We have all seen a huge explosion around the debate on structural racism in recent weeks.
But that has been accompanied by corporate statements that many activists say are meaningless and will lead to little change.
How true is that? How can the movement against racism deliver long-lasting change instead?
Evadney Campbell: Managing director and co-founder of Shiloh PR. A former BBC broadcast journalist, she was awarded an MBE in 1994 for her services to the African and Caribbean communities in Gloucester.
Sunder Katwala: Director of British Future, a think-tank on identity and integration
Sayeeda Warsi: Member of the House of Lords, pro-vice chancellor at Bolton University and author of ‘The Enemy Within: A Tale of Muslim Britain’.
Chair, Henry Bonsu: Broadcaster who has worked on some of the UK's biggest current affairs shows, including BBC Radio 4's Today. He is a regular pundit on Channel 5's Jeremy Vine Show, BBC News Briefing and MSNBC's Joy Reid Show.