• Forgotten Feminists – Harriet Tubman

    Harriet Tubman has always been a household name – but after Kanye West shined the spotlight on her once more during his controversial campaign rally speech last week, Isabelle investigates this amazing woman’s history and legacy. Please be aware this podcast contains descriptions of violence. Further resources and information...
  • Travelling To Marches During COVID-19

    Demonstrations across the UK have been sparked in protest of the unlawful murder of the African American man, George Floyd, while in police custody. For the fourth weekend running, Black Lives Matter marches are continuing globally and nationally, in London, Nottingham, Manchester and Cardiff. “This disproportionate figure exemplifies the...
  • Stop Caring More About Property Damage Than the Lives Of Black People – Pride Began With Rioting Too

    In celebration of pride month, I’m going to take you back to the 1960s, where homosexual relations were illegal and the riots that initiated Pride began. Picture this; it’s the year 1969 in New York City, you’ve recently discovered your sexuality, and wish to express it freely. However, its...
  • Social Media and the Black Lives Matter Campaign

    The Black Lives Matter movement has recently been catapulted back into the spotlight after the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis policeman, Derek Chauvin, alongside his accomplices (Thomas Lane, Tou Thao and J Alexander Kueng)....
  • Open Letter from UoN Students Prompts Further Action

    An open letter from the BME Students’ Officers and seven student societies representing black students at the University of Nottingham has prompted a more detailed response from the Vice-Chancellor and Pro-Vice-Chancellor, regarding the death of George Floyd and the University’s stance on the Black Lives Matter movement. The first...