The draft decision to overturn Roe v Wade mirrors historical backlashes against abortion rights, and is fuelled by an emboldened and wealthy far-right, say Sian Norris and Heidi Siegmund Cuda
A heady mix of conspiracy theories, the summer heat and lax gun laws are inflating America’s violent death toll, says CJ Werleman
CJ Werleman explores the overlap in beliefs between the ideologies and how and why they combine with deadly results
Hannah Charlton reflects on her personal exploration of understanding racism today and the individual and collective legacy of our Empire past
John Mitchinson considers how the author combines the integrity of an investigative journalist with a rhetorical urgency in a timely exploration of whiteness
Melissa Chemam speaks to campaigners and creatives taking part in Black History Month in Bristol, where the statue of slave trader Edward Colston was brought down in June and discussions about past and present racism continue to run deep
Jan Fuscoe, of the Brick Lane Project, tells the story of Balwinder Singh Rana, an Indian activist who has been fighting racism and structural attempts at division in Britain for decades
Teacher Dr Cheryl Diane Parkinson explains how students are taught to equate Britishness with whiteness
Nafeez Ahmed digs deeper into the censorship of an article he wrote attacking those on the left who are boycotting the largest campaign to get Muslims out to vote in next month’s Presidential Election
The myth of live abortions is a key talking point in the anti-abortion movement – more than anything we need to understand the white supremacist motives of these attacks on women’s reproductive rights, reports Sian Norris
The Christchurch massacre taught Muslims across the world that their lives are believed to matter less, explains Amina Shareef
A new report shows there can be no excuses for journalists, says Brian Cathcart: if Al Qaeda was ‘terror’, then so were the Christchurch killings and the murder of Jo Cox
Hannah Charlton takes a journey into America’s dark history of segregation and subjugation of black communities and wonders how Britain could do the same
With one of the highest Coronavirus death rates in the world, the UK has proven itself to be exceptional. But its problems go beyond shallow notions of complacency and are rooted in deep-seated structural and cultural oppression
With protests taking place across cities in America following the murder of George Floyd, CJ Werleman considers whether the country could descend into all-out conflict sparked by continuing racial injustice.
Shahmir Sanni explains how the only way Muslims can defeat the far-right who demonise them is by joining forces with the LGTBQ community.
Violet Hargrave, aka Secret Gamer Girl, has watched white supremacism spread out from 4chan and other fringe sites to become a violent mainstream force. We presently have, for lack of a better term, a serious Nazi problem. White supremacists are openly marching in the streets and committing mass murder so frequently it’s nearly impossible to…
Undercover reporter Ben van der Merwe witnessed the final transformation of a once liberal politician Anne Marie Water into full-blown white supremacism.
Ben van der Merwe, who spent five months infiltrating Generation Identity, the international far-right group linked to the Christchurch terror attacks, looks at the future of the UK group after its split from Europe.
CJ Werleman argues that mass shootings in the US to further a white nationalist agenda could spread to other parts of the Western democratic world – for which it must be prepared.
As Bannon’s PR stunt near El Paso is swiftly followed by a horrific mass shooting, Hardeep Matharu looks back the Cambridge Analytica origins of ‘Build the Wall’.
US Conservatives and anti-social justice warriors are pushing a false narrative about hate crime hoaxes to distract from the alarming reality.
CJ Werleman on the US President’s worrying attempts to gain support by tapping into deeply-rooted anxieties and prejudices concerning race.