Demolishing statues while ignoring the symbolic statues of Western economic imperialism

Demolishing statues of once revered British Empire builders and slave traders will probably give the perpetrators a temporary sense of victory over racism and the establishment but in the grand scheme of things the statue of of British and indeed Western economic dominance remains steadfast and untouched.

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The Corporate Commodification of the Black Civil Rights Movement

Nike, Lucasfilm, Apple and Lego are just a few of the many companies lending their support to the Black Lives Matter protests all over the world following the death of 46 year-old George Floyd however, the founding pioneers of the civil rights movement would be mortified to see the black civil rights movement being used […]

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BAME communities are suffering from a dual pandemic: Racism and Covid-19

The mainstream media has revealed that people from Black and minority ethnic communities (BAME) are more likely to die from the Covid 19 virus due to possible socioeconomic factors but there is evidence to suggest that people from BAME backgrounds are suffering from a dual pandemic, racism and Covid-19.

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The Covid 19 Conspiracy: A War Against critical and independent thinking

I wonder how many people are aware that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have been sued by the governments of Kenya, India and the Philippines for illegal sterilisation of women implemented through the vaccination programs that he is passionate about; the same Gates Foundation that now wants to impose a global vaccination program to combat the global […]

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Terrorism in New Zealand Inspired by Terrorists and Scandals in the UK

Human rights and racial justice organisations across the UK and the rest of the world have been imploring their respective governments to get tough on the media and politicians. For too long people have got away with using dog-whistle politics, laced with racist and Islamophobic rhetoric to further their own populism.

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What Does Brexit Mean For Black and Minority Ethnic Communities in the UK?

In June 2016, the British electorate voted to leave the European Union following a referendum. For Black and minority ethnic communities (BAME) the vote followed a surge in not only racist attacks, but also a rise in anti-immigrant hostility. Whilst the mainstream media has continually associated many Brexit voters with racism, I believe that BAME […]

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