Alaia La emphasises the importance of Singapore’s Pink Dot event in a country where homosexuality remains criminalised.
Lina Idrees reflects on the recent spotlighted cases of gender-based violence in Pakistan and its enduring narrative which has preserved a culture of impunity.
Students and university staff from Exeter for Palestine call for the University to be held accountable for their role in Israeli state violence.
Students attend demonstration protesting the evictions of Palestinians in Eastern Jerusalem.
Print Editor Bryony Gooch looks at the University of Leicester’s decision to axe Medieval Literature as an attempt to decolonise the curriculum.
Online Features Editor Rebecca Wells speaks to Professor Louise Lawrence about the department’s, and her own, efforts to comprehend what “decolonisation” means within Theology and Religion.
Black History Month 2020: A New Reflection Online Editor Ria Kalsi discusses the changing importance of Black History Month. We are nearly halfway through Black History Month 2020. This year, the importance of the month has taken on new, deserved levels of appreciation. However, the distinction of what this month means, both independently and in […]
A comprehensive historical run-down of the Rock Against Racism organisation of the late ’70s.
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.
An open letter to the Students’ Guild and University management seeking to “fully diffuse anti-racist rhetoric and policy into the University” has been signed by over 850 students and alumni.