A diaspora community of Hong Kongers in Bristol will hold events this week to commemorate pro-democracy protests that took place in Hong Kong in 2019 and 2020
A group of residents calling themselves Bee the Change have installed a bee-friendly garden on top of a bus stop on Cheltenham Road in what they say is a call for action on nature.
Amongst the music and performances, visitors to the Harbourside Festival on Saturday were treated to choruses of We Shall Overcome thanks to a rally in support of refugees and asylum seekers.
Making its return to the city’s streets after a two-year Covid hiatus, the Bristol Pride march brought tens of thousands of people to support LGBTQ+ rights.
Until recently, the activities of the family court, a branch of the high court, were almost entirely unknown to the general public. A small number of campaigners are hoping to bring what goes on behind closed doors into the light.
There’s plenty to be angry about in the world right now. The good news is that Bristol has something for everyone when it comes to fighting back.