All Stephen Lawrence articles
On the 30th anniversary of Stephen Lawrence’s murder, award-winning Christian artist Guvna B asks: how much progress has society and the Church made when it comes to racial justice?
I was nine years old when Stephen Lawrence was murdered, 30 years ago this April. It was the early 90s, and far-right extremist groups were making a resurgence in many parts of south-east London, including Eltham, where I lived, and where Stephen was killed. As a West ...
The racist killing of Stephen Lawrence 30 years ago led to the mainstream adoption of Racial Justice Sunday. The annual event, which is due to take place next week, serves as a reminder of the importance of respect, dignity, equity and justice in Church and wider society, says Richard Reddie
Speaking up about racism is hard, the least we can do for Harry, Meghan and Ngozi Fulani is believe them
After watching the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Netflix documentary and reading newspaper reports of Ngozi Fulani’s experience at Buckingham Palace, Chine McDonald challenges Christians not to turn away in discomfort from the racism that still exists in our society