July 22nd: 1981, 2017, 2020 In the 39 years since Menelik Shabazz documented the Black People’s Day of Action in the aftermath of the New Cross massacre, in his seminal documentary ‘Blood ah go Run’, what has changed for Black British people?
July 21st: International Non-Binary People’s Day fell on Tuesday 14th July this year, and much like all days and weeks and months for the queer community, social media sites were flooded with colourful illustrations and impactful personal reflections relating to the non-binary experience.
July 19th: The following is the first text contributed to Freedom’s new Art & Anarchy column.
July 17th: “That’s just your perception” is a phrase I heard a lot as a trade union activist.
July 15th: City life, from its beginning, was all about uniting people that were not bonded by blood or clan ties.
July 8th: A history of trading protection for persecution.
July 4th: The so-called “Independence Day” U.K.
July 1st: It may be an odd headline for an anarchist to write about a Labour leader, but hear me out.
June 28th: The current protests led by the Black Lives Matter movement in the USA have brought forward worldwide the problem of racism, with a strength and clarity that has made it impossible for most of us to ignore the racial issues that are still present in most countries and communities around the world.