The trailblazing Chinese artist celebrates the activist history of postcards and letter writing in his new book, Yours Truly – Art, Human Rights, and the Power of Writing a Letter.
In a corner of East London, a grassroots movement has forced fans into a move they never imagined: forming a new club of their own.
For years, Seyran Ateş has been pushing for progress in the international Muslim community, building LGBTQ-friendly mosques and fighting for gender equality.
We asked people at this year’s Afropunk Brooklyn about their vision for activism, the future of civil rights and the fight for equality in Trump’s America.
Ahead of Discwoman’s Concrete Lates show at London’s Southbank Centre, we speak to the women-led collectives fighting for a safer, more representative nightlife.
Whether its the mistreatment of immigrant communities, or his experience living as a disabled person in Trump’s America, the singer and multi-instrumentalist is ready to speak up.
Artist-turned-journalist Molly Crabapple shares the wisdom that led her to become one of the most determined – and effective – political voices of our time.
We meet five organisations who are shaking up the system: challenging police brutality, rising rents and the country’s pro-colonialist sentiments.
This month, protestors in Ireland are taking to the streets to demonstrate against the country’s housing crisis.
Philly rock band Nothing have braved a tough road – from death and beatdowns to prison and scandal – but now that they’ve reached their apex, frontman Domenic Palermo is making peace with chaos.
Eco activist Aniela Gottwald is working her way through the American wilderness to campaign for better environmental protection.
This issue is all about determination – to reject the status quo, to rise above the noise or just to forge your own path in life.