King's Lynn hospital boss makes anti-racism vow
The boss of Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital has vowed to make the organisation a “place of safety” against racism and intolerance.
The pledge has been made by chief executive Caroline Shaw in a blog post today, where she also urged staff to share their ideas for anti-racism initiatives.
The move followed further demonstrations in support of the Black Lives Matter movement in recent days, including an event in Lynn on Saturday afternoon.
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