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With its new podcast, Naked Politics gives a snapshot of the variety and diversity of young Black people’s experiences in the UK
BY JENNIFER HAKIM

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The show is a pretty accurate portrayal of women of colour's experience working in academia, but doesn't dig deep enough
BY SOHEL SARKAR

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Even backtracked, OnlyFans' intention to ban explicit content reeks of prejudice, and reveals where its loyalty truly lies
BY EMMA FLINT

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Words related to disability have different journeys, some reclaimed by the community and some banned - but where do they even come from?
BY MEG FOZZARD

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Something about her character's deeply flawed nature speaks to my diasporic Indian identity, that has long waited for an imperfect Indian girl like Devi
BY SADIA PARVEEN

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Why is covering up viewed as empowering and praiseworthy on the Norwegian women's beach handball team, but not on Muslim women?
BY YASMIN AL-NAJAR

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Simone Biles, Naomi Osaka and Megan Markle are extraordinarily gifted in their own fields but also in their bravery to speak out about their mental wellbeing
BY NADINE BATCHELOR-HUNT

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When Becca Meyers pulled out of the Paralympics because her PCA (and mother) was denied access, the Committee's ableism felt all too familiar
BY DAYNA LATHAM

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Whilst the average viewer might consider that the show could benefit from improving diversity, it isn’t as high up on the list of priorities for LGBTQ+ people as one might think
BY ELEANOR NOYCE

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Designing for people living with disabilities is a necessity, not a trend, as the adaptive clothing market is forecast to be worth nearly £280bn by 2026
BY JENNIFER HAKIM

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No matter how many infographics we post on Instagram, by failing to call out our friends for their problematic behaviour, we’re only helping to normalise it
BY BEC OAKES

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Online activism is nothing new, but K-Pop superfans have demonstrated the power of mass mobilisation on social media over and over again - and we can only stan.
BY BASHIRAT OLADELE

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Here are some great Indigenous activists, artists and organisations to support every day, not just on Indigenous History Month
BY JENNIFER HAKIM

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YouTube Tarot readings, Instagram astrology meme accounts and in more recent times, intuitive readings on Clubhouse, all showcase the digitisation of spirituality.
BY TALI RAMSEY

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Turns out we've been thirst trapping for centuries
BY ELEANOR NOYCE

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How did two women separately pull off the biggest bank heists in modern African history, completely unhurried and unbothered, and were never caught despite widespread footage?
BY FISKE NYIRONGO

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From period dramas to reality TV, the world is finally realising the power of South Asian stories and its audience is responding
BY ANMOL IRFAN

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Why is it that feminists can chant “my body, my choice”, but when Muslim women say the same they should just ‘adapt’?
BY YASMIN AL-NAJAR

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An interview with Victoria Jenkins, founder of Unhidden Clothing
BY JENNIFER HAKIM

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Be careful, your petticoats are showing,
and your prejudice is starting to slip.
BY K. ALEXANDRA MILLS
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Welcome to The Spill!
BY JENNIFER HAKIM AND CHOUROUK GORRAB
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What was the use of that black square then?
BY BASHIRAT OLADELE

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An interview with actor Cian Binchy
BY GEMMA HARVEY