Coronavirus may forever change how we think about physical space
Lockdown forces us to grapple with physical space in a way we haven’t done for decades. We reflect on the social, political and philosophical implications.
Humans are not the virus: don’t be an eco-fascist
Eco-fascist rhetoric finds its roots in white supremacy and xenophobia, specifically because the human life that it disregards is that of black, Indigenous and people of colour.
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).
This week we spotlight the last survivor of the transatlantic slave trade and clap for ‘whitewashed’ key workers
In today’s edition of Race Review we’ve spoken to the British researcher who uncovered the life story of the last recorded survivor of the Middle Passage and are clapping for key workers who have to put up with the UK’s immigration system.
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.