The sharp edge of Stephen's city

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1999 Number 12

The sharp edge of Stephen's city
Nick Jeffrey, pages -

Abstract

Following the murder of Stephen Lawrence six years ago at a bus stop in South East London, his family’s long campaign for justice has been a milestone in the battle against racism in Britain. Nick Jeffrey, who taught school and coached football in the area over the period of the campaign, reports from the band of estates in South East London where racism is still a large part of youth culture.

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Nick Jeffrey (1999) The sharp edge of Stephen's city, Soundings, 1999(12), -

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