WOW: Women of the World at the Southbank Centre


An upcoming festival celebrates the all-encompassing influence and input generated by women worldwide over the last century   If called upon to nominate history’s few greatest...

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Malcolm X: Stripping Away the Radical


While the legacy of Malcolm X is commemorated by the mainstream Muslim community, his apparently uncomfortable radical political tradition is overlooked “We live in a world, we live...

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Silenced Victims of State Terror: Women in Bangladesh Increasingly the Target of Political Violence


Existing political tensions are heightening in Bangladesh as women and girls increasingly become the target of state sponsored brutality   At 3pm in the afternoon on Friday...

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Concerning Violence: An Archive of Africa at War


Goran Olsson’s chilling documentary explores Frantz Fanon’s powerful landmark text with some limitations   ‘Concerning Violence’ is the opening chapter of Martinique-born...

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Domestic Injustice: What Marissa Alexander’s Case Means for Survivors of Violence


The U.S. justice system displays its inherent racism and disregard for victims of domestic violence in the case of Marissa Alexander   On January 27th, Marissa Alexander...

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Cuba: The Untold Story of Thriving Development


Cuba has seen academia divided for years but the exemplary advances being made in education and healthcare in the country speak for themselves   “They talk about the failure...

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The Objectification of Spirituality


The paradox of using the internet to develop our spiritual journey   New year is associated with changes, resolutions and fresh starts, even more so in a consumerist society...

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