How a Racist Killing Changed U.K. Law

It’s been dubbed “the murder that changed a nation”. In 1993, Stephen Lawrence, a Black British teenager, became the victim of an unprovoked racist attack. The subsequent legal battle, which spanned more than 20 years, uncovered a legacy of institutional racism within the Metropolitan Police, leaving a lasting mark on the British conscience.

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