The family of Trayvon Martin, the young black teenager killed by a neighbourhood watch guard in Florida in February, have arrived in the UK to thank the British public for their support.
The first person they went to meet was Doreen Lawrence, whose son Stephen was murdered by a racist gang in South London in 1993.
The police's failure to investigate his death properly led to an inquiry that described the Met as institutionally racist.
Trayvon Martin's parents have been meeting with members of the black community here in the UK.
Doreen Lawrence and Sybrina Fulton met today to visit the memorial of murdered Stephen Lawrence and discuss justice for their sons
The mothers of Stephen Lawrence and Trayvon Martin will meet tomorrow, both still reeling from the pain of losing their sons.