Help with Tackling Alternative Sub-culture Hate Crimes
The Sophie Lancaster Foundation is asking anyone aged 16 or over to share their experiences “in regard to any abuse, harassment or violence you have experienced – particularly if you belong to an alternative sub-culture and you know that was why you were targeted or feel that was the case.
As the curtains were raised on the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 on July 6, social media were flooded with pictures of a packed stadium at Old Trafford with ecstatic fans rooting for the home team. Lionesses, as they are called, went on to beat Austria 1-0 in front of a crowd of 68,871, a record for the UEFA Women’s Euro.
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What Does Pride Mean to You? – by Stop Hate UK Team
To start off this year’s Pride Month, Stop Hate UK’s team members share what ‘Pride’ means to them in this collection of personal experiences, reflections on how far we have come as a society, how far we have left to go and a hope for an equal, inclusive and Hate-free society.
It has been two years since the murder of George Floyd by a policeman who kneeled on his neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds, suffocating him to death.
The policeman, Derek Chauvin, has been sentenced to 22.5 years in prison after pleading guilty. But did Chauvin’s conviction lead to deeper scrutiny into police brutality and bring change to systemic racism in America and the rest of the world?
As a South Asian Muslim woman, I have countless incidents of hate and discrimination that I have faced in my life. I grew up in Hong Kong and moved to the UK in 2016. Hate and discrimination in all forms exists everywhere, because I have experienced it everywhere I have been.