Exploring the journey of ‘authentic’ Indian food from the 70s to present day in the UK and searching for the taste of home away from home.
The Afro haircare industry generates £88 billion in the UK, but Black business only accounts for 5% of the industry. Is there a link between the prevalence of harmful chemicals in these products and the lack of Black businesswomen?
Coming out remains challenging for Chinese students living abroad, as the love-hate relationship within Chinese families continues in 2023.
A postcard from the mecca of black literature
How has the UK’s first independent Black publishing house and bookshop been influential to the Black community?
London has caught the Americana Blues
From lowkey blues gigs to all-out country bars, the city cowboy community has carved a space for itself in London….
Amid the current housing crisis, many people house hunting in London are receiving inappropriate propositions on rental platforms.
How does the Indian diaspora eat their toast?
An exploration of culture, experimenting in the kitchen, and the comfort of the quotidian bread.
Is mindfulness making young people more lonely?
Recent research has revealed that 35% of people aged 16-35 are suffering from chronic loneliness, the highest figure in 13 years.
Young Muslim women in London are struggling to find cool clothes. Is streetwear the answer?
Feeling uncatered for in the UK’s modest clothing industry, Muslim millennials and Gen-Zers are gravitating towards the streetwear style to meet their modest fashion needs.
Sober Girl Society: Sobriety in the Instagram age
The sober and sober-curious movement is growing amongst young women. Millie Gooch, founder of Sober Girl Society, talks to Artefact about how online communities are facilitating this change.