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Nominate someone incredible for Rife’s 30 under 30 2020

We’re resetting the way we do our usual annual list of exceptional people – here’s why

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Why your perception of care leavers is probably wrong

How the media misrepresents foster children and care leavers

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Black Photography Commission: Documenting Community

Yewande Adeniran’s work aims to reveal the beauty in the everyday

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Purple Girls

A love letter to the women who raise us

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The power of a compassionate workplace

Aggie says goodbye to Rife

Read Bristol Black-Owned Businesses #2

Bristol Black-Owned Businesses #2

Lucy meets Saharla, the owner and creator of Darkeur earrings

Read Black Photography Commission: Identity

Black Photography Commission: Identity

'They tell the tale of different struggles and strengths externally and internally.'

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Why has Bristol's music scene been so overlooked since Massive Attack?

Alfie wonders why the Bristol music he loves is still overshadowed by Massive Attack's massive impact
Music / / Alfie Skinner

Coronavirus and my grandmother’s late-stage dementia

Ella recently recently moved back to my home with her grandma Gladys. Here's how her family are managing the lockdown
Social Issues / / Ella Hambly

Rife wants your poetry

We’re commissioning young Black creatives’ poetry. Here’s how to send in your ideas
Bristol / / Rife Editor

Bristol Black-Owned Businesses

Bristol Black-Owned Businesses: Bristol Clothing Pushers

In this series, Lucy meets local Black-owned business owners to find out more about themselves and their businesses.
Arts/Culture / Bristol / Fashion / / Lucy Turner

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.
Art / Bristol / Fashion / / Lucy Turner

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.
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Lucy Turner

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Why I set up a nature camp for BAME young people

Mya-Rose (aka Birdgirl) tells us why she's passionate about running wildlife camps for inner-city teenagers
Bristol / Lifestyle / Social Issues / / Mya-Rose Craig

Why are antidepressants still taboo in millennial mental health?

While everyone's happy to chat about self-care and mindfulness, no-one wants to talk about medication
Social Issues / / Sarah Nabi

Go to these green spaces in Bristol to boost your mental health

Molly has a guide to the best places you can go to ease your mind

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Meet Bristol-based club night on the rise, Beeswax

Watch a short documentary telling the story of this ascendant Bristol club crew so far
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Rife Editor

Are You Scared Yet?: a film about walking alone as a woman

Mabel's short film shows what it's like to be hyper-vigilant as a woman walking the city solo
Bristol / Film / Social Issues / / Mabel Wynne

Purple Girls - a love letter to the women who raise us

Photographer and filmmaker Qezz Gill’s debut short film ‘Purple Girls’ is a visual celebration of womanhood.

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Bristol Black-Owned Businesses: Bristol Clothing Pushers

In this series, Lucy meets local Black-owned business owners to find out more about themselves and their businesses.
Arts/Culture / Bristol / Fashion / / Lucy Turner

Black Photography Commission: Portraits and Multiculturalism

Oona Chanfi explores the theme of multiculturalism and identity through her portraits.
Art / Bristol / Social Issues / / Rife Editor

Five John Carpenter Films to watch this winter

Harry runs us through his top films by his favourite director 
Arts/Culture / Film / / Harry Yeo