Bridie Adams speaks about the potential dangers of social media activism and offers advice on how to avoid being labelled a superficial ally
Lebanon: the Revolution Continues Clara Akiki explores protests past and present: in the wake of catastrophe, the Lebanese continue to demand change The Lebanese Revolution first sparked in October 2019. Today, in the aftermath of a devastating explosion that destroyed Beirut last Tuesday, the Lebanese persist in their fight against the ruling elite and corruption […]
Online Editor, Maddie Baker, speaks to Maia Thomas, a Politics student at Exeter and the co-organiser of the Black Lives Matter Protest in Exeter – discussing the protest itself and her experiences.
Print Screen Editor Francesca Sylph reviews Michaela Coel’s harrowing and hilarious sexual consent drama I May Destroy You.
Niamh Walsh discusses Hollywood’s problematic ‘white saviour narrative’ which upholds white supremacy and colonialist ideals.
Exeter Theatre Community open up about new “Opening Up” Initiative Print Editor Kamila Bell reports on the new anti-racist initiative within the Exeter Theatre community, “Opening Up”. The University of Exeter Theatre community is introducing a new collaborative initiative of inclusivity called “Opening Up”. On 14 June, Chad St. Louis, fourth-year History student and incumbent […]
William Thorton reviews the latest record from frenetic hip-hop duo Run the Jewels
Francesca Sylph discusses the unanswered absence of Angela Davis’ sexuality in the current racial movement and the key role of intersectionality.
Joshua Fundafunda discusses his own experience of the Black Lives Matter protests over the past month, and offers guidance towards how we can all be better allies.
Austin Taylor reviews and recommends Zora Neale Hurston’s famous novel Their Eyes Were Watching God.