Sinister sounds: How the phonetics of scare words amplify their meaning
John Kline reflects on how scare words like ‘racist’ and ‘hate’ are designed to rattle us.
It’s cool to be Asian, but don’t mention the virus!
(3 minute read) Grace Choi examines the media’s love-hate relationship with East Asian people and culture.
O Come ALL ye faithful …
(3 minute read) Nicole Law reflects on the challenges facing humanity as she sets up her Christmas crib.
My Brother in My Arms
(3 minute read) Nicole Law offers a poetical analysis of inequalities in her native Singapore.
How schools can embrace diversity and inclusion
(3 minute read) Clare Campbell explores ways to make schools welcome places to children of all faiths and none.
Rewriting the history books
(7 minute read) Maddy Fry examines how the efforts of a little known group of women have contributed to keeping racism alive in the southern US.
Why football may not be ready to come home
(4 minute read) Neo Kalungu-Banda says England still has much to learn - and not only on the pitch.
When things aren’t always black and white
(6 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst offers a biracial perspective on Meghan-gate.
The best of 2020
Since it’s a time for looking back as well as looking forward, we wanted to share with you some of Adamah's best articles from 2020, in case you missed them ... or to enjoy again.
Not just skin-deep: racism’s lasting wounds
(9 minute read) Joseph Evans finds himself reflecting deeply on the reality of racism during a panel discussion, and discovers new horizons of pain he had never before considered.