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For children of colour, learning to navigate a predominantly white world begins early. In this issue, we meet the role models who are showing young people of colour the power of self-expression – helping them to explore their heritage, give voice to their identity and tell their own story
Other features include: Professional footballers using their platform for good • Meet the UK’s ‘newt counters’ • Indigenous wisdom tackling wildfires in Australia • The woman who uses nature to help solve crimes • Sophie Grace Chappell on bringing kindness to the conversation about trans rights
Together, we will thrive
After Covid-19, we face a new normal. But that doesn’t have to mean worse. From greener economies to united communities and welfare that works, this issue uncovers the opportunities for progress in the wake of the crisis and makes some hopeful predictions for the future.
Other features include: A turning point for Black Lives Matter • Rutger Bregman on why most people are kind • The podcast teaching children how to be resilient • Life floods back to Iraq’s Mesopotamian Marshes • How social media is helping women get financially savvy
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