Nigeria’s protests against police brutality have gone global, and while the government has since promised to disband SARS, demonstrators are vowing to keep on the pressure.
After almost a decade of worsening tensions and increasing harassment, writer and activist Phil Samba argues that it’s time to take radical action.
With Afro-Colombians facing multiple threats of violence, the need for a national Black rights movement is more urgent than ever.
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.
Over 20 years since the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry, the report’s findings remain true: the UK police are institutionally racist.
This week, thousands took to the city’s streets to march against racism and police brutality. Photographer Theo McInnes joined them.
You may be identifying and calling out racism on social media, but that doesn’t make you absolved from its evils. There is still so much more work to do.
From misty nightscapes to civil unrest, Josh Sinn has spent years capturing the heart of a complex, often misunderstood city.
The uniformed street gangs who inspired The Warriors were violent pillars of community identity, before being destroyed by gentrification and the drug trade.
Jabulani Ngozi of the Black Roots and author Richard King reflect on how a radical spirit of resistance in the 1980s shaped the city’s unique music culture.
A jury has indicted Sandra Bland's arresting officer for perjury, and the federal response to her depression speaks to a country-wide problem in the treatment of mentally ill individuals by police.
Trust in American police is at a 22-year low. Now Senior officers are exploring if unarmed officers could challenge a culture of institutional brutality.