For young black English students at Cambridge, Zadie Smith has become the template for a particular model of “success”. She let me ask her 5 questions.Read more "5 Questions for Zadie Smith | Lola Olufemi"
The constant desire to keep points of view within Europe exhibits what I believe is the underpinning factor behind the resistance to decolonising the reading lists: people see decolonisation as a potential threat to their white privilege.Read more "Decolonising French Reading Lists | Shanti du Rocher"
Students carry on organizing because they care, because the cause is important, because they understand that feminist and decolonial work is justice work and is therefore a necessity.Read more "On feminist organizing | Lola Olufemi"
To claim that refugees are ‘queue-jumpers’ is to close one’s eyes to the hell that they live in. Being a refugee is dangerous, regardless of age.Read more "Reframing the Discussion of Child Refugees | Tiara Sahar Ataii"
I feel like I stick out, like I have to perform even better and fight for my right to be on the pitch like no one else has to.Read more "Cambridge Sport: A Mountain to Climb for BME Talent | Kaylyn Chan"
Rachel Dolezal represents everything I ever feared people would think about me when I told them I was half Nigerian-half Austrian.Read more "“So If You’re From Africa, Why Are You White?” | Nina Grossfurthner"
To celebrate International Women’s Day, here’s a playlist of some of our fave songs by women of colour!Read more "FLY International Women’s Day Playlist"