Monthly Archives: October 2018

Black history is Welsh history – so why does it remain untold?

Our co-chair, Fflur Arwel, reflects on the significance of Black History Month in Wales – and what might be missing from our own understanding of mainstream Welsh history. Every October we celebrate and commemorate Black History Month in Wales. The…

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Greenish – A Zero Waste Life

To those who live in Cardiff and its surrounding area this week is an important one in the city’s journey towards an environmental identity. We’ve discover the location of the new zero-waste, zero-plastic shop Ripple. There couldn’t be a more…

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For our future – we demand a People’s Vote

Carmen Ria Smith, Plaid Ifanc member, attended People’s Vote March in London on Saturday the 20th of October representing both Plaid Cymru and For Future’s Sake. Here’s the speech she gave… Why are you here today? Hope for a better…

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This is why we need a People’s Vote.

“It is the belief” I said, my shaking voice echoing around the conference hall, “of the majority young members of this Party that a Hard Brexit will be at the detriment of our futures”. Looking back on it now over…

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