June 30, 2020

Rubber Bullet // June 2020

How is it the end of June already?!

Bored and/or melting in lockdown? We have seen a lot of internet gold this month which we want to share with you lovely lot, because god knows we all deserve good content in these times!

Hamilton tickets cancelled due to the pandemic? The original cast return for a special filmed performance exclusively for Disney+

Check out this powerful stand-up set from Dave Chappelle addressing racism and police brutality.

Wish you could go back in time to tell your past self about the pandemic? The brilliant Julie Nolke hilariously hypothesises just that. 

And one from us! Check out I Promise Myself, a lockdown recovery documentary.

Positive News

Manchester United star, Marcus Rashford won an epic campaign to continue giving free food vouchers for some of the country’s poorest families. He used his influence for good and got the government to continue the scheme over the summer.

In Cambridge, a new scheme aims to build micro houses to tackle the city’s homelessness. Initially this scheme was delayed by the pandemic but has now finished to provide secure and safe housing for those who need it.

A tattoo parlour in Kentucky is offering people free cover-ups of racist or insensitive tattoos after being inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement. They have been overwhelmed with the response, covering hate symbols with beautiful new designs

That’s goodbye for now, but if you have been inspired and created something awesome, please tweet it at @Rubber_Republic. We wanna see what you got! 

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