Is Black Creativity a Scapegoat for London Youth Violence?by ArenaCommerce Collaborator
The establishment and mainstream media have been pointing the finger at everything between social media, gang grooming and now Drill music as the cause of what has been described by the Metropolitan Police as “a national emergency” in the streets of London. But attempts to diagnose the cause of the recent rise in knife crime […]
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It’s not just Sex Workers who sell their bodiesby Amara Lawrence
I remember watching the documentary series Sex in Strange Places (unfortunately no longer available on iPlayer) in which Stacey Dooley looks into the sex trades of Russia, Brazil, and Turkey. It is a series that opened up to my mind to the ways cultures impact the sex industry and the toll of the industries on […]
Disproving the Myth of Black Britishness and Classby Aisha Rimi
As a black woman born and raised in Britain, conversations about the lack of representation of black people within different spheres of British society are not unbeknownst to me. We are underrepresented in the education sector, particularly in higher positions. We are underrepresented in the boardrooms across the country. And of course, we are underrepresented […]
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