Saturday, 22nd April 2023 will mark 30 years since the tragic and racist murder of Stephen Lawrence in 1993. It is not possible to talk about race and racism during the 1990s in the UK without referring to Stephen’s life and the forms of institutional and state racism that were exposed as a consequence of his murder and the Lawrence family’s ongoing fight for justice. Register here.
On the 22 April 1993, Doreen and Neville Lawrence were informed that their 18-year-old son, Stephen, had been murdered in a racist attack whilst waiting at a bus stop. Grief stricken and traumatised at losing their beloved son, they were forced into fighting for truth and justice. A fight, which no grieving parents should ever
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An independent review into the standards of behaviour and internal culture of the Metropolitan Police Service Baroness Casey of Blackstock DBE CB March 2023. Only two years ago, in March 2021, Sarah Everard was abducted, raped and murdered by a serving Metropolitan Police Officer. With greater courage than I can ever imagine, Sarah’s mother, Susan
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