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“Who Is Nelson Mandela?”

Nelson Mandela has died of a lung infection at the age of 95 in his home in Johannesburg, South Africa. Mandela was a hero and an icon of freedom as he fought for many years of his life to have rights for his people. Yet shockingly, this life-changing, historical figure was not even known by […]

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What Black Friday Is & Why It’s Bad

As an American in London it’s often surprising that stuff so routine to me is completely obscure to people here. Take ‘Black Friday’, an annual shopping extravaganza with massive sale stock and huge item discounts that’s the complete norm in the US, but doesn’t really have an equivalent here, though Boxing Day sales may be […]

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Words: Short Film About Male Suicide

Exposure secured a grant from The Big Lottery Fund to help highlight the issue of suicide in young men, as well as promoting services that exist to help them. This short film entitled ‘Words’, was written, directed and edited by 16-year-old filmmaker Eren Kaplan. It shows segments of a young man’s life, while we listen […]

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Occupy Attack BBC

Watch this film by Occupy London. It targets the BBC who are funded by license payers to ensure unbiased and inclusive reporting. Unfortunately they fail miserably. It is not acceptable. Challenge the BBC, share this film, make them accountable for inability to report independently as is their duty.

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The Fur Trade

Oh, the exquisite Chanel jackets… the luxurious Prada bags… the ‘to die for’ Jimmy Choo shoes… Sounds like a voiceover soundtrack to the movie ‘The Devil Wears Prada’. Today’s generation is successfully being hypnotised by the materialistic whirlwinds of high fashion, unable to see the true cost of these garments. Many people see fashion as […]

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Malala: World’s New Civil Rights Hero

Over the centuries, we have witnessed many inspirational stories that have changed the world drastically. There are many different people, from all over the globe, such as Martin Luther King, Susan B. Anthony, Mahatma Ghandi, Abraham Lincoln, Mother Teresa and Joan of Arc. Despite having completely different lives in different time periods, they have all […]

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Glory Hunter Football Supporters

Supporting a ‘crap’ football team and living in London isn’t easy. For me, an avid Stoke City fan, it has become harder since we were promoted to the Premiership a few seasons ago – before then no one knew who we were. When everyone was talking about the Manchester United game at the weekend, I’d […]

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Films

Sexual health vox pop

A short vox pop video and improvised spoken word poem

A short vox pop video on the complex nature of domestic...