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What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name?

So - finally - Colston Hall, the premier concert venue in Bristol, is changing its name. The announcement comes after many years of calls for this to ...
Physician Heal Thyself

Physician Heal Thyself

So amongst other things, I host a weekly show on community radio, and on my last show I spoke about how, partly due to the evolution of social media a ...
Correcting the Narrative: A Conversation about Challenging Media Representations of Native Americans

Correcting the Narrative: A Conversation about Challenging Media Representations of Native Americans

Since the first European explorers landed on their land, Native Americans have faced intentional and systemic violence, resulting in a genocide of liv ...
The Black Arts Funding Trap –  Why a new model is needed for BAME arts projects

The Black Arts Funding Trap – Why a new model is needed for BAME arts projects

Signifier recently teamed up with MeWe360, a non-profit incubator that supports creative entrepreneurs, to look at how funding models can hinder or su ...
A Thousand Words

A Thousand Words

The photos of four dead members of the same family, including the now iconic shot of a dead toddler lying face down in the sand, go viral, and make th ...
Whiteness and the Racism Within Us

Whiteness and the Racism Within Us

A recent piece of research undertaken by the Centre on Ethnicity Dynamics (CoDE) at the University of Manchester shows that Bristol is the 2nd worst p ...
700

700

So imagine this... Somewhere in the world there's a village, with a population of around 700 people or so. You don't know any of them personally, b ...
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