This is a list of ideas, people and projects that I stand behind. Read why I'm publishing these lists here.
My friend Annette, a European immigrant, decided that she wanted to use her skills for something positive to try and foster a different kind of conversation across some of the divisions that had emerged. Read about the Future Assembly here and get tickets to the event here.
Across the globe nearly 300 transgender people have been killed in the past twelve months. Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance.
I believe women need to get comfortable with being seen and being heard. So comfortable we start to enjoy it. Learn how here.
Ali Mc Gill was #upfront in Glasgow. Here's what he has to say about it.
Keep It Complex is a tool to get involved in everyday politics. This team are using art to have conversations with people they disagree with.
Noirbnb's mission is to not only provide safe and welcoming spaces for Black travellers to rent, they also aim to connect the African Diaspora in each corner of the world. Well done. Shame on you Airbnb.
I interviewed Laura Billings over here and she's asking an important question: How can a space be used to bring neighbours together in new ways?
Wish I was going to The Women's Equality Party in Manchester.
Zoe Leonard, an artist primarily known for her photography, sculpture, and site-specific installations, is also an influential feminist and queer activist who started working in New York City in the 1980s, an era marked by overwhelming loss during the AIDS epidemic. She is the creator of I Want A President... (via Salman Chaudhri )