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Ilayda McIntosh

Ilayda McIntosh is a writer, journalist and photographer specialising within topics of arts, culture, race relations and gender politics. She has a BA (Hons) degree in English and Drama. @iilaydamac
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Why we're all socialists in a crisis

"Genuine equality means not treating everyone the same, but attending equally to everyone’s different needs."Why Marx was right, Terry Eagleton. (p. 104) Unless you've been...

BAFTAs 2020: Joaquin Phoenix and Glass Houses

"I think we send a very clear message to people of colour that you're not welcome here."Joaquin Phoenix, Bafta 2020's acceptance speech Representation, or...

A Kind of People: can we explore race and relationships on stage? (3.5/5 stars)

A Kind of People is a remarkably composed piece of theatre, providing a relevant commentary on the affairs of race and class in multicultural...

Guava Island: A Review in Retrospect

A Review in Retrospect takes a look back as arts, culture, tv and film related events from the past through a retrospective lens. Guava Island...

When I Get Home, An Enigmatic Exploration Of Solange’s Journey To Herself

Two years after the release of A Seat At The Table, Solange dropped When I Get Home. After the widespread critical acclaim and success of her...

90ZBACK is Bridging the Gap Between 90s and Contemporary Fashion

90ZBACK is redefining what a vintage shop is. The brand is quickly building a reputation for merging contemporary fashion and trends with old school,...

The Problematic Tabloid Narrative of Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry began dating in the Summer of 2016, and married in Spring 2018. Since their early days, Meghan has been under constant...

‘Once Enslaved Then Colonised. And Now Repatriated’: The Windrush Deportations

10 months on, the Windrush scandal continues. At 1:43pm on Thursday 7th February, a chartered Titian Airways flight landed at Kingston’s Norman Manley Airport. Carrying...

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