This research is informed by a wide range of prior studies, but it particularly draws on work that takes seriously “the intersection of platform capitalism and racial capitalism” (Cottom 2020: 441). Accordingly, while this research focuses on the digital experiences of creators of colour, it also critically addresses systemic power regimes (e.g., structural racism) that underpin online platforms. The next section of the report reflects on the context of the CCIs in Britain, followed by a focus on digital racism. The project findings are then outlined in three subsequent separate yet interlinked sections: Digital Communities and Solidarity, Algorithms and Visibility, and Digital Presence and Safety. The conclusion highlights key findings which are lines of enquiry for future academic, industry, and policy research.