Should we appease Islamophobes through banning religious clothing?
Imagine clothing where the restrictions of class, race, and gender don’t apply, says Tansy Hoskins.
Inspired by the 1960s movements for peace and equality, Dylan wrote The Times They Are a-Changin’, But were they? asks Jeff Goulding.
An investigative poem by Heathcote Williams. Narration and video by Alan Cox.
If France really holds freedom of expression as sacred , it needs to reflect on how it can build bridges with its minority communities.
French law says a woman wearing the burqa in public infringes the “rights and freedoms of others” who might be offended by it.
It was my first time swimming in public and it was absolutely beautiful.
Maz Saleem: We need to address the rise in Islamophobia which has been instigated by right-wing politicians on both sides of the Atlantic
The promotion of hatred and fear has been mainstreamed to the extent that there is now little outcry when a mosque is attacked.
Narration and montage by Mary Wild.
The power of language to distort our perception of the world is remarkable, says Jeff Goulding.
Once you see the fashion industry through Hoskins’ anti-capitalist lens what lies behind cannot be unseen.