The trailer for a movie about Karens is dividing the internet
A horror movie about suburbia's entitled racists? Haven’t we seen that before?
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Black Sand is the California surf crew fighting for justice on the water
Brick, Gage and Tre’lan met through their mutual love of surfing. Now they’re determined to change the status quo of LA’s white-washed surf culture.
In 2021, what does visibility mean to the Asian and Trans+ communities?
On Transgender Day of Visibility, Lex Shu Chan pens an honest account of what true visibility means for the Asian and Trans+ communities in light of surges in racism and transphobia across the world.
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Photos from NYC’s vigil for victims of Asian hate
Ryan Razon went down to Union Square at the weekend.
How to support Asian communities across the US
Asian Americans are facing a significant increase in racism and violence. Here's how you can help.
These musicians want Biden to create a Racial Justice Commission
Alicia Keyes, A$AP Ferg, Mary J. Blige and more are calling on the new administration to address and rectify systemic racism in America.
Meet the Black designers rallying against racism in Italy
In Milan, a new initiative seeks to dismantle racism in Italian fashion and spotlight a new generation of Black designers.
Gillian Laub's photos of segregated proms are still relevant in 2020
'Southern Rites' started in 2002, but feels particularly urgent right now. As the exhibition travels across America, we catch up with the photographer.
It was a cultural reset: a short history of the ABG aesthetic
Asian Baby Girls are seen as rebellious, replacing polite, studious cultural norms with being loud and taking up space. But rebellion only goes so far when it is prescriptive.
The art establishment needs to start treating Black work with respect
The Whitney Museum's recent art acquisition scandal shows us just how much work there is to be done.
CFDA announces Black advisory board to promote inclusion in the fashion industry
The organisation says they’re committed to creating “systemic change” and amplifying Black voices.
Can the internet ever really be anti-racist?
In the wake of Black Lives Matter protests across the world, our TLs have exploded with resources, reading lists and calls for change. But can that change happen if the very history of the web is embedded in discrimination?