The Windrush Scandal: A Generation still Fighting for Justice
The Windrush scandal shook the foundations of Britain. The legacy of trauma and discrimination it has left behind still needs to be addressed and combatted.
The ECJ’s Ruling on Religious Clothing: Why it Threatens Diversity and Inclusion
The ECJ’s recent court ruling on religious and philosophical attire has opened the door for discrimination, and we must do everything we can to stamp it out.
Britain’s South Asian Representations and How to Fix Them
Representation and diversity are the key building blocks for building an inclusive society. British media and institutions must do more to reflect this fact, especially with Britain’s South Asian community.
Racism and Sexual Health: Britain’s Relationship with Colonial Thought
Britain’s history of medical inequalities has threatened thousands of BAME people for years, it is vital that as a nation we look to define and deal with this disparity.
Edible Plants You can Grow at Home
Doing your bit for the environment can oftentimes be dull and mundane, however having your own selection of herbs and spices would do much to change that.
Emma Hayes: Fighting for the Recognition Women’s Football Deserves
Emma Hayes continues to rack up the trophies, while also showcasing that women are more than capable to dominate the footballing world.
David Harewood: A Proponent of Mental Health Awareness
An ambassador for mental health and a world renowned actor, David Harewood is striving for racial equality across Britain.
Jordan Peele: Fighting Racial Inequalities in the Film Industry
Award winning comedian and director Jordan Peele continues his fight against racial inequalities in the performing world.
Lenny Henry CBE: Combating Racism in and out of the Spotlight
Creator of Comic Relief, Lenny Henry has helped Britain to talk about racial issues for decades, and there is no chance of him slowing down yet.
The Pandemic’s Alliance with Climate Change
Tackling climate change is not just vital, it may be the best way to stop further pandemics.
Karl Zelik: Co-Founder of HeroWear and Pioneer of Wearable Assitive Technology
Karl Zelik is helping to further the value of wearable supportive equipment, while also becoming a vital black role model in the world of science.
Alternatives to Fast Fashion
Cutting down on carbon emissions and wasted clothing material is much easier than you think.
Tahlia Gray: Taking Sheer Chemistry to the Forefront of Inclusive Fashion
Tahlia and her inclusive range of tights, from Sheer Chemistry, are helping to redefine fashion through a diverse lens.
Gareth Southgate: The Key to Inclusive Leadership
Inclusive leadership and empathy are two key components in England’s success. We cover how Gareth Southgate implements these ideas into his management.
Health and Wellbeing
How to Better Understand and Alleviate Post-Lockdown Anxiety
Renewed social expectations and the pressure that comes along with them are key components in the growing phenomenon, post-lockdown anxiety.
Positive Discrimination: How it could be Used to Target Inequalities
Positve discrimination is often overlooked, but it already has a significant role in British politics.
Sajid Javid: From ‘Britain’s Most Dangerous Street’ to Newly Appointed Health Secretary
Sajid Javid, the new Health Secretary has overcome much to get to where he is now. Yet he still refuses to allow this to define his identity and his community.
Britain’s First Black Leading Aircraftswoman: Lilian Bader
Lilian broke boundaries, not just for women, but also for ethnic minorities across Britain.
10 of Britain’s Leading Black Business Owners
The UK has thousands of influential black business owners, and here we have highlighted ten of the best. All of their journeys’ and experiences helped them to create successful business