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Charlene White Empire's Child ITV documentary

Charlene White’s emotional documentary hit viewers hard last night and here’s why

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Morgan Cormack
  • Yin yoga for race based trauma
    Wellbeing

    How restorative yin yoga can help to heal race-based trauma

  • The walking club for people of colour to explore radical self-care
    Wellbeing

    Are you ready for some radical self-care? Then Peaks of Colour may be the walking club for you

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Relationships

“I’m single, in my 30s and want to move out of home – but I’m South Asian so it’s not that easy”

“Who would have thought that something as simple as moving out as an unmarried woman would come with such shame and guilt?”

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Anchal Seda
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Women of colour like me are finding solidarity and support in female-led cycling clubs.
Wellbeing

“How women of colour like me are finding strength and safety in female-only cycle clubs”

Cycling is often seen as a pale and male sport – but Evolve is challenging that.

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Aasiya Versi
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Books

“Why I started to question if I’d ever want another white friend”

While co-writing her new novel, Christine Pride was forced to confront difficult questions, including what another white friend would bring to her life.

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Christine Pride
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NFF
Wellbeing

Why aren’t more Black women into fitness?

NoireFitFest is the UK's first fitness festival designed to get the Black community strong.

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

Swimming – like other forms of exercise – can be a tool for becoming your fittest self.

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

A love letter to the Black kings and queens of Britain

"The UK as we know it would be nothing without all of us”.

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Jazmin Kopotsha
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Alice Dearing wearing Soul Cap
Wellbeing

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

Swim England says the caps are welcome at all of their competitions.

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Nyima Jobe
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Picture Of Woman's face. Defaced And Torn.
Life

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

"The word ‘raceless’ alludes to the very particular feeling of dislocation which occurs when your heritage is white-washed in a homogenous setting"

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Georgina Lawton
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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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Megan Murray
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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.

News

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.

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Kimi Chaddah
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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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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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Kiran Meeda
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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.

Small Axe: Alex Wheatle
TV

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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Moya Crockett
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