Sacrilege in the name of England

by Natasha Kalantar Cemeteries are, as a general rule, places where people go to pay their respects to their loved ones. Places of burial and reverence. Cemeteries are not places to disrespect people you never knew based on what race or nationality you think they are. Gravestones in a Newport […]

Sport and Objectification

What Does Physical Attractiveness Have To Do With Sport? by Joy Goh-Mah Picture the following scenes. It’s November 2012, and President Obama has just won the US election. Amid the celebrations, keyboard warriors take to social media to comment, “Obama? President? What a joke, he can’t tap dance at all.” […]

This Week in Islamophobia

Weekly column by Yasin Bangee Those of you that have the pleasure of following me on twitter will have noticed how my rage levels have kicked up a notch since I started writing about Islamophobia, racism and the British media. As part of my week at work I was *asked* […]