Following the release of his latest album, the rapper talks about finding a new approach to songwriting, attitudes to poverty, and why his music is more than a political statement.
The government is hiding behind falling unemployment figures while workers in almost every industry continue to suffer, writes Ella Glover.
A new documentary, We’re Still Here, follows activist groups and social housing tenants caught up in London’s rampant social cleansing.
Photographer Judith Black spent years capturing her experience as a single parent, celebrating everyday moments that otherwise go unnoticed.
Whether he’s photographing miners in Bolivia or a village disco in Poland, Witold Krassowski is ultimately drawn to the things that unite us.
The Fightback is a new Huck series platforming the activists making a vital difference in their local communities – and we want to hear from you.
In the ’80s, photographer Richard Davis moved to Manchester, where he fell in with a community of artists, punks and travellers.
Allimento is a new dry food supplement that is set to be offered to the state’s low-income communities, in a bid to tackle ‘food waste and poor nutrition.’
The city of Gary, Indiana is an abandoned, desolate place, one of the most dangerous in the United States. Amongst the decay and the danger photographer Matthew Smith documents a city in crisis.
For the residents of Pine Ridge, South Dakota, existence is caged by invisible borders.
It’s easy to alienate people as a rich white person in a foreign land. If you’re thinking about volunteering abroad or working for an NGO, here are five things to think about to ensure your contribution is positive.
In 2011, photographer Joakim Eskildsen set out to capture Americans living below the poverty line. His images reveal the harsh and shocking reality of poverty in the United States. So, what happened to the American dream?