An art installation highlighting hate crime will be unveiled at Hull Minster today.
The Electric Fence is part of City of Culture's Creative Communities Programme.
It is inspired by the everyday experience of people facing hate crime around the world.
It opens, intentionally, on American Independence Day in the building in which William Wilberforce was baptised.
The Electric Fence will be open to the public from July 4 until September 30 at Hull Minster. Entry is free.