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Here's our 24 most inspiring Bristol young people under 24 for 2019

This year's list features another round of the city's most impressive young people.
Bristol / / Rife Editor

What young people need now

Sumaya finds out what young people *really* need from youth services

The New Royals: Drag Kings and Queens

AFAB drag queen Mariana Trench and drag king Roddy Jodphurs show us their Bristol drag scene
Arts/Culture / Bristol / Film / / Rife Editor

Why men with privilege need to step up to support women

Those with power should use it to help those with less privilege.
Bristol / Social Issues / / Syirah Ami

'Burgerz is about meat, violence, men, fragility, strength': talking to theatre-maker Travis Alabanza

The trans performer and hit show creator tells us about bringing their work back to their hometown
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Rife Editor

What to do if you’re struggling with your first year of uni

University isn't all pub crawls, making pals and getting Firsts.
Social Issues / / Katherine Gray

'I'm not ready to remember' - when your mum is an alcoholic

How Sara* realised her mum's drinking was out of control
Social Issues / / Sara Maine

Meet the young Bristolians on strike to save our planet

Heulwen, Milly and Lily are part of YouthStrike4Climate Bristol - find out why they're protesting for less pollution
Bristol / Social Issues / / Rife Editor

When nail varnish isn't just nail varnish

When it came to wearing his new nails outside, Ravi realised that sometimes, it is that deep
Social Issues / / Ravi Kakkad

An interview with the writer behind a 2019 take on Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Reece catches up with Matt Grinter, who has spun the classic gothic tale into a modern ugliness we can all...
Arts/Culture / / Reece Armitage-Bye

Always the first time: falling in (and out) of love

Frankie looks back on the first time she fell in love with a girl, and the first time she fell...
Lifestyle / / Frankie Rose

Joker depicts the dangerous roar of the downtrodden

Dana thinks on how we all get tricked by Joaquin Phoenix's demented protagonist *SPOILERS AHEAD*
Film / / Dana Archer

‘I’d rather see a white doctor, if you don’t mind:’ how patients can hurt doctors too

Neha describes the moment that she realised her race could affect how her patients saw her
Social Issues / / Neha Maqsood

How to speak to someone who has an eating disorder

Rosie reflects on her own experience of having an eating disorder to work out what to say to a friend
Social Issues / / Rosie Webb

The unseen history of Brandon Hill

Hadi talks us though the heady history of Bristol's inner city park, from trenches to pick-up spot 
Bristol / History / / Hadi Sami

What it’s like to move from Poland to study at Bristol University

Zosia chats the challenges and joys she's experienced since getting to the UK
Lifestyle / / Zosia Gontar

Dyslexia: why is it such a hard word to spell?

Kitty explores her experience of dyslexia in a moving short film
Social Issues / / Kitty Reeves-Short

How BFI Film Academy Bristol helped these three women get their start in the industry

The number of women working in film and TV is shockingly low.
Bristol / / Rife Editor

Nominations are open for Rife's 2019 24 under 24 list

Who’s the most inspirational Bristol young person you know?
Bristol / / Rife Editor

Every city I go to feels like a home: a photo essay

Laili’s rich, beautiful photos show her perspective as a refugee living in Bristol  I was 14 when I came to...
Art / Bristol / / Laili Amini

Go to a Brook sexual health walk-in with Lily

Shy about checking up on your sexual health? There's no need to be - visit a walk-in with Lily with...
Bristol / Film / Guide / / Lily Konteh

Four body-positive brands the UK high street could learn from

Hollie looks to global shops for the inclusivity she's not seeing in the UK
Fashion / Social Issues / / Hollie Jones

Write about your First Times for Rife

Rife wants your personal essays on the theme of 'First Times.' 
Arts/Culture / / Rife Editor

Football and Racism: what’s being done?

Alex examines how social media is making racism even harder to battle in sport
Social Issues / Sport / / Alex Felstead