IN CELEBRATION OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH!
Baroness Doreen Lawrence
Baroness Lawrence started her campaigning work in 1993, when her son Stephen was killed in a racist attack. Lawrence and her husband fought hard for justice for their son and bought attention to problems of racism in the London police force. Now sitting in the House of Lords, the Baroness has continued her work for racial equality, working with charities and the government to make change. This year she’s looking at how the coronavirus has affected Black, Asian, and other minority ethnic communities in the UK.