VARSITY OCT 2020

End Everyday Racism report reveals pervasiveness of racism in Cambridge

The report, released yesterday by the End Everyday Racism Project, includes key findings that students felt ‘powerless’ to report experiences of racism, with over half of incidents taking place in Colleges

VARSITY DEC 2018

Preserving a legacy of feminist action helps carve out spaces for the present

CUSU Women’s officer Claire Sosienski Smith discusses the importance of claiming spaces of refuge within the university by mapping a history of feminist organising

VARSITY NOV 2018

Experiencing colourism as a mixed-race person

Columnist Priya Edwards discusses how and why colourism is confusing as a woman of colour who sometimes benefits from white privilege

THE TAB OCT 2020

End Everyday Racism launches its first report on racial abuse in Cambridge

The project has collected 117 testimonies of racial harassment from students and staff at the University of Cambridge, using an anonymous web-based reporting programme.

VARSITY DEC 2018

Equality commission launches investigation into racism at universities

Students and staff can submit evidence to the Commission until February 2019, ahead of the publication of a report on the issue

THE TAB NOV 2018

The rise of the far-right in Cambridge

The Tab investigates this swell of hatred, and how it is being combatted

VARSITY OCT 2018

Researchers seek to map racism across the University

According to Dr Mónica Moreno Figueroa, one of three team members who developed ‘End Everyday Racism’, the project hopes to “account for everyday racism in ways that… can be put as truthful and trustworthy.”

EVERYDAY RACISM AT CAMBRIDGE