Josh White / 17 Jan 2022

The End of Protest

UK Liberties at Risk

London's Kill the Bill march began in the centre of Lincoln's Inn Fields.  It was a cold Saturday morning but the crowd was lively. The usual suspects had turned out.(...)

The Battleground / 09 Mar 2021

The George Floyd Echo

Zack Furness on America on Fire

American civil rights crises usually don't go global. National issues, in Europe their significance tends to be the monopoly of activists and academics, primarily, and leftist politicians.(...)
Preethi Nallu / 02 Dec 2020

Black Lives Matter Reaches Norway

Globalising Anti-Racism

As the latest anti-racism chants fade from Norwegian media headlines, rights advocates in the Scandinavian country are exploring ways of continuing the discussions that started on social media and led to protests.(...)

Joel Schalit / 26 Aug 2020

Syria is Everywhere

Field Recording Rojava

"The Kurds are the Roma of the Middle East." I should have seen it coming. The statement, made by a reporter I worked with, was typical of his repertoire. Like many Europeans, they didn't immediately fit with his idea of the region.(...)
Only Trump to blame. Minneapolis, 30 May.
Spencer Sunshine / 05 Jun 2020

Blaming it on Antifa

Trump’s Crisis Scapegoats

The year 2020 has been filled with wild plot twists, from the Coronavirus pandemic to a national uprising against white supremacy in the United States. (...)

Charlie Bertsch / 04 Dec 2019

Britain in Fragments

Lee Gamble’s Exhaust

Lee Gamble’s new almost-LP, Exhaust, is not easy to like. Every time one of its eight tracks seems to settle into a groove, it suddenly darts off in a different direction. The patterns that do repeat are usually too complicated to remember before the record has been played many times over. (...)

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