Diversity

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“A woman with muscle”: why the internet is going wild for this strong Disney character

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Chloe Gray
  • Emily In Paris
    Entertainment

    Emily In Paris continues to miss this one crucial thing when it comes to diversity

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    News

    Countdown’s Anne-Marie Imafidon and the toxic myth of “diversity hires”

  • Channel 4's Black To Front: The Big Breakfast
    TV

    Channel 4’s Black To Front proves that 24 hours of representation just isn’t enough

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Asma Elbadawi
People

Meet the woman tackling social injustice in sport

Asma Elbadawi campaigns to tackle stereotypes in sport

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Deaf fitness: meet the PT making fitness more inclusive for the deaf community
Workouts

Meet the PT making fitness more inclusive for the deaf community

Deafness isn't a barrier for getting fit, she explains.

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Amy Beecham
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Jordan Banjo (L) and Ashley Banjo, accepting Virgin Medias Must-See Moment award for Diversity's performance on "Britain's Got Talent", pose in the Winners Room at the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards 2021 at Television Centre on June 6, 2021 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)
TV

Ashley Banjo’s powerful Baftas speech has set Twitter on fire, for good reason

“This is what change looks like, and I am so proud to be standing here.”

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Kayleigh Dray
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Nesrine Dally
Wellbeing

Meet the hijab-wearing Muay Thai boxer who’s redefining what it means to be “strong”

Sick of the #strongnotskinny hype? So is boxer Nesrine Dally.

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Miranda Larbi
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Alice Porter
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How to create a more inclusive workplace, whatever role you’re in

An expert explains the importance of being an anti-racist ally at work with tips on how to be consistent.

Lucille Anderson (Leonie Elliott) in Call The Midwife
TV

Will Lucille marry Cyril in Call the Midwife? Leonie Elliott has her say

From feminism to diversity, here’s what happened when Stylist sat down for a chat with Leonie Elliott.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Jessie Mei Li as Alina in Shadow And Bone
TV

Think Shadow And Bone is just another fantasy show? Think again

Netflix’s new fantasy series does something very different to other TV shows, and here’s why that’s so important.

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Sarah Shaffi
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Lee Isaac Chung (R), winner of Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language for “Minari”, and daughter speak during the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards broadcast on February 28, 2021.
Film

Minari won Best Foreign Film at the Golden Globes. Here’s why that’s a problem

“Reminder: Minari is an American film.”

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Kayleigh Dray
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A backdrop for journalists at the 2021 Golden Globes awards in Los Angeles
Entertainment

Why tonight’s Golden Globes ceremony will be one steeped in controversy

Celebrities are calling for change after it was revealed there are no Black members on the Golden Globes’ awarding body.

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Lauren Geall
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Strength

Where are all the Black and brown female weightlifters?

Non-white women want to strength train but a lack of representation in the industry is stopping many from lifting heavy and getting stronger.

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Serena Smith
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Beauty

Makeup artist Pat McGrath marks damehood honour with inspiring life advice

“Never give up on your dreams.”

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Anna Brech
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Christobel Hastings
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5 ways we can all be more inclusive, according to an expert

Positive change means being proactive

Life

Black Girls Hike is the inspiring community diversifying the world of walking

“Your vibe attracts your tribe and being part of this group has brought me together with some amazing women”

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Megan Murray
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TV

New Money: Gabrielle Union’s Showtime comedy is top of our watch-list

The show focuses on a group of Black women who are moving on from the struggles of their 20s.

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Anna Brech
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I May Destroy You on BBC One
TV

Finally there are women we can relate to on TV – but why has it taken so long?

Weruche Opia, Hayley Squires and Gbemisola Ikumelo discuss the emergence of a new kind of on-screen womanhood.

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People

Sophie Williams: being an anti-racist ally begins with recognising your privilege

For a fairer society, it's vital to be aware of how your lived experience compares to others.

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Armani Beauty
June Sarpong
Careers

June Sarpong recalls the reality of gaslighting in the workplace

“I’ve been up for jobs and, last minute, there’s been fear…”

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Hollie Richardson
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Nadiya Hussain
Celebrity

Nadiya Hussain says challenging the lack of diversity in TV can be “exhausting”

The Great British Bake Off star opened up about the struggle she has faced to create space for herself in a predominantly white industry.

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Lauren Geall
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Kelle Salle
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“How a lack of products for Black women has affected my relationship with make-up and my hair”

“Black women are constantly being told to be anyone other than themselves.”

Nadiya Hussain
People

“Middle-aged, Caucasian, male”: Nadiya Hussain on her struggle to belong in the world of TV

The Bake Off star says it's hard to speak out about industry racism and a lack of diversity.

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Anna Brech
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