illustrated by Marta Parszeniew; photos by Emily Bowler
The Colour Of Madness is a seminal BAME led & curated anthology, comprised of poetry, fiction, essays, memoirs, and art submitted by BAME writers, academics, mental health workers, artists and those still navigating life with mental health problems in the UK.
In a world where asserting that your life does in fact ‘matter’ is a radical act, it can feel impossibly naive to dream of equality, of a black life lived in dignity. Patrisse Khan Cullors, co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, dares to dream of that radical future.
When They Call You A Terrorist by Xenia Latii
When I started university, as a Black English literature student, I found my programme heavily weighted towards literature written by straight, white, upper-class men. I rarely found myself reflected in the texts I studied or the people who taught me.
Witch side are you on? by Terri Po
A book tunnel at The Last Bookstore, LA. Photograph: James F Martinez
Los Angeles after dark from Mulholland Drive by Gilad Rom