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The real message of Don’t Look Up is: ‘look around’

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Debs Grayson explores Don’t Look Up’s deconstruction of the myth that solutions to the planet’s problems can be found at the heart of the empire that creates them.

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Beneath the surface of the BBC’s Blair & Brown series

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Michael Rustin discusses the deeper context of the New Labour story.

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Soundings blog: My homeplace

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Tanazia Gabriel-Fleary on how she came to understood that 'I am undeniably and unapologetically a black British-Caribbean woman, and every element of that is complexly wonderful.'

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Soundings blog: Staying power

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Brenda Kirsch looks at a pioneering account of the Black presence in British history. 

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Soundings blog: The colour of memory

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John Siblon on the exclusion of black African war service from the memorial landscape. 

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Stephen Williams on discovering Eleanor Marx afresh

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Stephen Williams on Letters from England, 1895: Eleanor Marx and Edward Aveling, edited by Stephen Williams and Tony Chandler and translated by Francis King.

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An extract from Building a Radical University

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In this extract from her chapter ‘Bloody Snobs’ in Building a Radical University, Tanya Frank describes the impact of the University of East London on her life and work.

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Soundings blog: Beyond radical neighbourliness: the case for micro-democracy

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Susanna Rustin on the potential of neighbourhood networks

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