Hate Crime Awareness | Act of Remembrance and Renewal at St Paul’s Cathedral 13 October

Vigil on Saturday 13th October at 6.30pm to remember people who have died as a result of hate crime at St Paul’s Cathedral.

Hate Crime Awareness Week launches on Saturday 13th October with a vigil and lighting of candles at St Paul’s Cathedral, EC4M 8AD at 6.30pm.  Everyone is welcome.  Download the details here.

17-24-30 is part of the London Peace Network and was started up in order to raise awareness about all forms of hate crime.  Each year events are organised to remember all victims of hate crime, including those who died and suffered as a result of the nail bomb attacks in three parts of London in 1999.  Asian, gay and Black people were targeted in the attacks on Brick Lane, Soho and Brixton.  Three people died and many more were injured.

Contact Mark Sealey and 17-24-30 at info@17-24-30.org if you’d like any further information.

You may also be interested in Nothing Holy About Hatred which is encouraging people from all religious traditions to sign this pledge,

“I believe there’s Nothing Holy About Hatred. I am against homophobia, and the bullying, violence and damage it causes have no place in my community.”


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