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During Covid-19, people of colour must continue to protect and nurture our communities
In a speech that took place in Ealing Town Hall in 1987, a black professor named Manning Marable posed the
Our elders are not disposable, we must protect them
The attitude that Covid-19 only affects old people is at once careless, factually incorrect and cruel, writes Ammaarah Zayna.
Lonely art in isolation: on Olivia Laing and Joanna Karpowicz
Imogen Osborne explores loneliness in the work of Olivia Laing's 'The Lonely City', and the artwork of Joanna Karpowicz.
The pandemic did not cause the NHS to be in crisis – it simply pushed it over the edge
We have to acknowledge that our NHS hasn't been given the funding and support it deserves for a hideously long time. We can't blame the effects of Covid-19, writes Izzie Rodger.
Curating the self-made: the ethics of dramatising Black history
The real life of Madam C.J. Walker, as retold by Alisia Usher.