“I can’t breathe, I cant breathe” these are the words yelled by 46-year-old George Floyd a father of five while he was pleading for air while being murdered by 44-year-old Derek Chauvin, a police officer, who pressed his knee onto Floyd’s vital airways to stop him from moving. Since then, George Floyd’s death has sparked numerous movements and campaigns. A recent campaign which has led to
Last week US President Donald Trump took some time out of his day from golfing, whilst more or less ignoring the crisis in Puerto Rico, to tweet about how awful and ungrateful some NFL players – how dare they not stand for the national anthem ?
Rachael Smith | Reporter Donald Trump has once again shown the people of America and the world what side he stands on. The side of racism and discrimination.
Rachael Smith | Reporter Recent developments have taken place on this bizarre and peculiar story. Joshua Witt, a white Colorado-native, took to his social media platforms just weeks ago posting photos and broadcasting just how upset and shaken up he was after what appeared to be a violent physical attack. Witt proclaimed he was a victim to being stabbed by an anti-fascist black man over his supposed
Erin Brady | Charlottesville, Virginia, United States of America: land of the free and home of the brave. Yet still, in 2017, white supremacists gathered on the 12th of August to object to the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Why?
Erin Brown | Editor Dawn Butler, a black MP, has spoken out while appearing on BBC Radio 5 on the issue of racism and sexism within parliament. Ms Butler said she has suffered racist jibes from colleagues in her time at the House of Commons, one such incident involved her being mistaken for a cleaner by another MP. The incident took place when Ms Butler was