A-Level Results Scandal

30th August 2020

What the tumultuous year 2020 has been, we cannot go a day without being exposed to shocking forms of injustice in this country. This time, there were apparent discrepancies in the A-level grades students received. The Education ...
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Colourism in BIPOC Communities

7th August 2020

We live in a country that is systemic in its racism, which is evident in the differential treatment of POC from white counterparts within institutes and  stereotypes portrayed in the media. Racism is a common discussion point wh ...
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Being part of the LGBTQ+ community

18th July 2020

In understanding the position of POC from the LGBTQ+ community, we must look through a historical lens and see how such people would have been viewed in past societies. In present day, many ethnic communities hold a stigmatised ...
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Storytelling Through Poetry

4th July 2020

Storytelling Through Poetry     Reflection When you lose grip and slip and trip,And because of the trip, you burst your lip,And because of the damage, it hurts to sip,Are you wrong for blaming the stick?When it's warm ...
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Storytelling and Healing

3rd July 2020

Storytelling has always felt comforting to me. From a young child, creative writing and reading was enjoyable and now through reading novels, listening to podcasts and watching documentaries I can understand the experiences of ...
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22nd June 2020

Racism is a repetitive based traumatic lived experience that many Black, Indigenous, People of Colour (BIPOC) endure throughout their lives. Racial trauma may result from having been racially discriminated against, witnessing o ...
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21st June 2020

The sociologists, Gillborn and Mirza found that in one local education authority, black pupils were the highest achievers on entry to primary school, yet by the time it came to GCSE’s, they had the worst results of any ethnic g ...
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