Travelling Forward Against Hate Crime, raising awareness of prejudice against Gypsies and Travellers was originally made about ten years ago. To go with the exhibition during Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020, we are presenting a shorter version of the video:
Local charity Reach Learning Disability have done a video for Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020 too:
Karen Aspley of Nottingham Mencap has made a short video discussing experiences of hate incidents with Tyrone, a learning disabled man:
Karen also has two other good videos on her YouTube channel, Smile, an adaption of the theme from Ghostbusters..
.. and Sticks and Stones, a recording of a performance about hate crime against people with learning disabilities from 2019:
The National Holocaust Centre and Museum commissioned Edek, a music video using the story of Holocaust survivor Janine Webber. There's much more about this internationally prize-winning film at its website, Edek.film:
For January 2020, the Centre worked with the Guardian and leading football figures to create a two minute video that was shown at fourth-round FA Cup matches that were held on the weekend of Holocaust Memorial Day. Featuring Harry Kane, the England men's captain, Steph Houghton, the England women's captain, Frank Lampard and Jürgen Klopp, the managers of Chelsea and Liverpool manager, and the Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker alongside two dozen others, the video calls on everyone to stand up against all forms of hate crime:
For Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020, Nottingham Mencap worked with Whitefoot Photography and Nottingham City Council to produce another good video on experience of disability hate crime: