A campaign showing support for people affected by the increase in racist and xenophobic abuse since the EU referendum result is underway, with events taking place outside train stations across London.
The "unity events" were organised by London Citizens, a community organising alliance, which said the aim was to show solidarity with communities.
Many London Citizens members have faced abuse personally. They will spread the message "Love London. No place for Hate".
Esmat Jeraj, a member of South London Citizens, who was racially abused earlier this week, said: "We're not here to be labelled as victims. We're equal stakeholders of this rich and multicultural city, and are very concerned with the rise of bigotry and intolerance. Through this event we will take back control of our city and show the values that we all stand for; those of respect and equality."
Canon Dr Angus Ritchie, of London Citizens, said: "London has a strong tradition of welcoming people from all backgrounds which we continue to champion. As London Citizens we are clear that there is no justification for hate crime, and our members wish to show that love will always trump hate."