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Alexander Nekrassov 23 Apr 18
May's regime used the anniversary of 's death to the maximum effect to drive an even bigger wedge between white and black people in Britain. Her government is divisive and prejudiced against everything that is decent.
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nazir afzal 22 Apr 18
Reflecting on 25 yrs since murdered, 50 yrs on from "Rivers of Blood" & with Grenfell & Windrush in our minds Why is there not 1 Black or Asian Chief Constable? Nor Permanent Secretary Nor Supreme Court Judge? Nor (insert here)? Diversity = better decisionmaking
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Jason Watkins 22 Apr 18
25thAnniversary of the murder of .Having lost a child myself,I struggle 2comprehend the loss of such a capable young man,his life ahead of him,in such circumstances to this despicable gang.Thoughts are with Doreen&Neville.We must wherever we find it.
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wiley fox 🇬🇧 23 Apr 18
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Brownie 23 Apr 18
So if there is to be a day I look forward to celebrating Lee Rigby day as he was killed in a racially and religiously motivated attack.
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Kerry-Anne Mendoza 24 Apr 18
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Runnymede Trust Feb 5
Black children - age 14, 15 onwards have literally been dying on our streets and this govt have barely batted an eye. Instead they've played political football with and introduced initiatives that further criminalise vulnerable black children
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Nick Sep 13
Today we remember Stephen Lawrence who should be celebrating his 45th birthday. His life was cut short when a bunch of racists beat him to death 26 years ago. Rest in paradise bro, you will never be forgotten ❤
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PenkyMax 28 Apr 18
. the list gets longer with you You’ve missed an awful lot of memos then eh
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Michelle 16h
get whose murder was covered up for years to never ever seeing a single police officer held to account for their part played in son's murder being covered up. But yet both and have only today blocked the
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COPS 18 Jun 18
infiltrated Bloody Sunday march organisers. As with , the police kept the fact of their spying from the public inquiry that was meant to get to the bottom of the issue
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FoxtrotCop Esq. 🇬🇧 23 Apr 18
Before you pass on the ‘all cops are racist’ line based on a media resurgence of a case from 25 years ago, remember... Most police officers weren’t even in the job 25 years ago.
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Beverley Knight 23 Apr 18
It was my great pleasure and honour to sing again for the charitable Trust on this the 25th anniversary of his death. I welcome the announcement made today. ❤️xxx
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Labour Students BAME 22 Apr 18
Today marks 25 years since the murder of . Attitudes to race in this country have changed but there’s so much still to do and we can’t afford to be complacent. The fight for equality continues ✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿
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Hugh Quarshie 23 Apr 18
With two of the Met’s finest at the memorial service, Sergeant Loy and the man whose investigation led to the conviction of two of the killers, the great DCI Clive Driscoll. Respect.
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Runnymede Trust 27 Apr 18
"Stephen Lawrence Day should recognise obstacles that BME people experience on a daily basis in different aspects of their life" - Runnymede's Dr Zubaida Haque writes in
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Candice Carty-Williams 23 Apr 18
A national commemoration of will take place on 22nd April each year. That way, we can never forget the way the british police force let Stephen and his family down time and time again, and that 3 of his murderers weren't convicted
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United African Diaspora 22 Apr 18
RIP Stephen Lawrence. Today marks 25 years on since he was murdered in a racially motivated attack in London. An aspiring architect, was murdered simply and solely and unequivocally because he was black.
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Floella Benjamin 23 Apr 18
Sorry to have missed the 25th anniversary service of the death of the iconic he may be gone, but never forgotten. His death has changed the world. His parents have fought hard despite much adversity to ensure that has happened ❤️❤️
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Nigel Howard Oct 14
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