Julz Davis: checking in on Martin Luther King’s dream
Campaigner Julz Davis speaks to the Cable about his Race for Power project to improve racial equity in Bristol, the UK's seventh most unequal city.
Mother of jailed Kill the Bill protester: ‘We never thought she’d get this long’
The mother of a woman recently sentenced to five and a half years after being found guilty of riot speaks out.
‘I want Black and Brown boys and girls to think they can get to these kinds of positions’
Lucy Turner, the new editor of Rife magazine talks about the need for young people to feel believed in, how art helped her face adversity, and how to make media and creative industries less pale, male and stale.
Grief, violence and faith: Bristol filmmaker’s award-winning new short film
Hartcliffe's Paul Holbrook talks about his new film set in Bristol and the importance of telling working class stories.
Turning down an MBE? ‘It was one of the quickest decisions of my life’: Interview with author Nikesh Shukla
Award-winning Bristol-based writer Nikesh Shukla talks refusing an MBE, going from rapper to writer and returning to community activism.
‘It’s like a pain that never goes away’ – Retiring Bristol Flyers basketball player Panos Mayindombe on racism in sport
Panos was 19 when he first experienced racism on the court. More than a decade later, he isn’t sure it’s any better.
Author of damning report into autism services criticises police response, praises council and health services
Sir Stephen Bubb speaks to the Cable about the response to his independent report, which last week exposed serious failings of people with autism and learning disabilities by multiple agencies in Bristol.
The personal trainer working out for Bristol’s asylum seekers and refugees
Tim and his family fled from religious persecution in Nigeria. Here he tells how he is taking back control “within a system where you don’t often win”.