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Swimming as a Black woman has so many benefits.

“As a Black woman, swimming has taught me to feel good about my body – and it can help you too”

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Nyima Jobe
  • Defaced Mural Of Marcus Rashford Repaired By The Artist In Manchester
    Opinion

    A love letter to the Black kings and queens of Britain

  • Alice Dearing wearing Soul Cap
    Wellbeing

    Racist decision to ban Afro-friendly swimming caps from Olympics may be overturned

  • Picture Of Woman's face. Defaced And Torn.
    Life

    Racial denial: 4 mixed-race women on being pressured to identify as white

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Author Sophie Williams and the cover of 'Millennial Black'
People

How to be an anti-racist ally in every area of your life

Sophie Williams (@officialmillennialblack) guides you through the most important steps to remember

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Alice Porter
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Nathalie Emmanuel
Podcasts

Nathalie Emmanuel explains her “frustration” a year after George Floyd’s murder

“Movements tend to be a trend...”

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Hollie Richardson
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Candice Carty Williams
TV

Calling all Queenie fans: Candice Carty-Williams has a new BBC drama on the way

And it sounds bloody brilliant.

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Hollie Richardson
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Black owned bookshops
Books

13 Black-owned bookshops to order online and support throughout and after the pandemic

Diverse bookshops to order online from and pay a visit when you can.

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Megan Murray
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Kimi Chaddah
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The reaction to the government’s race report is in and it’s scathing

Anti-racism campaigners have described the report as a “whitewash” of the lived experiences of people of colour.

Naga Munchetty:
TV

Naga Munchetty’s new show is the one thing you should make time for this week

You can watch Let’s Talk About Race on BBC iPlayer.

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Hollie Richardson
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Women

This is the most important issue facing UK women right now

Data shared exclusively with Stylist reveals what UK women see as the biggest barriers to equality.

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Moya Crockett
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People

“Anyone who thinks being called a ‘coconut’ is harmless is wrong”

The pejorative coconut and Oreo terms are often levelled at Black and brown people who don’t conform to reductive cultural stereotypes.

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Priyankaa Joshi
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Podcasts
Podcasts

19 podcasts that focus on compelling discussions around race

Because we are all part of this conversation.

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Hollie Richardson
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Exercise motivation
Strong Women

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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Film

What Chadwick Boseman’s last film teaches us about ambition

In the world of 1920s blues music, we see just how complicated having ambition can be.

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Kiran Meeda
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Moya Crockett
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What Alex Wheatle can teach us about confronting the UK’s racist history

Steve McQueen’s latest Small Axe film is a powerful lesson on why we must come to terms with the past in order to move forward.

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Podcasts

Juno Dawson and Candice Carty-Williams talk through race representation in noughties TV

Here's what to expect from the new episode of the 'So I Got To Thinking' podcast.

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Aiden Wynn
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BBC One's Small Axe: Lovers Rock stars Amarah-Jae St Aubyn and Micheal Ward
TV

Steve McQueen’s Lovers Rock proves joy is a radical act

This week’s Small Axe film is essential viewing.

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Meena Alexander
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TV

The true story of the Mangrove Nine is the best (and most impactful) thing on TV

Re-telling the forgotten history behind Steve McQueen's Mangrove

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Jazmin Kopotsha
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Opinion

A Black fire: Grenfell and racism’s impact on a community tragedy

"It really does something to the psyche to be shown time and again, how much your government doesn’t care about your community"

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Idman Omar
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Life

This is how Black women in the UK are really feeling

We asked Black women in the UK to tell us what they think, feel and want right now.

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Jazmin Kopotsha
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Life

Black Women’s Census: tackling the issues affecting Black women in the UK

Take our survey to help us better platform the stories shaping Black British womanhood right now.

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Jazmin Kopotsha
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Kayleigh Dray
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33 things to watch on Netflix that put Black people front and centre

From Ava DuVernay’s 13th to The Incredible Jessica James.

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Opinion

Black History Month 2020: “We have a responsibility to honour what we’ve been through this year”

“My heart is heavy and fragile, but it’s also optimistic about what we have the power to do.”

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Jazmin Kopotsha
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