Reni Eddo-Lodge's blogpost-turned-book is an unapologetic response to a tired conversation.
It was the first time activists had managed to stop a whole plane-load of people from being shipped out of the country.
HMP Holloway recently closed its doors, and a community effort has risen to stop the former prison site becoming more luxury housing in a city where it's already impossible to find an affordable place to live.
Five years since Duggan's death sparked riots across England, there are specific reasons why we need a Black Lives Matter movement in the UK, too.
Her six years as home secretary were characterised more by their brutality than their effectiveness.
The political class has given up, so we have to do it ourselves.
It's great we have our first BME mayor. Now, he needs to actually make life better for us.
We need to be able to oppose Islamophobia without being smeared as terrorist-sympathisers.
The idea that black social movements tend to be led only by male leaders of African-American churches is being left in the past.
Teachers and nurses are being turned into part-time spies with the bare minimum of "training."
The details of her death fall into a shocking pattern of callousness.
To really defeat ISIS we have to question an ideology that has killed over 1.3 million people.