Alicia Garza on writing the rules, the power of a ballot box and making Black people the heroes of their own stories.
Olivette Otele on a summer of race protests, imposter syndrome and the politics of memory
Philip Pullman on why he doesn’t like reading fantasy, J.K Rowling and why he thinks the UK ‘will fall apart’ over Brexit
Claudia Rankine on the US presidential election, talking to white people about racism and the power of poetry
Yusef Salaam of Central Park Five on being wrongfully jailed, fighting against injustice and Trump’s America
Chris Boardman on giving up his car, pushing through the barriers of change and why Covid-19 may be the catalyst for reshaping Britain’s cycling identity
Sara Pascoe on how biology shapes sex, money and power
Jamie Oliver on the collapse of his restaurant chain, celebrating his dyslexia and the government's obesity strategy
Pankaj Mishra on why democracy is unravelling, the importance of open debate and why we all need a dose of seriousness
Chris Daw QC on why he thinks drugs should be legalised, we should close the prisons and stop crime ‘crackdowns’
Nick Mohammed on saving live-comedy, the art of British Sitcom and the fine line between humour and hurt
Amrou al-Kadhi on being a queer, Muslim drag queen, going to Eton and telling diverse stories
Emma Dabiri on the power of hair, why she hates the word 'diverse' and redesigning capitalism
David Proud on disabled representation on TV, living with Spina Bifida and coronavirus in the disabled community
David ‘Sideman’ Whitely on challenging racial stereotypes, his journey from instagram to radio and why black lives always matter.