Everything you need to know about the hostile environment, why it was created and who it serves, how it upholds a system of racial capitalism and what we can do to resist it.
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Heedayah Lockman is a Glasgow-based freelance illustrator and graphic designer, with an architectural background. Inspired by still life and food, she enjoys exploring colour and different techniques by using grids and patterns that contrast the shapes of everyday objects. Please find more of her work on Instagram; @heedayahlockman.
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