colin kaepernick’s nike campaign has, predictably, enraged racist americans
The US was divided after footballer Colin Kaepernick knelt during the National Anthem.
the futurewise issue
how naomi wadler is going to change the world
11-year-old Naomi Wadler wowed the world with her impassioned speech at Washington’s March for Our Lives gun control rally. Here, she writes a poem celebrating Black Girl Magic.
is the world cup actually changing russian society?
Nadya from Pussy Riot reports.
one year on, how can we make sure we don’t forget grenfell?
Here's what you can do to help.
beauty week 2018
jillian mercado on the life-changing power of makeovers
The model-activist talks red lipstick, Latinx identity, and why the NYC subway is her moving moodboard.
award-winning activist lateefah simon has dedicated her life to serving others who can not rise up
From fighting patriarchy to honouring the memory of her late husband, Lateefah Simon offers her notes on being a woman.
nadya from pussy riot on why her friend marina abramović is a witch
And why that’s a really really good thing.
some of the most powerful movements have been led by black women – patrisse khan-cullors
One of the three founding members of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Khan-Cullors, discusses how the movement began and where it needs to go next.
nadya from pussy riot takes you inside the moscow protests
More than 1600 people -- including children -- were arrested during anti-Putin rallies over the weekend. Nadya Tolokonnikova gives i-D a firsthand account of the experience on the ground at Moscow’s Pushkinskaya Square.
is music a weapon: from cold war jazz to k-pop’s mission in north korea
South Korea’s K-Pop envoy to their isolated and unpredictable northern neighbour is the latest in a long history of cultural propaganda. But as Fela Kuti and Pussy Riot have shown, music can be weaponised against governments too.
this journalist just became pakistan’s first transgender news anchor
The station owner made a point to stress her appointment was made on merit, not gender.
hero of the week: the women striking at yarl’s wood detention centre
Women at the facility have been on hunger strike for a month, protesting their ‘indefinite’ detention (which is illegal in all other European countries) and “inhumane conditions”, supported by protesters across the UK.
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