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Anti-blackness: a performative business

TW: Racism The early 19th century saw the introduction of minstrel shows and their quick and steady spread across the United States and Britain. Minstrel...

Can I speak to the manager?: what ‘Karen’ tells us about Internet discourse

'The social context to Internet discourse should not go ignored.' Zehra Munir discusses the 'Karen' phenomenon and its ability to capture the mood of society.

Oxford University worker told Muslim woman to ‘go home’

Aisha Ali Khan says she was told to “go home” by an Oxford University worker during a conversation on politics. According to Khan, Dr...

Noah Carl defence fund linked to far-right

In raising money to dispute the allegations that he has ties to the far-right, Noah Carl has enlisted the services of a man with close ties to the far-right.

Cambridge student quits over “structural racism”

A PhD student has withdrawn from her course at Cambridge due to “structural racism” within the university. Indiana Seresin, whose government-funded doctorate focused on contemporary American artists...

Professor accuses Cambridge of anti-white racism

An Oxford Theology don has condemned Cambridge of their treatment of Jordan Peterson.

Breakdown: Oxford’s 2019 access report in full

White applicants over 40% more likely to received an offer than BME applicants

Former Nuffield fellow Noah Carl expelled from Cambridge

The investigation found that "Dr Carl had collaborated with a number of individuals who were known to hold extremist views"

Kicking out racism in football

Greg Pankhurst examines what needs to be done to eliminate racism from the game

Union suspends member for Nazi salute

The accused member claimed that their goose-stepping was a “cultural exploration” of military practices.

Virtue or reality: defending the white saviour

Charity work may often have selfish motivations, but it still raises awareness and money for good causes.

On Liam Neeson, sexual racism and the optics of white fragility and black monstrosity

If the rapist had been white, I doubt Neeson would have stalked the streets looking for any white man to attack.

Student societies sign open letter calling for retraction of Weidel invitation

28 student societies and campaigns have signed the open letter, including the Oxford SU's Campaign for Racial Awareness and Equality.

Revealed: Oxford research associate’s far-right links

Dr Stephen Pax Leonard wrote, 'liked' and retweet anti-Semitic content, and was due to attend the Traditional Britain Group (TBG) conference held last Saturday week

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