Stephen Lawrence Day #SLDay21 #ALegacyForChange #ChallengeAccepted

Baroness Doreen Lawrence of Clarendon, OBE said:

“We want to inspire children to dream freely without barriers”

In commemoration of Stephen Lawrence’s life. Stephen Lawrence Day is celebrated every year on 22 April.

2021, in particular, it is a chance to show the small changes we can all do make a difference. At NIROMP we will share in both commemoration and a celebration of Stephen’s life.

We will continue to promote anti-racism and our call for a better life for all through the ending of inequality, inequity, systemic racism and injustice.

Community matters Now More Than Ever

Stephen Lawrence Day is about the part we can all play in creating a better society; we want a society that treats everyone with fairness and respect, a society in which everyone can flourish.

Getting involved in Stephen Lawrence Day is a chance to be part of a national conversation and show your commitment to creating a fairer society in which everyone has the opportunity to live their best life.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

#ChallengeAccepted Do something simple to help others and pass it on! We are setting three different kinds of challenges: do good (a simple act of kindness to help others in your community); get creative (express what living your best life looks like for you through your chosen artform); or share the learning (find out about Stephen’s story and share it). Choose the challenge that suits you, or, if you’re feeling super ambitious choose all three!

WEBINAR EVENTs

A MESSAGE TO MY YOUNGER SELF webinar and panel event by Stephen Lawrence Day Foundation. This is a webinar with a panel that will be sharing their lived experience as well as allowing the audience to submit questions for the panel to answer. More information and how to register: HERE

Michael Mansfield QC on the Stephen Lawrence affair. A unique opportunity to hear from one of Britain’s most prominent lawyers speaking candidly about the Stephen Lawrence affair, leading ultimately to a devastating finding in the Macpherson report that the Metropolitan Police were institutionally racist, a change of the law of double jeopardy, and the date of 22 April being recognised as Stephen Lawrence day. Register for the event: HERE

‘A Legal Of Change – Delivering Justice’ this webinar will involve an insightful discussion about the experience of delivering justice through the criminal justice systems since the case of Stephen Lawrence and the Macpherson Inquiry Report and what this has meant since in terms of A Legacy of Change.

Share on Social media – make some noise


Make some noise – Help us reach as many people as possible with our positive message about Stephen Lawrence Day by telling the world what a difference Stephen’s story has made to you. Take a photo of yourself holding one of our #alegacyofchange cards and share on your social media accounts.

Help spread our positive message to your community – Help us reach as many people as possible with our positive message about Stephen Lawrence Day and the difference we can all make by following us and re-sharing our content:

We are proud to launch The Stephen Lawrence Day Foundation, the official home of Stephen’s legacy.
Follow The Stephen Lawrence Day Foundation to see how they continue their fight against systemic racism and visit their website to find out more.

#StephenLawrenceDay #SLDay21 #ALegacyOfChange #ChallengeAccepted

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