The English working class has long been a multi-ethnic formation, shaped by both racism and anti-racism.
When people are no longer in control of their own lives, they can resist by mastering their own deaths. In 2012 the hunger strike was deployed as a mode of resistance among migrants in Danish asylum camps and a political prisoner in Bahrain; the Danish media reacted in interesting ways.
The author of 'The Muslims are Coming!' discusses how the 'War on Terror' has shaped political and intellectual culture in the US and Britain.
Black history is disappearing, racism flourishes yet the Left keep quiet. Why?
Climate change reporting which frames migrants as a threat is wrong. It is also trapping millions of people in poverty.
Our schools and politicians tell us that Britain has a glorious place in world history and Europeans have been responsible for most scientific developments. This is not true.
The case of Mark Duggan raises unsettling questions about police impunity and the role of race and class in our criminal justice system.
Debates about immigration should acknowledge the role that British foreign policy has played in creating global economic deprivation and instability.
The current conflict over diversity and inclusion in the UK feminist movement creates an opportunity to make our movement stronger
Whilst condemned as a miscarriage of justice, the Duggan verdict came as no surprise to many in London's Black communities.