Campaigners who fought racism on Bristol's buses 50 years ago say that despite progress, there's still prejudice in the city. Mayor George Ferguson helped launch a series of events marking the anniversary of the bus boycott, and admitted equal rights for all has yet to be achieved.
Events begin today to mark the 50th anniversary of the Bristol bus boycott.
The boycott was called when Bristol Bus Company refused to employ black drivers and conductors. It lasted four months until the bus company eventually relented.
A woman has spoken about the racist abuse she and her young family faced when they first moved to Bristol. She's one of many who was then helped by a charity set up for those who suffer hate crime. Her voice has been disguised to protect her identity.
SARI is now in the running for a national award for its work, as Tanya Mercer reports.
Following the announcement that Paolo Di Canio will continue his contract with Swindon Town through to 2015, the manager has commented on allegations that he made racist remarks to former loan player Jonathan Tehoue.