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Hitting out beyond the ‘set’ boundary: racism and cricket

Azeem Rafiq’s courageous testimony on his experiences of racism in the British game has ignited fresh examination of institutional racism, but will it lead to real change?, asks Puru Miah

Make misogyny a hate crime

In the wake of the brutal murders of Sarah Everard and Sabina Nessa, Sabia Kamali calls for safe spaces and effective action against racism and sexism

Covid lays bare lies of austerity

Tory hostile environment has deepened health inequalities during pandemic, says Farah El-Sharnouby

Tories building back insecurity

Kate Bell on how unions pushed the Tories on furlough scheme but stop-start short-termism is creating unnecessary redundancies, especially among Black workers

A path for recovery, but for whom?

Ebyan Abdirahman finds Sunak’s March budget leaves women, Black and ethnic minorities and the poor adrift

Why Black children fail

Dave Lister reflects on Small Axe's episode on education

UK Black experience matters

Robbie Scott says we can’t allow Johnson’s government to sideline BLM issues

Black curriculum needed to combat racism

Olivia Bridge says post-Brexit UK immigration rules undermine efforts to make the UK’s national curriculum more diverse

A Track and Trace plan to more deaths

A top-down, over-centralised government Track and Trace system is failing poorer communities, reports Puru Miah

School curriculum – a multicultural past

Former teachers Dave Lister and Mike Davis reflect on different times

Playing politics with race

Puru Miah on the perils of triangulation