Caring for a grandparent during coronavirus
It’s been suggested that Muslim families living in intergenerational households are some of the most vulnerable to Covid-19. Sana Noor Haq discusses the realities of life at home with her Dada jaan (granddad).
Why imagination is the most powerful tool that feminists have at our disposal
Writer and organiser Lola Olufemi on why creative thinking is crucial in the path towards a radical feminist future.
As a chronically ill person, I know it is vital we approach coronavirus through the lens of community
Supporting those who are the most vulnerable throughout this period of fear and illness is a must, but we should also aim to take our learnings forward.
This week migrants need safer travel routes and Jeremy Corbyn has his final PMQs
In this week’s Race Review we speak to writers and activists about campaigning for safer migration routes around the world and discuss why we must continue to remember the work of our predecessors.
Why you should become a gal-dem member today
We’re launching a membership model at a time of reckoning for the media industry. With your help, we’ll be able to keep flourishing.
This week, Muslim women campaign against forced hijab removal and coronavirus aid must continue
In the Race Review, we speak to campaigners who are protesting against the forced removal of Muslim women’s headscarves and discuss how support for vulnerable members of the community shouldn’t stop after coronavirus.