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 Music Editor, Bridie Adams, assesses whether it was right to remove the controversial Colston Statue in Bristol
Zoë Wilkinson explains her displacement upon arrival at Exeter and the spark of a racial identity crisis.
Zoë Wilkinson shares her experiences of fetishised race as well as questioning racialised beauty standards in Exeter.
Justice Begins At Home Emmanuel Onapa writes on how black people in the US and UK are united in their experience of state violence and racial injustice. On May 25 2020, Derek Chauvin, a white police officer in Minneapolis, pressed his knee on the neck of George Floyd, an African American father, for 8 minutes […]
Amy Butterworth reports on President Trump’s labelling of Covid-19 and the implications of his racist language A photographer for the Washington Post recently captured that US President Donald Trump had specifically crossed out “coronavirus” in his notes for the press conference, in order to replace it with the racist phrase “Chinese virus”, all in quintessential […]
Dr Joseph Lee, a senior lecturer in the Law School, has confirmed that he was the owner of the anti-racist poster that was vandalised in December last year. Dr Lee, who is BAME, identifies as an immigrant Asian academic. He discovered the vandalism upon returning to work on 5 December after the 2019 strike action […]
Jaysim Hanspal, Print Features Editor, review ‘Trojan Horse’.
Catherine Loyd dissects the racist narratives that have emerged around the Corona Virus and links it to the racism that emerged around Ebola.
Exeposé speaks to Professor Tim Quine, Deputy Vice Chancellor Education, about racist vandalism and whether his recent comments disrespected Exeter’s transgender community. When speaking to Professor Tim Quine, the University of Exeter’s Deputy Vice Chancellor for Education and perhaps one of the most powerful figures in the institution, you appreciate his unfiltered honesty. Our interview […]