Photographers Pirkle Jones and Ruth-Marion Baruch aimed to debunk the myths surrounding the party, revealing what wasn’t shown in the media.
With reports of police brutality and rising racism, the country is getting ready to fight.
From the Million Man March to #FeesMustFall, photographer Adreinne Waheed celebrates the ‘beauty and resilience’ of African American culture.
What began as an artistic practice by musician Petite Noir has quickly morphed into a state of mind; a way of expressing the identity of the African diaspora.
Afro-Napoli United is a social project set up to integrate refugees and fight racism through football. But in winning success on the pitch, has it compromised the ideals on which it was founded?
The poet, activist and writer talks racism, Conservatives of colour, and why the Windrush scandal was no surprise to black people in Britain.
In a new project, photographer Phil Kneenn heads to the outskirts of Pretoria and Johannesburg to capture the regions’ forgotten communities.
Labour is not immune from the prejudice that permeates our society, writes Dawn Foster, but the left can do better than take advice from the Tories.
The United Borders Project is uniting young people from two rival areas in Harlesden – bringing them together through music, mentoring and media classes.
In 2017 stories about race gave us little to celebrate, teaching Otamere Guobadia that racial justice and equality isn’t always moving forward.
New York photographer Juan Veloz reflects on his heritage in a new series, taking powerful portraits of the tensions between Haitians and Dominicans.
The NFL is finally waking up to issues of race, both in and out of the game. Now more than ever, British football must follow suit.