Shado is a multimedia platform driving change at the intersection of arts, activism, and academia. Shado has its name after the four main pillars of their work: See, Hear, Act and Do. They publish an online and print magazine, run a series of events, and produce creative projects, working towards social and climate justice. Shado is a collaborative platform uplifting the voices of grassroots activists and they have worked with the likes of Michaela Loch and Nadeem Perera, two inspiring young intersectional activists.
people looking to add an activist focused magazine to their reading list 📙
Shado unpacks narratives around social and climate justice through in-depth stories, podcasts, photography series and their print magazine. They analyse pop culture and media from a justice perspective breaking down what we think we know about these topics. We love their intersectional angle, focusing on stories about queer and BIPOC rights. Shado’s glossary page is a great resource to bookmark. The page breaks down what the most common terms often used in the social justice movement is and links to further resources for people wanting to dig deeper into those topics. They have published four issues of their print magazine so far on Migration to Europe, Global Womxnhood, Climate Justice and Youth. Each issue features around 20 features of activists and artists at the forefront of the climate and social justice movements, fighting for a just future for all.