Micah Richards: Documentary stresses importance of learning why racism takes place...

Micah Richards: Tackling Racism in Football is available on Sky Documentaries; former Man City and England defender discusses education over racism, including the power of Colin Kaepernick taking a knee...


58 years later, Malcolm X’s words are still reigning true...

“The most disrespected person in America is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America is the black woman.”


David Vance was just the cherry on top...

If you googled Grime rapper Wiley’s name a month ago, you would’ve been inundated with articles across mainstream media speaking on an anti-semetic Twitter rant he went on.


Black women in South Africa are being murdered and we need to talk about it...

The worst hit country on the continent of Africa for Covid 19, South Africa is in the midst of another crisis, with their Femcide rate at 5x the global average...


The biggest problem with facial recognition technology? It's racist.

To fully understand the reason why companies such as IBM and Amazon have paused in providing the United States police with the technology, click here to read this article by ACLU... 


Not everyone can get out to protest in London. Click here at 2pm to watch the LDN BLM Protest live on Zoom.

Join the protest online with live footage co and content from the speakers. Click here. It starts at 2pm Sunday 7th June, the link holds up to 100,000 people.


Black Excellence Is Not Just a Hashtag. It’s an Economic Lifeline

Take some time to read this brilliant article by Podcaster and Poet, George The Poet...


Today would’ve been Breonna Taylor’s birthday, and still no justice

Whilst we continue to mourn the loss of George Floyd, we can’t forget the fact that no one is being held accountable for Breonna Taylor’s death.


All four former officers involved in George Floyd's killing now face charges

Derek Chauvin has now had his charge upgraded to second degree murder. The three other officers, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng, who helped restrain Floyd, and Tou Thao...


The link between systematic racism and the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on black people and other ethnic minorities.

Watch this video with Dr Winston Morgan, a reader in toxicology and clinical biochemistry at the University of East London, explain…


Could reparations from the UK address gender inequality in Barbados?..

As Covid-19 worsens the gender inequity in the Caribbean, the Barbadian prime minister is calling on the UK to pay up...


What Black Americans expect of new president Joe Biden...

This is not about sitting on the fence, this is about radical change. Read what FT Picture Editor Esan Swan has to say...


Black Police Officers Describe The Racist Attacks They Faced As They Protected The Capitol...

Two Black officers told BuzzFeed News that their chief and other upper management left them totally unprepared and were nowhere to be found on the day.


What tradition are you fighting to protect?

A viral video forced a wealthy Texas suburb to confront racism -  Southlake is known for its top-ranked public schools. But a heated fight over a diversity plan has some parents questioning their future in the city...


This post won’t be a long one. But it will be one we all need to pay attention to.

Stop sharing videos and photos of Black people being harmed by the police. You can fight the cause without sharing it.


Reading book is great. Taking action is better.

The past few weeks has been a learning experience for many. White people all over have woken up and realised that we live in a society that benefits them and punishes others, namely Black people.


Let’s talk about reparations… yep in the UK too.

The case for reparations is something that you’ve most likely heard about before. Probably most recently in the context of America. 40 acres and a mule sound familiar?


Who’s Edward Colston and why was his statue pulled down?

By now you probably would have heard that during the BLM protests in Bristol, the Statue of Edward Colston was pulled down and thrown in the river. But why?


The economic divide between races in the US is just as big as it was in 1968

A key indication of how systemic the problem of racism is in the US, is the state of who holds the majority of the economic health.


Why the Protests in the U.S. Are an Awakening for Non-Black People Around the World

If you do one thing today, read this article from Sudanese-Australian writer, Yassmin Abdel-Magied on exactly why racism is not just an American problem.


London police twice as likely to fine black people over lockdown breaches

The Met (London’s Police Force and England’s largest Police Force) are facing claims that they are yet again biased, after a recent study commissioned by The Guardian...


John Boyega showed all of us how you stand up for what you believe in

John Boyega, known for his role in the Star Wars saga, gave us all a lesson in protest when he delivered an emotional speech to Protesters in the capital on Wednesday...


Police Brutality and Systemic Racism is a UK problem too.

Yes the numbers of deaths caused by Police in the UK are a lot less, but it doesn’t mean we aren’t part of the problem.