclusivity within the beauty industry

    Posted by
    Jadie Troy-Pryde
    Published
  • People

    Lupita Nyong’o is writing a children’s book with a beautiful message

    It's a story of self-acceptance

    Posted by
    Sonya Barber
    Published
  • Visible Women

    Amber Tamblyn calls on Disney to add more women of colour to their board

    The company’s response was encouraging, but more change is still needed.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published