I cling to the dream of one day being able to call here, there or anywhere my home.
Growing up, stories of feminists of colour and queer feminists were largely absent from mainstream narratives that we were taught by our school and told by the media. Why doesn’t our curriculum teach us about amazing women of colour?Read more "Why The Silence: The Erasure of Women of Colour From Narratives of Feminist History | Sophie Zhang"
The Newnham x Robinson BME Open Mic Night held at the Robinson College Bar on February 11, 2018 was forcibly shut down by the Bar staff upon receiving complaints by white students that they didn’t enjoy the BME performances. The organisers share a response.Read more "Statement on BME Open Mic Night"
Before I envisaged my future and saw that it was inevitably queer, I struggled with my identity in that present. I struggled to contextualise my queerness within the history of my Kenyan and Ugandan ancestors. This is the legacy of colonialism that shapes my queerness today.Read more "The locations of those cracks: colonialism and queerness | Anonymous"
ACS President Ore Ogunbiyi calls for black men to stop complaining, acknowledge their priviledge and get involved.Read more "We need your support, not your freestyles | Ore Ogunbiyi"
Sometimes I don’t want to be patient, I don’t want to be measured, I want you to know how I feel and I want the luxury of that vulnerability.Read more "When anger is just another privilege you don’t have access to | Fenja Akinde-Hummel"
Jessica Tan asks, ‘will you join me in considering when to sit down, shut up and listen vs stand up, speak out and aggressively take up exclusive spaces?’Read more "Sit down, shut up, and listen | Jessica Tan"