" Following unrest on the Falkner Housing Estate in Liverpool. This Week investigates incidents of racially motivated violence and tension between communities. Interviews with local residents contain strong language as they relate encounters with skin heads, police discrimination and social deptrivation. The events can be seen as a prelude to not only the Toxteth, but, Brixton and Handsworth Riots which took place nearly a decade later."
It well worth a watch and then ask yourself one question what has changed?
Is it the same or better?
Are attitudes the same or better?
Has the language become more sophisticated?
Do we have real diversity or is there still work to do?
Does and is poverty still playing a role in discrimination?
Has Britain ever really embraced diversity?
Does the current political climate on immigration help issues being highlighted in this film?
Here's the link and you decide: Liverpool 8 A Report by Johnathon Dimbleby "This Week 1972.