Stuart Lawrence: ‘I’ve tried to have hope in my heart since Stephen’s murder’
From that moment, everything changed. The 1993 murder of London teenager Stephen Lawrence shook the UK. His legacy became a turning point in British culture, resulting in the transformation of Scotland Yard, the Education system and even legislation to promote a more inclusive society. Thirty years on, Sirin Kale meets with his brother Stuart Lawrence ahead of the release of his book, aimed to help young people navigate life based on insights from his 15-year career as a teacher and reflections on his brother's life and death.
From The Guardian