With Afro-Colombians facing multiple threats of violence, the need for a national Black rights movement is more urgent than ever.
Photographer Serbest Salih teaches vulnerable communities how the act of documentation can help them to process their own experience.
Karma Cans used to cater for some of the biggest corporations in the capital – until the pandemic hit. But as their profit margins shifted, so did their priorities.
The Gambian-British photographer, who tragically died in the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017, is being celebrated in a new public art project.
Last night a group of Jewish activists projected images onto the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, calling for action on Israel’s occupation of Palestine.
The pandemic has wrecked the livelihoods of sex workers everywhere. But in Cape Town – where police brutality is already rife – the struggles are even more acute.
Across the country, landlords, letting agencies and tenant management companies are being challenged – and beaten – by grassroots organisers.
A new documentary explores the fallout of the infamous school shooting, following the affected students as they become both activists and celebrities.
A new documentary looks back on the artist’s divisive career, from his shunning of the art establishment to his work with the Act Up AIDS campaign.
As the coronavirus changes our consumption habits, New York’s freegans – or ‘dumpster divers’ – are flourishing.
We speak to a member of Tribe Named Athari – formerly known as LDN BLM – about the recent protests, and how they plan to keep the fight going.
During the ’80s, the Dalston staple was a hub for community organising. A new book brings together photography and oral testimonies to tell its story.