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Noorie’s Lightbulb: A Zine of My Identity

During lockdown 2.0 last summer, I was lucky enough to be part of a creative group exploring how we, as youngsters, envisioned our futures....

Does Your Family Really Know You?

There is so much noise all around me. The children are playing and a loud giggle bursts through the air every few moments; the...

I Took a Social Media Break – Here’s What Happened

I don’t know about anyone else, but I can’t remember what life was like before the pandemic. And when I am reminded, I can’t...

Financial Security Over Pretending to Be Rich

As the coronavirus wreaks its havoc through the economy, once flourishing sectors have been brought to a standstill and a tsunami of unemployment has...

What ADHD Taught Me About Mental Wellness

Studying the floor in the psychiatrist’s room one Summer’s day, I felt simultaneously ashamed and relieved. I was fifteen when I was diagnosed with...

What My Marriage Taught Me About The South Asian Caste System

Growing up Spending my childhood in a predominately white community in the EU, then moving to the UK amongst the Asian community in my teens...

This is What I’m Doing for a Happy and Productive 2021

Wow. So I know I’m not saying anything new here, but 2020 really was one heck of a year. Personally, I don’t think it was...

Yasin Malik: Another Human Rights Violation by The Indian Government

When you read about Kashmiri political prisoners life stories, in particular Mohammed Yasin Malik, Nelson Mandela’s famous saying comes to mind: ‘’I have never cared very much for...

Is Sports to Blame For The Rise in Covid Cases?

For the past year, it has dominated headlines and dictated our lives. I am not referring to Brexit, which in amongst itself has been...

The Case of Angela Davis: The Battle of Black Media Representation in a White Supremacist World

EDITOR'S NOTE: This article is an extract from an essay titled ‘The Case of Angela Davis: The Battle of Black Media Representation in a...

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