Being anti-racist is not the same as simply not being racist. It is not enough as a diocese not to be racist; instead we must actively counter, disrupt and oppose racial injustice. This isn’t an easy task; it takes introspection as well as continued intentional action and is not a static description of ourselves.
A toolkit has been produced by from the Media and Communications team at the Met Police for this thought-provoking campaign. You can download the toolkit, which contains links to videos, posters and other campaign material which you can order. They are trying to reach all communities with this campaign, to encourage them to share information with the police – what may be inconsequential to one person, could save another’s life.