As members of FLY, the university’s network for women and non-binary people of colour, we condemn the targeting of CUSU Women’s Officer Lola Olufemi in the reports of The Telegraph and The Daily Mail.
Events like Notting Hill Carnival must be protected. The demonisation and criticism of them in the press, or the attempts by the wealthy and powerful to shut them down, must be challenged.Read more "Notting Hill Carnival: A show of strength by immigrant working class communities of London | Nadine Batchelor-Hunt"
In putting this zine together, we wanted to create a space to celebrate the work of people like us, people whose experiences of life and of Cambridge in particular are complex, painful and joyful.Read more "FLY, vol. 1 (2016-2017)"
We hope that the university will do its due diligence in protecting and ensuring Jason’s well-being, as well as in supporting his right to freedom of speech.Read more "FLY Statement in support of Jason Osamede Okundaye"
Annual letter from FLY Cambridge: FLY will continue taking up space alongside WNBPOC of the university and speak out against all forms of ignorance and discrimination.Read more "Annual Letter 2016-2017 | FLY Cambridge"
Inspired by Oxford Women International Society. A project by Sophia Luu and Qiuying Giulia Lai (photographer).Read more "BME Cultural Dress Shoot (Inspired by OxWomIn)"
The following letter is the result of a meeting that took place amongst students about the need for the faculty to decolonize its reading lists and incorporate postcolonial thought alongside its existing curriculum.Read more "DECOLONISING THE ENGLISH FACULTY: AN OPEN LETTER"