Nicola Harvey

Many of us are using lockdown to reflect on our personal values and take a meaningful look at the structure of the society we live in.

Sparked by the treatment and injustice towards George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and many other black people in the UK, US and across the world, this is a time when people are saying enough is enough and are campaigning for much needed change.

With a collective message that Black Lives Matter the recent uprising of civil protests for racial equality does not exclude other races, but highlights the disproportionate socio-economic inequalities and unconscious bias towards black people.

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