Hundreds join socially-distanced events in Derbyshire for United Nations’ Anti-Racism Day
More than 200 people took part in socially-distanced events across Derbyshire for United Nations’ Anti-Racism Day.
The events were held in Chesterfield, Matlock, Glossop, New Mills and Derby on Saturday.
Jeannie Robinson, from Chesterfield Stand up to Racism, said: “Some people took the knee while others had their photographs taken show solidarity with the struggle against racism.
“Banners from numerous trade unions were displayed.”
Town halls across the country – including in Derby, Sheffield and Nottingham – were lit up to mark the day.