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"
CN: Intermission, abuse, self-harm
We should be aware of the different experiences that make up the Cambridge experience of intermission: how women and NB people of colour are often left by the wayside.Read more "Let’s Talk About Intermitting | Anonymous"
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"
Yes, Cambridge is difficult. Yes, it can be lonely and isolating. Yes, it’s sometimes hard to get up in the morning and go to your supervisions. But, being here is an act of resilience itself.Read more "Hurting and Healing | Jay Kaur"
Since arriving here, I have been self-conscious about the fact that I am one of very few brown girls at my college. But more so than this, I have been self-conscious about the fact that I come from an underprivileged background in an inner-city London borough.Read more "The Worst of Both Worlds: Being POC and Working Class at Cambridge University"
It is with frustration and anger that we react towards the disgraceful public display of sexism and misogynoir directed at Cambridge University Charity Fashion Show’s headline act, Princess Nokia.Read more "Cambridge’s treatment of Princess Nokia is an embarrassment | Richelle George and Jason Okundaye"
It’s okay to not feel at ease here. You’re in an institution that has privileged people that are unlike you since its conception in the 13th century. But that doesn’t mean you can’t thrive here.Read more "A letter to non-binary/female POC | Sofiya Gatens"