Eman Mohammed fought misogyny to become Gaza’s first female photojournalist. Now a US resident, she’s worried Trump’s language is destroying what makes America great: its diversity, equality and unity.
Political blackness, the idea that anyone non-white can unite under the term black, has a long and proud history. But in 2016, it might well be time to update the language used to fight racism and oppression.
When Eno Mfon arrived at Bristol University, the prospect of immersing herself in the rich cultural history of black performance and literature excited her. In reality there was little space made for her.
What is it really like to be a person of colour living in modern Britain? Twenty-one writers discuss this reality, and share what it means to them in a new crowdfunded anthology fittingly titled The Good Immigrant.
After being racially abused in the street, Vanessa Govinden had a frightening realisation: her band was about to tour a nation fraught with rising xenophobia. This is the story of how she overcame the panic.
It's decided: Donald Trump is leading the Republican Party charge to the White House. The racist rhetoric might grab headlines, but how do young Mexican-Americans living on the border feel about the wall that might destroy world?
Magnum photographer Mark Power collaborated with poet Daniel Cockrill to document the rise in English nationalism in between 2006 and 2010. With hindsight, the project appears like an eerie map of Brexit Britain.