Dear Stephen – Report: Race and Belonging 30 Years On
“Racism is often a matter of life and death. This was never more true than for Stephen Lawrence, a bright young man who dreamed of becoming an architect. Stephen was murdered by racist strangers as he made his way home with a friend in South East London, 30 years ago. The fight for justice that followed, led by Stephen’s grieving parents, has brought us all to know Stephen’s name, and carry forward his legacy.”
In tribute to Stephen Lawrence’s legacy, Runnymede Trust has shared a report focusing on connection in our communities. At a time when the UK feels increasingly polarised, it finds hope in today’s younger generations.