Monika Radojevic discusses the ‘casual racism’ around her half-Brazilian, half-Montenegrin ethnicity
“Enough is enough.”
Although there is no law criminalising same-sex conduct, 90% of Indonesian LGBTI people have experienced violence
Is theatre a white invention? Thoughts on race and theatre
Why would anyone want to ‘decolonise the curriculum’, and what does this mean for academic study? Like the word ‘democracy’, ‘decolonisation’ can mean different things.
The #DerayatSOAS event last week was at full capacity, the crowd full of eager faces, myself included. We had come to listen to Deray Mckesson, an American civil rights activist and educator.
When Forest Whitaker sits down with Baroness Valerie Amos to discuss his true calling in life, and the importance of youth.
A packed lecture theatre within the walls of SOAS University of London can hardly be described as a “tough room” for Wole Soyinka – the