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Women of colour deserve to be included in campaigns

Pink boobs. Giant inflatable pink boobs. This is the image that popped up on my Twitter feed a few days ago. The boob bus is a campaign launched by Lorraine Kelly for the Change and Check breast cancer awareness campaign to coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness month this October. My …

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As a teenage activist of colour, I’m sick of being ignored

On Friday 20 September, 350,000 people – myself included – took to the streets to protest the government’s inaction on the climate crisis in the UK, joined by millions more as part of the global climate strike. A week later, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets again in Montreal. …

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The best summer cocktail chairs: new launches at Milan’s furniture fair are full of colour, unusual shapes and made with contemporary materials

A colourful cocktail of small, summery chairs adds character to any entertaining space. With designers taking adventurous approaches to colour and pattern, it’s easy to create a lively ambience while the use of lighter, contemporary materials lets you whizz seats outside or indoors depending on the weather.  New launches at …

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Vivian Maier: early colour photos that belied a wry personality

Ever since her life’s work was discovered by a collector in a house clearance sale, Vivian Maier has been a darling of the photography world. For years her unique story has aroused an extraordinary amount of speculation, most notably in the Oscar-nominated 2013 documentary Finding Vivian Maier. Now a new exhibition will …

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