Read Meet our incredible 30 Under 30 2020

Meet our incredible 30 Under 30 2020

The West of England’s best and brightest 30 and unders, chosen by you

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How Bristol helped me after five years in psychiatric hospital

Abi’s first taste of freedom in the city was an empowering experience

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The influence of Western beauty standards on non-Western communities

Sajeea studies the narrow measures of beauty we consider the norm

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Learn about Canadian persecution of Indigenous communities

Dark Cloud is one of the last Chippewa people to tell his story

Read The Peculiar Privilege of Learning Where You Come From

The Peculiar Privilege of Learning Where You Come From

Naomi reflects on her experiences of being white-passing and mixed-race

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Coronavirus and my grandmother’s late-stage dementia

Ella recently recently moved back to my home with her grandma Gladys

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Lionelle Nsarhaza's poetic short film, made in collaboration with other creatives, explores systemic racism from a personal perspective.

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Ella looks ahead to the new area of the revered skatepark opening this year, while having a look back at...
Bristol / / Ella Hambly

Meet our incredible 30 Under 30 2020

Check out the West of England's best and brightest 30 and unders, all chosen by you
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In this series, Lucy meets local Black-owned business owners to find out more about themselves and their businesses.
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Bristol Black-Owned Businesses: Darkeur Earrings

In this series, Lucy meets local Black-owned business owners to find out more about themselves and their businesses.
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Bristol Black-Owned Businesses: The Lab

In this series, Lucy meets local Black-owned business owners to find out more about themselves and their businesses.
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Watch a short documentary telling the story of this ascendant Bristol club crew so far
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Rife Editor

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Mabel's short film shows what it's like to be hyper-vigilant as a woman walking the city solo
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