Black History Month
Mary Seacole: Medicine in the Crimean War
In the autumn of 1853, a major military conflict broke out in Europe and spread across the globe, claiming over 600,000 lives along the way.
Our Top 5 Female Football Players of All Time
The History Of Women In Sport
The problem with women in sport isn’t just the fact that they are underrepresented and undervalued. But that despite being as good, if not better than their male counterparts the majority of sports women were rarely given the same opportunities.
Not Just A Pretty Face: The Rise Of Female Sport Presenters
It’s no secret that women are largely underrepresented in sports, and female sport presenters are even more so. Why? Sexism and misogyny are definitely to blame here.
Meet the Patrons of South Asian Heritage Month
The Story Of Anita Rani: The Founding Patron of SAHM
Anita Rani is one of the most recognised British South Asian faces in the UK, she has graced our screens for almost 20 years and does much to support integration and inclusion
The Great Genius of Alan Turing
Among many other things Alan Turing was a mathematician, computer scientist and a cryptanalyst. He is considered to be the father of theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence.
Learn the ABC of the LGBTQIA+
David Harewood: A Proponent of Mental Health Awareness
Actor, director, and activist David Harewood MBE is famed for his plethora of acting roles, as well as his pursuits as a driving force of change for cultural issues, such as mental health and racism
Black History Month
Mawa Theatre: Shakespeare Through the Eyes of Black British Women
Launched in 2020, Mawa Theatre Company is the first all-Black, all-female theatre company in the UK that focusses on presenting Shakespeare’s work through the eyes of Black British women.
Britain’s First Black Leading Aircraftswoman: Lilian Bader
Lilian broke boundaries, not just for women, but also for ethnic minorities across Britain.
How Cancel Culture Affects Mental Health
What is cancel culture?
The concept that a person can become ‘cancelled’ can be referred to culturally excluding them from having a significant public platform or line of work. This subject has been a contentious issue of debate in recent years.
Black History Month
Black Britons’ Who Shocked the World: Middleweight World Champion Randolph Turpin
Boxer Randolph Turpin was born to an English mother and black father in the 1920s in Leamington, UK.
Andrew Watson: Football’s Forgotten Hero
Among his many titles, Andrew Watson was the first black man to play football internationally, the first black man to captain for Scotland, the first black man to win a major Cup competition, the first black man to be appointed as a football administrative, but above all Andrew Watson helped form football as we know it today.
Commonwealth Games 2022
Five Surprising Facts About Birmingham
If you have arrived in Birmingham for the Commonwealth Games you may be wondering what’s so special about this city, a home to over 1 million people.
Commonwealth Games 2022
How Commonwealth Migrants Changed British Society
The UK is considered one of the most multicultural countries in the world. Its attitude towards celebrating British culture is inclusive of its diverse population but this hasn’t always been the case.
Cyrille Tchatchet: An 8-year Weight for Team England
Cyrille Tchatchet (26) is a weightlifter representing England this summer at the Commonwealth Games in the 96kg category. However, his journey to squad selection is not the typical athlete’s tale. Eight years ago, Tchatchet’s life was very different…
Power to our Para-Athletes
Major sporting events always create a big buzz as they showcase the best of human physical performance. Para Sports however, go a step further
Women Of The Commonwealth Games
The Commonwealth Games in Birmingham are just around the corner – and it is bringing a lot of new and exciting things with it! All eyes will be on the up-and-coming city as countries flock their athletes to England for the first time since 2002.
Will Football Ever Have An Out Player?: Jake Daniels Answers
We published an article just a few months ago titled ‘Will football ever have an out player?’ Well 17-year-old Blackpool FC player; Jake Daniels has just answered our question.
Sarah Storey: A Paralympian Heroine
Although April has passed, here at the Inclusion Post we believe in acknowledging inspirational female athletes year around. And we couldn’t honour women in sport without taking a moment to celebrate the multitalented, multiple gold medalist Dame Sarah Storey.
Jeanette Kwakye: Sprinting Towards Broadcasting
This month, we’re celebrating women in sport. And few better have demonstrated how success is possible if you have passion and perseverance than Jeanette Kwakye.
Achieving a Career Golden Slam: How Serena Williams Has Transformed Tennis
Serena Williams is undeniably one of the best female athletes of our time. Ranked singles world No. 1 for over 300 weeks, Williams has continuously proved her place among the greats in sport.
Sally Gunnell: Hurdling Towards Gold
Sally Gunnell OBE DL is undoubtedly an inspiration to any aspiring female athlete. She is the only woman in sporting history to simultaneously win all four major competitions
5 Inspirational Female Paralympians
There have been many impressive female athletes over the years, but female Paralympians have often been overlooked.
Caitlyn Jenner: From America’s Athletic Hero to Trans Rights Trendsetter
Who is Caitlyn Jenner? A beloved athlete, America’s hero, a successful businesswoman, a parent, reality TV star, and a trans-rights activist.
TDOV: The Transgender Female Pioneers of Our Time
To celebrate this year’s International Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV). We have decided to pay homage to the influential trans women that changed the course of history but are often omitted from it.
7 Facts You Didn’t Know About International Women’s Day
March 8th marks this year’s International Women’s Day – the celebration of women worldwide. it’s a day to “Celebrate women’s achievement. Raise awareness against bias. Take action for equality”.
Will English football ever have an out player?
With out and proud sportsmen in almost every other sport, why in 2022 do we not have a male footballer flying the rainbow flag in the Premier League?
Sex Education S3- Review
Me and White Supremacy Review
Me and White Supremacy is a book written by Layla Saad. Layla Saad is an East African, Arab, British, Black, Muslim woman who was born in Wales and is based in Doha, Qatar.
Raheem Sterling: An Outspoken Voice Against Racism
One of England’s most esteemed and well respected footballers, Raheem Sterling, is a superb athlete with astounding personal resilience.
18-year-old Emma Raducanu wins The US Open
British tennis player Emma Raducanu was just eighteen years old when she shocked the world with her US Open victory.
‘Stephen’ Docu-Series Review
The three-part docu-series Stephern tells the story of Doreen and Neville Lawrence’s ongoing struggle to find justice and closure for their son.
Hannah Mills, Plastic Pollution and Sailing Sustainability
Hannah Mills is not only a British Olympic champion, she is also a leading figure in the fight against Plastic Pollution.
Come From Away: The Musical About the Diverted Planes on 9/11
On 9/11, there’s so much we have to mourn. But it’s worth also taking a moment to celebrate the solidarity and generosity shown that day. The musical Come From Away does just that.
Body Positivity: How to Help Combat the Underrepresentation of Men
For decades now the body positivity movement has helped countless women. It is vital that we now spread that same influence towards young men.
Dina Asher-Smith: A Disappointing Olympics but a Bright Future
Dina Asher-Smith had a disappointing Tokyo 2020, but she is looking to help the experience springboard her into the 2021-2022 season.
Naomi Campbell: Supporting the Disadvantaged and the Ignored
Naomi Campbell has been labelled many things in her career, often without justification. She is however a pioneer in the fashion industry and someone who has always fought for the disadvantaged.
Top Ten Most Inclusive Cultural Events in Britain
Britain has a plethora of cultural events to attend that help to celebrate diversity and inclusion, here we have outlined a few for you to look forward to in the coming months.