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Anthony Ekundayo Lennon, born to Irish parents but describes himself as ‘mixed-heritage’, won a theatre job meant to go to a BAME applicant

At the end of July, the footballer announced his resignation from the German national football team – why?

By Jörg Heiser

A new film uses a sculpture by the late Donald Rodney to reflect on the many tales of race and class that are etched on the skin 

By Tavia Nyong’o

Why the sportswear corporation built a brand philosophy premised on personal transcendence and social justice

By Alan Bradshaw

The LA-based artist’s videos, sculptures and photographs frame public drinking as an issue of gender, race and class

By Eliel Jones
 Charles White, Sound of Silence, 1978, colour lithograph on paper, 64 × 90 cm. Courtesy: © The Charles White Archives Inc and the Art Institute of Chicago

A short story by novelist Wayétu Moore in response to Charles White

By Wayétu Moore

Is the lack of social mobility in the arts due to a self-congratulatory conviction that the sector represents the solution rather than the problem?

By Hettie Judah

A new report suggests that women, people from working-class backgrounds and BAME workers all face significant exclusion

By Tom Jeffreys

The artist's layered, tender paintings consider the history of being seen and touched by black women

By Simone White

US true crime series Unsolved takes two formative pop cultural events to explore their concealed human stories and systemic narratives

By Ian Bourland

The limits of multidisciplinarity: from Adrian Piper to the 10th Berlin Biennale

By Pablo Larios

From credit scores to algorithmic policing, Jackie Wang’s Carceral Capitalism reveals technocracy as not merely analytical, but predictive

By Steven Zultanski