Why so-called ‘Barista Visas’ won’t help UK Hospitality Workers
The ‘barista visa’ ultimately will keep EU migrants in a legally subordinate position to nationals, exacerbating the ‘migrant division of labour’ and further undermining all working conditions. The further precarisation of migrant labourers in the hospitality industry will at best allow business owners to continue exploitative practices and at worst, further divide workers.
How to Study for Knowledge When the World Wants You to Study for Money
Some tips from an academic on how to pursue knowledge when your university wants you to chase a job.
7 Ways the Home Office’s Prevent Strategy is Turning Everyday People into Police
The government’s latest counter-terrorism bill is entrenching racism and surreptitiously undermining our civil liberties. Comprehensive new measures build on an existing framework that has been egregiously targeting minority ethnic communities since 2001. It is now permeating nearly all aspects of the public realm.
Farewell to the Middle Classes
When the middle drops to the bottom, the bottom drops out.
Django in chains: American racism and the bootstrapping myth
The ideology of Tarantino’s new film resists the necessary dismantling of white supremacy – the system of structural racism that privileges white people over others, regardless of the presence or absence of racial hatred.