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IN PICTURES: Rev Al Sharpton’s UK visit

Rev Sharpton in full flow at Friends House last Thursday

Almost 2,000 people came to hear the civil rights leader

OBV's Simon Woolley welcomes Rev Sharpton to the stage

Lee Jasper

The preacher spells out the importance of Dr King's legacy

Simon Woolley and his hero, Dr King

Poet Faith Jegede

Southwark MP Simon Hughes

Karen Chouhan of Equanomics and The 1990 Trust

Viv Ahmun from Equanomics

The evening's host, playwright Kwame Kwei Armah

Rev Sharpton arrives at Archbishop Tenison school assembly in Oval

In the Commons for an event to mark 50 OBV magistrate shadowees being appointed to the bench

Rev Sharpton, David Lammy MP and Simon Woolley meet International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander to talk about Haiti

Rev Sharpton gives his first-hand knowledge of the disaster in Haiti

Rev Sharpton meets evangelical church leaders at The Voice newspaper offices

Doreen Lawrence welcomes Rev Sharpton to the Stephen Lawrence Centre

During a tour of the Stephen Lawrence Centre

Remembering Stephen Lawrence

The Voice newspaper this week

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Photographs by Andrew Hazard
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2 Responses

  1. I was aghast that OBV would have a representative of a party that doesn’t have a single black Member of Parliament on their list of speakers at a rally calling for black people to use their vote in the upcoming General Election

  2. OBV tried hard to get top level speakers from each party for this event, which proved difficult. I was certainly expecting a Labour speaker to turn up.

    As for the Lib Dems, Carole are you suggesting a boycott of their speakers because of the current make-up of their Commons team, or do you believe they should be encouraged and supported on their journey to improve – a process that is certainly going on right now?

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