SOPHIE Lancaster was murdered by two feral thugs simply because she dressed as a goth and looked different.
Her violent death at the tender age of 20 in the little Lancashire town of Bacup showed intolerance at its worst.
Today we report in the Examiner how a Huddersfield man’s creative agency is heading a campaign to stamp out prejudice and hatred.
Julian Kynaston, who runs the Propaganda agency, knows he has a tough job on his hands. But it is a battle that must be won if we are to call our society civilised.
We are all human beings at the end of the day – no more, no less.
How one chooses to dress or a skin colour or religion should not make a blind bit of difference to anybody.
Just accept that everyone has the right to be different as long as they don’t harm anyone else.