STEPHEN LAWRENCE DAY

A Legacy for Change

Thursday 22nd April 2021
1pm – 2pm

On what will be the 28th anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence in a racially motivated attack whilst waiting for a bus in Eltham, this event will explore the lasting legacy of his death. Marking Stephen Lawrence Day is even more important at a time where we are still in the midst of the Covid 19 pandemic which has had a disproportionate impact on BAME communities, and the ongoing impact of Black Lives Matter.

We are delighted that we have a range of speakers from the community, cultural, policing and charity sectors.

(Programme) GUESTS SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

MICHELLE BRAMBLE

CHAIR
NORTH KENT CARIBBEAN NETWORK

GURVINDER SANDHER

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
COHESION PLUS

SUNDER KATWALA

DIRECTOR
BRITISH FUTURE

TIM SMITH

DEPUTY CHIEF CONSTABLE
KENT POLICE

ERROL FRANCIS

ARTIST DIRECTOR
CULTURE &

MATTHEW DUNKLEY CBE

CORPORATE DIRECTOR
KENT COUNTY COUNCIL

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