The cobalt industry in the Congo is big business. Illegal mines, slavery, and a feudal punishment system grant us the charge in our devices.
Today, Snoop took to Instagram to castigate Kanye West for his allegiance to Donald Trump, calling him an “Uncle Tom”. But in heralding the man who burned Kanye, we tend to forget his own crimes.
Donald Trump’s separation and caging of children at the border is not just reprehensible, it has a historic parallel.
While America fixates the existence of the neo-nazi subset, they’re ignoring the reasons why they exist in the first place.
William Cuffay might be a name lost to history, but the concessions he won speak volumes. A great social reformer in two countries, he was not bound to the circumstances of his birth.
The prison system is out-dated, broken and expensive to run. But should we tear down the walls for a modern solution? One pioneering group says yes.
Slavery, as Max Walden explains, is not a historical relic, it is a shifting modern industry which has never been larger.
Slavery and the false veil of liberty, the brutal removal of short-lived liberty, a dig (read: SHOVE) at Hilary Clinton (apparently Rich Jackson ain’t a fan) and a lonely psychiatrist in Baghdad – interested? Read on…
After a Glaswegian lass got a tattoo in order to score free food, Xavier Toby got to thinking – is selling your skin to the publicity machine a modern kind of slavery?
If there’s one thing Suraj Varma learnt from his bed-side book, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, it’s that as a repressed minority you need to speak out and act.