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Or send a cheque made payable to Socialist Newspaper (Publications) Ltd, to Red Pepper magazine FREEPOST RTLK-AUGJ-JUXE 44-48 Shepherdess Walk London N1 7JP.A Red Pepper media training session delivered for the Spark
Black Words Matter – a Red Pepper event at Rich Mix with Shake!, Numbi arts and Gary Younge.
We can either realise a world where technology serves the many, or settle for one in which data oligarchs rule unchecked. By Mathew Lawrence and Laurie Laybourn-Langton
Dr Laura Basu explains that the media allowed politicians to re-write history, erasing the true causes of the economic crisis.
The tabloid press claims to be an authentic voice of the working class - but it's run by and for the elites, writes Matt Thompson
This revolving door between the 'impartial' broadcaster and the Conservatives stinks, writes Louis Mendee – we need a different media
A new Espionage Act threatens whistleblowers and journalists, writes Sarah Kavanagh
'We have come together to denounce this brazen conflict of interest and to champion the growing need for independent, truthful and representative media'