Activism

The activist museum fighting back against homelessness
Season of Hope

The activist museum fighting back against homelessness

The Museum of Homelessness is using the stories of those often forgotten to reclaim their humanity and campaign for an end to homelessness.

Written by: Isaac Muk

COP28: UK must show leadership to help solve escalating climate crisis
Activism

COP28: UK must show leadership to help solve escalating climate crisis

As the international climate summit continues in Dubai, Friends of the Earth’s international climate campaigner Rachel Kennerley writes on the government’s need to act.

Written by: Rachel Kennerley

How Skateistan gave skateboarding a mission for change
Skateboarding

How Skateistan gave skateboarding a mission for change

Skateistan’s The World On Board campaign unites the global skate community to transform even more young people’s lives through skateboarding.

Written by: Oisín Tammas

Enter Shikari, Kneecap and more on why musicians are calling for a permanent ceasefire in Gaza
Activism

Enter Shikari, Kneecap and more on why musicians are calling for a permanent ceasefire in Gaza

Over 1200 musicians, performers and artists have signed an open letter, organised by Jeremy Corbyn’s Peace and Justice Project.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Why we took action to highlight Britain’s complicity in Israel’s apartheid of Palestinians
Activism

Why we took action to highlight Britain’s complicity in Israel’s apartheid of Palestinians

Last week the Copwatch Network hacked ads across the capital to expose the role of politicians, business people and media figures in the oppression of Palestine.

Written by: Copwatch Network

The everyday voices silenced in our coverage of the Middle East
Opinion

The everyday voices silenced in our coverage of the Middle East

Until women and young people are heard, we won’t break this cycle of destruction and dehumanisation, argues director Maysoon Pachachi.

Written by: Maysoon Pachachi

In photos: the gay rights movement of the ‘80s and ‘90s
Photography

In photos: the gay rights movement of the ‘80s and ‘90s

When he moved to London in 1978, photographer Sunil Gupta found a country still wracked by deep homophobia and a burgeoning protest movement resisting it.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Toussaint Louverture: The Story of the Only Successful Slave Revolt in History
Verso

Toussaint Louverture: The Story of the Only Successful Slave Revolt in History

This excerpt from the impassioned and beautifully drawn story of the Haitian revolution, originally by C.L.R. James, is a must read.

Written by: C.L.R. James

The photographers fundraising for Medical Aid in Palestine
Photography

The photographers fundraising for Medical Aid in Palestine

2LAB, an independent photography exhibition space, started the With Humans project to raise vital funds for those living in Gaza.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Why we’ll risk becoming criminals to give out tents to homeless people
Season of Hope

Why we’ll risk becoming criminals to give out tents to homeless people

As the Home Secretary threatens to criminalise them and many like them, grassroots group Streets Kitchen explain why they will continue their vital support work.

Written by: Streets Kitchen

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