News Round Up for Week Ending 28th October 2022

A woman reads a newspaper

 

What a week its been in the news, with the ringing in of a new Prime Minister, the downfall of Kanye and the incredible profits achieved by Shell in the midst of a cost of living crisis. 

So what are the positive news stories from the week? Well read on and we will fill you in on stories that brought us joy!

 

A south asian woman with long wavy black hair, wears a floral print blue and white kimono and holds her fingers to her eyes in a glasses shape

Meet Onyx, the zine-making collective magnifying the voices of disabled people of colour

by Isabelle Jani-Friend for Gal-Dem Magazine

READ THE ARTICLE HERE

 

 

 

 

Three actors rehearse in a studio

Actors describe the magic, diversity and message in Royal Shakespeare Company's A Christmas Carol

by Roseanne Edwards for Banbury Guardian

READ THE ARTICLE HERE

 

 

 

 

A group of young men with disabilities play in a band on stage

DaDaFest Liverpool: The disability and deaf arts festival has fully accessible programme for all

by Emily Bonner for Liverpool World

READ THE ARTICLE HERE

 

 

 

 

 

A woman with long brown hair wearing a blue team sports tshirt sits in her wheelchair and concentrates on her aim while playing Boccia

Claire Taggart hoping to inspire others with UK Boccia Championships success

by Gareth Fullerton for Belfast Live

READ THE ARTICLE HERE

 

 

 

 

A brass wheelchair access sign attached to a grey concrete wall

10,000 Black Interns launches new programme for disabled students

by Eve Maddock-Jones for Investment Week

READ THE ARTICLE HERE

 

 

 

 

A young couple stand on a red carpet. A white man with brown slicked back hair and grey suit and a woman with long blonde hair and strapless white gown

Andrew Le Page gets sign language tattoo for Love Island girlfriend Tasha Ghouri

by Charlotte McLaughlin for the Evening Standard

READ THE ARTICLE HERE

 

 

 

A young blac woman with her long hair in a single braid over her shoulder, natural make up and red shirt dress, stands in an office space.

UK music industry to implement anti-racism code of conduct from 2023

by Safi Bugel for The Guardian

READ THE ARTICLE HERE
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