As the first installment in a new mini- series on “decolonising” the curriculum, Online Features Editor speaks to Nandini Chatterjee of the History department to find out what they have been doing to change the curriculum.
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.
White Privilege: The importance of educating yourself Print Features editor Bethany Collins discusses how learning about white privilege has changed her perspective I have white privilege. Learning how I benefit from racism is an uncomfortable truth to swallow but that isn’t and shouldn’t be the centre of the narrative. This conversation isn’t about me. In […]
Print Screen Editor Francesca Sylph shares 5 documentaries to aid you on your anti-racism journey.
Print Screen Editor Francesca Sylph shares what she considers to be essential viewing for supporting, uplifting and understanding black stories.
Exeposé writers Jake Bradshaw and Olivia Garrett write about the black filmmakers that deserve recognition for the contributions to the film industry.
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.
Neha Shaji discusses the University of Exeter’s covert imperial history.