Meet Kerry, the Hartcliffe community activist on a mission
“We’ve got so used to things being taken away from us, that a lot of people don’t know we’ve got rights.”
Exclusive interview: “Judah will not be silenced”
Taser survivor Ras Judah Adunbi and filmmakers Bashart Malik and Zaheer Mamon are crowdfunding for a new film about racial injustice.
Jamming for the girls
From racism to gentrification, poet Shagufta K Iqbal has plenty to say.
Rising up to open opportunities in the arts
Rising Arts Agency is helping young people of colour to break into the cultural sector.
Artificial intelligence, robots, and the future of society: interview with Darren Jones
We are hurtling into a ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’: an age of artificial intelligence, advanced robotics, and unparalleled automation in the workplace. Should we be worried? To find out, the Cable spoke to Darren Jones – one Bristol MP who is paying attention
Massive response to Bristol councillor’s petition for Windrush-era citizens
Local residents have launched a campaign to protect them from deportation threats.
Bristol: Highest number of mental health patient preventable deaths
Highly vulnerable patients have died after NHS failings. Why?
Taking on diversity beyond tokens
In December, the Cable brought together members of the local community and media organisations to discuss issues of representation.
A pioneering project to tackle gender-based violence needs help
The Cable speaks to Bristol Zero Tolerance about how the initiative to eradicate gender-based violence could be saved.
After Grenfell: what now for fire safety in Bristol?
what is being done in Bristol to improve fire safety after the Grenfell disaster?
MP Charlotte Leslie: Sheikhs, food hampers and trips abroad
Sandi Dheensa takes a look at how local MP Charlotte Leslie has represented the interests of Middle Eastern regimes and sheikdoms during her time in...