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Around 400 people turned out to support a Black Lives Matter protest in Bristol's Eastville Park today.
Crowds watched in socially distanced groups as speakers talked about the importance of black history being taught in schools and more funding needed for black cultural events like St Pauls Carnival.
Last month, around 10,000 turned out for the Black Lives Matter protest in Bristol City Centre.
But despite the smaller crowds, organisers like Yvonne Mania say we must keep the conversations about race going.
"It's not something we can leave to get drowned out. I feel we've made small progresses mostly in the name being changed of Colston school. I definitely want to push for other than the names to maybe change how they're taught in school."
Organisations such as Interculture are also trying to encourage people to educate themselves on racial experiences other than their own by asking questions in a safe space.