For many, the thought of posing in the nude in front of a camera with very little to preserve your dignity is perhaps a little too much on the scary side, even if it is for charity. While for...
From the mid 17th century, black slaves were being sold, auctioned and inventoried by slave masters until 1833, when the British government passed an act in parliament abolishing the slave trade. It had taken the hard work of numerous...
‘White, male and middle class.’ There’s always something so poignant about a power of three to emphasise a point, isn’t there? But perhaps the use of the word ‘power’ here may also emphasise a hint of irony, for this...
I’m Ryan Jordan - your Ethnic Minorities Officer. The theme for this year’s Black History Month is the 70th anniversary of Windrush: a notable period in history in which the ship MV Empire Windrush carried several hundred individuals from...
Whether in Comment, News or Features, Concrete has repeatedly returned to the discussion of decolonising the curriculum. As Black History Month reignites the conversation once more, despite being in agreement that things should change, it’s questionable whether anything actually...
  ving studied Politics for the past two-and-a-bit years, I’m always met with the ‘oh, so you want to be an MP then?’ type questions by family, friends and even taxi drivers (who are always up for a discussion on...