yang zhang spent decades capturing china's underground music scene
In the 80s and 90s, Chinese youth found an outlet for their anger in rock and heavy metal. Photographer Yang Zhang captured the nascent scene in all its revolutionary spirit.
vivienne westwood takes on fracking with america's cup protest tees
The designer and activist is part of a campaign to ban a pro-fracking sponsor from Auckland’s 2021 race.
demand a final say on brexit at a protest in london this weekend
Here’s how you can get involved.
when london trumped hate
On Friday the 13th of July 2018, 250,000 protestors took to the streets of London to protest bigotry and hatred. Ivan Ruberto went down to capture the beautiful chaos that unfolded, as we spoke to Owen Jones about the "Carnival of resistance".
looking back on the protests and politics of the russian world cup
How did ordinary Russians feel about it? And how did Pussy Riot’s pitch invasion figure in the country’s tradition of performance protest art?
how paris pride and james baldwin shaped my experience of coming out
Embracing the dualities that come from being a queer person of color.
this is your guide to where and when the uk trump protests are
Everything you need to know about the anti-Trump protests taking place this week.
cannes’ filmmakers and actors stage powerful red carpet protest in solidarity with palestine
It’s the latest in a wave of solidarity protests, with a benefit concert taking place at the Roundhouse next month to help Palestinian refugee children.
dancing for freedom in tbilisi
At the weekend, Georgian youth threw a protest rave outside Parliament after armed police stormed a Tbilisi nightclub. Following the protest, i-D talked to Tbilisi’s creative youth about what happened, and what's next.
protesters storm starbucks store where two black men were arrested for nothing
The footage of the arrest went viral over the weekend sparking global outrage.
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.
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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