The Top 10 Media Diversified articles of 2018

As 2018 comes to an end, we take a look back at our most-read articles this year here at Media Diversified. Some were new in 2018, others were classics from the archives enjoying a resurgence. From medicine to politics, Love Island to the history of the Congo, cleaning up to being a Duchess with the… Read More

Windrush and migration stories must become part of a national narrative of Britain | Windrush 70th Anniversary series

Patrick Vernon describes the need to include Windrush stories in our public imagination of how modern Britain was built in the third article in a series curated for Windrush Day by Kiri Kankhwende Read More

Denial, shame and the Armenian Genocide

by Robert Kazandjian The identity I was constructing for myself collapsed around my L.A-Gear-clad feet when I was six or seven. My friend Kirilos arrived from Sudan, and joined our school. The teacher, encouraged by my proud declarations of Egyptian heritage, told me to speak ‘your language’ with him. ‘Parev, inch’pes es?’ (Hello, how are… Read More

How should we teach children about contested histories?

by Farah Elahi  In recent years, there have been numerous campaigns for the inclusion of marginalised histories in the national curriculum. These campaigns have been successful in retaining key black British figures such as Mary Seacole and Olaudah Equiano in history lessons. However, inclusion is not enough. We must go further, ensuring that these stories… Read More