Inside a Bristol warehouse is a vast history of women’s fight for rights
The Cable explores the present day relevance of the Feminist Archive South.
Watch: the women working on the tools and bucking the trend
Inspiring stories of local women bucking the trend and building successful careers in the trades.
Banjo Island: the close-knit community behind the reputation
Despite its fearsome reputation, we found a warm community and good living on Banjo Island estate in Cadbury Heath.
I did time for tagging
Jack Keeling, who was imprisoned for graffiti, talks to the Bristol Cable about his sentence, Bristol’s graffiti scene and the council’s promise to create legal graffiti walls.
Should strip clubs be banned?
The renewal of the licenses for two strip clubs in Bristol in March reignited debate in the city about the presence of sexual entertainment venues...
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.
Voice: A Bristol guide to racist Halloween costumes
“If I can dress up as Captain America why can’t I be an ‘Arab’ or an ‘Indian’? And how dare you offend me by being...
The Bristol Reform Riots
October 1831 saw a blaze of anger and thirst for change in the city Over three days in October 1831, Bristol saw arguably the most important riot in British history.
How this Barcelona group is building community power
An interview with the vice-president of the Federation of Neighbourhood Associations of Barcelona
A never-ending journey
What can history teach us about how we got here and where we go next? The Journey to Justice project aims to find out by...
Dont knock EastEnders, it has important lessons for us all
A social worker justifies their not-so-guilty pleasure.
Discontent, despair and anger: responses to the Tasering of Ras Judah Adunbi
Desmond Brown encountered strong feelings when he asked local people to respond to the Tasering of Ras Judah, a 63-year-old black race relations adviser in Easton.
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